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Seabourn unveiled its 2025 sailing season with itineraries to Alaska during peak summer season, and to Canada and New England to see historical port cities and vibrant fall foliage. The award-winning, ultra-luxury Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Sojourn will take guests on 24 unique sailings to hidden harbors, marquee ports, and stunning natural wonders between May and November 2025.

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Viewing wildlife on a Seabourn Alaska excursion.

Seabourn Quest will sail to the “Great Land” of Alaska, where passengers can retreat into nature while enjoying a blend of up-close adventures and luxury amenities. The ship’s small size allows a closer look at the state’s vast wilderness and abundant wildlife, while optional Ventures by Seabourn get even closer, allowing clients to cruise via Zodiac in Hubbard Glacier, kayak through the Inian Islands or watch for bears in Anan Creek, all with an expedition team of naturalists, marine biologists, wildlife researchers and photographers.

Featured ports in Alaska include the Inian Islands, gatekeepers of the northern entrance to the Inside Passage; Rudyerd Bay and the Misty Fjords, where near-vertical cliffs create stunning waterfalls and rock formations; and Wrangell, set in the heart of the Tongass National Forest.

Seabourn Sets Sail for New England and Canada in 2025

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Fall foliage in Montreal.

On the other side of the continent, Seabourn Sojourn will explore colonial New England and Canada with a series of 12-day voyages between Montreal and New York City from September to November, 2025. During these early- to mid-autumn months, the famed fall foliage transforms the Northeast Coast into an explosion of color, from bright yellow, orange and red to vibrant purple and brown.

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Seabourn Sojourn will offer a new overnight stay in Quebec City.

In addition to the cities of New York and Boston, the Sojourn will dock in Quebec City, birthplace of French Canada and a UNESCO world heritage site; Baie-Comeau, Quebec, a quaint town on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River; and Shelburne, Nova Scotia, loved for its historic waterfront and spectacular beaches.

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