Seabourn Cruises introduces a 65-day "Grand Pacific Voyage 2022: A World Of Islands"

   May 7, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

The ultra-premium travel brand Seabourn introduced its new "Grand Pacific Voyage 2022: A World of Islands".

The 65-day itinerary is now open for sale and scheduled to depart Vancouver BC Canada aboard the Seabourn Odyssey ship (on September 30, 2022) and arrive at Sydney, NSW Australia (on December 5, 2022). The world cruise offers to visit 41 call ports, 30 islands, 12 different countries, with 5 port overnights. Passengers can optionally embark in Seattle WA (on October 1, 2022).

The 65-day "Grand Pacific Voyage" itinerary includes calls at notable destinations the company has not visited in over 5 years, such as Avatoru, Rangiroa Atoll, French Polynesia; Mataiva Atoll, French Polynesia; Huahine-Iti Island, French Polynesia; Maupiti Island, French Polynesia; Maroe Bay, Moorea Island, French Polynesia; Lahaina, Maui Hawaii;Ghizo Island, Solomon Islands; Alofi, Niue Island (NZ); Dravuni Island, Fiji.

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship

Travel experiences available on Seabourn Cruises' 2022 Grand Pacific Voyage include 25 optional, guided Ventures by Seabourn shore excursions where passengers are invited to explore natural beauty via hike, kayaks, and Zodiacs across the South Pacific. Destinations with the trips include Maupiti Island, French Polynesia; Ghizo Island, Solomon Islands; Ureparapara, Vanuatu; and Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji. There are also 2 days of Ventures by Seabourn offerings in Cairns, Queensland, Australia, and Conflict Islands (Panawal Group), Papua New Guinea.

Among the featured overnights for passengers of the Grand Pacific Voyage are Honolulu, Hawaii; Conflict Island (Panawal Group), Papua New Guinea; Papeete, French Polynesia.

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