TRANSATLANTIC CRUISES

For many travelers, time is the most luxurious commodity. You can give yourself the gift of quality, discretionary time on an ocean crossing aboard a Seabourn ship. 

Seabourn's Transatlantic ports map

At sea, your ship is a world-within-a-world, offering delightful diversions around the clock. From morning yoga on deck to Evening Under the Stars after dinner, each day is filled with inviting options: Seabourn Conversations lectures, cooking demonstrations, golf putting, shuffleboard and other deck games, spirited team quizzes and bridge tournaments. Boost your workout regime with our gym trainers, or indulge in “me time” at the spa. Simply enjoying the company of your shipmates is among the most satisfying pleasures of a crossing. During leisurely meals, relaxing beside the pool or over drinks, the time you spend exploring linkages, sharing stories and laughs may prove the most memorable of all.

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The Suite Life Event

Take your Seabourn voyage to the next level with a complimentary two-category veranda suite upgrade — and a 50% reduced deposit. Plus, with over 300 voyages available to book, can life get any sweeter?

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Early Bonus Savings

Receive a special 10% savings on select Alaska voyages when you book now and pay in full. Plan your next ultra-luxury getaway and save today.

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Worry-Free Promise

Seabourn gives you the peace of mind when planning your vacation experience. With our Worry-Free Promise, you can book your cruise with confidence knowing you have the flexibility to change your plans before and during your journey.

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Featured Ports

Bridgetown, Barbados

Barbados has retained its British colonial heritage. Being in the Caribbean, it has pristine beaches, powerful surf, and gin-clear waters, but also 17th century English churches.

Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe

Basse-Terre is the capital and the island’s first town, founded in 1643. Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadeloupe, or swim at the towering Chutes de Carbet waterfalls.

Philipsburg, Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is a constituent country of The Netherlands. Philipsburg is its capital and a popular port for cruise ships, with sightseeing activities and a well-served airport.

Barcelona, Spain

The medieval atmosphere of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter and the elegant boulevards combine to make Spain's second largest city one of Europe's most fascinating and beautiful.

Malaga, Spain

Two Moorish fortresses, the 11th-century Alcazaba and the 14th-century Castillo de Gibralfaro still stand above Malaga’s harbor, one of the oldest along the famous Costa del Sol.

Lisbon, Portugal

Spread over seven hills by the Tagus River, Lisbon is one of Europe's smallest capitals but considered by many visitors to be one of the most likeable, with a variety of faces.