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Seabourn Venture

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2021

Seabourn Venture

Seabourn Venture is the first purpose-built expedition ship from luxury cruise line Seabourn. Boasting the best technology to enable exploration and comfort, the vessel will be able to tackle ice in the Polar Regions and stay stable on any temperamental waters. Accommodating 264 guests in 132 suites, the small ship can sail to remote destinations the world over. All suites are ocean view and have a veranda, as well as small but thoughtful touches such as a complimentary mini bar stocked with guests’ preferred beverages. This, along with the glass of welcome Champagne, ensures that each and every cruise gets started as it will go on; in world-class luxury.

The interiors of Seabourn Venture have been carefully designed by eminent New York designer Adam D Tihany. Using mild cream and brown colours with sporadic splashes of colour, the cabins and the social areas exude comfort and style at every turn.

Whether you’re looking to meet fellow cruisers while dining, or you’d prefer a more private evening, Seabourn Venture makes it easy with their open policy. All restaurants are included in the cruise fare – as are most drinks – and cruisers can go along to any one of them at any time, and with whomever they would like to dine with.

The meals themselves are exquisite, with ample care and attention given to every single dish that gets served. Guests can choose from a wonderful selection of perfectly prepared dishes, which are designed to celebrate the finest ingredients available.

Entertainment opportunities onboard Seabourn Venture are understated and relaxed, with simple live music appearances in the lounges and some informative talks courtesy of the expedition team. The Discovery Centre hosts most events because it features a brilliant TV screen that is a huge 8 feet by 33 feet in size. This is used for screening documentaries and displaying photos, maps, and other useful imagery.

Seabourn Venture provides plenty of opportunities for staying active during your discovery cruise. From The Landing Zone you can hit the sea in a kayak, go snorkelling, or try scuba diving. There are also mountain bikes to be used to push yourself exploring the stunning terrain you’ll come across in various ports and e-bikes for those who want something slightly less gruelling yet active nonetheless.

As well as the active excursion opportunities, guests can take part in some exciting experiences in which they can simply sit back and enjoy more of their surroundings. These include booking a space on one of two 6-seater submarines onboard and being taken out on a zodiac to get closer to the water.

Back onboard, as well as attending talks and watching documentaries, guests have the opportunity to learn more about the cruise ship and what it takes to navigate by taking advantage of Seabourn Venture’s ‘open bridge policy’. The expedition team will bring groups of cruisers to the bridge to explain more about running a cruise ship.

For a more relaxed afternoon, guests can go to the Expedition Lounge, which is a popular spot to sit back with a drink for some good conversation or a chance to socialise. Here there are two large touchscreen TVs that guests can use for all manner of things like checking the weather, following navigational charts, and looking through photos.

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