Seaborn Sojourn made her debut in June 2010 and was christened by the fashion icon Twiggy. Boasting an impressive 225 ocean view, all suite accommodation, she really is the ultimate in luxury cruising. Like her sister ships the Seabourn Quest and Seabourn Odyssey, Seabourn Sojourn was also built at T. Mariotti yard in Genoa.
There really is nothing quite like being pampered in a place that redefines the meaning of true bliss, so be sure to stop by the Spa at Seabourn. Treat yourself to a Thai massage, body wrap, facial or make use of the hydra pool and let our worries fade away. Or opt to spend your lazy mornings and afternoons by the pool with a glass of champagne in hand, occasionally extending your arm out to allow the waiter to fill your glass.
» Passenger capacity: 458
» Seabourn Square
» The Spa at Seabourn with indoor and outdoor space
» Six outdoor whirlpools and two swimming pools
» Open-air Sky Bar
» Sun Terrace with 36-tiered double sun beds
» Observation Bar offers 270° forward views over the sea
The Retreat offers passengers something a little more active with two shuffleboard courts and a nine hole putting green. Relax in the “living room” style venue of Seabourn Square, making the most of the gleaming espresso machine and the walls lined with books to read at your pleasure. If you're looking for some helpful advice on the destinations you're visiting or shore excursions the friendly guest service specialists who discreetly sit in the centre of the room will be more than happy to help.
On selected Seabourn Sojourn voyages, the captain will anchor and release the water platform Marina allowing you and fellow guests to step out the aft of the ship from deck three to enjoy a range of water activities. Swim, snorkel, scuba dive, kayak, Jet Ski, wind-surf, water ski and make the most secluded bays right from the aft of the ship.
When the evening arrives, gather in one of the lounges for pre-dinner cocktails and canapés, sharing the day’s adventures with fellow guests. The Grand Salon is the ships main entertainment lounge and theatre venue, presenting fabulous Broadway inspired musicals, cabaret, comedians and classical music recitals. The Club is also a delectable night time venue, and is often considered the liveliest lounge on board. Offering music until the small hours of the night, here guests can dance the night away. Opt to try your luck in the Casino, enjoying a game of blackjack, poker, craps or roulette and see if Lady Luck is on your side.
Seabourn continue to achieve awards and accolades for their dining venues and you will not be left disappointed. With their open seating policy, you are free to dine, when, where and with who you like in all of the dining venues on board. The Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with the upmost in silver service standards, not to mention the most incredible culinary creations, no matter what time of the day you visit.
For a romantic evening for two, head for the intimate setting of Restaurant 2, serving innovative small-pates tasting menus for dinners nightly. Due to limited capacity, reservations are required but there is no extra charge for you pay. Perhaps you’d like to head for the indoor-outdoor Colonnade? Serving lavish station buffets for breakfast and lunch, and themed dinners served tableside there is something for everyone here.
Looking for casual, light fare during the day? Opt to dine at the al fresco Patio Grill that is always open for lunch and some evenings, so you can savour freshly baked pizzas, salads and salads and more amongst beautiful views.
The dress code on board Seabourn Sojourn adopts the philosophy of elegant casual during the evenings, allowing passengers to really enjoy the holiday festivities. Though it is not compulsory for guests to dress up during the evening, formal wear is welcome on board. Daytime attire on board is casual, resort-style attire, including shorts and jeans.