The cruise line’s Seabourn Odyssey kicked off its British Columbia and Alaska season earlier this summer with an eight-day sailing from Vancouver to Juneau. The journey took passengers to some of the most popular destinations and rarely visited ports throughout the Inside Passage.
The season will offer immersive experiences through the cruise line’s Ventures by Seabourn programme, featuring optional, for-charge guided kayak and Zodiac tours led by its expedition team.
The Seabourn Odyssey will feature 19 sailings in Alaska until October 2023, including 14 seven-day itineraries headed northbound or southbound between Vancouver and Juneau.
Guests can also combine two seven-day voyages to create 14-day round trip Vancouver journeys. The cruise ship will also offer 10-day Alaska Fjord Odyssey itineraries, as well as 11-day Inside Passage & Alaska Fjords roundtrips from Vancouver in September.
Each sailing will highlight the Hubbard Glacier, Tracy or Endicott Arm or Glacier Bay (a national park home to more than 50 named glaciers).
Ventures by Seabourn, which is available on all Alaska sailings, will include explorations of the Inian Islands, Rudyerd Bay (Misty Fjords) and Alert Bay in British Columbia.
The Alaska voyages will also include complimentary Seabourn all-weather jackets, opportunities for frequent wildlife sightings from the ship and shore, as well as complimentary events such as the Caviar on the Ice deck party.
Natalya Leahy, President of Seabourn, said: “Only on Seabourn can our guests visit the Last Frontier with an ultra-luxury experience that seamlessly blends exhilarating, up-close adventures with luxurious amenities that will leave guests with memories to last a lifetime.
“There is so much to experience in Alaska and British Columbia. From towering glaciers and untamed, dynamic landscapes to diverse wildlife and cultures, the land has everything to satisfy anyone’s thirst for adventure.”