The Yachts of Seabourn Cruises

The Yachts of Seabourn Cruise Line

The Florida based luxury cruise is one of the most asked for cruise line. It is one of the best water services in Miami. The Yachts of Seabourn Cruises provides voyages all around the world. There are more than 100 days cruises which you can choose from. It is a renowned for its luxury facilities which are provided on deck. Most of the passengers on this cruise are aged from 40-60, But there is no rule that children are not allowed. All ages are encouraged to take this cruise line to plan their trip across the world.

Type Subsidiary
Industry Transportation
Founded 1986
Headquarters Miami, Florida, USA
Area served Cruise Lines
Key people Pamela C. Conover CEO President and CEO
Products Cruises
Parent Carnival Corporation & plc

History of Yachts of Seabourn Cruises

The Yachts of Seabourn Cruises was started way back in the 1980s. A group of Norwegian investors started this cruise line in 1986. After Signet Oil got the trademark ownership, this cruise line got its present name Seabourn Cruise Line. It started specializing in small ships. They wanted to reach as any ports as possible. Therefore they started taking ships which are small enough to fit in any port. They started harboring in many ports which large ships couldn’t stop at. This helped them in reaching exotic destinations all around the world.  It also believed in providing the best amenities to its passengers on sea. It provides DVD players, flat screen TVs, designer soaps and Bose wave sound system. One of the first ships it launched was in the year 1988. It was called the Seabourn Pride. Immediately next year Pride started working along with its twin sister Seabourn Spirit. They later wanted to extend the fleet in 1990 but due to financial crisis they had to postpone its launch. 

Fleet of Seabourn Cruise

Seabourn Cruise has as many as 6 ships in its fleet as of today. There are more ships which are supposed to come in the future which will join the fleet. The ships which are presently in the service are- 

  • Seabourn Pride first came into service in 1988. It weighs around 10000 tons. It was built by Schichau Seebeckwerft. 
  • Seabourn Spirit is the second ship which was launched into service. This was identical to the spirit weighing 10000 tons. This was also built by Schichau Seebeckwerft. It is in service since 1989 till date. 
  • Seabourn Legend came into the service in 1992. Its original name was Royal Viking Queen. This is again built by Schichau Seebeckwerft. In 1995 its name was changed to Queen Odyssey. This was the same vessel which featured in the movie Speed 2: Cruise Control.
  • Seabourn Odyssey is the latest of the ships in Seabourn fleet. It is a 5-star luxury cruise which has a verandah for 90% of the cabins. It was first seen in service in the year 2009. This vessel weighs a gigantic 32000 tons.
  • Seabourn Sojourn is similar to the Odyssey. This ship also weighs 32000 tons and it is built by T.Mariotti. It has been in service since 2010 till present. 
  • Seabourn Quest is the ship which is proposed to join the fleet in the 2011. Weighing 32000 tons it is supposed to increase the passenger capacity by 200%.
Ship Built Builder Entered
Gross Tonnage Flag
Seabourn Pride 1988 Schichau Seebeckwerft 1996 – Present 10,000 tons Bahamas
Seabourn Spirit 1988 Schichau Seebeckwerft 1996 – Present 10,000 tons Bahamas
Seabourn Legend 1990 Schichau Seebeckwerft 1996 – Present 10,000 tons Bahamas
Seabourn Odyssey 2009 T. Mariotti 2009 – Present 32,000 tons Bahamas
Seabourn Sojourn 2010 T. Mariotti 2010 – Present 32,000 tons Bahamas

Future Ships

Ship Delivery Builder Gross Tonnage Planned Flag
Seabourn Quest 2011 T. Mariotti 32,000 tons Bahamas

Destinations of Seabourn Cruise

Seabourn Cruise has a number of destinations which it is bound to reach all around the world. Some of the famous destinations it has on its itinerary are – 

  • Africa
  • Arabia
  • India
  • New England
  • Canada
  • Asia
  • Caribbean
  • Northern Europe
  • South Pacific
  • World Cruise
  • Transatlantic
  • South and Central America
  • Mediterranean