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Around the World: Seabourn debuts 146-day cruise

Dal Kikin
September 14, 2018

Seabourn, the Miami-based cruise operator, is set to launch a 146-day extraordinary journey round-the-world, a feat that the company hasn't done in over 6 years. Starting in January 2020, the cruise will visit 62 ports on five continents.

Performed on the Seabourn Sojourn, the cruise will take travelers from Miami through the Caribbean and South America, around Africa, into South-East Asia, Australia, Oceania and ultimately back to San Francisco in the United States.

Amongst benefits for the passengers on a nearly 5-month long vacation, Seabourn taunts unlimited Wi-Fi to remain connected with the outside world, unlimited laundry and dry cleaning whilst onboard, round-trip first-class airfare included in the package, as well as access to a series of events and excursions planned by the ship.

Setting sail in January 2020, SeaBourn's world cruise starts at $66,999, with a 3% discount to those that will have paid in full before May 2019. With the capacity for a total of 458 passengers, the cruise is on the higher-end of possible options, with a similar option available at Silversea at $61,550 and prices as low as $18,099 on Holland America Line for a world cruise.

Built in 2010, the Seabourn Sojourn, the ship used for this world cruise, features a dedicated spa, a casino, several restaurants and bars, a card room as well as a shopping gallery and a medical facility.