The ultra-luxury travel brand Seabourn canceled the 145-day World Cruise 2022 planned for the ship Seabourn Sojourn, which was scheduled to depart on January 11th from Los Angeles California USA.
The ship's "World Cruise 2024" itinerary will replicate the line's canceled 2022 World Cruise and will be available for booking this October.
Due to COVID-related delays, Seabourn revised the restart for Sojourn, which will commence sailing in the Mediterranean from June 6, next year. The vessel will spend the summer months in the Western Mediterranean exploring the French and Italian Rivieras, Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Malta, Morocco, and the Canary Islands.
Passengers and travel advisors on the canceled 2022 World Cruise will receive information applicable to their booking. The company encourages guests to use the resources available on its website first.
Seabourn has a fleet of 5 cruise ships with 2 expedition ships under construction. The company is currently operating a pair of the 5 ships in its fleet. It is an official partner of UNESCO World Heritage under a multi-year agreement to promote sustainable tourism at World Heritage sites around the globe.