Africa & Oceanic Realms Cruise
|1||Cape Town, South Africa|
|2||Passing the Cape of Good Hope|
|3||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|4||Durban, South Africa|
|5||Richards Bay, South Africa|
|6||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|7||Cruising the Mozambique Channel|
|8||Ilha de Mocambique|
|9||Cruising the Mozambique Channel|
|10||Andoany (Hell-Ville), Nosy-Be, Madagascar|
|11||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|12||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|17||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|18||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|19||Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles|
|21||Cruising the Indian Ocean|
|22||Crossing the Equator|
|25||Cruising the Laccadive Sea|
|26||Colombo, Sri Lanka|
|27||Hambantota (Sri Lanka)|
|28||Cruising the Bay of Bengal|
|29||Chennai (Madras), India|
|30||Chennai (Madras), India|
|31||Cruising the Bay of Bengal|
|32||Cruising the Bay of Bengal|
|33||Cruising the Andaman Sea|
|34||Sabang, Pulau We|
|36||Porto Malai Langkawi, Malaysia|
|37||Georgetown , Penang|
|38||Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia|
|41||Cruising the South China Sea|
|42||Cruising the Gulf of Thailand|
|43||Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand|
|44||Ko Kood, Thailand|
|46||Cruising the South China Sea|
|47||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|48||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|49||Cruising the South China Sea|
|50||Cruising the South China Sea|
|51||Hong Kong, China|
|52||Hong Kong, China|
|53||Cruising the South China Sea|
|54||Hundred Islands, Philippines|
|56||Cruising the Sulu Sea|
|57||Puerto Princesa, Philippines|
|58||Cruising the Sulu sea|
|59||Cruising the Celebes sea|
|60||Cruising the Java Sea|
|61||Benoa (Denpasar), Bali|
|62||Benoa (Denpasar), Bali|
|64||Cruising the Savu Sea|
|65||Cruising the Timor sea|
|67||Cruising the Arafura Sea|
|68||Cruising The Torres Strait|
|69||Cruising the Great Barrier Reef|
|73||Hamilton Island, Australia|
|74||Cruising The Coral Sea|
|76||Cruising the Tasman sea|
|79||Cruising the Tasman sea|
|80||Cruising the Tasman sea|
|81||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|82||Noumea, New Caledonia|
|83||Kuto, Ile des Pins, New Caledonia|
|84||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|85||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|86||Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji Islands|
|87||Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji Islands|
|88||Savusavu, Vanua Levi, Fiji|
|89||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|90||Cross International Dateline|
|90||Pago Pago, American Samoa|
|91||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|92||Crossing the Equator|
|94||Cross International Dateline|
|95||Tabuaeran (Fanning Island), Kiribati|
|95||Cross International Dateline|
|96||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|100||Manele Bay, Lanai, Hawaii, US|
|101||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|102||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|103||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|104||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|105||Cruising the Pacific Ocean|
|106||Passing the Golden Gate Bridge|
|106||San Francisco, California|
|107||San Francisco, California|
Seabourn Sojourn was built at the T. Mariotti yard in Genoa, Italy and joined the Seabourn fleet in June 2010.
Just like her sisters, Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Odyssey, she offers 225 ocean view suites measuring 295 to 1,682 square feet – 90% with private verandas. There are five Owner's Suites measuring up to 1,062 square feet (including the veranda) and four two-bedroom Grand Suites with up to 1,682 square feet of private living space. There are also 22 Penthouse Suites on the uppermost decks, each featuring up to 534 square feet of space – in short there is a suite to suit the needs and desires of every guest. All suites are furnished as you would expect - in the finest materials available. Flat screen TV’s, Egyptian cotton sheets and stand-alone bath tubs are all featured. You will also find luxury bath products from Molton Brown and fine soaps from Hermes.
Seabourn Sojourn also offers one of the most unusual features - an ingenious “living room” that replaces the traditional cruise ship lobby with a welcoming lounge filled with easy chairs, sofas and cocktail tables – it is the ideal place to people watch or spend an hour or two immersing yourself in a good book.
Dining with Seabourn is a large part of every voyage and The Restaurant is the main dining venue onboard Seabourn Quest, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in an open-seating style amid gleaming white linens, polished alabaster walls and stunning crystal chandeliers. There is also the Colonnade on Deck 8, Restaurant 2, The Patio Grill, 24-hour room service and of course, Seabourn’s signature Caviar in the Surf event ashore (where available). Evening Under the Stars events are also held onboard and feature deck BBQ’s and Gala parties.
Seabourn Sojourn Dining Options
The Colonnade - An expansive indoor-outdoor dining venue serving lavish station buffets for breakfast and lunch, and themed dinners served tableside.
Restaurant 2 - An intimate alternative dining venue serving innovative small plates tasting menus for dinners nightly.
Patio Grill (Deck 8 Mid-ships) - Casual poolside dining featuring grilled specialties, salads and sides for lunch and dinner, and freshly baked pizzas throughout the afternoon.
The Restaurant - The main dining venue on board, capable of accommodating all guests. The Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on an open-seating basis, inviting guests to dine when, where and with whom they wish for every meal.
Seabourn Sojourn Features
The Sun Terrace - 36 double sun beds for enjoying sunshine by day and stars and moon by night.
The Retreat - A multi-use plaza with two shuffleboard courts and a 9-hole contoured golf putting green.
Observation Bar - A stunning round lounge with a square bar and panoramic 270? views. Early Risers’ Coffee and Tea is served here every morning.
Spa Terrace - The upper level of The Spa at Seabourn contains a private Spa Villa and a breezy outdoor relaxation cabana for use by Spa patrons, as well as a small whirlpool spa.
Sky Bar - An alfresco oasis for drinks and socializing overlooking the Pool Patio.
The Spa at Seabourn - The largest spa facility on any luxury cruise ship, with six treatment rooms, a thermal area featuring a large hydro-pool, dry float, sauna and steam rooms, a full-service salon, well-equipped gym and a motion studio featuring a Kinesis Wall and Thai massage area.
Pool Patio - An expansive open deck surrounding a swimming pool and a pair of large whirlpool spas.
Patio Bar - Full beverage, cocktail and wine service, fruit smoothies and gelati on the pool deck.
Seabourn Square - Seabourn’s innovative “living room” replaces the conventional reception lobby with a welcoming lounge filled with comfortable sofas, easy chairs and cocktail tables.
The Shops at Seabourn - Three duty-free shops are arrayed along the starboard side of the walkway.
Card Room - For bridge, board games, puzzles and with a large-screen setup for the Wii.
Grand Salon - The ship’s main showroom. Lectures, cooking demonstrations, movies and other gatherings are held here in the daytime. In the evenings, live music for dancing before dinner gives way to vocal production shows, cabaret performances, comedy, and classical recitals, as well as more dancing later.
Forward Whirlpool Spa - A single large whirlpool spa is located on the open deck all the way forward on Deck 6.
The Club - The liveliest lounge on board is the scene of daily afternoon tea service. It is a popular spot for pre-dinner drinks and dancing to live music. After dinner, the dancing music continues, and later a DJ spins dance music until late at night. Another terrace of open deck aft of The Club boasts a plunge pool and two small whirlpool spas.
The Casino - Forward of The Club on starboard side, a casino offers blackjack, roulette, poker and slot machines.
Self Service Launderettes - Just aft of the Deck 5 suites, two self-service launderettes are available for guests’ use with washer, dryer and ironing facilities.
The Marina - Water-skiing, kayaking, banana boat rides and pedal boating right from the ship. A steel-mesh enclosure allows safe swimming in the sea. Selected ports only.
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