Seabourn Cruises

  • Overview

Interested in taking an ultra-luxury holiday onboard the “best small ship” in the world? With intuitive and unrivalled service, fine dining and intriguing destinations to visit, you will not be disappointed by the elegant Seabourn experience.

Founded in 1987, Seabourn sailed on its first voyage from the US with first ship, Seabourn Pride (now Star Pride of Windstar Cruises). This was closely followed by sister ship Seabourn Spirit, which is still in service after a refurbishment in 2007. Along with Spirit, the 5-strong fleet includes Seabourn Odyssey, Sojourn and Quest that hold 450 guests, along with Seabourn Spirit’s sister ship Legend that holds 250 guests.

From the moment you are welcomed onboard, you are treated to complimentary Champagne and an in-suite bar, followed by an open bar and your choice from a selection of fine wines throughout the trip. Also, being on a smaller ship means the crew get to know you properly, from the waiter remembering your favourite cocktail, to the chefs remembering to cook your steak just how you like it.

It may come as a surprise then to learn that tipping is not included in the price of your cruise – the staff are genuinely there to please your every need.

Seabourn suites are famously equipped with the best amenities you could ask for, including a flat screen television and Bose sound system.

Keep a look out for Seabourn’s largest new ship, ready for completion in 2016. You can find Seabourn sailings and holidays from similar cruise lines with our all inclusive cruise deals.

What's included

  • Suite accommodation
  • Stocked suite bar
  • All dining venues
  • Fine wines at lunch and dinner 
  • Open bars throughout the ship
  • Gratuities
  • Evenings under the stars
  • Marina in-sea port
  • Water sports
  • Caviar in the Surf during beach barbecues
  • Massage moments onboard
  • Movies under the stars with fresh popcorn
  • Personal suite stewards
  • Rare estate teas

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Destinations visited by Seabourn Cruises