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  • Art Kramer | September 7, 2016 3:00 PM ET

    Seabourn’s Brand New Itineraries for Fall 2017 and Winter 2018

    Seabourn’s Brand New Itineraries for Fall 2017 and Winter 2018

    PHOTO: Seabourn Encore rendering. (photo courtesy of Seabourn)

    Seabourn, a purveyor of small-ship luxury cruises, just revealed its itineraries for fall 2017 and winter 2018 — which offers 36 unique ways to cruise, including a host of places that larger ships cannot reach.

    Encore, the cruise line’s newest vessel, is debuting in Dec. 2016 and will be doing plenty of sailing along with her sister ships during this period. In addition to Europe and the Holy Land, much of Encore’s time will be spent “down under,” with voyages between Sydney, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand, stopping in Bali, Komodo, Java and Singapore.

    Quest is visiting the Canadian Maritimes and New England, then heading south to Antarctica and Patagonia with stops in the Caribbean, and South America — including an excursion into the Amazon itself.

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    Odyssey will become a fixture in the Caribbean, visiting such unique locales as Bridgetown, Barbados, and Philipsburg, St. Maarten. Seabourn’s signature “Uncommon Caribbean” experiences, such as “Caviar in the Surf,” will also be available for passengers.

    After a Hawaii and French Polynesia visit, Sojourn will be passing through the Panama Canal to the Caribbean. After those itineraries are done, she will undertake an epic 152-day “Great Oceans Exploration,” which will include stops in the Atlantic isles, Africa, Singapore, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, followed by a finish in Alaska and Vancouver.


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