Lively and sociable, this Odyssey-class ship from Seabourn is ideal for sophisticated travelers. Carrying just 450 passengers, Seabourn Odyssey gives guests a chance to get to know each other, with corridor parties to introduce those sleeping in neighboring staterooms, extremely popular trivia competitions, and a high number of social activities to encourage mingling.
Seabourn Odyssey sails throughout the Mediterranean and Adriatic, ranging from seven to 19- night itineraries. Smaller than many cruise ships, Seabourn Odyssey frequently docks in smaller ports, giving passengers the chance to explore hidden gems like Nydri, Greece, or Vodice, Croatia.
In Portoferraio, on the Italian island of Elba, guests can sample local wines or hike the slopes of Mount Capanne. Another port of call is Dubrovnik, Croatia, whereby a UNESCO partner tour takes passengers on a cable car ride and through the streets of the old town, led by a local photographer.
An all-suite ship, Seabourn Odyssey has 225 outside suites. 90% of these have private balconies, and all offer complimentary champagne on arrival, an interactive TV, mini-refrigerator, safe, and a shower and separate soaking tub. There are seven wheelchair-accessible suites as well.
Onboard, the crew of 330 offer friendly service. Activities target a more mature audience, with arts and crafts sessions, mini-golf and bridge lessons. There are two pools, and a watersports marina with banana boats and kayaks. The spa and fitness center is extremely modern, offering an emphasis on wellbeing and mindfulness for a truly relaxing cruise.