Spin the globe and stop it with your finger – chances are The Yachts of Seabourn go where it lands in 2010-2011. It’s the most extensive and diverse year yet. Cruises now can be viewed at www.seabourn.com. A cruise catalogue will be published in April.
With the addition of Seabourn Odyssey in June 2009 and Seabourn Sojourn in June 2010, Seabourn can explore more far-flung ports of call, such as Palopo on Sulawesi; Zanzibar; and Madagascar.
In 2010-2011, Seabourn will operate year-round in Asia – a first. New Asian ports include Dalian, China; Busan and Inchon, Korea; Nagasaki and Kagoshima, Japan; and numerous Indonesian destinations, including Bali, Borneo, Komodo Island and the Karimoenjawa archipelago.
Seabourn will call at 44 destinations that are either brand new for the cruise line or where they have not called for years. These include: Jeju Island, Yeosu and Mokpo, South Korea; Djupivogur, Iceland; Doha, Qatar; Kuching, Malaysia; Fremantle, Australia; Mayotte, Comoros; Sir Bani Yas, UAE; Manama, Bahrain; Mangalore, India; Muara Port, Brunei; Port Stanley, Falkland Islands; Sibenik, Croatia; Sihanoukville, Cambodia and Szczencin, Poland.
Seabourn will return to Indonesia for the first time in years as Seabourn Spirit offers Gems of the Java Sea with stops in Singapore, Kuching, and Kota Kinabalu , Java, Bali & the Barrier Reef, from Singapore to Darwin, and a Spice Islands Holiday round trip from Singapore. Seabourn Pride’s China Journey operates between the People’s Republic and Taiwan for the first time.. Other new Seabourn itineraries include China/Korea/Japan Journey from Xingang (Beijing) to Kobe; Indian Ocean Edens from Dubai to Mahe, Seychelles; and Pearls of Arabia round trip from Dubai.
A newly-expanded destination services department offers guests land-based activities, including escorted Seabourn Journeys extensions to Bhutan, Kyoto and Tokyo, an African safari in Kenya, a four-night Florence and Venice Journey, and a five-night Laos and Cambodia Journey.