Carnival-owned Seabourn will begin cruises out of Miami, Florida, with the ultra-luxury Seabourn Ovation. It will be the first time the ship departs from the world’s cruise capital. This follows a return to cruising in the US, which began recently in Florida with Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises, and Carnival Cruise Line.
Before leaving Miami, Seabourn Ovation will leave Barcelona, Spain, for a 14-day cruise to Lisbon, Portugal. Then she will embark on a transatlantic crossing from Lisbon to Miami.
The Seabourn Ovation, the newest ship in the fleet, will embark on Caribbean cruises from PortMiami, Florida, on November 18, 2021. Three 11-day voyages are scheduled for November 18, November 29, and December 10, 2021. Guadeloupe, Jost Van Dyke, St. Kitt’s & Nevis, Antigua, and more are among the ports of call.
The vessel will follow the Caribbean offerings with voyages in Panama Canal and Central America between December 2021 and March 2022. On December 21, Seabourn Ovation will depart Miami and operate a 21-day Holiday Panama Canal cruise that will end in Los Angeles. The ship will then return to Miami after a 19-day voyage.
Cruise offerings out of Florida will continue when the vessel begins sailings to Central America on January 30, 2022. Four of these cruises include stops in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, and Panama and a partial transit of the Panama Canal.
On March 27, 2022, the ship will return to Europe with a 13-day transatlantic voyage from Miami to Lisbon. The Canary Islands will also be visited during a 14-day cruise departing from Lisbon on April 9 and ending in Monte Carlo.
Cruise lines offer up to $1,000 in onboard credit or $2,000 for those who book a Penthouse or Premium Suite as an incentive to book. Guests must book by August 31, 2021, to qualify for this offer.
Seabourn returns to service after more than a year on hold. Seabourn Ovation is already sailing from Athens, Greece, and Seabourn Odyssey will be the next ship in the fleet to start sailing from Barbados on July 18.