Luxury cruise line Seabourn has revealed plans for a grand voyage across the Pacific Rim.
The grand tour is slated to depart from Singapore on March 4, 2017. The 89-night voyage will include destinations such as Sihanoukville, Cambodia; Laem Chabang and Ko Kood, Thailand; Da Nang, Halong Bay and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Coron, Boracay, Manila and Hundred Islands, Philippines; Incheon and Busan, South Korea; and Kaohsiung, Keelung and Hualien, Taiwan.
There will also be several visits to China including Xiamen, Hong Kong, Zhujiajian, Shanghai, Qingdao and Xinggang. Even more calls are planned in Japan, with Naha, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Kochi, Kobe, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Miyako, Kushiro, Aomori, Hakodate and Shimizu on the schedule.
The voyage will continue across the Pacific and will stop Kodiak, Skagway and Juneau, Alaska and the Victoria, British Columbia. The 89-night cruise will conclude in Seattle May 31, 2017.
According to USA Today, the three-month journey will start at $54,999 per person for the smallest ocean view cabins. The more luxurious suites will cost more than $100,000 per person. The fares are based on a double occupancy and do not include an additional $2,215.43 for taxes, fees and port expenses.
The Pacific Rim itinerary is just one of the stellar line-up destinations for fall 2016 and winter 2017. There will be cruise itineraries such as the 12-day Caribbean program in February 2017 from Bridgetown, Barbados, to Ft. Lauderdale, travelling the western side of the Caribbean, including Cartagena, Colombia as well as three new ports in Panama; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; the Colombian island of San Andres, and Key West, Fl. Travelers may also opt to extend the Caribbean voyage to the 39-day Exotic Caribbean Exploration, which will depart from Ft. Lauderdale to Barbados on January 24, 2017.
During the new fall 2016 and winter 2017 travel itineraries Seabourn will introduce its new cruise ship the Seabourn Encore. The Seabourn Encore will be designed by hospitality design icon Adam D. Tihany. It will feature many of the luxurious amenities consistent with the line’s reputation. However, the 40,350-GRT ship will be constructed with one additional deck and new expanded public areas and each suite will have its own private terrace. It is expected to carry 600 guests, based on double occupancy.
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