Seabourn on Social Media Sites

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Among the many activities that are ramping up during The Yachts of Seabourn’s launch of Seabourn Odyssey is the company’s presence on social media websites. The Seabourn Odyssey blog, located at http://blog.seabourn.com, has attracted a healthy following, and after a recent enhancement, the company’s main website at www.seabourn.com continues to garner heavy traffic. But the introduction of the industry’s first new luxury cruising vessel in over six years --  and Seabourn’s first newly built yacht in more than 15 years -- has been the occasion for Seabourn to mount a concerted foray into the interactive social media universe. Seabourn’s company Facebook fan page is already on line. Tweets from Venice Seabourn president & CEO Pamela Conover will begin tweeting from Italy before, during and after the delivery of Seabourn Odyssey from the T. Mariotti shipyard in Genoa. Her messages will continue during a pre-operational positioning voyage and a two-day inaugural sailing round trip from Venice for travel agency partners, and through the elaborate sunset naming ceremony at Venice and the Maiden Voyage to Istanbul. Later, as the process proceeds, links to video clips on YouTube and photos on Facebook will likewise be accessible to followers. Join the Conversation Those interested can search any of the media sites for The Yachts of Seabourn, or proceed directly to Seabourn pages on Twitter and Facebook from these links: Twitter: http://twitter.com/SeabournCruise Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Yachts-of-Seabourn/93116185063 or links on the Seabourn website at www.seabourn.com .

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yachts... [...] Among the many activities that are ramping up during The Yachts of Seabourn's launch of Seabourn Odyssey is the company's presence on social media websites. The Seabourn Odyssey blog, located at http://blog.seabourn.com, has attracted a ... [....

Best blog and we are waiting for the day of launch! Can you send us photos from that to put in your blog making reference to that? Best regards from Portugal shipspotters.

Way to go Seabourn! I'm excited about the Odyssey and seeing the way you are jumping into social media with both feet.

Nice way to Seabourn, best of luck to you guys and I am also quite curious to see the future of this jump, best of luck

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