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Seabourn Pursuit, the second purpose-built luxury expedition vessel in the Seabourn fleet, is nearing its Summer 2023 launch date, and expectations are as high as the elevated ambiance the brand is known for. With interiors designed by Tihany Design atelier, there’s no doubt your most discerning clients will feel right at home—which is precisely what the Seabourn wants for them.

“Tihany Design’s latest undertaking for Seabourn is among its most thoughtfully conceived and executed, creating an ultra-luxury atmosphere that pairs well with the expedition feel guests experience throughout Seabourn Pursuit,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn, in a press statement. “Guests will certainly recognize their Seabourn ‘home away from home’ while being surrounded by elements that bring a spirit of adventure and discovery as they visit some of the most beautiful and remote locations of the world.”

Seabourn Pursuit Suites: It’s All in the Details

Seabourn Pursuit’s 132 oceanfront suites span 12 categories, and every one of them has a private, ocean-view veranda. Living areas, queen or two twin beds, walk-in closets, interactive TVs, full-stocked bars and refrigerators, makeup vanity, writing desk with personalized stationery… These are suites in the truest sense of the word. Oh, and did we mention the marble bathrooms have a full tub and separate shower?

And that’s just the tip of the amenity iceberg: think a built-in heated jacket wardrobe to dry off and heat up their complimentary PolarShield Parkas or just warm up a coat on a cold morning, custom-built mattresses and custom blankets, pillow preferences, Swarovksi Optik binoculars, heated flooring… you get the idea. All in all, no creature comfort has been left unmet.

Wintergarden Suite Living Room.

Suite categories range from the 35-sq-ft Veranda Suites (there are four categories of Veranda Suites) all the way to the 635-sq-ft Penthouse Spa Suite with added in-suite spa amenities and the two-level, 1,399-sq-ft Grand Wintergarden Suites on decks 7 and 8. These are basically two suites combined into one, with a sculptured staircase that leads to the upper-level master bedroom with its wall of closets, roll-up LG OLED TV and five-piece bathroom with a whirlpool spa tub. This suite also comes with a Swarovski ATX Interior spotting scope for the best wildlife viewing. These lofty categories also include the “regular” Wintergarden Suites (only one bedroom), the Owner’s Suites and the 1,377-sq-ft Signature Suites at the vessel’s stern. All suites come with a Personal Suite Host and Suite Attendant who will welcome your clients with Champagne and canapes and ensure their every need is met.

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