Seabourn announced Northern Europe, Iceland, and Greenland itineraries for 2019 summer season. Its fleet will be navigating vibrant coasts and historic waters while serving up the region with immersive itineraries and experiential activities for passengers to discover local culture, architecture, history, art, and natural wonders in hidden gems and marquee ports.
The line's 2019 summer season offers Ventures by Seabourn optional excursions in select destinations featuring Zodiac tours, kayaking, and hiking. Guests will be able to enjoy regionally inspired cuisine created with local seasonal produce, as well as opportunities to join Shopping with the Chef trips in destinations like Bergen, Dublin, Nuuk and Stockholm. Shore trips to UNESCO Sites feature enhanced content-enabled via Seabourn’s official partnership with UNESCO, such as “Historic Center (Old Town) of Tallinn” and “The Heart of Neolithic Orkney”.
Seabourn Conversations with special deck parties, guest speakers, and other onboard events are due to ensure passengers will have a memorable time on their Seabourn cruise.
While four of Seabourn’s 5 ultra-luxury ships will spend at least part of the year cruising the continent, two will focus on Northern Europe:
Seabourn Quest sails a series of adventurous 15-day cruises exploring spectacular wildlife and scenery of the British Isles, Norway, and Iceland, including North Cape. The voyages feature a stellar expedition team that offers optional Ventures by Seabourn trips. The European season of the ship culminates with two 3-week voyages highlighting the best of Greenland, Iceland, and other North Atlantic isles cruising 21 days from Dover to Reykjavik and 24 days from Reykjavik to Montreal.
Seabourn Ovation offers the line’s signature summer staple of 7-day cruises in the Baltic between Copenhagen and Stockholm, including 3 days in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The schedule also includes a number of “hidden gems,” such as 14-day voyages combing Norway & the North Cape with the British Isles, along with optional Ventures by Seabourn trips, and a 14-day southward sailing from Dublin to Lisbon via Paris.