Seabourn introduces 2021 Alaska and British Columbia cruises

   October 5, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

The ultra-luxury brand Seabourn Cruises introduced a host of immersive experiences and itineraries in British Columbia (BC Canada) and Alaska (USA) for summer 2021 season with the ship Seabourn Odyssey.

The vessel will operate a series of 7-10-11-day voyages. Seabourn Odyssey has max passenger capacity 540, all-suite cabins (225 total), 11 decks (7 with staterooms, most of which with step-out balconies).

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship

Inspired by the success of the past seasons, Seabourn curated a special 2021 season that includes 8 innovative 7-day sailings between Vancouver BC and Juneau Alaska, which can also be combined into 2-week B2Bs (back-to-back cruises) with no repeated call ports.

Passengers booking the B2Bs can save up to 15% on the fare. Seabourn’s 7-day itineraries provide an Inside Passage Alaska experience with call ports not visited by most major cruise lines.

Seabourn Odyssey's schedule also features 10- and 11-day cruises between Whittier-Anchorage and Vancouver. Every voyage visits either Tracy Arm/Endicott Arm or Hubbard Glacier. In addition, 4 sailings visit Glacier Bay National Park, with insider observations and narration by a National Park Service Ranger.

All Seabourn's 2021 Alaskan voyages feature optional (for-charge) shore excursions by the "Ventures by Seabourn" tour program with guided Zodiac and kayak excursions (launched from the ship), as well as wildlife viewing and hiking trips. As optional, Seabourn also offers specially themed land excursions - from nature walks and whale watching to seaplane and helicopter tours. One of the offerings is the “Enjoy Your Catch” (fishing experience) available at select ports where cruisers can hook and savor their own catch of the day prepared by the onboard culinary team.

Seabourn's customers can also extend their Alaska and British Columbia vacations via "Seabourn Journeys" (pre- and/or post-cruise packages) to popular locations that can't be accessed on single-day tours. Such special offers include a visit to Banff National Park (UNESCO site) with the Rocky Mountaineer train.