Seabourn Cruise Line unveiled its 2013 Europe itineraries, with more than 100 departures aboard the line’s six all-suite ships. The schedule features 180 port calls on voyages ranging from seven to 21 days. The voyages include a 21-day cruise beyond the Arctic Circle aboard Seabourn Pride, 10- and 11-day Mediterranean cruises departing roundtrip from Venice aboard Seabourn Spirit, and 10-day Mediterranean cruises from Athens, Monte Carlo and Barcelona aboard Seabourn Quest.
The program will also feature overnight stays in cities including St. Petersburg, Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Venice, Malta, Barcelona, Istanbul, Edinburgh and Dublin. The 10-day cruises can be combined for a 20-day vacation with different ports at extra savings, and Seabourn Quest’s 10-day cruises from Barcelona, Athens and Monte Carlo can be combined into longer voyages of up to 30 days without repeating ports of call. Seabourn Pride will offer a new 21-day North Cape cruise into the Arctic Ocean calling on Longyearbyen and Ny Aalesund in the Norwegian Spitsbergen islands.