Seabourn is working with the government of Greece to develop plans to restart Seabourn operations in the Mediterranean with a series of sailings operating round-trip out of Athens beginning July 3rd.
A number of cruise lines owned by Carnival Corporation, including Seabourn and Holland America Line, have revealed a new wave of cancellations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The cruise operator will cancel a series of 2021 voyages for two ships in its fleet as part of a broader redeployment in preparation for an eventual return to service.
Seabourn has called it quits on the 2020 cruise season, confirming that its three ships will not now return until early next year. The announcement applies to Odyssey, Ovation and Encore.
The line is making it easier for prospective charter, incentive, meeting and group travel clients to understand why a ship may be the perfect choice for their next gathering.
P&O Cruises and Seabourn have both extended the suspension of operations into 2021 for a number of vessels. Costa Cruises will, however, return in September.
Richard Meadows will be retiring from the role of president with Carnival Corporation-owned Seabourn at the end of May. The move brings down the curtain on a 35-year career with Carnival.
Seabourn will extend a pause in its global operations to include departures through to the end of June. The brand had previously announced its five ships would not sail before May 14th, effectively cancelling all voyages scheduled to operate before then.
Seabourn is preparing to take travellers into the depths of the ocean for the first time. The line has revealed the design and details for its custom submarines that will operate excursions for an additional charge from its two upcoming expedition ships.
Seabourn has contracted hospitality designer Adam Tihany to create the indoor and outdoor guest areas of its two new purpose-built expedition ships.
The ship is scheduled to launch in June 2021, with a second yet-to-be-named sister ship slated to launch in May the following year.