Seabourn unveils dining experiences for new expedition ships

Seabourn unveils dining experiences for new expedition ships
The Restaurant features custom-designed seating by Tihany Design (Image: Seabourn)

US-based luxury cruise line Seabourn has unveiled details of the new dining experiences that will be offered onboard its purpose-built expedition ships that will enter service in 2021 and 2022. 

Seabourn Venture and her yet-to-be-named sister ship will feature The Restaurant, which will have interiors designed by Adam D. Tihany. 

A fixture across the entire Seabourn fleet, The Restaurant will offer fine-dining options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a selection of Old World and New World wines. To be located on Deck 4, The Restaurant’s design is inspired by the abstract but geometric nature of snowflakes. The leather wall panelling, and blue and green carpets will bring a three-dimensional, geometric pattern to the room, surrounding a central porcelain floor. The overhead lighting fixtures will use glass and metal details and bronze mirrors will add ‘a touch of sparkle’. The room will also boast a wine display encased in bronze-framed glass. 

Seating in The Restaurant will be provided by Tihany Design’s product arm and feature burgundy leather, exposed rivets and wooden frames.  

Other dining areas available on the new expedition ships include: The Colonnade, which offers more casual breakfast and lunch options, as well as themed dinners by Michelin-starred Chef Thomas Keller; The Patio offering alfresco lunches; Sushi in The Club; Seabourn Square, which provides guests with coffees, pastries, sandwiches and homemade gelati; Pantry in the Bow Lounge, a self-service refreshment option; and Constellation Lounge, which transforms from a breakfast hub to a cocktail lounge. Guests will also have access to 24-hour in-suite dining. 

“We’re proud of our legacy in the culinary arena, cultivated over more than 30 years by a team intent on producing fresh, delicious and memorable cuisine equal to the finest restaurants anywhere,” said Gerald Mosslinger, vice president of Hotel Operations at Seabourn. “These eight dining experiences – and the venues themselves – have been designed with expeditions in mind, with inspired details that keep bringing the luxury expedition experience to life, and where guests can unwind to share memories of the day over a wonderfully prepared meal, glass of wine or perfectly crafted cocktail.”

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Elly Yates-Roberts
By Elly Yates-Roberts
Friday, July 26, 2019