Seabourn Spirit

A Scandinavian sense of smooth style, warmth, and elegance radiates from the staterooms, and the public areas are defined by their spaciousness, openness, and clean lines. The Seabourn Spirit cruise ship is about finding a sense of solitude when you want it, and close-knit camaraderie with fellow travelers when that is what you're after. 444 feet long with a gracious staff of more than 130, the Seabourn Spirit cruise ship is designed to accommodate a mere 204 guests.

While other cruise lines boast about how many they can squeeze onboard, Seabourn is all about creating a sense of privacy and roominess for its guests as they travel the waters of Asia, the Indian Ocean, and the sparkling Mediterranean. Exotic ports offering a wide diversity of ways of life, and many various lands, from lush rainforests of Thailand to the dry, craggy beauty of the Greek Islands-these are the experiences of passengers onboard a Seabourn Spirit cruise.

Seabourn Spirit Cruise Destinations

Like other ships in the Seabourn fleet, the Seabourn Spirit cruise ship offers the unique opportunity to take either long cruises which stop off in many ports, or to jump onboard along the way to enjoy a specific cruise to the places that you've always dreamt of.

In the winter months, the Seabourn Spirit offers 14 and 26-day cruises of Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean. Starting from Singapore she cruises the Strait of Malacca and heads to Phuket, Thailand, before sailing the Gulf of Martaban and striking out for three adventurous days in Myanmar (Burma). Sail the Adaman Sea then set out for Ko Hong, Thailand and Port Kelang (Kuala Lumpur) then back to Singapore. The longer cruise then spends two days in Bangkok, Ko Kood, Thailand before heading to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. Cruise the South China Sea and enjoy the pleasures of Vietnam before sailing on to the metropolis of Hong Kong.

Two cruises aboard the Seabourn Spirit cruise ship in late January and through February traverse the waters between Vietnam and Thailand, stopping off in amazing resorts along the way. In late March, Spirit sets sail out of Hong Kong, with stops in Vietnam , Ko Kood and Bangkok, Thailand, before she heads on to Singapore. Penang, Malaysia is the next port of call, and then Spirit's guests are off across the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal to Colombo, Sri Lanka. The Arabian Sea is a one-day sail from Cochin, India, and then after two days on the Arabian Sea she ports in Mumbai (Bombay). Two more days on the Arabian Sea and you arrive in Muscat, Oman before striking out for Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.

In June, the Seabourn Spirit heads out of Dubai for Khasab, Oman and then after two days sailing the Gulf of Oman, you arrive in Salalah, Oman, only to cruise the Red Sea toward Jordan. After Jordan, guests sail to Sharm el Sheik (Sinai), Egypt and then will transit the amazing Suez Canal on their way to Alexandria (Cairo), Egypt.

Passengers who wish to enjoy the entire above journey may hop on in Singapore and follow all the way through to Egypt and beyond, as Spirit sails on to the island of Rhodes, where the fabled Colossus once guarded the harbor. Enjoy the pleasures of the fishing village/resort town of Agios Nikolaos, Crete, before stopping in on the Mediterranean paradise of Mykonos, and then heading on the meeting of East and West on the Turkish coast, stopping off in the ports of Kusadasi (Ephesus), and then through the Dardanelles before arriving in the ancient city of Istanbul.

The Capitals of Antiquity cruise starts off in Cairo, hits the Greek Islands, heads to Istanbul, then continues on to Mycenae, Santorini, Corfu, all in Greece, before sailing into the Adriatic with stops in Korcula, Croatia, and Venice, Italy. There are several options for jumping on and off at different starting and stopping points on these summer journeys across the blue Mediterranean, and in July there is the Dubrovnik and Italian Romance cruise that departs from Venice, stops in Dubrovnik, Argostoli, Greece, and in Messina before sailing to the Amalfi Coast. From there you'll head to Sorrento and then go to Civitavecchia, from which you can travel overland the short hop to Rome.

The Cruises of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean continue throughout the late summer months and into the early fall, before the Europe, Africa, Asia cruises begin. Starting from Istanbul, Spirit stops in the Dardanelles and Ephesus, in Turkey, and in Meteora, Mykonos, Mycenae, Athens, Santorini, Crete, and Rhodes in Greece before sailing across the Mediterranean to Cairo, then traveling back through the Suez Canal to Sinai and then on to Jordan, Safaga, Egypt, and across the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean to Mombasa, Kenya. Two days in Kenya are followed by another journey across the Indian Ocean and on to Seychelles, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Penang, Malaysia and through the Straits of Malacca to Singapore. Throughout the fall months and into the winter, the Seabourn Spirit cruises the bays and seas of the Far East, with stops in Thailand and Vietnam and China.

Seabourn Spirit Cruise Accommodations

All of the suites and staterooms onboard the Seabourn Spirit are at least 277 square feet, while the more spacious Owner's and Double Suites are recommended for longer journeys. The interiors are smooth and luxurious, and offer amenities such as large walk-in closets and coffee tables that convert into dining tables for when you feel like eating in. Many are appointed with new balconies that afford views of the passing seas and coastlines, and all come with closed circuit television, refrigerators, mini-bars, and private baths and showers.

Seabourn Spirit Cruise Dining

The Seabourn Spirit offers a delectable array of fine and casual dining options to appease the appetite of just about anyone on board! In The Restaurant, you have the choice of dining anytime and sitting anywhere you like, a rare luxury in the cruiseline industry. Here, meals based on culinary themes from Asian Fusion and Modern Mediterranean are served on Rosenthal China in an elegant atmosphere, alongside the fine steaks from the Seabourn Steakhouse. The Sky Grill is the place to go for lunch Al Fresco, where you find a broad array of entrees from such choices as fajitas to satays to barbecued chicken breast. Afternoon tea is served with white glove elegance and live music plays while you dip scones in Earl Grey or have crepes suzette with coffee.

Whenever you feel like enjoying a more private meal, you are invited to dine in; 24-hour room service is always available.

Seabourn Spirit Cruise Activities

Lie back in the evening under the Mediterranean stars and enjoy a movie on-deck, stop in at one of the suave, laid back lounges, or try your hand in the Seabourn Spirit onboard casino. Exercise-wise, there is a swimming deck on the stern of the ship at water level from which you can snorkel, swim, windsurf, kayak, and raft around or, if you're more adventurous, scuba-dive (there is a fee for scuba equipment rental). At the spa, guests can be treated to any number of skin, facial, and hair treatments, and there also are stationary bicycles, free-weights, treadmill, a swimming pool, and a hot tub for getting in a workout or just feeling good.

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