Seabourn revised the itineraries to 7-day to meet the requirements of the CDC's Framework for Resuming Cruise Ship Operations order for cruises that visit ports in the USA. To accomplish this, the company changed its deployment to rotating 7-day (north and southbound) Alaskan itineraries between homeports Vancouver and Juneau. Some of the voyages visit Glacier Bay, but each includes glacier cruising experiences in places like Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay NP, Tracy/Endicott Arm.
Sailings also include the "Ventures by Seabourn" program of expedition-style experiences led by the ship's onboard expedition team.
Seabourn's new Alaska 2021 season reopens for booking on the following dates:
now open for sale:
- 7-day “Glaciers & Alaska Inside Passage” from Vancouver to Juneau (May 28, August 6, August 20, 2021)
- 7-day “Alaska Fjords & Canadian Inside Passage” from Juneau to Vancouver (July 30, August 13, 2021)
New Voyages open for sale on January 2:
- 7-day “Alaska Fjords & Canadian Inside Passage” from Juneau to Vancouver (June 4, June 18, July 16, August 27, September 10, 2021)
- 7-day “Glaciers & Alaska Inside Passage” from Vancouver to Juneau (June 11, July 9, July 23, September 3, 2021)
- 7-day “Glacier Bay & Canadian Inside Passage” from Juneau to Vancouver (September 10, 2021)
As a result of the changes, Seabourn’s 2021 Alaska & British Columbia season will commence on May 28, 2021. Therefore, the cruise line has cancelled 2 sailings: the Pacific Coastal voyage scheduled for May 15, 2021, and the Alaska cruise that was scheduled to depart on May 21, 2021.