Seabourn’s 2025/26 itineraries will leave few corners of the globe unexplored

Seabourn’s 2025/26 itineraries will leave few corners of the globe unexplored
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Seabourn unveiled its 2025-2026 expedition itineraries that will explore remote and exotic destinations aboard its expedition ships, Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit.

    The ships will offer more than 40 voyages to the Arctic, Antarctica, the Amazon, the Kimberley region in Australia, the South Pacific, the bucket list destination of the Northwest Passage, and more.

    “We had a vision to bring the world of Seabourn’s ultra-luxury style to the world of exploration. As we reveal our 2025-2026 expedition voyages, I am proud to say we have achieved this dream,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn.

    “Our ultra-luxury, purpose-built expedition ships will take our extraordinary guests to truly bucket list destinations from Antarctica to the Northwest Passage to the Kimberley region in Australia without compromising their comfort and our well known Seabourn signature service. These voyages will deliver many unforgettable ‘Seabourn Moments’ to our guests as we take them closer to the wonders of the world and the history of human culture.”

    Seabourn North West Passage (Supplied)

    Between May 2025 and March 2026, Seabourn Venture will operate 21 voyages, ranging from eight to 28 days from the Arctic to Antarctica. Beginning May 2025, Seabourn Venture will provide expedition experiences throughout Svalbard, Iceland and Greenland.

    Starting August 2025, the ship will set sail again for the Northwest Passage, where guests will walk in the footsteps of seafarers and explorers who carved their way through this historic route.

    Seabourn ship in Iceland Greenland (Supplied)

    Lastly, the ship will make the trek south to Antarctica and spend three months exploring the “Great White Continent,” allowing guests to navigate around towers of ice and experience unforgettable encounters with wildlife.

    Beginning in late March 2025, Seabourn Pursuit will embark on 20 voyages, ranging from 10 to 20 days. Starting with the South Pacific then the ship will head to the Kimberley region and back to the Pacific to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

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