The Yachts of Seabourn has unveiled its 2009-2010 Collection, with 143 voyages, visiting more than 220 ports in 66 countries on five continents.
New ports, or ports where Seabourn has not visited in several years, include St Raphael, Bandol and Antibes on the French Riviera; Opatija and Split in Croatia; Brindisi, Bari, and Trieste, Italy; and Lundy Island and the Isles of Scilly.
The new Seabourn Odyssey’s World Cruise, in early 2010, will also add areas in the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand that have been missing from the luxury line’s itineraries in recent years. Late-night stays and overnights in 30 key ports have also been added, such as Mykonos, St Tropez, St Barts, Portofino and Rhodes.
In addition to the new Yachting Collection, Seabourn has also launched a new-look website, offering more port descriptions with cultural highlights and allowing guests to book pre- and post-hotel stays as well as overland journeys and shore excursions.
There is also a direct link to Seabourn’s concierge desk so guests can make personalised arrangements for their cruise, from local dining reservations to private car hire. Look up more at www.seabourn.com or, for a copy of the 2009-2010 brochure, call 0845 070 0500