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Seabourn Cruise Line

Seabourn operates a fleet of ships, or yachts as they are referred to, with luxury all-suite accommodation.

450 passengers with all ocean view accommodation, the majority with a balcony

  • Seabourn Odyssey
  • Seabourn Sojourn
  • Seabourn Quest

600 passengers with 300 luxurious suites

  • Seabourn Encore
  • Seabourn Ovation (from 2018)

They offer open seating dining in The Restaurant, with complimentary fine wines at lunch and dinner, or perhaps you might prefer to choose in-suite dining from the 24 hour room service menu or, during dinner hours, have your dinner served course by course in your suite. There are also other dining venues, including the Veranda Café and the Patio Grill. All dining venues are complimentary.

Your in-suite bar and refrigerator are stocked with complimentary drinks to suit your preferences, and open bars are included throughout the yacht. Gratuities are neither required nor expected.

Destinations which are offered by Seabourn include Europe, Asia, Arabia, India, South Pacific, and The Americas, as well as Grand Voyages and World Voyages.

The following revised dress code onboard ship came into effect in September 2014.

Daytime wear – swimwear should not be worn in the interior public rooms. In addition, brief shorts, such as work-out apparel or jogging shorts,  are not suitable in the dining venues and lounges, although Bermuda or longer shorts and jeans are acceptable.

Evening wear – in the evenings after 6pm there are two dress codes: –

  • Elegant Casual – for men this means trousers with a collared dress shirt or sweater, with a jacket being optional, and for ladies it is trousers or skirt and blouse, pant suit or dress. This is the dress standard for all dining venues.
  • Formal – for men it is a Tuxedo or dinner suit, suit or trousers and jacket, and for ladies it is evening gown or other formal apparel. This is the dress code for the restaurant, and for other dining venues it would be Elegant Casual wear.

There is generally 1 formal night on a cruise of up to 13 days, 2 formal nights on a cruise of 14 – 20 days, and 3 formal nights on a cruise of 21 days or more. Christmas and New Year cruises will have 2 formal nights per week, with the dress code being Formal on 25th and 31st December.

View my Facebook album of photos I took on Seabourn Sojourn

About Seabourn


(Page amended January 2017)