Seabourn and Holland America Line have released details of rescheduled restart dates.

Seabourn urges guests to take cruise to ‘next level’ with wave offers

Seabourn has unveiled The Suite Life Event, a concept that features offers on select summer 2022 and winter/spring 2023 voyages across the fleet.

Running to 1 March 2022, this special wave offer includes complimentary two category veranda suite upgrades and other benefits such as reduced deposits and inclusive air and transfers in select markets.

It applies to select worldwide 2022/2023 cruises in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Antarctica and Patagonia, Alaska, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Arabia & India, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, South America, Pacific Coast, and transatlantic voyages, as well as expedition voyages on Seabourn Venture.

The Suite Life can be combined with other Seabourn promotions, including the line’s early bonus savings promotion, which offers an additional 10 per cent savings off the base cruise fare to guests who pay their booking in full by 1 March 2022.

Other combinable promotions include group rates, solo traveller offers, and Seabourn Club Savings, which provides an extra five percent savings to Seabourn Club Members.

Vice-president of global sales Steve Smotrys said: “Our guests are ready to live their best life. They are ready to pack their bags and to explore the world again. This is their moment to enjoy the ultra-luxury style of travel found only on a Seabourn voyage.

“The Suite Life Event marks the best time to plan to set sail with us to see the many beautiful destinations we visit.”

Seabourn Venture, the line’s first purpose-built expedition ship, will launch in April 2022.

Venture is scheduled to depart for its inaugural cruise – Wild & Ancient British Isles Voyage – on 10 April 2022, sailing from Greenwich to Leith.

It will be joined by a second ship, Seabourn Pursuit, which will depart for its inaugural voyage on 4 April 2023 from Reykjavik.

Both ships will carry two custom-built submarines, 24 zodiacs, kayaks, and a 26-person expert expedition team.

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