Seabourn has partnered with the Government of Barbados to develop a series of sailings for the northern summer operating round-trip from Bridgetown, Barbados beginning on 18 July, 2021.
The ultra-luxury cruise line previously announced plans to resume guest operations in Greece aboard Seabourn Ovation starting 3 July.
The new program, now on sale, will see Seabourn Odyssey operate 7-day cruises from Barbados to Southern Caribbean destinations, including Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, and St. Kitts. Guests can also choose a 14-day option, which combines the two seven-day itineraries between Windward and Leeward Islands in the Caribbean Sea. Previously released itineraries for autumn 2021 sailings include additional port calls in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Guadeloupe, and Martinique.
Itineraries include Seabourn experiences such as “Caviar in the Surf” at Carambola Beach which has become a perennial favourite, allowing guests to enjoy beautiful beaches while Seabourn team members wade through turquoise water to serve chilled caviar and Champagne. The day also includes a lavish barbecue lunch featuring grilled lobster, fresh fruit and other delicious dishes. A Marina Day is also scheduled, where the ship’s staff treat guests to an afternoon of active watersports operated directly from a platform on the back of the ship.
“We are grateful to be working in concert with the Government of Barbados to restart tourism in Barbados and the Caribbean Sea,” said Josh Leibowitz, President of Seabourn. “The entire Seabourn family is energised to provide our award-winning service, dining and entertainment on board Seabourn Odyssey starting again this July.”
Each sailing features a sea day for time spent aboard the vessel.
The series of voyages are open to any guests that are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Seabourn is finalising additional details for these voyages, including more information on the shoreside experiences. More details on the Barbados program here.
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