New “Seabourn Conversations” Offer Insights, Entertainment

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Seabourn Conversations

Award-Winning Line Further Enhances Its Onboard Enrichment, Entertainment Seabourn has launched “Seabourn Conversations,” a new concept for onboard enrichment and special guest entertainment aboard its award-winning fleet of six all-suite ships. The program will include a stellar lineup of celebrities and guest experts, augmenting Seabourn’s already diverse entertainment. “Conversation has always been central to the Seabourn experience,” noted Richard Meadows, Seabourn’s president. “Our guests are interesting people with interesting life stories, and they really enjoy chatting in the relaxed camaraderie made possible by our small ships,” he continued. “We recruit explorers, heralded chefs, authors and scholars, celebrated performers and renowned experts from every arena of the arts, sciences, politics and the humanities with particular talents or expertise. On board they will lecture or perform, and take part in Q&A interviews, but on Seabourn they also enliven the social scene – and join the conversation.” On Seabourn’s intimate ships, these luminaries share the journey. They each provide skilled presentations of their expertise for guests to enjoy. But just as importantly, they may share meals, adventures ashore and casual chats with the other guests throughout the voyage. Seabourn Conversations topics can be broken down into categories. “Culinary Conversations,” for instance, will include chefs such as Michelle Bernstein and Robert Irvine, winemakers or master sommeliers like Catherine Fallis, restaurant critics or experts in gastronomy. “Arts Conversations” will include topics such as theater, dance, film, literature, music or the plastic arts, and personalities such as stage and screen actress Penelope Ann Miller, singer/composer Patti Austin or satirical author Christopher Buckley. Explorers such as Dr. Lawrence Blair or mountaineer Paul Deegan, as well as historians, anthropologists and geographers will participate in “Culture & Destination Conversations,” while diplomacy, international relations, politics and economic affairs will be categorized as “Current Affairs & History Conversations,” and feature guests such as Ambassador Robert Smolik or Captain Peter Martin of the Royal Australian Marines. A list of currently scheduled Seabourn Conversations guests can be viewed here. For more details about the award-winning Seabourn fleet, or to explore the worldwide selection of Seabourn cruising options, contact a professional travel agent, call Seabourn at 1-800-929-9391 or visit www.seabourn.com.

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