“Seabourn Quest’s 2013 World Cruise is an extraordinary journey, offering guests a unique opportunity to become well-traveled in a single voyage,” said John Delaney, Seabourn’s Senior Vice President of marketing & sales. “This voyage will bring together adventurous travelers, inviting them to gather a lifetime of memories and shared experiences they will cherish forever.”
Seabourn Quest’s 2013 World Cruise will call at 51 ports in 27 countries on six continents, featuring a combination of visits to world famous marquee ports and hidden gems, as well as overnight stays in some of the world’s greatest cities. The itinerary also includes a number of destinations that are either maiden calls or ports that the line has not visited in years, such as Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji; Kuto, Ile des Pins and NoumÃ©a, Grande Terre in New Caledonia and Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
Fares for the full 116-day voyage include a value-packed menu of complimentary benefits and amenities, including:
A pre-cruise Gala Bon Voyage event and luxury overnight stay in Ft. Lauderdale
Special shoreside events and exclusive complimentary shore excursions
Personal Valet luggage shipping service of up to 150 pounds
Shipboard credits of $2,500 per guest
Private car transfers, including door-to-door from the guests’ homes
Complimentary round-trip business class air or $2,500 air credit
Onboard gala celebrations
A variety of special gifts
Rates for the full 116-day world cruise begin at $49,640 per person, based on double occupancy. For guests who cannot sail on the entire 116-day voyage, shorter segments ranging from 21 to 90 days are also available, with rates starting at $11,350 per person, based on double occupancy, that also include certain complimentary amenities.
In addition to the 2013 World Cruise, Seabourn Quest will also set sail on its 109-day Maiden World Cruise, departing January 5, 2012, from Ft. Lauderdale to Venice on a unique eastbound course via South America, South Africa, the Indian Ocean, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. Rates for the full 2012 World Cruise, which also include complimentary World Cruise amenities, start at $43,080 per person, based on double occupancy. Shorter segments are also available.
Introduced on June 20, 2011, Seabourn Quest is the third iteration of the sleek and widely admired design that first appeared as Seabourn Odyssey in June 2009, and has been hailed as “a game-changer for the luxury segment.”
Seabourn Quest’s 225 luxurious and spacious suites, 90 percent of which offer private verandas, feature separate living areas and bedrooms, writing desks with personalized stationery, and generously sized granite bathrooms with separate bath and shower and twin sinks. Suites are outfitted with walk-in closets, an interactive flat-screen TV with a wide selection of music and movies, and iPod and MP3 connections. Personal bars and refrigerators are stocked according to guest preferences.
For foodies everywhere, Seabourn Quest offers gourmet dining experiences in four dining venues that rival the finest restaurants anywhere, all at no extra charge. All dining venues, as well as six bars and lounges, serve a full range of beverages, including Champagne, fine wines and spirits, with Seabourn’s compliments. Like its sister ships, Seabourn Quest also houses an 11,400-square foot Spa at Seabourn, the largest spa on any luxury vessel, providing the ultimate pampering experience at sea.
Seabourn Quest offers a host of other amenities and features, including two swimming pools, six whirlpools, and a unique marina with a variety of watersport activities. One of the most popular spots is Seabourn Square, an innovative concierge lounge with a “club room” ambiance, making guests feel at home during their cruises.
For more information or reservations about both the 2012 and 2013 World Cruises, contact a travel agent, call Seabourn at 1-800-929-9391 or visit www.seabourn.com.