The second in this cruise line’s new class of ships, the Seabourn Sojourn made a grand debut in 2010.
“Grandness,” however, describes practically every aspect of this vessel designed to hold 450 guests in 225 rooms. Travelers taking the Sojourn experience the highest space-to-guest ratio available on any cruise ship, while the countless activities provide hours of entertainment. As you get whisked off to the Mediterranean’s more exclusive ports and destinations, take time to relax in Seabourn Square – the living room-like central area in place of a traditional lobby – or absorb the balmy sun from such spaces as the Sun Terrace, the Spa Terrace, or the pools.
Seabourn’s standard accommodations push the envelope of luxuriousness. The starter rooms, like the Owner’s Suite, Classic Suite, and Balcony Suite, feature Egyptian cotton linens, an in-suite bar, a living area and bedroom, a balcony to enjoy the view, a flat screen TV with DVD player, a fruit basket, and champagne. Room service attends to your needs 24-7. Rooms range from 295 to 1,200 square feet, while 90-percent of the Seabourn Sojourn features staterooms with verandas.
Seabourn goes up to the next level with this ship, offering the Wintergarden and Signature suites. These spaces start with the standard features and then offer such top-notch aspects as a private glass-walled solarium or a wraparound veranda.
Eat all three meals on your own time, according to your tastes, in the following restaurants:
The Colonnade: This indoor-outdoor dining spot sets out a delicious buffet for breakfast and lunch. For dinner, stop by for themed plated meals.
The Restaurant 2: This intimate restaurant is the perfect place for expanding your palette with various small-plate meals.
Patio Grill: This casual dining spot sits right by the pool side. Come by to order from a menu of salads, baked pizzas, and other grilled specialties, before lounging around outdoors.
The Restaurant: The ship’s main dining room is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Come by on your own time and sit wherever you please.
No matter if you go indoors or outside, there’s always something to do on the Seabourn Sojourn.
When the Mediterranean sun’s high, come by the Sun Terrace, an outdoor space designed for soaking up the rays. As well, the Spa Terrace presents a villa-type atmosphere for lounging around and enjoying the view with an outdoor cabana and a whirlpool spa. For something more traditional, stop by The Retreat for a game of shuffleboard or golf on the nine-hole green.
The well-known Spa at Seabourn is a must-visit during your trip. The largest spa facility on any luxury cruise ship opens up to a hydro pool, a sauna, a steam room, a dry float, a gym and motion studio, and a full-service salon.
As you go about your day, the Seabourn Sojourn is all about luxury – no matter if you’re browsing the Shops at Seabourn, relaxing by the open-decked pool patio, or going to the Marina, which folds out to offer boating, swimming, kayaking, and other activities in the ocean.
In the evening, there’s a choice for all tastes. Go around to the lounges, all offering drinks from coffee to alcohol and atmospheres from stunning panoramic views to The Club’s poolside character. The casino, as well, beckons many with traditional table games.
For a great show, grab a seat at the Grand Salon, the ship’s main showroom. During the day, it’s open for lectures and cooking demonstrations. Evenings, it’s the spot for cabaret, comedy, and classical music recitals.
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