Seabourn Unveils New Way to Explore the West Coast of South America

By ,   July 13, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

A new way to sail the South American west coast in luxury was revealed. 

Upscale cruise line Seabourn offers a new, 24-night itinerary which takes a deep dive into the region with over a dozen visits to Ecuador, Chile and Peru. 

Seabourn features a single sailing of the itinerary that kicks off on November 4, 2018. It will take place on the 450-guest Seabourn Quest.

Seabourn Quest ship

Starting in Port Miami, the cruise will feature a visit to Key West and Bocas del Toro, as the Quest ship sails to Panama Canal for a transit to the Pacific, from where, she will head south to Ecuador for calls at Manta, Isla de la Plata, Puerto Bolivar. 

Sailing southward, the vessel will visit the Peruvian ports of Callao, Salaverry, General San Martin, Matarani. Seabourn Quest will spend the night in Callao to allow passengers enjoy extra time in Lima. 

During the final part of the cruise, the ship visits the Chilean ports of Antofagasta, Arica, Isla Pan de Azucar, Coquimbo, Valparaiso.   

Fares for the new sailing start at US$10,500 per person, based on double occupancy, not including taxes, fees and port expenses of US$1,255.