Seabourn Unveils 2025 Euoropean Itineraries

Seabourn has unveiled its 2025 Europe season with a range of itineraries sailing to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and Canary Islands. Seabourn Ovation, Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Sojourn will take guests on more than 60 sailings to hidden harbors, marquee ports and natural wonders between March and November 2025.

Between February and April 2025, Seabourn Sojourn will travel to Morocco and the Canary Islands on four voyages, ranging from seven to 14 days, before sailing north to explore Norway, Iceland and the British Isles. Port highlights include El Hierro, Casablanca, Oban, Saint Helier, Reykjavik and Tromsø. This season comprises nine itineraries, spanning seven to 24 days across the region, culminating with the “Voyage of the Vikings,” from Dover to Quebec.

Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Ovation will visit the Mediterranean, Greek Isles and Dalmatian Coast between March and November 2025. Guests can choose from 24 unique voyages spanning seven to 14 days. Highlights include “Shopping with the Chef” where guests enjoy the sights and sounds of regional markets in Croatia, Montenegro, Barcelona, Venice, and more.

Seabourn Encore will sail to Greece, Turkey, the Dalmatian Coast, and beyond. Seven-day voyages sail to and from Piraeus, Haifa, Istanbul, Venice or Dubrovnik, while 14- to 32-day combination voyages offer guests the chance to spend more time to enjoy local culinary arts, culture and hospitality. Port highlights include Kusadasi (Ephesus) and Katakalon (Olympia).

Between March and November 2025, Seabourn Ovation will offer 25 unique sailings ranging from seven to 14 days embarking from Lisbon, Rome, Barcelona or Monte Carlo, where guests will explore a number of hidden and historic gems in the region. Port highlights include Cartagena and Cagliari.

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