Launched in 2010, The Seabourn Sojourn, from Seabourn Cruise Lines, is a luxury ship for travelers who are looking for more out of their next vacation. The ship, which can accommodate 450 passengers served by 335 crew over 11 decks, offers the intimate benefit of a medium-sized vessel, combined with the amenities and activities of a premium cruise experience.
Guests aboard the Seabourn Sojourn can sail a variety of routes, including the 14-night ‘Ultimate Glacier & Fjord Adventure’ and the spectacular 128-day ‘Great Oceans Exploration’ trip between Los Angeles and Cape Town. On the former, guests can spend time whale watching in Alaska, while on the latter, passengers can visit the ultra-modern city of Singapore.
The Seabourn Sojourn offers 203 suites and 26 outdoor cabins. Suites include the Grand Wintergarden Suite, accommodating five passengers in two staterooms and the Owners Suite. Guests can relax in the pools and whirlpools aboard the ship. Other amenities include a gym and fitness studio, a spa, a motion studio, a card room, and a sun terrace. On days where the weather permits, complimentary water sports and an in-sea pool are also available beside the ship.
When it comes to dining, the Seabourn Sojourn hosts a number of options to keep guests tastebuds entertained. The Restaurant, a classic choice aboard the Seabourn, is a flexible open-seating room that revolutionized the cruise ship dining experience. The Patio Bar and Grill is a top choice for casual dining. For something more formal, Restaurant 2 provides passengers with a highly refined dining experience that is sure to leave a lasting memory.