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Seabourn Odyssey

A new and beautiful yacht joins the Seabourn fleet

Seabourn's grand yacht, Seabourn Odyssey, arrived in June 2009 offering more dining options, more types of suites, more verandahs, more entertainment venues and enhanced spa and recreational facilities than other ships in the fleet.

Weighing in at 32,000-tons, the new vessel, the new ship carried just over twice as many guests (450) than the now departed Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend, boasting nearly one staff member per guest.

The £150m Seabourn Odyssey was the cruise industry’s first ultra-luxury addition in six years. She was followed by sister ship Seabourn Sojourn a year later.

A maximum of 450 guests travel on board, in luxurious all-suite accommodations measuring from 290 to over 1,600sq ft, more than 90 per cent of them with private verandahs.

Seabourn Odyssey
Seabourn Odyssey of Seabourn Picture courtesy of Seabourn

The cruising yacht offers guests five dining alternatives, five lounges and bars, an expansive pool and sunbathing area, and a spectacular two-deck, indoor/outdoor spa facility with more than 11,400sq ft to go around.

Seabourn Odyssey was the first of three 450-guest vessels being added to The Yachts of Seabourn’s fleet, representing a 216 per cent increase in capacity. Seabourn Sojourn joined the fleet in 2010 while Seabourn Quest arrives in 2011.

Vital statistics

Operated by Seabourn
Built at T. Mariotti shipyard in Genoa
Registered: Norway
Entered service: June 2009
Gross tonnage: 32,000 tons
Passengers: 450
Crew: 330
Officers: International
Decks: 11
Lifts: 3
Suites: 225, all with ocean view
:: 202 with private verandas
:: 7 with wheelchair access


One dining room (open sitting), three alternative options plus in-suite dining, spa, fitness centre, one outside swimming pool, library, casino, show lounges


Seabourn, a pioneer in ultra-luxury cruising, is celebrating 30 years of delivering memorable guest experiences in 2018, having earned wide acclaim and numerous accolades since launching its first vessel. More...

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