Seabourn Sojourn to Sail 2020 World Cruise

   July 18, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Seabourn announced its 146-day World Cruise 2020: Extraordinary Destinations package. During the first 5 months of the year, Seabourn's Sojourn will take guests around the world from Miami FL to San Francisco, stopping at a total of 62 ports in 36 different countries across 5 continents.

Departing from Miami on January 4, 2020, the Sojourn will sail south into the Caribbean and along the northern South American coast. Leaving from Barbados, it will cross the Atlantic Ocean and, beginning in Dakar, will move southward along the coast of Africa.

Seabourn Sojourn cruise ship

After rounding the continent's tip, Seabourn Sojourn will sail to Mombasa and then across Indian Ocean toward southern Asia. After sailing through southeast Asia, the vessel will reach Sydney. The voyage will end with its northeastern trip to San Francisco, stopping at a number of Pacific islands, including Hawaii.

Seabourn's World Cruise 2020 will feature 16 overnights in port. It will also allow 18 late land visits. Partnering with UNESCO, the cruise line plans to offer more than 20 optional shore excursions to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Guests may choose from an array of optional overland excursions throughout the cruise. Passengers will leave the vessel behind and travel overland, meeting with Sojourn later. Through the programs, they can visit game reserves and safari parks in Kenya and South Africa, Taj Mahal and UNESCO World Heritage sites in Australia and Cambodia.

Pre- or post-cruise land excursions are available to Cape Town, Singapore and Sydney through Seabourn Journeys program. The cruise line offers shorter segments of 30-116 days for those who cannot sail the entire length of the voyage.

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