Seabourn Ovation Maiden Season Itineraries Available for Booking

Seabourn Ovation Keel Laying
Seabourn Ovation Keel Laying

Maiden season voyages aboard Seabourn Ovation are now open for booking. The newest ship in the luxury cruise line’s fleet is scheduled to be delivered in spring 2018, and its inaugural voyage will depart May 5 from Venice, Italy to Barcelona, Spain. It will sail a variety of voyages around Europe between May and November 2018, stopping at ports in Northern Europe, the United Kingdom, and Mediterranean. 
 
On its 11-day inaugural voyage, Seabourn Ovation will sail along the Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas, making calls in Croatia, Montenegro, Greece, Malta, Italy, France, and Spain. After the maiden voyage, it Seabourn Ovation will sail a series of seven-day Baltic and Scandinavia cruises between Copenhagen and Stockholm, which will include the line's signature three-day stay in St. Petersburg, Russia. Seabourn Ovation will also sail on longer 14-day voyages, visiting the Norwegian fjords and British Isles.
 
Seabourn Ovation will be the second new ship in the line's award-winning Odyssey-class ships, which introduced enhanced accommodations and innovative amenities. Sister ship Seabourn Encore was introduced in Singapore on January 7 of this year.
 
Designed by Adam D. Tihany, the 40,350-GRT ship will be configured with one additional deck and new expanded public areas, and will carry just 600 guests, based on double occupancy. In addition, every suite will have a private veranda. Like the rest of the Seabourn fleet, Seabourn Ovation will maintain a high ratio of space per guest, along with highly personalized service.

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