The three 458-guest Odyssey-class ships will mean that the cruise line have the youngest and most modern ultra-luxury fleet in the industry, with no ship more than 8 years old.
Designed by hospitality design icon, Adam D. Tihany, the 40,350-tonne ship will feature modern design elements and innovations in keeping with Seabourn’s reputation for understated elegance.
The ship will expand and build on Seabourn’s award-winning and highly acclaimed Odyssey-class ships, which revolutionised ultra-luxury cruising with enhanced accommodations and innovative amenities when they were introduced between 2009 and 2011.
Seabourn Ovation will depart from Venice on 5th May 2018 on her inaugural 11-night Mediterranean sailing before offering a series of Northern Europe cruises throughout the summer, some visiting UK ports such as Dover, Liverpool, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Belfast; for Winter 2018 and 2019, the ship will travel to Asia via Arabia.
Guests can enjoy captivating experiences of local culture, history, beauty, hospitality and relaxation with the fully-escorted journeys that have been created to showcase the very best of the destination.
-Splendours of Peru: Lima, Cuzco & Machu Picchu (8 day pre-cruise/7-day post-cruise)
-Cambodia: Phnom Penh & Temples of Angkor (6 days)
-India’s Golden Triangle: The Taj Mahal & Jaipur (6 days)
–Sydney, The Red Centre & Great Barrier Reef (8-day pre-cruise/7-day post-cruise)
-Myanmar: Yangon, Bagan’s Temples & Inie Lake (8 day pre-cruise/7-day post-cruise)
-South Africa: Cape Town & Kruger Park Safari Lodge (7 day pre-cruise/6-day post-cruise)
-UNESCO South America: Rio, Iguazú Falls & Buenos Aires (6 days)
-UNESCO Treasures of China: Beijing, Xi’An & Hong Kong (6 days)
-The Denali Experience (5 days)
-South Pole Quest (13 days)
Exclusive: First Glimpse At Seabourn’s New Ship!Seabourn Encore was christened last Saturday and is due to be the luxury line’s largest ever ship. The line have just revealed the exclusive first glimpse…