Sneak Peek: Seabourn Venture's Expedition Suites

Seabourn has released images of new guest suites on its two new purpose-built expedition ships, which are set to launch in June 2021 and May 2022, respectively. The Veranda, Panoramic Veranda, and Penthouse suite categories are spaces designed by Adam D. Tihany for Seabourn Venture and its soon-to-be-named sibling vessel.

Here Are the Suites

Veranda Suite: The most abundant suite category found on Seabourn ships. Amenities include a separate seating area with a coffee/dining table for two, a queen-sized or two twin beds, spacious walk-in closet and a sliding glass door leading to a private furnished veranda.

Total space: 355 square feet including veranda of 78 square feet.

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Veranda Spa Suite: These two suites, located on Deck 7, feature the same amenities as the Veranda Suite and include additional in-suite spa amenities and spa concierge service available in conjunction with Spa & Wellness with Dr. Andrew Weil, including a selection of teas and fresh juices.

Total space: 355 square feet including veranda of 78 square feet.

Panoramic Veranda Suite: A new for Seabourn suite category featuring a semi-circular living area with seating and floor-to-ceiling windows providing guests a perspective of the world outside including views from their suite. A queen-sized bed or twin beds are also oriented to face the windows.

The bathroom features a separate shower and large soaking tub placed next to a window, providing views to the private furnished veranda and outdoor landscapes.

Total space: 417 square feet including veranda of 85 square feet.

Penthouse Suite: Each of the Penthouse Suites, located on Deck 8, includes a living area with dining table for two, a high-definition TV, large windows, a sliding glass door to the private furnished veranda, and makeup vanity. A separate bedroom that can be closed off from the rest of the suite has its own high-definition TV and is adjacent to a marble-lined bathroom with separate shower and bathtub. Penthouse Suites also come with a Nespresso machine with a variety of coffee choices.

Total space: 529 square feet including veranda of 96 square feet.

Penthouse Spa Suite: The Penthouse Spa suite, located on Deck 7, is ideal for the traveler who would like to stay near the onboard spa & wellness facilities. This suite features the same amenities as the Penthouse Suite along with added in-suite spa amenities in conjunction with Spa & Wellness with Dr. Andrew Weil for the guest with wellness in mind, including a selection of blossoming teas and fresh juices.

Total space: 637 square feet including veranda of 205 square feet.

Note: Some veranda sizes vary.

Guests with disabilities will also find accessible suites available in both the Penthouse and Veranda categories.

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