All 2021 voyages will feature guided Zodiac and kayak excursions
Seabourn has announced its 2021 programme for Alaska and British Columbia, which will see Seabourn Odyssey sail a series of new, seven-day itineraries between Juneau, USA, and Vancouver, Canada.
The voyage will include stops at Sitka and Ketchikan in Alaska, along with visits to smaller destinations like the Inian Islands and Alert Bay, a First Nation village in British Columbia. Each sailing will also include glacier experiences at Glacier Bay, Hubbard Glacier or Tracy and Endicott Arm.
All 2021 voyages will offer optional Ventures by Seabourn tours, featuring guided Zodiac and kayak excursions launched directly from the ship, as well as hiking and wildlife viewing. The excursions will be led by a team of naturalists, scientists and history experts, who will also deliver complimentary presentations to guests as part of the Seabourn Conversations programme. Pre- and post-cruise packages are also available, including a visit to Banff National Park, a Unesco World Heritage site.
“We are always excited to design and offer travel experiences that enable our guests to have up-close access to the amazing wildlife, breathtaking natural scenery, and unique culture of Alaska and British Columbia,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn. “Our seven-day, ultra-luxury voyages and experiences, combined with the splendour of this region, will provide the ultimate Alaska experience.”
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