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Seabourn Announces New ‘Extended Explorations’ Sailings Showcasing More Of Our Extraordinary Worlds In 2018 & 2019

Seabourn is offering new Extended Explorations voyages aboard Seabourn Sojourn during its fall 2018 and winter/spring 2019 season presenting guests with an opportunity to explore more of our extraordinary world.

Ideal for guests who prefer longer cruises and more exotic destinations, the new Extended Explorations voyages will include a range of unique itineraries ranging from 12 to 128 days in length in exotic locales such as the South Pacific, Hawaii, Australia & New Zealand, as well as Africa & Southeast Asia. Seabourn Sojourn, the guests’ “home away from home,” will visit more than 30 new and notable ports during these voyages.

Extended Explorations offers travelers a variety of ways to uncover new destinations by allowing guests to have an in-depth experience in a specific region or effortlessly move from one region to another. Adding a week, month, or an entire season offers many benefits for guests, including the opportunity for overnight stays in major ports with accommodations on board and ashore.

“All of our itineraries are designed to provide guests with a world-class luxury experience and some travelers prefer a longer, more leisurely cruising schedule with the chance to explore some very interesting parts of the world in-depth,” noted Richard Meadows, president of Seabourn. “These voyages show our ongoing dedication to providing memorable experiences in noteworthy destinations that are rich in culture.”

Guests will also enjoy a wide range of added values and amenities throughout their Extended Explorations, including:

The longest Extended Explorations voyage spans 128 days, from October 15, 2018 to February 21, 2019, departing from Los Angeles to Cape Town, South Africa.

For those who are not able to sail the longer voyages, guests can choose or in some cases combine shorter segments that best fit their schedules and interests, including:

Fall 2018:

Winter/Spring 2019:

Posted by on August 11, 2017.

Categories: Travel Industry News

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