Seabourne has announced a 140-day 2021 World Cruise: Extraordinary Oceans, featuring stops at 60 ports in 32 countries on 6 continents.
It will be a remarkable opportunity for guests to experience one of the world’s great travel adventures in style. The cruise is set to visit 60 ports and destinations in 32 countries on six continents with unforgettable experiences to engage and enjoy along the way.
Scheduled to depart Miami on January 3, 2021, the World Cruise will sail east-to-west visiting Central America, the west coast of South America, the islands of the South Pacific, Australia, Indonesia, and Africa, before ending in Barcelona, Spain, on May 24, 2021.
The new World Cruise itinerary is the work of Tim Littley, Seabourn’s Senior Director of Itinerary Planning, who designed it with “differentiation” in mind. “I wanted this World Cruise to be exploratory in nature, focused thematically on alluring destinations and experiences that are a blend of sought after favourites combined with other smaller, quaint ports that are perhaps a bit unknown to some,” Littley said.
As the name of the World Cruise implies, Seabourn Sojourn will cross two great oceans – Pacific and Indian – as well as traverse the Atlantic Ocean along the coast of Africa. The 140-day voyage will include 10 overnights and linger late into the evening in 16 ports, offering guests ample opportunities to explore these fascinating destinations in depth.