Seabourn Ovation cruise ship's itineraries from Miami 2021-2022

   July 26, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

The Carnival Corporation-owned ultra-luxury brand Seabourn opened for sale a series of new itineraries for the Seabourn Ovation ship. The voyages (out of homeport Miami Florida) are scheduled for winter 2021-2022 (November-April) coinciding with the vessel’s first-ever call at a US port (November 18).

For the first time, the ship will sail in the Caribbean, starting with three 11-day roundtrips from Miami in November-December 2021.

The 2018-built Seabourn Ovation will visit iconic Caribbean destinations, such as San Juan Puerto Rico, Basse-Terre Guadeloupe, Jost Van Dyke BVI, St Johns Antigua, Charlestown (Nevis Island), and more. Departure dates include November 18 & 29, and December 10, 2021.

Following the Caribbean journeys, the luxury boat will explore Central America and Panama Canal between December 2021-March 2022. On December 21, Seabourn Ovation will sail on a 21-day "Holiday Panama Canal Cruise" from Miami to Los Angeles California, followed by a 19-day trip back to Miami (from LA). Both sailings include a full Panama Canal transit.

Seabourn Ovation cruise ship

Beginning January 30, 2022, the ship is scheduled to set sail to Central America with 4 voyages roundtrip from Miami, offering ample opportunities for passengers to discover remnants of Mayan civilizations, tropical destinations and vibrant cultures in Panama, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Belize. These voyages also feature a partial Panama Canal transit.

Before her arrival in the USA this fall, the cruise ship will offer passengers an opportunity to visit the Canary Islands via a 14-day journey from Barcelona to Lisbon Portugal, departing October 23.

The Ovation will then cross the Atlantic on a 12-day voyage from Lisbon to PortMiami. The vessel heads back to Europe via a 13-day crossing from PortMiami to Lisbon on March 27, 2022. Seabourn Ovation will return to the Canaries and also call in Morocco and Tangier during a 14-day trip departing on April 9 from Lisbon to Monte Carlo Monaco.