Invitation To Pre-Book Special Voyages ~ For Our Treasured Guests: Seabourn’s inspiring 2024 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons

Seabourn has announced the name of their second new ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ship, the Seabourn Pursuit.

The name was chosen to reflect the passion exhibited by expedition travelers to seek out and explore natural wonders and destinations through immersive recreational activities around the world. And there is no better way to explore the world than on these remarkable expedition ships, Seabourn Pursuit in 2023 and her sister Seabourn Venture in 2022.

We are inviting you to join Seabourn’s inspiring 2024 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons. The pre-sale waitlist is closed but the voyage will open for sale to the public October 13, 2021. With very limited availability, don’t wait to book this once-in-a-lifetime voyage around the world in unmatched elegance and ease on board Seabourn Sojourn. We currently are offering an impressive range of Early Booking Amenities for full World Cruise guests.

Seabourn has temporarily extended a Shipboard Credit Offer, 10% Early Bonus Savings and Worry-Free Promise.

There will also be a special Black Friday offer to look forward to in November. More details on this to come soon!

Remember the Seabourn Encore’s exciting early return to sailing in February 2022 and her new series of Canary Island and Mediterranean voyages are now open for sale. Please email me ASAP at Support and I will put you in touch with one of our member cruise specialists.

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