Seabourn unveils 24 voyages to Alaska, Canada and New England USA (summer & fall 2025)

   August 25, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Following Seabourn's recent announcement disclosing their 2025 itineraries, the focus now shifts to the upcoming plans. The array of cruises for 2025 encompasses a total of 24 all-inclusive voyages. These voyages will be divided into two regions: Alaska during the summer and Canada/New England during the fall.

During the summer, Seabourn Quest will be stationed in Alaska. Her itineraries will alternate between 7-day and 14-day journeys. The shorter trips will navigate between Juneau and Vancouver, while the 2-week cruises will follow a round-trip route from Vancouver. Thanks to the vessel's modest size, housing 225 suites, she can adeptly traverse the intricate fjords in Southeast Alaska. This will enable guests to explore noteworthy sites like Hubbard Glacier and Tracy Arm/Endicott Arm, in addition to prominent port towns like Ketchikan and Sitka. The cruises will also incorporate Seabourn's Ventures by Seabourn program, offering expedition-style excursions such as kayaking, Zodiac cruising, and hiking for those interested.

Subsequently, beginning in September, Seabourn Sojourn, boasting 225 cabins, will embark on a series of fall foliage cruises between Montreal and New York. The itinerary will encompass various destinations including Quebec City, Halifax in Nova Scotia, Portland in Maine, and Newport in Rhode Island, contingent on the specific voyage.

According to Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn, their guests are "truly exceptional individuals in search of extraordinary experiences," and at Seabourn, they "take tremendous pride in guiding them to the world's most stunning destinations while providing unparalleled ultra-luxury experiences and personalized service." 

"Whether exploring the beauty of Alaska on a Ventures by Seabourn outing or immersing themselves in the beauty of Canada and New England's historical towns during fall's vibrant colors, every moment becomes a cherished memory, filled with awe and wonder.”