Seabourn unveils first expedition cruises to South Pacific
Sailings will be on board newest expedition ship, Seabourn Pursuit.
Between March and October 2024, the ship will visit Papua New Guinea, Micronesia, Guam, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Fiji, as well as the Kimberley region in northern Australia.
“Seabourn Pursuit allows us to take our guests to completely different and fascinating parts of the world,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn.
“Our expedition cruises in the South Pacific and Kimberley will offer guests signature Seabourn ultra-luxury service.”
Included expedition offerings such as Zodiac cruising, nature walks and hikes, scuba diving, and snorkeling will be available on most itineraries.
In addition, the ship will offer optional expeditions with dives on two custom-built submersibles and kayaking at select destinations.
Cruises are led by an expedition team of 24 experts, including scientists and naturalists.
It kicks off with South Pacific from Chile to Melanesia itineraries in March and April 2024 and again in September and October.
They sail between the islands of the South Pacific and the coast of Chile on various voyages of 14, 17, and 20 days.
There are Papua New Guinea and West Papua, Indonesia cruises, and 10-day Kimberley expedition cruises n June, July and August 2024.
Seabourn Pursuit entered service last month and is built to PC6 Polar Class standards.
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