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[caption id="attachment_967" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Odyssey Transiting the Panama Canal"]Odyssey Transiting the Panama Canal[/caption] On the morning of January 10th, Seabourn Odyssey started her maiden transit of the Panama Canal on her way from Cartagena, Colombia, to Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica as part of her inaugural World Cruise. ... read more

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[caption id="attachment_963" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Odyssey World Cruise Guest"]Odyssey World Cruise Guest[/caption] After spending the fall sailing in the Caribbean, Seabourn Odyssey said goodbye to Fort Lauderdale and set sail on Seabourn’s first world cruise, a 108-day voyage that departed Jan. 5, 2010, from Port Everglades.  Guests who will be making the whole round-the-world cruise enjoyed a complimentary gala pre-cruise overnight at the Ritz Carlton Fort Lauderdale on January 4th, with a festive cocktail reception enlivened by various “ports of call” featuring food and drinks inspired by the places the guests will visit during their voyage. ... read more

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Seabourn Destination Master Peter Cox gives some insight below on why a cruise to China should be in your future... Although China has this incredible and ancient civilization that flourished when the Greeks and Romans enjoyed theirs, and there certainly remain many sites that represent this rich heritage all over China, a coastal cruise - with the exception of the pre/post Beijing stay - will hardly bring guests near those sites that filled the Beijing Olympics media travelogues. Yet, it is China’s coast that gave birth to and nourished this awakening giant, which came out of the post-Mao dark ages only a few decades ago. ... read more

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[caption id="attachment_907" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Seabourn Odyssey at Port Everglades"]Seabourn Odyssey at Port Everglades[/caption] Seabourn Odyssey has made it to the USA!  It was a beautiful morning in South Florida as the new luxury ship breezed into Port Everglades at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on the morning of November 10, carrying more than 400 guests who sailed in her maiden transatlantic cruise. ... read more

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Today, Seabourn announced that it will not operate a planned five-month, 15-cruise series of voyages in the Indian Ocean aboard Seabourn Legend in late 2010 and early 2011. The vessel will instead be positioned back to the Americas at the end of its Mediterranean season to cruise in the Caribbean for the winter. ... read more

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