Monday 21 October 2013

Seabourn returns to Antarctica

source: Cruise Passenger Magazine

Seabourn has announced it will return to Antarctica next year, as part of the line’s 2014/15 Cruise Collection.

The luxury cruise line has revealed six different Antarctica itineraries.

Among the cruises is the 21-day Ultimate Antarctica & Patagonia cruise. Departing Buenos Aires 29 November 2014, calls include Elephant Island, Antarctic Sound, Hope Bay and King George Island.

Alternatively, there is the 41-day South American & Antarctica Exploration departing 3 February 2015. The cruise will take guests from Valparaiso, Chile to Anavilhanas near the equator via Antarctica.

The Cruise Collection also sees the debut of Seabourn’s Extended Explorations for guests who want longer and in-depth cruises.

Extended Explorations vary from 28-days to 116-days. They feature overnight stays in ports, regionally-themed menus and local entertainment.

Also new in the 2014/15 brochure is the 14-day South East Asia itinerary through the Philippines, Brunei and Malaysia. And a series of Oceania cruises between Sydney and Auckland in December 2014 and February 2015.

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