Seabourn has announced a “World Cruise – Ring of Fire: Hidden Gems” voyage, happening in 2026.
The 129-day voyage on Seabourn Sojourn will visit 63 destinations and ports in 14 countries and offer many new value-added amenities and benefits to elevate the guest experience.
The 2026 World Cruise is now open for sale, and the entire itinerary is available on Seabourn’s website.
Departing Los Angeles on Jan. 6, 2026, Seabourn Sojourn will travel approximately 28,000 nautical miles, crossing the International Dateline and Equator not once, but twice.
The voyage will explore the volcanic islands and atolls of the South Pacific, circumnavigate the wild coasts of Australia, and weave through the beguiling islands of Japan at the cusp of spring flowers season before crossing the North Pacific to Glacier Bay National Park to usher in the Alaskan summer.
The sailing will feature five maiden calls and a combination of popular marquee ports, cosmopolitan cities and smaller hidden gems.
Guests will enjoy seven overnights and linger late into the evening in seven ports, offering guests ample opportunities to explore these fascinating destinations in depth.
“Our 2026 World Cruise is a masterful mosaic of moments, designed for guests to uncover the hidden gems of the Ring of Fire while enjoying the comfort of Seabourn’s signature, ultra-luxury services. Whether they choose to sail the full journey or on one of our shorter segments, our guests will discover a world of hidden gems that very few individuals have ever experienced,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn, in a statement.
“In addition to offering an unforgettable itinerary, we also worked very hard to provide a number of new amenities to deliver an unparalleled and best ever value for our guests. We invite our extraordinary guests to join us on this voyage that will transcend the boundaries of ultra-luxury travel and provide numerous out of the ordinary experiences.”
The 2026 World Cruise includes a value-packed menu of complimentary benefits and amenities for guests who book the full 129-day World Cruise.
These include several new offerings such as private dining experiences and tasting menus, premium internet packages with Starlink technology, medical services package, an extended two-night pre-cruise hotel stay, and a 30 percent increase in shipboard credit of up to USD$10,000 per suite.
In addition, the company has invested in new events and unique experiences, available only for guests who book the full World Cruise.
These include a Gala Bon Voyage Dinner in Los Angeles the night prior to embarkation, hosted by the Seabourn President; a Private Māori Welcome and performance in Māori Galley in Aukland, New Zealand; an exclusive dinner with regional cuisine, wines and local entertainment at Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens; and an elegant dinner of traditional and modern Japanese dishes and beverages including wines and sakes in Kanazawa.
Local shows, regional cuisines, and palate-pleasing wines will be available for all guests to enjoy as they sail around the globe.
Guests who book on or before Feb. 28, 2024, will receive 10 per cent off the total price. (Certain restrictions apply).
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