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COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen up, and Seabourn is there for it, making it easier for you to plan amazing voyages for your clients and for them to travel the world. Effective immediately, guests will not be required to test prior to embarkation and won’t need to provide proof of vaccination status, regardless of their vaccination status.

Note: Guests will still have to abide by the specific requirements of certain regions and countries that still require testing and proof of vaccination. Seabourn makes it easy for you and your guests to know the exact requirements by entering their booking number on the company website. There they will receive additional information based on the ports; your clients can still submit their documents electronically or use the VeriFLY app for faster check-in.

“Since we restarted service more than a year ago, we’ve demonstrated that we can operate and travel safely, and we’re happy to update our health protocols to make it easier and more comfortable for our guests to travel and explore the world as they sail with us,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, in a press statement. “We look forward to welcoming our guests on board our ultra-luxury ships and delivering special and unforgettable ‘Seabourn Moments’.”

New and Noteworthy for Seabourn

This year, the cruise line took delivery of its first purpose-built expedition ship, Seabourn Venture. The new vessel will be joined by a sister ship, Seabourn Pursuit, in 2023. Both are PC6 Polar Class ships specifically designed to meet the demands of the ultra-luxury expedition traveler. They will each have 132 ocean-front suites with verandas, two custom-built submarines onboard, a collection of double sea kayaks, plus 24 Zodiacs that can accommodate all onboard guests at once.

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