Seabourn announces non-expedition voyages with ‘The Collection’

Seabourn Venture hosts just 264 guests in spacious all veranda suites

Seabourn has introduced ‘The Collection’, a series of special sailings that feature extraordinary curated onshore events that complement the unparalleled experiences found on onboard its ultra-luxury ships.

Launched in 2022 and carrying just 264 guests in spacious all veranda suites, Seabourn’s first purpose-built expedition ship Seabourn Venture will sail into some of the Mediterranean’s most exclusive yacht harbours, pretty villages and fascinating world heritage sites on five special non-expedition voyages, called ‘The Collection’.

Guests will enjoy small-ship cruising at its finest with the Seabourn All-Inclusive Difference – personalised service, complimentary bubbles, fine grapes and spirits, luxuriously designed suites, an appealing array of eight dining venues, and more.

‘The Collection’ will feature five 7 to 10-night Mediterranean voyages onboard Seabourn’s 132 all-veranda-suite Seabourn Venture.

Depending on the itinerary they select, guests will enjoy exclusive access to private cultural events, fine dining at world renowned wineries and premium tickets to iconic tennis tournaments in a selection of marquee ports.

‘The Collection’ will comprise:

• Two ‘Mediterranean Marvels & Matches’ sailings between Barcelona and Rome of 7 and 8 days with overnights and tickets to the Monte Carlo Masters and Barcelona Open Tennis Tournaments

• Two ‘Andalusian Nights’ 10-day sailings between Barcelona and Lisbon featuring an overnight in Seville with an exclusive shoreside event.

• A ‘Vineyard Vista’ 8-day sailing between Lisbon and Dublin with an overnight in Bordeaux and an exclusive shoreside event.

These new voyages will provide guests with opportunities to experience life on board an ultra-luxury, purpose-built expedition ship in these destinations before the ship returns to its expedition-focused voyages in summer, when Seabourn Venture will offer a programme of British Isles, Arctic and Greenland voyages as well as two 23-night Northwest Passage expeditions.