Seabourn Odyssey

Former name: Mitsui Ocean Fuji

Seabourn Odyssey current position

Seabourn Odyssey current location is at East Australia (coordinates -16.59152 S / 145.73501 E) cruising at speed of 10.2 kn (19 km/h | 12 mph) en route to Darwin. The AIS position was reported 7 minutes ago.

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Current itinerary of Seabourn Odyssey

Seabourn Odyssey current cruise is 57 days, one-way from Sydney to Kobe-Osaka, themed as "Easter". The itinerary starts on 21 Feb, 2024 and ends on 18 Apr, 2024.

Date / TimePort
21 Feb 20:00    Departing from Sydney, NSW Australia hotels
23 Feb 08:00 - 20:00    Brisbane, Queensland Australia
24 Feb 08:00 - 17:00    Moreton Island, Queensland Australia
26 Feb 08:00 - 17:00    Airlie Beach, Queensland Australia
27 Feb 08:00 - 18:00    Townsville QLD, Queensland Australia
28 Feb 08:00 - 29 Feb 18:00    Cairns, Queensland Australia
04 Mar 08:00 - 23:00    Darwin, NT Australia
06 Mar 08:00 - 18:00    Dili, East Timor
07 Mar 08:00 - 18:00    Kupang, Timor Indonesia
09 Mar 08:00 - 18:00    Lembar, Lombok Indonesia
10 Mar 07:00 - 23:00    Benoa, Bali Indonesia
12 Mar 08:00 - 21:00    Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi Indonesia
16 Mar 08:00 - 15:00    Busuanga Island, Coron, Philippines
17 Mar 08:00 - 18:00    Manila, Luzon Island Philippines
20 Mar 09:00 - 21 Mar 16:00    Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
23 Mar 08:00 - 18:00    Da Nang, Hue City, Vietnam
24 Mar 16:00 - 25 Mar 18:00    Halong Bay, Vietnam, Ha Long City
27 Mar 07:00 - 28 Mar 23:00    Hong Kong, China
30 Mar 07:00 - 17:00    Kaohsiung, Taiwan China
31 Mar 08:00 - 17:00    Magong, Penghu Island Taiwan China
01 Apr 08:00 - 02 Apr 16:00    Keelung, Taipei City, Taiwan China
03 Apr 08:00 - 18:00    Miyakojima Island, Hirara, Japan Okinawa
04 Apr 08:00 - 18:00    Naha, Okinawa Island Japan
08 Apr 07:00 - 09 Apr 21:00    Tianjin, Beijing, China
11 Apr 07:00 - 12 Apr 16:00    Incheon, Seoul, Korea
13 Apr 12:00 - 19:00    Jeju Island, Cheju City, Korea
14 Apr 08:00 - 18:00    Busan, Korea
15 Apr 08:00 - 21:00    Nagasaki City, Japan Nagasaki
16 Apr 07:00 - 17:00    Hakata-Fukuoka City, Japan Fukuoka
17 Apr 08:00 - 18:00    Hiroshima City, Japan Hiroshima
18 Apr 08:00    Arriving in Kobe-Osaka, Kyoto, Japan hotels

Specifications of Seabourn Odyssey

Year of build2009  /  Age: 15
Flag state Bahamas
BuilderT. Mariotti (Genoa, Italy)
ClassMega Yacht
Building costUSD 250 million
Speed21 kn / 39 km/h / 24 mph
Length (LOA)198 m / 650 ft
Beam (width)25 m / 82 ft
Gross Tonnage32346 gt
Passengers450 - 540
Crew330
Passengers-to-space ratio60
Decks11
Cabins225
Decks with cabins7
Last Refurbishment2022-2024
Sister-shipsSeabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Quest
Former namesMitsui Ocean Fuji
Christened byall Inaugural Cruise passengers (Seabourn)
OwnerMitsui Group via Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd (MOL)
OperatorMOL Cruises Ltd (via Mitsui Ocean Cruises)

Seabourn Odyssey Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2024 Jan 22 15 days, one-way from Auckland to Sydney Auckland $8999
2024 Jan 22 30 days, one-way from Auckland to Sydney Auckland
2024 Feb 21 57 days, one-way from Sydney to Kobe-Osaka Sydney
2024 Mar 10 18 days, one-way from Benoa to Hong Kong Benoa $8999
2024 Mar 28 21 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Kobe-Osaka Hong Kong $13999
2024 Mar 28 43 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Vancouver Hong Kong
2024 Apr 18 22 days, one-way from Kobe-Osaka to Vancouver Kobe-Osaka $9999
2024 May 10 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $3909
2024 May 10 14 days, round-trip Glacier Bay, Fjords Canadian Inside Passage Vancouver $6714
2024 May 17 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $3739
2024 May 24 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $3696
2024 May 24 14 days, round-trip Alaska Glaciers, Fjords Inside Passage Vancouver $6204
2024 May 31 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $4164
2024 Jun 07 10 days, round-trip Alaska Fjords Odyssey Vancouver $5694
2024 Jun 17 11 days, round-trip Inside Passage Alaska Fjords Vancouver $8159
2024 Jun 28 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $5949
2024 Jun 28 14 days, round-trip Alaska Glaciers, Fjords Inside Passage Vancouver $8754
2024 Jul 05 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $4419
2024 Jul 12 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $5269
2024 Jul 12 14 days, round-trip Alaska Glaciers, Fjords Inside Passage Vancouver $7989
2024 Jul 19 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $3943
2024 Jul 26 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $5014
2024 Jul 26 14 days, round-trip Alaska Glaciers, Fjords Inside Passage Vancouver $7904
2024 Aug 02 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $4419
2024 Aug 09 14 days, round-trip Alaska Glaciers, Fjords Inside Passage Vancouver $8669
2024 Aug 09 7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Juneau Vancouver $6459
2024 Aug 16 7 days, one-way from Juneau to Vancouver Juneau $4674
2024 Sep 02 23 days, one-way from Seattle to Yokohama Seattle $10760

Seabourn Odyssey Review

Review of Seabourn Odyssey

The 2009-built Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship is the first and oldest in the Seabourn fleet, with sisterships Seabourn Sojourn and Seabourn Quest. In September 2024, the ship will be renamed "Mitsui Ocean Fuji" starting operations for the new travel brand "Mitsui Ocean Cruises" managed by MOL Cruises Ltd.

The vessel (IMO number 9417086) is currently Bahamas-flagged (MMSI 309416000) and registered in Nassau.

History - construction and ownership

On March 17, 2023, Carnival Corporation (as shipowner and parent company of Seabourn Cruise Line Ltd) sold the 14-year-old Seabourn Odyssey to the Japanese shipping company MOL (Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd). The news was confirmed by Takeshi Hashimoto (MOL's President and CEO).

Until 2023, MOL owned and operated only one cruiser - Nippon Maru (1990-built).

Along with the sale, Seabourn signed a time-charter arrangement with MOL that allowed the company to operate Odyssey's voyages scheduled through October 11, 2024.

In October 2024, Seabourn Odyssey will be renamed and reflagged to Japan (MMSI tba) with the port of registry to be changed to Tokyo.

Following the charter agreement with Seabourn and a drydock refurbishment, in September 2024 the vessel will start operations for MOL's subsidiary Mitsui OSK Passenger Line Ltd (MOPAS). The ship's last refurbishment by Seabourn was in 2022.

On October 12, 2023, the shipowner Mitsui Group officially launched its new cruise brand Mitsui Ocean Cruises as well as Seabourn Odyssey's new name - Mitsui Ocean Fuji.

The shipowner Mitsui Group (1964-founded) is one of the world's largest container shipping companies. The Japanese transportation company is headquartered in Tokyo. MOL itself is part of Mitsui Group (interlocking companies in Japan). MOL's fleet includes box ships, general cargo ships (bulk carriers, LNG carriers, tankers), ro-ro ships (also ferries) and the MOPAS-operated cruise ship Nippon Maru.

Mitsui Group also plans to order two new cruise ships designed with max passenger capacity of ~600.

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship

The 450-passenger ship Seabourn Odyssey was the company's first new-class boat. At volume 32000 GT-tons, Odyssey was the smallest vessel operated by any of all major cruise lines at the time and with the industry's highest space-per-guest ratio.

Seabourn Odyssey was named in Venice and constructed in Genoa (by T. Mariotti). All guests on that occasion were honored as the ship's godparents. A plaque with guests' names was mounted permanently on a wall inside Seabourn Odyssey. The ship was designed by Bjorn Storbraaten and Petr Yran - the same architects who designed Seabourn's original ships. In addition to larger accommodations, the biggest portion of the vessel is utilized for creating larger open-deck spaces, a variety of dining venues and public rooms.

Decks and Cabins

Seabourn Odyssey staterooms (225 total) are in 15 cabin categories. The largest are the GRWG-Grand Wintergarden Suites (1180 ft2 / 110 m2 including the 220 ft2 / 20 m2 terrace). These are actually two connecting cabins (WG-Wintergarden Suite plus V4-Veranda Suite) with connecting balconies.

Wheelchair-accessible cabins are 7 (located on all cabin decks). The connecting staterooms' number is 37 (adjacent suites convertible to a double suite).

All staterooms are in suites categories and have luxury hotel amenities like separate sitting-sleeping areas, a walk-in closet, electronic safe box, smart HDTV (with free on-demand movies), iPod docks, minibar, refrigerator.

Most staterooms are Veranda Suites (sized 300 ft2 / 28 m2 plus 65 ft2 / 6 m2 balconies). Penthouse Suites are spacious (435 ft2 / 40 m2 with 100 ft2 / 9 m2 terrace) and with bedrooms separated from lounge areas (with dining tables and comfortable armchairs) and powder rooms. Grand Suites are two-bedroom and with a glass-walled Solarium (whirlpool bathtub and lounge bed).

The boat has 11 decks, of which 10 are passenger-accessible and 7 with cabins.

By company's loyalty program "Seabourn Club", Silver Level and above passengers receive free Internet (limited and unlimited packages), free phone calls (20-30-40 min worldwide), complimentary Spa Massage, Day Pass for Spa Serene Area, free laundry (1 bag for every 7-days on the ship), plus discount pricing on onboard alcohol purchases (premium wines and spirits), future cruise booking discounts, luggage shipping service discounts, access to special offers and exclusive onboard events.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

The Restaurant is the main dining venue and an open-seating eatery.

Restaurant 2 is the alternative venue, specializing in tasting seven-course menus. The menu changes weekly in 7-week rotation, and guests for more than a week will see a different menu.

The Colonnade is a casual restaurant with both waiter service and buffet options. In the evenings, it is transformed and becomes a bistro-style restaurant. Menus are themed. One night, it is Italian, the next - Mediterranean, or French.

Patio Grill (on Deck 8, next to the swimming pool) is the most casual, with tables around the main pool. It offers continental breakfast; burgers, hot dogs, pizza and salads for lunch. Patio Grill is open for dinner in good weather, offering chops, steaks, shrimp, and pizza.

Early risers may enjoy continental breakfast in Observation Bar between 6:15-8 am, as well as pastries and brand coffees at The Square between 6:15 am and 6 pm. Afternoon Tea is served in Observation Bar daily from 4 to 5 pm, with live piano music. Tea selections include Darjeeling Organic, Himalayan Peak, Bleu Peacock Oolong, Mandarin Rose Petal, and tisanes - African Amber and Ginger Twist.

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship

Follows the complete list of Seabourn Odyssey restaurants and food bars.

  • The Restaurant (main dining room with open-seating breakfast, lunch, and dinner; the dining amenities are top-luxurious; the Restaurant's dress code is "elegant casual" with optional "formal" dress on special nights.
  • Restaurant 2 (reservation-only; offers an avant-garde dining experience, featuring a rich selection of fine wines and regionally-themed menus)
  • Patio Grill (serves the pool area with grilled specialties, salads, and several side dishes; fresh pizza by the slice is offered throughout the afternoon)
  • The Colonnade (open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; its chefs cook in an open kitchen and guests can enjoy watching the food being prepared; the menu for dinner is differently themed each day; the restaurant has an aft Terrace and an outdoor seating area)
  • The Grill by Thomas Keller (the menu and ambiance are inspired by the classic American chophouse; a collaboration between designer Adam D. Tihany and 3-star Michelin chef Thomas Keller).

Room service is 24 hours a day, however, the menus do not vary much and you can order hot breakfast and staples, such as chicken, burgers, steaks, and surprisingly delicious pizza. For dinner, you can order from the Restaurant's menu - your food will be served course by course.

Most beverages onboard Seabourn Odyssey, from house wines and cappuccinos to soda and martinis, are complimentary. Each cabin will be stocked with two complimentary liquor bottles.

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

Most evenings, tourists have three entertainment options - piano music in the Observation Bar, a show in Grand Salon, and dancing in The Club. The main pool area is vast, with attendant whirlpools, ringed by two decks with plenty of room. There's another pool at the stern, which is smaller, but quieter, and the third spot is on Deck 6 - a large whirlpool, all the way forward.

Seabourn spa covers two decks, although Deck 10 space is limited by two spa villas (private, with treatment beds), double day-bed, oversized whirlpool tub, and a wraparound terrace featuring lounge chairs for private sunbathing. The cost is $500 - the minimum for half a day!

The spa entrance (on Deck 9) features a panoramic sliding-glass wall opening to the outdoor area for relaxation, with six treatment rooms, hydro spa pool, steam rooms, and saunas, and a fitness studio with free Kinesis training. You will also find all the usual equipment a modern gym is able to provide. The cost is $30 for a spa pass to the thermal area and the pool. Several group classes (Kinesis training, Tai Chi, yoga, pilates) are organized fee of charge. However, you will have to pay for private sessions and lessons with a trainer.

Seabourn Odyssey cruise ship

A typical Seabourn trademark featured on Odyssey is the watersports marina. Situated aft on Deck 2, the marina is open typically on one day per voyage (weather permitting) and only when the ship is anchored/not docked in port. An array of toys are launched from the facility - from kayaks and a banana boat to a bizarre activity in which guests sit in the inner tube, after which are pulled by a speedboat to the swimming platform.

Onboard gratuities are included in the fares, so tipping is not required. The ship is suited primarily to couples. However, solo travelers will also be cared for with needed attention.

Complimentary amenities include 24-hour room service, Internet/WiFi access, laundry, self-serve Laundromats. Tipping/gratuities - tips are not expected or calculated in the price. Wedding parties on Seabourn ship Odyssey could be held in any of the ship's public spaces (no chapel onboard).

Follows the complete list of Seabourn Odyssey lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.

  • Living room (open-floor area serving as a lounge with a small seating area)
  • The Casino (with 1 roulette table, 3 gaming tables for blackjack and poker, 15 slot machines)
  • The Club lounge (disco nightclub)
  • The Club Pool area (with one plunge pool flanked by two Whirlpools, served by The Club's bar)
  • Whirlpool (with an open-deck area with loungers)
  • Grand Salon (main show lounge for grand productions, featuring a 6-piece band; hosts guest lectures and presentations during the day)
  • Card Room (cards playing and board games room)
  • 3 duty-free shops (The Boutique for fashion clothes, perfumes, and luxury cosmetics; The Seabourn Shop for Seabourn-logo merchandise; The Collection for brand watches and jewellery)
  • The Coffee Bar (patisserie and specialty coffee bar, serving Seabourn Square lounge area, which has a corner serving as the Library/Computer Centre)
  • Patio Pool (swimming pool, two Whirlpools, sunbathing area with loungers, private cabanas; served with drinks by Patio Bar; the pool deck also hosts barbecue parties)
  • Sky Bar (serves the Patio Pool's balcony level)
  • The "Spa at Seabourn" (11,400 ft2 wellness area spanning on two decks, with outdoor relaxation deck area, Massage-Treatment Rooms, Steam Room, Saunas, Thermal Suite, glass-roofed Spa pool, Beauty Salon)
  • Fitness Center (panoramic-view modern gym)
  • Motion Studio (separate Aerobics Room)
  • Observation Bar (round-shaped observation lounge with grand piano)
  • Promenade (Deck 5); Outdoor relaxation areas (Sun Terrace, Spa Terrace, The Retreat)
  • The Retreat (multi-use, open-air relaxation area with a 9-hole Golf putting green and courts for deck games - Giant Chess, Shuffleboard).

Mitsui Ocean Cruise Itineraries

In October 2023, the new shipowner (Mitsui Group) announced that Mitsui Ocean Fuji is scheduled to operate its first World Cruise for MOL's new brand Mitsui Ocean Cruises. The 100-day itinerary (roundtrip from Yokohama/April 12th through July 20th, 2025) visits 24 call ports (16 countries) globally and features a Suez Canal transit.

Mitsui's World Voyage was opened for booking in February 2024.

Seabourn Itineraries

Seabourn Odyssey itinerary program was based on Around The World voyages leaving from Fort Lauderdale Florida USA, Caribbean deployments, Panama Canal voyages. In Europe, Odyssey operated Mediterranean itineraries with departures from Venice, Athens-Piraeus, Istanbul, as well as Transatlantic crossings on seasonal relocation (RepositionCruises.com).

In October 2020, Seabourn announced new itineraries in British Columbia (BC Canada) and Alaska (USA) for the 2021 summer season. The ship had scheduled 7-10-11-day voyages between Vancouver BC and Juneau Alaska, also combinable into 14-day B2Bs/back-to-back cruises with no repeated call ports. Odyssey's Alaskan 2021 program also had 10-11-day cruises between Whittier-Anchorage and Vancouver, with every voyage visiting either Tracy Arm/Endicott Arm or Hubbard Glacier. In addition, 4x sailings visited Glacier Bay NP. Eventually, the Alaskan deployment was canceled and replaced with the Caribbean.

In late-April 2021 Seabourn scheduled for Odyssey two 7-day itineraries leaving roundtrip from Bridgetown Barbados (homeport) - beginning on July 18. The 7-day ex-Barbados voyages were to Southern Caribbean island ports in Antigua (St Johns), Tortola BVI (Road Town), Grenada (St George's), Dominicana (La Romana), St Lucia (Castries), St Maarten (Philipsburg), and St Kitts (Basseterre).

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Seabourn Cruises Odyssey ship is the line's first of all three newbuilt vessels. Her sisters are the fleet mates Quest and Sojourn. All of the three sisters have been produced under the same ship design. When they were launched, the Seabourn company bragged that this cruise vessel design will be the "game-changer for the luxury segment" of the cruising market. Traditionally for all ships in the Seabourn fleet, all passenger cabins (all are suites) have private verandas.

The Seabourn ship Odyssey is famous for having one of the biggest spas at sea, though the vessel is relatively small compared with other competitor lines' ships.

The naming ceremony of the Odyssey ship took place on the 22nd of June 2009 in Venice Italy. All maiden voyage passengers were honored to as godparents of the ship. A plaque with all their names was later mounted on an inside wall of the ship. The next day, on the 25th of June, 2009, Odyssey departed on her maiden voyage in the Eastern Mediterranean (Venice to Istanbul Turkey), with ports of call in Croatia and Greece.

Seabourn Odyssey's last drydocking was in 2022, conducted at Damen Shiprepair Curacao in Port Willemstad (Curacao).

Odyssey's last cruise for Seabourn (Alaska-California repositioning) was scheduled to depart from Vancouver on October 11, 2024.

Date / TimePort
11 Oct 17:00Departing from Vancouver, BC Canada
12 Oct 08:00 - 21:00Victoria, BC Canada
13 Oct 08:00 - 23:00Seattle, Washington
15 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Astoria, Oregon
17 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Eureka, California
19 Oct 01:00Arriving in San Francisco, California

In February 2024, MOL Cruises signed a technical management agreement with V.Ships Leisure SAM (subsidiary of V.Group Holdings Ltd) for Mitsui Ocean Fuji while the vessel is foreign-flagged.

Seabourn Odyssey refurbishment 2019 review

The ship's drydock refurbishment in 2019 (May, conducted at Fincantieri's yard in Genoa) was a multi-million renovation project resulting in redesigned/updated interiors, technologies, venues and accommodations.

The Seabourn Square received new premium brand furniture, lighting and carpeting.

The Club's carpeting was also changed, as well as the furniture (new lounge chairs) and the banquettes were refreshed.

The Restaurant was redesigned and updated with new wooden furniture, sheer curtains, and carpets.

The Card Room received new chairs and card tables.

Veranda Suites were renovated - bedside cabinets (new stone tops), new coffee tables, designer bedding goods, premium sofa pillows. Premium Suites were updated with new furniture and their color palate was changed. All passenger staterooms received new HDTVs (interactive system) and the Internet-related equipment was updated - including installing USB 2.0 outlets (on the cabins' nightstands) and wireless access points (in all public areas).

Grand Pacific Voyage 2022 (Seabourn Odyssey)

On May 4, 2021, was opened for booking the 65-day "Grand Pacific Voyage 2022: A World of Islands". The World Cruise (September 30 through December 5, 2022) was scheduled to visit 41 call ports (5 port overnights), 30 islands, 12 different countries, 25 optional shore excursions (Ventures by Seabourn).

Departing from Vancouver Canada and ending in Sydney Australia, the voyage was also offered with an alternative 64-day itinerary leaving from the USA (Seattle WA) on October 1. A total of 5 overnights (2-day stays) were offered in Cairns (QLD Australia), Conflict Islands, Honolulu (Hawaii), Papeete (Tahiti).

Date / TimePort
30 Sep 17:00Departing from Vancouver, BC Canada
01 Oct 08:00 - 23:00Seattle, Washington
02 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Victoria, BC Canada
09 Oct 08:00 - 21:00Lahaina, Maui Island, Hawaii USA
10 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Hilo, Hawaii Island
11 Oct 08:00 - 12 Oct 23:00 (overnight)Honolulu, Oahu Island, Hawaii
13 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Nawiliwili, Lihue, Kauai Island, Hawaii
14 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Lanai Island, Hawaii
15 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Island
19 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Fanning Island, Line Islands, Kiribati
22 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Rangiroa Atoll, Tuamotus French Polynesia
24 Oct 08:00 - 23:00Bora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
26 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Huahine Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
27 Oct 07:00 - 28 Oct 05:00 (overnight)Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia
28 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Moorea Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
29 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Raiatea Island, Uturoa, French Polynesia
31 Oct 08:00 - 17:00Aitutaki Island, Cook Islands NZ
01 Nov 07:00 - 15:00Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands NZ
03 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Alofi, Niue Island
06 Nov 07:00 - 17:00Nukualofa, Tongatapu, Tonga
07 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Vavau Islands, Neiafu, Tonga
09 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Dravuni Island, Fiji
10 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Savusavu, Vanua Levu Island, Fiji
11 Nov 07:00 - 20:00Suva, Fiji
13 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Mystery Island, Aneityum, Vanuatu
14 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Port Vila, Efate Island, Vanuatu
15 Nov 07:00 - 18:00Luganville, Espiritu Santo Island, Vanuatu
16 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Ureparapara Island, Vanuatu
18 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Honiara, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands
22 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Alotau, Papua New Guinea
23 Nov 08:00 - 17:00Kitava Island, Trobriand, Papua New Guinea
24 Nov 08:00 - 25 Nov 17:00 (overnight)Conflict Islands, Papua New Guinea
27 Nov 08:00 - 28 Nov 18:00 (overnight)Cairns, Queensland Australia
29 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Townsville, Queensland Australia
30 Nov 07:00 - 17:00Airlie Beach, Queensland Australia
02 Dec 08:00 - 23:00Brisbane, Queensland Australia
04 DecArriving in Sydney, NSW Australia

As bonus amenities were offered Gala Bon Voyage dinner (in Vancouver/Seattle), special pillow gifts), exclusive President's Event (shipboard).

As Early Booking perks (on bookings made by February 28, 2022) were offered:

  • roundtrip flights
  • OBC (onboard credit per stateroom/US$2000-3000)
  • unlimited Internet
  • door-to-door car transfers (home-to-airport)
  • luggage shipping service (home-to-ship)
  • unlimited laundry-dry cleaning-pressing
  • 6% Early Bonus Savings and 50% Reduced Deposit (for residents of USA, Canada, Australia)
  • 3% Early Bonus Savings
  • 5% Repeat World Cruise Discount (with full-itinerary booking)

Prices started from USD 40000 (EUR 33000) per person with double occupancy.