Seabourn Lays Out Details On 2019 European Cruises

Seabourn outlined its 2019 season in Europe, featuring four ships making 66 departures from 14 unique locations. The Seabourn Encore, Seabourn Quest, Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Ovation will travel to more than 200 different European destinations on cruises lasting from seven to 45 days.

The 2019 lineup includes stops in the Aegean and Greek Isles, the Western Mediterranean, the Scottish Highlands, the Baltic, Norway’s North Cape, the Norwegian fjords, Iceland and Greenland. Seabourn’s season also sees the addition of more than a dozen new or recently unvisited ports.

The Seabourn Ovation will sail mostly around northern and western Europe. The ship’s schedule includes seven-day trips between Copenhagen and Stockholm in the Baltic; a 14-day trips around Norway, the North Cape and the British Isles; and a 14-day voyage from Dublin to Lisbon, stopping in Paris.

The Seabourn Encore will travel around the Western Mediterranean visiting the Iberian Peninsula, Malta, Sicily and the Italian and French Rivieras. The ship will take passengers on seven-, 10- and 11-day cruises traveling from Rome to Barcelona, Monte Carlo and Athens.

The Seabourn Quest will also travel around northern Europe on 15-day voyages visiting the British Isles, Iceland and Norway. These trips will include the option to go on Zodiac, hiking and kayaking expeditions. The boat will end the 2019 cruise season with two three-week cruises. The first will be a 21-day voyage from Dover to Reykjavik and the second will travel from Reykjavik to Montreal on a 24-day trip.

The Seabourn Odyssey will take passengers on seven- and 14-day cruises through the Mediterranean, along the Aegean and Adriatic coasts. Travelers will have the opportunity to explore the Greek Isles, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Rome, the Rivieras, Spain and Morocco.

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