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Seabourn’s largest-ever fleet to visit new ports around the world…

Posted on 03 August 2011

Operating its largest fleet ever in 2012 and 2013, Seabourn Cruises will visit 50 new ports of call, and go to a record 379 different ports in 103 countries.


With the addition of the 450-passenger Seabourn Quest in June, the sixth ship in the luxury line’s fleet, next year Seabourn will sail the most ships it ever has during a full year.


 In the Mediterranean, Seabourn is using its expanded fleet to offer more departure dates on some of its most popular itineraries, and adding 10-day cruises where it formerly operated seven-day itineraries.


The Seabourn Spirit will sail a series of 10-day cruises round-trip from Venice to Puglia, Croatia, Montenegro and Corfu, while the Seabourn Legend offers two different 10-day itineraries between Civitavecchia and Monte Carlo, visiting ports along the French and Italian Rivieras.


The line will also make maiden calls in many Mediterranean ports, including Rosas, Spain; Porto Torres and Alghero on Sardinia; Mgarr on the Maltese island of Gozo; San Antonio on Ibiza; Sóller on Mallorca; Ciutadella, Menorca; Lemnos and Chania, Greece; Cesme, Sinop and Iskenderu, Turkey; and Larnaca, Cyprus.


Also new for the line in 2012, the Quest will sail the line’s first eastbound World Cruise in January, which will include Seabourn’s first visits to South Africa and Mozambique, and Seabourn’s first series of Patagonia/Cape Horn sailings, from Valparaiso, Chile, to Buenos Aires and the reverse, which will include the line’s first visit to the Falklands Islands.

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