Seabourn opens sales for 2024 Alaska, Canada

25 departures from 7- to 14-days duration, including New England

Seabourn has opened reservations for its 2024 Alaska, Canada and New England season, with 25 immersive voyages across the regions.

Seabourn Odyssey will operate 18 sailings from seven- to 11-days from May to October 2024. Seabourn Quest will sail the coasts of Canada and New England with seven sailings of 12- to 14-days between August and October 2024.

The intimate size and manoeuvrability of Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Quest – each carrying just 458 passengers – assure privileged views at every turn, as well as exploration of unique destinations, remote locations and smaller and interesting ports. This paired with a carefully curated, enriching schedule, will allow guests to experience these locations in a deep and genuine way.

Seabourn guests on Rainbow Falls hike, Alaska

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Highlights of The Majesty of Alaska aboard Seabourn Odyssey include:

  • Each sailing will take in at least one glacier, with Glacier Bay featured on 5 voyages through the season
  • Seabourn Journeys (pre or post-cruise excursions to destinations with land-based accommodations and explorations of remarkable destinations that can’t be accessed on single-day excursions) include The Denali Experience – a 5-night trip out of Juneau to take in the highest mountain in North America via road, rail and air
  • Variety of ‘active luxury’ adventures via Ventures by Seabourn (with optional escorted activities for guests to get up close to wildlife and other wonders via hike, kayak, catamaran and Zodiac) including explorations at Hubbard Glacier, Tracy/Endicott Arm, Inian Islands, Rudyerd Bay, Alert Bay and more.

Highlights of The Colours & Spirit of Fall in Canada & New England aboard Seabourn Quest:

  • Timed perfectly through the height of autumn, the itinerary will open travellers’ eyes to the renowned seasonal beauty of the northeast with vivid shades from crimson to gold from the forests fringing Saguenay Fjord all the way along the coast of the St. Lawrence River.
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