Seabourn has announced new Extended Explorations trips aboard Seabourn Sojourn during the fall 2018 and winter/spring 2019 season. Journeys range from 12 to 128 days in locations like the South Pacific, Hawaii, Australia & New Zealand, as well as Africa & Southeast Asia. Extended Explorations are designed for guests who prefer longer cruises and exotic destinations.
Itineraries are designed to give guests an in-depth experience in a specific region. The Extended Explorations include added value and amenities including enrichment programs featuring speakers discussing topics of regional and cultural interest, location-specific wine, destination themed menus including guest chefs, special cultural and art itineraries, itineraries with extended stays and overnights in ports to allow guests more time to explore a destination, and more.
Seabourn Sojourn has 225 ocean view suites measuring 295 to 1,682 square feet and almost all have a private veranda. There are also four dining locations, two bars, six outdoor whirlpools, two swimming pools, a nine-hole putting course, card rooms, fitness center, spa and more.
Isles of Polynesian Paradise and Isles of the Southern Cross Los Angeles to Auckland Exploration (Departs October 15; 34 Days) - Explore Hawaii, Kiribati, Bora Bora, Tahiti, Cook Islands, Tonga and Fiji, with three crossings of the International Date Line en route to Auckland. This itinerary is comprised of an 18 day and 16 day segment.
Landfalls of Captain Cook: Auckland to Sydney (Departs November 19; 22 Days) - Explore New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Queensland, Australia (including the Great Barrier Reef).
Holiday Australian Exploration: Sydney to Singapore (Departs December 11; 36 Days) - Sail to destinations throughout South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory, as well as East Timor, and Komodo, Bali and Java in Indonesia.
Passage to the Seychelles and African Isles & Cape Coast: Singapore to Cape Town (Departs January 16; 36 Days) - Travel to ports in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Victoria, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Mayotte, Mozambique, and South Africa. This sailing is comprised of a 14 day and 22 day segment.
South Africa & the Skeleton Coast: Cape Town to Cape Town (Departs February 21; 12 Days) - Visit ports in South Africa including Langebaan, Port Elizabeth and Mossel Bay before passing the Cape of Good Hope for Walvis Bay and Luderitz in Namibia en route to a round-trip return to Cape Town.
African Nights & Indian Ocean Isles and Myanmar & Malaysian Marvels: Cape Town to Singapore (Departs March 5; 36 Days) - Explore ports in South Africa, as well as in Madagascar, Réunion, Mauritius, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand and Malaysia, with an Equatorial crossing along the way en route to Singapore. This sailing is comprised of a 20 day and 16 day segment.
Jewels of Southeast Asia: Singapore to Shanghai (Departs April 10;18 Days) - Sail to ports in Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and the People's Republic of China including Hong Kong, as well as Taiwan, and Ishigaki, Japan.
Gems of China, Korea & Japan: Shanghai to Kobe (Departs April 28; 18 Days) - Visit various ports in the People's Republic of China, South Korea including Incheon (Seoul), and Japan including Hiroshima, en route to Kobe.
Kamchatka & Kuroshio Route: Kobe to Vancouver (Departs May 16, 21 Days) - Discover Aomori and Otaru in Japan, Petropavlovsk (Kamchatka) in Russia, and various ports in Alaska including Kodiak Island and Ketchikan, plus scenic cruising on Glacier Bay and the Inside Passage en route to Vancouver.