Posted by: cruise2 | 25 October, 2007



The Yachts of Seabourn has launched a micro-website dedicated to its new, 32,000-ton, ultra luxury vessel Seabourn Odyssey, currently being built in Italy. The site can be accessed at

Once there, you are invited to view artists’ renderings of the designs for various public rooms, including the ship’s open-seating Restaurant, the expansive Pool Patio area, The Club and opulent Veranda and Penthouse suite accommodations, as well as exterior views of the ship from the bow and from astern, showing the signature Seabourn water sports Marina. You can also access documentary photos taken at the shipyard in Porto Nogaro, Italy, where the construction of the hull is underway.

The complete inaugural year itineraries are available for review, including fares for each voyage in all 13 categories of ocean-view suites, from a 295-square foot Category A Seabourn Suite to the four, unashamedly extravagant Grand Suites incorporating up to 1,182 square feet of indoor space and as many as three private verandas adding another 301 square feet of private space. Depending on voyage and suite category, fares range from US$3,387 to $49,247 per person, double occupancy.

In addition, Seabourn Odyssey‘s inaugural world cruise, set to embark in January of 2010, is outlined in a special section, which displays the complete 108-day itinerary and invites interested travellers to put their names on a waiting list for reservations, which will open on February 1, 2008.

Seabourn’s grand, new yacht will offer more dining options, more types of suites, more verandas, more entertainment venues and enhanced spa and recreational facilities than the company’s three, existing 208-passenger ships, Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend. Although considerably larger than her smaller 10,000-ton fleetmates, the new vessel will carry just over twice as many passengers (450), boasting among the highest space-per-guest ratios (71.1) in the cruise industry and nearly one staff member per guest.




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