Seabourn has revealed that it will visit the Kimberley region in northern Australia for the first time in its history.
The voyages, on Seabourn Pursuit between June and August 2024, are part of the line’s wider 2024 and winter/spring 2025 expedition programmes.
Seabourn Pursuit and Seabourn Venture will explore the South Pacific, Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, Iceland and more, the cruise line confirmed in a statement.
In addition to the Kimberley, Pursuit will visit Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and sail to the South Pacific from Chile to Melanesia between March and October 2024.
Meanwhile, Venture will return for another season in the UK, Ireland, Norway, Greenland, Iceland and the Canadian Arctic.
All 2024 and 2025 expedition voyages are now on sale.
Seabourn to ‘bring destinations to life’
The company’s vice-president and general manager of expeditions Robin West said: “These new expeditions are going to be thrilling and offer so many opportunities for guests to discover the natural and cultural wonders found in some of the farthest corners of the planet, including our first visit to the Kimberley in Australia.
“Best of all, guests will be experiencing everything in the company of expedition team members who will bring the wonders of each destination to life.
“We’re looking forward to many Seabourn Moments with our guests, filled with thoughtful experiences for reconnection, discovery and adventure.”
Seabourn senior business development manager Dani Scannella recently joined Cruise Trade News’ Cruise Corner to discuss the latest developments at the ultra-luxury cruise line.