Seabourn: World Cruise 2013


Seabourn World Cruise

At some point, everyone dreams of escaping. Embarking on a voyage and simply sailing to every destination you’ve wanted to see. It’s possible with Seabourn’s World Cruise in 2013. “Join a close-knit of like-minded travelers gathering peak experiences day after glorious day.”

World Cruise itineraries can include – up to 50% savings, round-trip air credit, round-trip transfers between airport and ship, shipboard credit, complimentary shore experiences and much more. Fares for the full 116-day voyage include a wide array of complimentary benefits and amenities. In addition, for guests unable to sail the entire 116-day voyage, shorter segments are available ranging from 21 to 90 days.

In January 2013 the brand new Seabourn Quest will embark from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and set sail on a 116-day World Cruise. The voyage will visit exotic destinations including the South pacific, Australia, Indonesia and Southeast Asia, India, Arabia and the Mediterranean. The trip will culminate on May 3, 2013 upon arrival in Venice, Italy. In total, the World Cruise will visit 51 ports in 27 countries on six continents. The itinerary includes a number of destinations that are maiden ports such as Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji; Kuto, Ile des Pins and Nouméa, Grande Terre in New Caledonia and Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

“Seabourn Quest’s 2013 World Cruise is an extraordinary journey, offering guests a unique opportunity to become well-traveled in a single voyage,” said John Delaney, Seabourn’s Senior Vice President of marketing and sales. “This voyage will bring together adventurous travelers, inviting them to gather a lifetime of memories and shared experiences they will cherish forever.”

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