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If you agree that variety is the spice of life, then dining aboard Seabourn Odyssey will suit you to a T. ... read more

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Guests who have sailed on Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend will notice differences in Seabourn Odyssey right away. Odyssey is, after all, quite a bit bigger than her older sisters. But it’s important to remember what all that extra size is being used for. Odyssey wasn’t designed to be bigger just for the sake of the size. ... read more

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Evening entertainment on Seabourn Odyssey will follow the pattern on board Seabourn’s existing yachts: lots of variety and a range of styles and atmospheres to match any mood. From piano stylings up at the Observation Bar to lively music that will keep dancers in The Club on their feet, guests can choose how they want to spend their evenings, or migrate from one mood to the next.  ... read more

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Guests arriving to embark of Seabourn Odyssey’s maiden voyage are likely to be met in the terminal by colorfully costumed characters from the Italian Commedia dell’Arte, an improvisational performance style of indeterminate age that was formalized in the 16th century. Troupes of about ten characters created improvised performances around loosely sketched plots involving love (requited and unrequited), infidelity, greed, gluttony and other excesses, and often lampooning current scandals or political squabbles familiar to the audience. ... read more

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What would Seabourn be without its renowned cuisine? A sadder, less satisfying place, that’s for sure.  For Seabourn Odyssey, Seabourn’s Director of Culinary and Beverage Operations Tony Egger has been working with Corporate Executive Chef Jochem Lambrechts and Odyssey Executive Chef Graeme Cockburn to get ready for launch… ... read more

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