Seabourn announces revised Alaska and Canada season

Seabourn has announced a series of revised itineraries in Alaska and Canada to ensure the luxury line complies with the requirements of US authorities. 

The line said it will run 18 seven-day voyages between Vancouver in Canada and Juneau in Alaska between May and September next year. 

The move means the line will meet requirements of the Framework for Resuming Cruise Ship Operations order issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for sailings with US port calls. 

As a result of the changes, the line’s season will now begin May 28, with two earlier departures cancelled on May 15 and May 21.

Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, “We’re dedicated to delivering an authentic ultra-luxury experience in one of the most spectacular regions in the world, including remote, pristine ports that are difficult to access if you’re not coming by Seabourn-sized ships.

At the same time, we are committed to meeting the CDC’s requirements to return to service and bring guests back to our ships in a safe and healthy model.”

Cruises already on sale include the seven-day Glaciers and Alaska Inside Passage with departures on May 28, August 6 and August 20.

The seven-day Alaska Fjords and Canadian Inside Passage cruise departing on July 30 and August 13 is also on sale now. 

On January 2 several other itineraries will go on sale – including the Alaska Fjords & Canadian Inside Passage which departs on June 4, June 18, July 16, August 27 and September 10. The Glaciers & Alaska Inside Passage cruise will sail on four departure dates: June 11, July 9, July 23 and September 3; while a Glacier Bay and Canada Inside Passage cruise will also set sail on September 10.

 

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