Some positive news coming from Carnival-owned Seabourn with a strong booking volume for its “2022 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons.”
Strong Bookings For World Cruise
The ultra-luxury cruise line has experienced strong bookings for its “2022 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons” with over 50 percent already sold on segments through the halfway point in Shanghai, China.
Steve Smotrys, vice president of Global Sales for Seabourn, said:
“We are really encouraged by the tremendous amount of positive interest and bookings for our 2022 World Cruise, which clearly demonstrates that now is the time to consider a booking rather than later on when suite availability may be limited or even sold out.”
“The past few months has given travelers time to consider when they are ready to explore the world again and know that when they travel with Seabourn, they’ll visit some of the world’s most fascinating destinations, while experiencing the personalized, intuitive service we are known for.”
The ultra-luxury Seabourn Sojourn will depart Los Angeles on January 11, 2022, and travel westbound, visiting Hawaii, the islands of the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, a number of destinations in Asia, Arabia, Africa, before ending in Athens, Greece, on June 6, 2022.
Among the notable highlights is Seabourn’s return to Egypt since 2014, with an overnight visit scheduled for Safaga (Luxor), as well as a stop at Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Seabourn Sojourn will call at 72 ports and destinations in 28 countries throughout the course of the sailing, featuring a combination of visits to popular marquee ports, cosmopolitan cities and smaller hidden gems.
The voyage will include 20 overnights and linger late into the evening in 21 ports, offering guests ample opportunities to explore these fascinating destinations in depth. There is the option of the full 145-day voyage or smaller segments.
This shows that there is still demand for cruises in the future and Seabourn is not the only cruise line to show strong demand in future bookings. By 2022, hopefully, there will be some normality in the cruise industry and by that time health measures won’t be needed.