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Seabourn Vuelta al Mundo 2014

  2. 2. BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 2014 W O R LD SOJOURN Los Angeles n 116 Days n Januar y 4, 2014The vast, blue planet earth offers a bounty of places to explore. This voyage calls at lush landfalls scattered across the Pacific —places oftentimes described as paradise. It skirts the coasts of New Zealand’s North and South Islands, Tasmania and thelong, dramatic western side of Australia. It follows the scent of spices through the myriad Indonesian isles and along theshores of Southeast Asia. To the island once called Serendip, and thus to India, Arabia and Egypt, then picks up Marco Polo’strail and sails into the Mediterranean and Venice.
  3. 3. discover the differenceSailing with Seabourn is unlike any other form of travel. It’s like your favorite small hotel, where everyone knows you andknows what you like. They take the very best care of you. Only this one moves, effortlessly, from one fascinating place toanother, while you dine and dance and dream of what discoveries tomorrow will bring. Seabourn attracts interestingpeople, who seek to share experiences beyond the expected in places beyond the ordinary. Our acclaimed staff offers aunique style of heartfelt hospitality that is sincere, thoughtful and personal. The readers of Travel + Leisure and Condé NastTraveler understand these pleasures and have once again chosen Seabourn as The World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line.Our 225-suite Seabourn Sojourn combines the intimate style of Seabourn with the added amenities that a larger shipallows, a veranda in almost every suite, four restaurants, six open bars and lounges, ample deck space with two outdoorpools and six whirlpools. Innovations include a multi-purpose concierge lounge, Seabourn Square and a two-deck spa —the largest spa in ultra-luxury cruising. Because of her size, you’ll find a sociable ambiance onboard. Enjoy the delightfulcamaraderie of like-minded guests while circling the world in search of its very best experiences.
  4. 4. 2014 WOrLdSOJOUrn Se ABOUrn SOJOUrn LOS AnGeLeS tO Venice 1 16 dAYS JAnUArY 4, 2014WaLLanGKOr, CaMBOdIa
  5. 5. 2014 Seabou World Voyag SBN_13Atla DATE PORT ARR DEP DATE PORT ARR DEP Jan 4 Los Angeles, California 7p 9 Sydney, Australia 5p 5-9 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 10 Eden, Australia 10a | 6p 10 Hilo, Hawaii 10a | 8p 11 Cruising the Tasman Sea 11 Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 8a | 5p 12 Burnie, Tasmania, Australia 7a | 3p 12 Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 8a 13 Melbourne, Australia 8a | 11p 13 Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 11p 14 Geelong, Australia 8a | 5p 14 Nawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaii 8a | 5p 15 Cruising the Bass Strait 15-16 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 16 Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, 8a | 6p 17 Cross the Equator Australia 18-20 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 17 Adelaide, Australia 8a 21 Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia 8a 18 Adelaide, Australia 6p 22 Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia 5a 19-20 Cruising the Great Australian Bight Cook’s Bay, Moorea, 8a | 8p 21 Cruising the Indian Ocean French Polynesia 22 Bunbury, Australia 10a | 8p 23 Vaitape, Bora Bora, 8a | 6p 23 Fremantle (Perth), Australia 7a French Polynesia 24 Fremantle (Perth), Australia 4p 24 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 25 Geraldton, Australia 10a | 8p 25 Rarotonga, Cook Islands 8a | 6p 26 Cruising the Indian Ocean 26-28 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 27 Exmouth, Australia 8a | 6p 29 Cross International Date Line (lost day) 28-Mar 1 Cruising the Indian Ocean 30 Cruising the Pacific Ocean Mar 2 Benoa (Denpasar), Bali, 7a 31 Auckland, New Zealand 8a | 6p Indonesia Feb 1 Tauranga (Rotorua), 8a | 6p 3 Benoa (Denpasar), Bali, Indonesia 12n New Zealand• 4 Komodo Island, Indonesia 8a | 3p 2 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 5 Larantuka, Flores, Indonesia 8a | 6p 3 Wellington, New Zealand 8a | 6p 6 Cruising the Banda Sea 4 Nelson, New Zealand• 8a | 6p 7 Ambon, Indonesia 8a | 6p 5-7 Cruising the Tasman Sea 8 Cross the Equator 8 Sydney, Australia 7aHISTORIC PORT ARTHUR, TASMANIA
  6. 6. N W E Venice Triluke Bay S Dubrovnik Ionian Corfu Sea Pacific Haifa Ocean Mediterranean Sea Ashdod Suez Canal Aqaba Ho Chi Minh City International Dateline Sokhna Sharm el-Sheikh Los Angeles Safaga Halong Bay Ko Kood Hong Kong Nawiliwili Mumbai Honolulu Hilo Salalah Laem Chabang Gulf of Tonkin Mormugao Da Nang Lahaina Red Gulf of South Sea Cochin Thailand China Gulf of Phuket Sea Sandakan Aden Arabian Colombo Sea Strait of Celebes Sea Malacca Singapore Equator Bali Sea Ambon Banda Sea Benoa Larantuka Komodo Island Savu Bora Bora Indian Sea Papeete Ocean Rarotonga Exmouth Geraldton Adelaide Fremantle Kangaroo Melbourne Bunbury Island Sydney Auckland Great Geelong Eden Tasman Tauranga Austrailian Sea Bight Burnie Wellington Bass Strait Nelsonurn Atlas ge p138– DATE PORT ARR DEP DATE PORT ARR DEP 9 Cruising the Celebes Sea 4 Colombo, Sri Lanka 8a | 6p 10 Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia 8a | 6p 5 Cruising the Arabian Sea 11 Cruising the Sulu Sea 6 Cochin, India 8a | 11p 12-13 Cruising the South China Sea 7 Cruising the Arabian Sea 14 Hong Kong, China 8a 8 Mormugao (Goa), India 8a | 3p 15 Hong Kong, China 6p 9 Mumbai, India 10a 16 Cruising the South China Sea 10 Mumbai, India 12n 17 Halong Bay, Vietnam 8a | 6p 11-12 Cruising the Arabian Sea 18 Cruising the Gulf of Tonkin 13 Salalah, Oman 10a | 8p 19 Da Nang (Hue), Vietnam 8a | 6p 14 Cruising the Gulf of Aden 20 Cruising the South China Sea 15-17 Cruising the Red Sea 21 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam• 10a 18 Safaga (Luxor), Egypt 7a 22 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam• 4p 19 Safaga (Luxor), Egypt 5p 23 Cruising the South China Sea 20 Aqaba (Petra), Jordan 8a 8p | 24 Ko Kood, Thailand 8a | 5p 21 Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt 6a | 4p Marina Day with complimentary 22 Sokhna (Cairo), Egypt 7a | 10p watersports (conditions permitting) 23 Transiting the Suez Canal 25 Laem Chabang (Bangkok), 8a Thailand 24 Ashdod (Jerusalem), Israel 7a | 11p 26 Laem Chabang (Bangkok), 6p 25 Haifa (Tel Aviv), Israel 7a | 8p Thailand 26 Cruising the Mediterranean Sea 27 Cruising the Gulf of Thailand 27 Cruising the Ionian Sea 28 Cruising the South China Sea 28 Corfu, Greece 10a | 7p 29 Singapore 8a | 6p 29 Dubrovnik, Croatia 10a | 8p 30 Cruising the Strait of Malacca 30 Triluke Bay, Croatia 8a | 5p Marina Day with complimentary 31 Phuket, Thailand 8a | 6p watersports (conditions permitting) Apr 1-3 Cruising the Indian Ocean May 1 Venice, Italy Disembark • Arrival and/or departure times are subject to tidal conditions. PETRA, JORDAN
  7. 7. 2014 WORLD SOJOURN Seabourn Sojourn’s World Cruise will reward you with the memories of a lifetime, plus special festivities, exclusive events and generous amenities. Take advantage of Value Fares with savings up to 50%. Book early for the best selection of suites at the best possible fares. For those with less time to spare, you can still experience the excitement of a World Cruise by booking a shorter World Voyage. Choose from twelve cruises ranging from 22 to 94 days. SPECIAL ITINER ARY DATE DAYS FROM/ TO PORTS FARES FROM WORLD SOJOURN Jan 4, 2014 116 Los Angeles to Venice €46,699 WORLD VOYAGE I Jan 4, 2014 94 Los Angeles to Mumbai 41,899 WORLD VOYAGE II Jan 4, 2014 68 Los Angeles to Hong Kong 30,299 WORLD VOYAGE III Jan 4, 2014 56 Los Angeles to Bali 24,899 WORLD VOYAGE IV Jan 4, 2014 34 Los Angeles to Sydney 15,099 WORLD VOYAGE V Feb 8, 2014 82 Sydney to Venice 37,199 WORLD VOYAGE VI Feb 8, 2014 60 Sydney to Mumbai 26,999 WORLD VOYAGE VII Feb 8, 2014 34 Sydney to Hong Kong 16,799 WORLD VOYAGE VIII Mar 2, 2014 60 Bali to Venice 27,499 WORLD VOYAGE IX Mar 2, 2014 38 Bali to Mumbai 18,999 WORLD VOYAGE X Mar 14, 2014 48 Hong Kong to Venice 22,099 WORLD VOYAGE XI Mar 14, 2014 26 Hong Kong to Mumbai 12,999 WORLD VOYAGE XII Apr 9, 2014 22 Mumbai to Venice 11,499WELLINGTONS CASTLE POINT LIGHTHOUSE, NEW ZEALAND WORLD SOJOURN WO R L D VOYA G E S I , I I , V WO R L D V OYA G E S I I I , I V, V I – X I I 1 1 6 D AY S 6 8 TO 9 4 D AY S 2 2 TO 6 0 D AY S n Up to 50% Savings n Up to 50% Savings n Up to 50% Savings n Business class round-trip air or a €1,700 n Business class round-trip air or a €1,700 n Economy class round-trip air or a €1,000 air credit per guest air credit per guest air credit per guest n All private car transfers, including n Round-trip private transfers between n Round-trip small group transfers door-to-door from your home for guests airport and ship for guests using between airport and ship for guests using Seabourn’s Air Program Seabourn’s Air Program using Seabourn’s Air Program n Shipboard credit of $2,500USD per guest n Shipboard credit of $1,500USD per guest n Shipboard credit of $1,000USD per guest n Gala Bon Voyage event with dinner and for World Voyage I and V; $1,250USD per for World Voyage III, VI, VIII and $500USD overnight hotel stay in Los Angeles guest for World Voyage II per guest for World Voyage IV, VII and IX; n Complimentary Personal Valet and X; $250USD per guest for World n Complimentary Personal Valet Voyage XI and XII Luggage Service Luggage Service n Exclusive World Cruise Complimentary n Special events for full World Cruise n Exclusive World Cruise complimentary Shore Experiences to be announced guests only to be announced shore experiences to be announced n Special gifts n Exclusive World Cruise complimentary n Special gifts shore experiences to be announced n Onboard Gala Farewell Party n Special gifts Fares are in Euros, per guest, double occupancy, subject to availability. Fares are not combinable with any other offer, vary by sailing date, are capacity controlled, and subject to change without notice. Seabourn reserves the right to manage World Cruise inventory and availability at its discretion. Fares include round-trip air transportation as follows: Guests sailing 68-116 days: business class or €1,700 air credit; guests sailing 22-60 days: economy class or up to €1,000 air credit. If business class is not available it will be substituted with economy. Air arrangements are subject to availability and limited to select gateways, air carriers and routings of Seabourn’s choosing. Airline-imposed baggage fees may apply. Air credit of up to €1,700 per guest is applied as a discount to the cruise fare and is not redeemable for cash or credit and does not include any amount for transfers. Included air is for residents of Austria, Germany and Switzerland only. Residents of all other countries will receive an air credit only. Complimentary transfers are provided to guests using Seabourn’s air program only and are provided as follows: 116 days – guests will receive all private car transfers. This includes round-trip transfers between home and airport, airport and hotel, hotel and ship. Round-trip transfers between home and airport are limited to 100 miles. 68-94 days – guests will receive round-trip private car transfers between airport and ship. 22-60 days – guests will receive round-trip small group transfers between airport and ship. Included transfers are for residents of Austria, Germany and Switzerland who select the air program. Complimentary Personal Valet Luggage Service will be provided for guests sailing 68-116 days. Guests sailing 116 days are allowed 150 lbs. per guest (300 lbs. per suite). Guests sailing 68-94 days are allowed 100 lbs. per guest (200 lbs. per suite). The following shipboard credits (SBC) apply to select sailings: US$2,500 per guest (US$5,000 per suite) – 116 days. US$1,500 per guest (US$3,000 per suite) – 82-94 days. US$1,250 per guest (US$2,500 per suite) – 68 days. US$1,000 per guest (US$2,000 per suite) – 48-60 days. US$500 per guest (US$1,000 per suite) – 34-38 days. US$250 per guest (US$500 per suite) – 22-26 days. Shipboard credits are not transferable, nor redeemable for cash, have no residual value, cannot be used for casino charges and are not combinable with any other shipboard credits.
  8. 8. WORLD’S BEST SMALL-SHIP CRUISE LINE 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007 & 2006 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Award BEST SMALL-SHIP CRUISE LINE 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards GOLD LIST 2012 Condé Nast Traveler 18 consecutive years BEST SMALL SHIPS 2012 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Poll SIX STAR DIAMOND AWARD The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences THE SEABOURN DIFFERENCEIntimate ships with just 104 or 225 suites. All dining venues are complimentary — dine when, where andA Seabourn ship is like a private club, where members share with whom you wish.expansive open decks, inviting social spaces, and the From casual to elegant, indoors, al fresco or in your suite, apersonalized attention of an exceptional crew. range of choices invites you to be spontaneous.Unique itineraries to must-see cities and hidden gems where Gourmet dining experiences that rival the finestlarger ships can’t go. restaurants anywhere.Each cruise is a hand-picked collection of fascinating places, From French fries to foie gras, every dish served on Seabournand each day brings a new opportunity for authentic discovery receives the expert attention of highly skilled and imaginative— another chance to explore your world in a personal and chefs. The finest ingredients are selected with care, perfectlymeaningful way. prepared to your order, and served with pride.Intuitive, gracious service provided by a staff passionate Complimentary welcome champagne and in-suite bar stockedabout pleasing our guests. with your preferences.It is supremely relaxing to be looked after by thoughtful hosts, Soft drinks, beer and mineral water, complete glassware andwhose knack for anticipating what you might like borders on your favorite wines or spirits are ready for your enjoyment orthe clairvoyant. for entertaining.Spacious, all-suite accommodations with sweeping ocean views Tipping is neither required nor expected — service simply to— many with verandas. delight you.Seabourn suites are thoughtfully appointed and inviting, Our award-winning staff is driven only by their sincere desire todesigned as homes-away-from-home with room to unwind please, and with a smile that comes from the heart.or entertain.Open bars throughout the ship, and fine wines poured at Ship’s Registry: Bahamas ©2012 Seabourn | PRINTED IN USA 12/2012lunch and dinner. Item Code: SEA13864EUMeet and mingle with fellow guests in a carefree atmosphere,where no one has to pick up the tab. Visit