Seabourn has revealed the first interiors renderings for its new ultra-luxury expedition ships which are set to launch in June 2021 and May 2022.
The two new 23,000 gross tonne vessels, the first named Seabourn Venture will each be 170 metres in length and will each accommodate 264 guests in 132 luxurious oceanfront veranda suites.
The new ships will also meet the PC6 Polar Class standards, adding new capacity for Seabourn in Antarctica, the Arctic and other exotic worldwide destinations.
The cruise line revealed interior renderings and details about some of the venues on board the new ships, including the Expedition Lounge, Discovery Center, Landing Zone and the Atrium.
Richard Meadows, President, Seabourn, said: “When you conjure up images of the ideal adventure trip, you would head out into the stunning wilderness for the day knowing that when you return a cozy, welcoming space filled with luxurious materials like leathers and rich woods that invites relaxation and conversation awaits you. Each of these newly designed spaces hits that note perfectly, leaving our guests wanting for nothing and giving them an inviting place to talk to fellow travelers each day about the incredible experiences they had, sharing memorable stories or viewing photos they took.”
The Expedition Lounge is located on Deck 4 and will act as heart of the ships. The venues will be a perfect gathering to relax or socialize with a complimentary drink.
Adjacent is The Discovery Center, a venue designed to showcase teaching and academia for natural history and cultural programming.
The ships will each feature two Landing Zones, located ports and starboard on Deck 3. Approximately 60 square metres, the area provides guests with a place to put on gear for heading ashore on expeditions. The Landing Zone will offer direct access to the ships 24 Zodiacs.
Both ships will also feature a stunning sky lit atrium. Suspended at the centre of the atrium will be a captivating art display, comprising of traditional wind measuring instruments.
Details of itineraries and booking availability are expected to be released in the coming weeks.