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Mountaineer Sir Edmund Hilary said he climbed Everest “because it is there.” Seabourn Quest Captain Geir-Arne Thue-Nilsen seems to live by the same motto but with a bike. Last time, we saw him atop Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro. Earlier this month, he went to the top of Mt. Vesuvius outside Naples, Italy. And this time he brought guests Mr. Richard and Mrs. Martha Jean Nitzberg with him! ... read more

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Last August, Frank Barrett, the travel editor of UK’s Daily Mail, set sail on a 10-day Mediterranean voyage aboard Seabourn Quest, and his report about his cruise was just published in the paper. In his article, he talks about both the onboard experience, as well as some of the ports he visited. To sum up his experience, Barrett wrote: ... read more

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We love to see photos of more than one of our Seabourn ships together in a port. The most recent sighting took place last week when Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Spirit were spotted together in Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy. Thanks to Juvy Thue-Nilsen for this great shot of the ships! ... read more

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Spanning the border between Argentina and Brazil is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world: the incredible Iguazú Falls. The horseshoe-shaped falls consists of 275 different drops and cascades. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre and definitely an awesome sight to see! ... read more

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Seabourn’s Antarctic Consultant Victoria Wheatley reported from the Southern Ocean that on Seabourn Quest’s last day in Antarctica, a quite extraordinary event happened. The ship was at anchor in Neko Harbour, and most guests were off on a zodiac cruises in the bay. ... read more

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