Seabourn Grand Cruise visits Antarctica

2023 Grand Americas, Amazon & Antarctica

From Panama to Antarctica – our epic voyage around South America encompasses Inca ruins, great world cities, colonial splendors and breathtaking natural wonders. Experience it all during one unforgettable season on our elegant, ultra-luxury resort at sea.



JANUARY 6, 2023

Panama Canal & the Inca Coast
After your daylight Canal transit, stay overnight to visit Panama City. From Manta, ascend to Quito to step across the Equator, or opt for a Seabourn Journey to Cuzco and Machu Picchu in the Andes. Marvel at 5,000 years of pre-Columbian treasures in Lima’s Larco Museum.

Patagonia, Antarctica & Atlantic Isles
Ventures by Seabourn® team adds expert insights and adventures in the Chilean Fjords and your five unforgettable days exploring the breathtaking White Continent. Visit two isolated wildlife havens in South Georgia and two windswept Falkland Islands enroute to Buenos Aires.

Brazilian Treasures & Caribbean Isles
South Americans flock to play at the resorts of Ilha Grande and Búzios. Rio’s picturesque, peak-dominated harbor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recife and Natal are colorful colonial treasures, foretelling the vivid, sun-blessed hues that welcome you back to the Caribbean Sea.

The Incomparable Amazon
The greatest river on earth flows through the world’s largest rain forest. Survey a thousand miles of its banks, visiting the important cities of Santarem and Manaus, as well as remote village outposts where colorful celebrations and timeless traditions endure.


  • Gala Bon Voyage dinner & overnight hotel stay prior to departure in Miami
  • Exclusive Grand Voyage event
  • Special President's Event
  • Special Grand Voyage pillow gifts


Featured Grand Overnights

Dusk view of Plaza de Armas Barranco in Lima, Peru seen on a Seabourn luxury South America cruise Excursion

Callao, Peru

A 45-minute drive from the port city of Callao brings you to exciting Lima, the City of Kings. From its founding in 1535 until today, it remains one of the most important cities in all South America. The handsome old buildings from the earliest colonial days surrounding the Plaza de Armas contrast with the soaring modern towers rising in the newer sections of the city.
A parrot in the Amazon Basin, near Manaus, Brazil eating a leaf seen while on a Seabourn South America luxury cruise

Manaus, Brazil

The largest city on the Amazon and the main port for export and import on the river. It is actually located on the Rio Negro a few miles from where it meets the Rio Solimoes to form the Amazon at the famous Meeting of the Waters. The Teatro Amazonas is an Italian Renaissance Opera House constructed of imported materials, which hosted world-famous artists at the height of the rubber boom

Manta, Ecuador

Manta is Ecuador's second largest port, north of Guayaquil which is the largest, and just south of the equator. With a population of approximately 140,000, Manta is a commercial center for fish and fruit, particularly bananas and plantains, which thrive in the tropical climate. However its beaches and quaint fishing villages have long attracted tourists. Shrimp, tuna and giant blue and striped marlin run in abundance in the waters off its coastal plain. Manta's culture is a vibrant patchwork of the heritage and traditions of the country's early Native American, Spanish and black African slave settlers.