Seabourne has revealed renderings of the cruise lines luxury suites on the upcoming Seabourn Encore and we must say but they do look inviting.
The luxury cruise ship is set to make its debut in 2016 and we’ve been teased with these breathtaking renderings of the ships all-veranda accommodations. Like everything on board Seabourn Encore, the suites are envisioned by hospitality design icon Adam D. Tihany, who blended modern design elements and innovations consistent with Seabourn’s reputation for understated elegance.
The small cruise ship will take luxury to another level with 300 spacious, well-appointed yacht heritage inspired suites, all of which include a private veranda. The elegant suites range from around 300 square feet all the way to 1,300 square feet. The largest suites will offer the grandest living experience at sea. Suites will be warm welcoming with plenty of ocean sunlight and natural color decor.
“As on every one of our ships, guests will feel right at home when they enter their suite aboard Seabourn Encore,” said Richard Meadows, Seabourn’s President. “The suites will offer many thoughtful amenities and personal touches that we are known for, and will be designed with the style and elegance our guests have come to love and expect from Seabourn.”
The Personal Suite Stewardess’ thoughtful, unobtrusive service will include: welcome champagne and canapes; selection of designer soaps; drawing a Pure Pampering bath; replenishing ice and bar set-up; managing laundry service needs; assisting with special requests; and personalized nightly turndown service.
Seabourne have also revealed all the in-suite features and amenities that include a living area; queen-size bed or two twin beds; a pleasant, separate living room area for enjoying expansive ocean views or in-suite dining; ample storage and walk-in closet with personal safe; a choice of pillows, and a complimentary mini-bar stocked and refilled daily with guests’ preferences and choice of wine and spirits.
The luxury cruise line will release more renderings of the Sebourn Encore’s interior spaces over the coming months. The 40,350 gross ton vessel is currently being constructed by Fincantieri in Marghera, Italy. Once completed towards the end of 2016 will carry 600 passengers.