Over the last decade, the ultra-luxury line has been dominating the top spot in “Small-Ship Cruise Line” category.
Seabourn's president, Richard Meadows, shared that their focus was always on guest experience. He added that "as a leader in ultra-luxury and innovation", it took the expertise of all employees of the line to consistently deliver cruise experiences exceeding guests’ expectations.
Seabourn’s all-suite, intimate ships have earned lots of honors over the years. The company received five consecutive awards as “Best Small-Ship Cruise Line” in Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, and “Best Culinary Cruise Line” for two consecutive years from the editors of Saveur in the Culinary Travel Awards category.
Seabourn’s award-winning vessels offer key elements setting Seabourn apart: perfect cuisine served in a good choice of dining venues; fine wines with lunch and dinner; open bars throughout; spacious and thoughtfully appointed suites (lots of which with private verandas); personalized service and sociable atmosphere that makes passengers feel at home onboard.
The fleet of Seabourn circles the globe all year long, sailing to the most desirable destinations in the world at their peak seasons, calling at UNESCO World Heritage Sites, marquee cities and lesser-known yachting harbors.