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Seabourn Unveils 'Extraordinary Expeditions' To Amazon and Antarctica

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Seabourn has created two distinctive “Extraordinary Expeditions” to Antarctica and the Amazon for the 2022 and 2023 cruise seasons.

The cruise line’s Seabourn Enterprise expedition ship will sail on 10- to 21-day expeditions, with prolonged voyage choices obtainable for as much as 30 days in size in each the Antarctic and the Amazon. Extraordinary Expeditions will function an expedition crew of 26 consultants aboard every cruise, which is able to present perception and information about every vacation spot’s historical past, geology, ecology and extra.

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The Northern Lights over Seabourn Enterprise’s Aft Pool Rendering (picture through Seabourn)

Friends aboard the Chilean Fjords, Antarctica, South Georgia & Falkland Islands expedition will cruise between November 2022 and February 2023. It’s going to start in Chile and supply 9 voyages with a variety of 10-21 days in size. Irrespective of which size cruise a visitor chooses, they’ll be capable of take Zodiac excursions, use the Seabourn Enterprise’s very personal submarine, study current analysis into the mysterious glacier-covered continent and encounter colonies of penguins.

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Panorama Veranda Suite onboard Seabourn Enterprise Rending (picture through Seabourn)

In March and April of 2023, the Seabourn Enterprise will take a break from Antarctica and sail the Brazil & The Amazon itinerary, 4 10-12 day voyages that includes visits to colonial facilities, indigenous villages and the grand rainforest itself. The cruises will discover three of the Amazon’s predominant areas.

The primary Extraordinary Expeditions aboard the Seabourn Enterprise will probably be exploring Norway on its Norwegian Winter voyages between December 2021 and April 2022.

For extra info, please go to Seabourn.

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