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APT to charter two Seabourn ships as part of new multi-year partnership

David Cox, CEO of APT (left) and Natalya Leahy, President of Seabourn (right)
photo_camera David Cox, CEO of APT (left) and Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn (right)

APT and Seabourn have entered a multi-year partnership which will see the touring specialist charter two of the luxury cruise line’s expedition vessels

APT will operate Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit on sailings to the UK, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, the Kimberley, and Antarctica in 2025.

Chief executive of APT Travel Group David Cox said: “We are excited to embark on this journey with Seabourn, to create unforgettable travel experiences for our guests.

“This collaboration represents a significant milestone for both companies as we elevate the luxury for our guests in partnership with Seabourn.”

APT and Seabourn itineraries on sale now

Seabourn president Natalya Leahy echoed Cox and added: “We are delighted to join forces with APT, a trusted name in the travel industry renowned for its commitment to excellence. Together, we’re excited to offer travellers exclusive opportunities to explore the world in unprecedented luxury.”

Cruises are on sale now for Northern Europe, the Arctic and the Kimberley in 2025 with APT’s new Antarctica itineraries set to launch in early March for 2026 departures.

It comes after Wendy Lahmich confirmed she will step down from her role as director of sales for the line and leave the travel industry following a career spanning 30 years.

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