Trouble viewing the video? View on Youtube instead. The Seabourn Difference — Video Transcript
Seabourn is in the ultra-luxury cruise segment. But what does that mean to you as a cruise passenger? Come along with me, and I’ll show you The Seabourn Difference.
Introduced between 2009 and 2011, Seabourn’s three newest ships are among the youngest vessels in the luxury cruise segment. These stylish ships are like floating boutique hotels that cruise itineraries worldwide.
With fewer than 230 suites each, Seabourn’s three vessels are intimate and refined. You’ll find gorgeous public rooms, inviting social spaces and expansive deck space.
There are multiple open-seating fine dining venues featuring a range of dining options, including al fresco dining and, in all venues, fine wines are served on a complimentary basis.
Seabourn ships are all-inclusive, meaning that you can enjoy cocktails, champagne and other adult beverages free of charge.
Whether you enjoy taking time to keep fit while on your vacations or pampering yourself to spa treatments, you’ll find gorgeous spa areas and well-equipped fitness centers on Seabourn ships.
Your home away from home not only features spacious suites equipped with luxurious amenities but also beautiful views that change daily from the privacy of your suite veranda.
Your gracious room attendant welcomes you aboard with chilled champagne and canapés, a nice beginning to your cruise aboard Seabourn.
Seabourn sails to destinations worldwide, with itineraries that feature both bucket-list marquee ports to small ports that the big ships often can’t visit.
On Seabourn, you’ll experience gracious world-class service, where the goal is not to dig into your pockets, as gratuities are neither required nor expected, but to win your approval for a job well done.
Perhaps the best part of a Seabourn cruise is the carefree lifestyle that comes from knowing you’re in good hands. And at the end of the day, that’s what really counts.
So we’ve shown you a few things that make Seabourn vessels unique. There’s a lot more too. But to discover those, you’ll have to come on board and see for yourself.
Note: Seabourn hosted us for this voyage and paid video production costs.