Seabourn opens bookings for 2024 world cruise

Seabourn opens bookings for 2024 world cruise

The 145-day voyage aboard Seabourn Sojourn visits 72 destinations in 28 countries

Seabourn has opened bookings for its 145-day 2024 world cruise, visiting 72 destinations and ports in 28 countries on five continents.

On sale from today (October 13), Seabourn Sojourn will depart Los Angeles on January 11, 2024, and will visit Hawaii, the islands of the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, a number of destinations in Asia, Arabia, Egypt and the Holy Land, before ending in Athens, Greece, on June 5, 2024.

Shorter segments of the Extraordinary Horizons voyage that range from 22 to 89 days are also available to book.

The voyage will include 20 overnight stays, including one in Safaga (Luxor), Egypt, and the ship will stay late into the evening in 21 ports.

Complimentary events include a beach barbecue in Ko Kood, Thailand, and a classical concert under the stars in the ancient ruins of Kusadasi, Turkey.

Trip highlights include sand-tobogganing on the world’s tallest dune on the Queensland coast and a two-night stay in Haifa, filled with the Unesco World Heritage landmarks of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Judea and Galilee.

Optional shore excursions will be available in 25 ports and there will also be a number of mid-voyage overland excursions on offer where guests disembark at one port and re-join the ship at another port.

Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, said: “Our 2024 World Cruise aboard Seabourn Sojourn promises to be an extraordinary journey across the world. Whether guests book the entire 145-day voyage or join us on one of the many available segments, guests can look forward to visiting many of the world’s most prized destinations and have opportunity to immerse themselves in diverse cultures.”

He added: “Booking a world cruise with Seabourn for 2024 offers a truly incomparable chance to explore the world on the number one rated cruise line.”

View the entire itinerary on Seabourn’s website.

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