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Published on Friday, August 20, 2021

Seabourn Venture's UK itineraries unveiled

Seabourn Venture's new inaugural itineraries, the Wild & Ancient British Isles Voyage and Scottish and Norse Legends Expedition, setting sail in April 2022 are now live for booking.

The first of the line's purpose-built expedition vessels, Seabourn Venture is scheduled to depart for its inaugural voyage on April 10, 2022, exploring the UK with a 12-day Inaugural Wild & Ancient British Isles voyage from Greenwich to Leith (Edinburgh).

The ship will then sail on a 12-day Scottish and Norse Legends Expedition out of Leith on April 22, 2022,

This is an international sailing exploring both coastal Scotland and  Norway.

From Tromso, Seabourn Venture will embark on its previously announced deployment for its first summer season in the Arctic, starting on May 4, 2022.

The ship will set sail in the Arctic  sxploring destinations in Svalbard, the North Cape and other locations in Norway, as well as Iceland, Greenland, and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

Guests are able to combine the two new itineraries into a 24-day British Isles &  Norse Legends Expedition voyage.

"We're looking forward to the dawn of a new era of expedition cruising, and our inaugural Seabourn Venture itineraries through the British Isles, Scotland and Norway are the perfect beginning," said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn.

Highlights from Seabourn Venture's inaugural voyages include a call in Dublin, the island of Iona, watching puffins on Lunga Island and archaeological sites on the Orkney Islands.

The Scottish and Norse Legends Expedition includes Mousa, Bergen, Lofoten Islands by zodiac and the Vega Archipelago.


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