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Seabourn Cruise Line

***Important Policy Information***

Cruise Restart Policies as of April 12, 2021

Choose from 7 or 14 day itineraries on board the luxurious Seabourn Ovation, sailing between July 3 - October 16, 2021. Bookings are open now!

  • 7-Day Heart of the Aegean - sailings starting July 3
  • 7-Day Gems of the Greek Isles - sailings starting July 10
  • 14-Day Wonders of the Aegean - sailings starting July 3

See our Seabourn Restart page for details and rates.

Will I need to be vaccinated?

The cruises are open to any guests that are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. “Fully vaccinated” means a minimum of 14 days following the final dose of the currently approved COVID-19 vaccines being administered.

Will I need to wear a mask onboard?

When physical distancing can’t be maintained, or when mandated by public health authorities, masks will be required on board, at private islands, and during shore excursions. Masks must be worn in terminals, during embarkation and disembarkation.

Before you book - Flexible Booking Policy

Seabourn has enhanced its temporary cancellation policy: For bookings made by May 31, 2021 on sailings departing by December 31, 2021, guests may cancel up to 30 days prior to departure and receive a 100% future cruise credit of any payment already made to Seabourn and currently within cancellation fees. The Future Cruise Credit granted using Book With Confidence will be valid for 12 months from the date of issue and may then be used to book sailings departing through December 31, 2022.

The enhanced policy, which applies to select 2021 departures, also includes a “Best Fare Guarantee” benefit, ensuring guests can have peace of mind that they can always request the lowest publicly available fare offered on Seabourn.com for their voyage in the event fares are lowered following the booking. It is valid for guests if their particular voyage and booked suite category pricing is reduced. If guests who see a better public fare offered on Seabourn.com, they may submit a request for the lower fare.

Paused Sailings

Seabourn is maintaining its optimism for the ultimate restart of travel while, in the meantime, continuing to take a practical approach in extending its current operational pause. As a result of the current environment, the brand is cancelling a series of select 2021 Europe departures.

The cancellation announcement applies differently by ship. Voyages affected include:

  • Seabourn Sojourn, with its next scheduled departure now set for July 3, 2021
  • Seabourn Encore, with its next scheduled departure now set for July 3, 2021
  • Seabourn Ovation, with its next scheduled departure now set for July 3, 2021
  • Seabourn Quest, with its next scheduled departure now set for November 7, 2021

Guests with bookings affected by this announcement are being given as much notice as possible to provide them with greater clarity around their travel plans.

Health and Safety Protocols

Seabourn is in the process of finalizing all required COVID-19 protocols for guests. Below are the measures currently planned, which are subject to change as further details are established. They will be updated in accordance with guidance from public health authorities.

Booking

All guests should carefully review pre-booking and pre-travel health advice from Seabourn and from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Enhanced Health Screening

They’re taking steps to implement COVID-19 appropriate pre-embarkation screening, including:

  • Mandatory enhanced pre-embarkation health screenings, and completion of required documentation – including health questionnaires, Passage Contract, and COVID-19 Risk Acceptance – to be completed no later than 24 hours prior to sailing. Guests who do not complete the required documentation will not be permitted to board.
  • They will refer anyone with signs and symptoms of COVID-19, or who are identified at-risk, for additional medical screening before allowing them to board.
  • Secondary screenings (and health checks throughout the cruise) when necessary
  • Contract tracing is planned for every cruise

Responsible Physical Distancing

Across the fleet they’re making it easier to practice physical distancing by managing the timing, size and flow of groups in onboard venues and for events and helping you make informed decisions about what to do on board. Entertainment programs and restaurants will be designed to enhance physical distancing.

Physical distancing will be maintained throughout check-in and embarkation, and will be required in terminals, on board ships, on private islands, and during shore excursions.

Masks

When physical distancing can’t be maintained, or when mandated by public health authorities, masks will be required on board, at private islands, and during shore excursions. Masks must be worn in terminals, during embarkation and disembarkation.

Enhanced Environmental Sanitization

Public areas and staterooms will be thoroughly and more frequently cleaned using a safe disinfectant proven to kill coronaviruses.

Medical Care

Their highly-trained medical staff includes doctors and nurses capable of caring for a broad range of medical conditions, including dealing with COVID-19 patients. Medical centers will be equipped with COVID appropriate testing and treatment capabilities. All team members will be required to wear Seabourn-approved face masks.

Ventilation

Ships will feature enhanced air filtration with upgraded HVAC systems. These systems will be designed to replace air within public spaces and staterooms every five to six minutes. HEPA filters will be used in key areas, such as medical centers and dedicated isolation rooms, as a further safeguard.

For more information call yourPERX Vacation Consultant at 1-888-737-9266