Seabourn unveils new 2023/24 expedition routes
Seabourn has unveiled its new Fall, Winter and Spring 2023-2024 expedition itineraries for its Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit vessels, which are set to visit breathtaking destinations in Antarctica, South America, the South Pacific, Indonesia and more.
The eleven crossings aboard the Seabourn Venture will take place between September 2023 and April 2024 and will last between 14 and 24 days. In September, the ship will sail from Japan to the South Pacific, reaching New Zealand in December for a voyage to Antarctica, where it will begin its Antarctic season. Then it will return to Australia and New Zealand before ending in Bali in March 2024.
One of these unique journeys is the 22-day sailing from Kobe to Brisbane (Honiara), which takes travelers to Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Okinawa in Japan, Micronesia and ends in Brisbane, Australia.
The Seabourn Pursuit, meanwhile, will offer fourteen different crossings ranging from 11 to 27 days from September 2023 to April 2024. It will start in the Northwest Passage before spending its winter in Antarctica. In February, the ship will sail from Argentina to Africa, where it will take routes along the northwest coast of Africa and Europe to London.
One of these itineraries aboard Seabourn Pursuit is the 27-day transatlantic voyage from Buenos Aires to Cape Verde. The journey begins in Tierra del Fuego, visits the Falklands, Tristan da Cunha and Ascension Island before ending in Cape Verde, the islands off the northwest coast of Africa.
“It is our privilege to open the world to those who desire adventurous experiences, and we are thrilled to unveil another series of expedition itineraries that reach the farthest corners of the globe,” said the president of Seabourn, Josh Leibowitz. “Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit are setting a new bar for luxury expedition travel.
These voyages are the second group to be published by Seabourn this spring; in April, the cruise line released its 2023-24 itineraries in Asia, the Middle East, New Zealand and other parts of the world.
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