Seabourn Quest returns to service

Seabourn Quest returned to service on Tuesday with an 11-day Italy and Adriatic Gems cruise from Barcelona to Ravenna.

Seabourn Quest is one of four of Seabourn’s ‘ultra-luxury’ ships to be in operation in May, including Seabourn Ovation and Seabourn Encore in the Mediterranean, and Seabourn Odyssey in Alaska.

Seabourn Sojourn is scheduled to resume service on June 6 from Athens.

Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, said: “Our team members on Seabourn Quest are excited to welcome guests back on board and very much looking forward to delivering special Seabourn moments when they sail with us.

“It’s not too late to book a summer getaway, and these voyages will offer a fantastic experience as the ship sails from one historic destination to the next, with much to offer on board and ashore along the way.”

From May 21, Seabourn Quest will begin a series of seven-, 10- and 11-day round-trip voyages from Ravenna to Croatia and Italy, and from July 12 the ship will sail from Ravenna to Barcelona, along the coasts of Spain and Portugal and on to France and the UK on a 14-day Western Europe voyage.

As the summer winds down, the ship will cross the Atlantic Ocean on a 24-day cruise visiting Scotland, Iceland, Greenland and Montreal, before beginning three 12-day cruises in Canada and along the coast of New England.

Seabourn Quest will then head south to Miami, Central America, the Panama Canal and South America before crossing the Atlantic again in March 2023.

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