published

Staff and workers at the T. Mariotti shipyards in Genoa, Italy, heard a new sound today as the Main Engine Number Three on Seabourn Sojourn was started for the first time.  There is a great buzz in the air – and not just because of the sound coming from the engine – and it was a special moment to see the yacht come to life.  (You may recall Chief Engineer Neil Carney on Odyssey compared it to a heartbeat.) ... read more

published

name The latest update from Neil Carney at the Odyssey shipyard.... As we all know Seabourn Odyssey will be named in Venice. But it is a proud moment to actually see her name spelled out on the bow. As you can see from the photo, the starboard bow now has the steel letters of her name spot welded in place. ... read more

published

We just noticed that the Seabourn Odyssey blog has been around for about six months at this point. And we have just over three months left until Seabourn Odyssey makes her (actual) debut at Venice. ... read more

published

Odyssey Chief Engineer Neil Carney files another report from the “fitting out” dock at the T. Mariotti shipyards in Genoa. "With the new year in full swing in the Mariotti shipyard, Seabourn's on-site team now has new members. The Odyssey's Master, Captain Karlo Buer, Staff Chief Engineer Jonny Gojostol, and Safety & Environmental Officer Kreso Volaric have recently arrived. ... read more

published

Check out the latest update from Neil Carney at the Odyssey shipyard.... "The year has started with a touch of white in Genoa. On the first real day back after the new year break, Genoa was hit with a bit of Arctic weather, SNOW, which caused havoc with the local transportation including the airport being closed for most of the day." [caption id="attachment_455" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Genoa Ship Yard"]Genoa Ship Yard[/caption] ... read more

Connect With Us

Want to know more? Follow us on:

Like Us On Facebook

Follow Us On Twitter