Is it time for a holiday, visiting some of the world's most fascinating destinations? If so, consider cruising. This is one of the best and most luxurious ways of travelling around the world, and there's nowhere this is more evident than on a Seabourn cruise liner.
Head to almost any destination in the world, with journeys available around Europe, Australasia, Asia, South America, Africa and the Middle East - and even Antarctica. The whole world is at your fingertips, whether you are eager for a jaunt around France and Italy or a more adventurous experience to southern Africa.
What can you expect on a Seabourn holiday? No matter where in the world you decide to visit, it's like travelling on a floating hotel with world-class service and facilities. A particular highlight is the attentive staff who get to know you and what you like personally, providing the most customised experience possible.
You never have to worry about packing and unpacking your bags multiple times, because your beautiful room travels with you everywhere. That's not all - you also get stunning restaurants, bars, pools, spas and entertainment venues to enjoy at your convenience for your whole holiday. Everything you could need during the whole experience is provided on board - plus there is a whole world of possibilities at each port of call.
Take the Seabourn Quest ship, for example. This travels to decadent destinations such as Mahon, St Tropez, Ajaccio, Monte Carlo and Monaco. The vessel is absolutely luxurious, with award-winning dining under the supervision of acclaimed celebrity chef Charlie Palmer. The main dining venue on this ship is The Restaurant, which serves up tantalising multi-course breakfasts, lunches and dinners in gorgeous surroundings, featuring those extra glamorous touches such as crystal chandeliers.
What's more, the ship is an intimate setting with a total passenger capacity of 450 only, so you will be treated with the utmost of care. That's what makes Seabourn particularly special.
Or consider the Seabourn Sojourn, which travels to exotic destinations such as India, Jordan and Egypt. Here you can experience a range of facilities, from massage and spa to a sports deck and beauty salon. Plus, there are incredibly sumptuous dining options on offer, too.
The entertainment offerings are second to none, including the Seabourn Square 'living room' style area, with chairs, sofas and cocktail tables for your relaxation. Then there's the Grand Salon, which hosts dancing, lectures, shows, cabaret and more, to keep you entertained while at sea.
Be sure to spend time at the incredibly indulgent spa facilities that span 11,400 square feet. Or relax in a whirlpool spa, or on a sun lounger on Deck 11. There are so many things to keep you occupied.
No matter which ship or journey you choose, you will also be treated to a beautiful selection of rooms. Opt for a balcony suit if you are eager to take in all the stunning views cruising has to offer. There's nothing like waking up and enjoying a morning tea or coffee on your own private deck, looking out at your new port of call or at the sparkling ocean before you.
With Seabourn, you will experience unparalleled luxury and attentive service the likes of which you will see nowhere else. From the high staff to passenger ratio to the beautiful facilities and tailored service, the treatment you receive on a Seabourn journey is truly extravagant.
If you yearn for a holiday where you visit stunning destinations, are truly pampered and surrounded by gorgeous rooms, facilities and entertainment, then Seabourn is likely right for you.
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