Seabourn reveals new 2021/22 Caribbean deployment for Ovation

Series of new sailings from Miami after Oceania season was axed goes on sale

Seabourn is now accepting reservations for series of new itineraries aboard Seabourn Ovation operated out of Miami between November 2021 and April 2022, coinciding with the ship’s maiden stop in a US port.

Seabourn Ovation was originally scheduled to operate in Australia and New Zealand over the same period, however ongoing border restrictions in the Oceania region saw that program shelved last month.

Commencing 18 November 2021, Seabourn Ovation will cruise the Caribbean, starting with three 11-day voyages roundtrip from Miami in November and December 2021. The ship will visit iconic Caribbean destinations, including San Juan, the hidden harbours of Guadeloupe and Jost Van Dyke, St. Kitts & Nevis, Antigua and more. Departure dates include 18 and 29 November and 10 December 2021.

Seabourn Ovation

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Following the Caribbean voyages, the ship will explore the Panama Canal and Central America between December 2021 and March 2022. On 21 December the ship will sail on a 21-Day Holiday Panama Canal voyage from Miami to Los Angeles, followed by a 19-day voyage back to Miami. Both of these voyages will include a full transit of the Panama Canal.

Beginning 30 January 2022, Seabourn Ovation will offer four Central America voyages roundtrip from Miami, enabling guests to discover Mayan civilisations, vibrant cultures and amazing tropical destinations in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize and Panama. These voyages also include a partial transit of the Panama Canal.

Lake Gatun, Panama (supplied)

Prior to its arrival in the US, the ship will offer a Canary Islands 14-day voyage from Barcelona to Lisbon, Portugal, departing on 23 October. The ship will then cross the Atlantic Ocean on a 12-day voyage departing from Lisbon to Miami. Seabourn Ovation heads back to Europe with a 13-day crossing from Miami to Lisbon on 27 March 2022. The ship will return to the Canary Islands and also visit Morocco and Tangier during a 14-day voyage departing 9 April from Lisbon to Monte Carlo.


Lead image: Guadeloupe | Credit: Stéphane PLISSON from Pixabay 

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