Seabourn Opens Individual Segments of 2026 World Cruise for Sale

Seabourn has announced that four individual segments are now open for sale for the 2026 “World Cruise – Ring of Fire: Hidden Gems” aboard Seabourn Sojourn. Ranging from 22 to 48 days, these shorter segments are designed for guests who are not able to sail on the entire 129-day World Cruise to still experience a part of this voyage.

Highlights of the new 2026 World Cruise segments include:

The 49-day “Pearls of the South Pacific: Los Angeles to Sydney” – Guests can visit six island groups, including the Hawaiian Islands, Tahiti and French Polynesia, Fiji, New Caledonia, Vanuatu and New Zealand. Travelers can enjoy extended stays in Honolulu, Bora Bora and Tahiti, as well as an overnight in Auckland before exploring Fiordland National Park. Shore excursions include a Catamaran Lagoon Cruise with Shark Ray Feeding & Beach BBQ in Bora Bora; a Taste of Vanilla & Taha’a Motu Picnic in Papeete; a Mystery Island Drift Snorkel in Vanuatu; a Unique Kiwi Experience in Wellington; a Whale Watch Ocean Safari via helicopter in Kaikoura; and more.

The 39-day “Coral Coast: Circumnavigation & Sapphire Seas: Sydney to Hong Kong” – Coastal beauty will be the focus of this circumnavigation of Australia, visiting 14 ports, overnighting in Sydney and Melbourne, and extending stays in Hobart and Broome. The itinerary includes Seabourn’s first-ever call to Robe, amid the Limestone Coast of South Australia, as well as cruising the Kimberley Coast. Lombok and Bali in Indonesia, and Puerto Princesa in the Philippines are also on the itinerary. Featured shore excursions include Discover the Blue Mountains in Sydney; Wildlife and Wineries in Melbourne; Sunset Camel Rides at Cable Beach in Broome; Litchfield National Park: Termite Mounds & Falls in Darwin; Royal Temple, Monkey Forest and Tanah Lot Pagoda in Benoa; Subterranean River National Park in Puerto Princesa; and more.

The 23-day “Isle of Jade and Beyond: Hong Kong to Tokyo” – From Hong Kong, Tokyo and Busan to hidden ports such as Ishigaki, Miyako and Aomori in Japan, every destination will tell a tale inspired by local culture, cuisine and crafts. A circumnavigation of Japan will cruise in the historic Japan Inland Sea and Kanmon Strait. Shore excursions include Evening Harbor Cruise in Hong Kong; Taroka Gorge & Kang-Ten Temple in Hualien; Explore Gjang Temple and Forest in Busan; Sanriku Coastline by Train and Kitayamazaki Cliffs in Miyako; and more.

The 22-day “Golden Gardens & Glaciers: Tokyo to Vancouver” – The home stretch of the World Cruise begins amid the "Golden Week" in Japan and proceeds with a transpacific voyage across the ocean to Alaska as the season begins to change to summer. Guests can explore smaller ports in the Last Frontier, against a backdrop of rugged volcanic terrain, indigenous history and seaside gems. Featured shore excursions include Local Sake Brewery & Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Japan; Lake Mashu and Onsen in Kushiro; and more.

Seabourn Sojourn is set to depart for the 2026 World Cruise from Los Angeles on January 6, 2026. The ship will wind its way through the lush volcanic islands and atolls of the South Pacific, around the wild coasts of Australia, and through the islands of Japan in time for spring flower season. It will then sail to Alaska, exploring Glacier Bay National Park and before finishing in Vancouver on May 15.

The 129-day 2026 World Cruise will visit 63 destinations in 14 countries over 28,000 nautical miles, with seven overnights, seven extended stays, and two crossings of the International Date Line through the Ring of Fire.

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