Bookings are open to Seabourn Club Members. On Public Sale – Tuesday 24th October 2023

Seabourn has scouted the world to bring you the most extraordinary experiences and create opportunities for the unexpected Seabourn Moments that only an expedition can deliver, all without sacrificing ultra-luxury creature comforts. 

As with any Seabourn voyage, the ultra-luxury Expeditions are centered around authentic, personalized experiences, all facilitated by a 24-person Expedition team. This select group of academics, scientists, and general naturalists share your passion for exploring and learning about some of the world’s remote regions. Guests are always welcome and encouraged to interact with the Expedition Team over the course of their voyage, from whale-spotting in the Bow Lounge to attending a lecture on the traditional SingSings they’ll experience in Papua New Guinea, as well as more informal touchpoints like meals together in the Colonnade and sharing stories in the Expedition Lounge.

In many of these itineraries, Seabourn describes them solely as an “Experience” or note that they are subject to change. Embracing this flexibility allows Seabourn’s expedition team to be actively curating a voyage that is personalized to guests, sure to move them closer and deeper to wildlife, history, and new cultures than ever before.

For the 2025-2026 season, Seabourn has spent several months scouting several new experiences, to share exclusively with their Seabourn guests.


Some of their favourites are:

• Harvesting pearls in the Kimberley alongside a master pearl cultivator while overlooking Kuri Bay

• Spying polar bears atop Labrador in the Torngat Mountains National Park in the Canadian Arctic

• Attempting the passage of the Bellot Strait (twice!) and marvelling at the abundant sea ice in every direction through the Northwest Passage

• Setting out for a night safari in the Amazon and spotting nocturnal predators like the black caiman stalking their prey along the banks

• Snorkelling and scuba diving the stunning coral reefs of Tonga and watching blacktip reef shark snack on sardines.