Seabourn cancels all 2021 Alaska and British Columbia voyages

Seabourn has cancelled all of its Alaska and British Columbia departures for 2021 due to the ongoing challenges of Covid-19.

The announcement applies to a total of 19 voyages scheduled aboard Seabourn Odyssey in summer 2021 between Vancouver, Canada and Juneau, Alaska, including one Pacific Coast voyage at the end of the season. 

The cruise line said the decision came as a result of the Canadian Transport Ministry’s Interim Order, which closed Canadian ports and waters to passenger vessels.

Guests with impacted cruise bookings will automatically be cancelled and re-booked to a comparable 2022 voyage at the rate paid, plus current amenities.

Once Seabourn has completed the booking transfer, guests can request a full refund or be transferred to a new booking if they prefer. 

“Our highest priorities are compliance, environmental protection and the health, safety and well-being of our guests, crew and the people in destinations we visit,” said Seabourn president Josh Leibowitz.

“We have heard from many guests and they are eager to travel, seeing positive developments starting to take hold that will eventually lead to our return to service.”

 

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