Seabourn’s Combination Cruises Add More Sights for your Sailing


In anticipation of the coming season, the luxury cruise line Seabournhas introduced a new range of itineraries, the European Combination Cruises, for its small-ship fleet in Europe.

The new itineraries provide travelers with the opportunity to combine two or more cruises, fitting more sailing and sights into one journey. Seabourn’s ships are characterised by their dedication to smallness and intimacy, with just 104 or 225 suites, allowing the ships to visit small ports and hidden gems.

Although Seabourn already offers a number of extended worldwide Combination Cruises on its six all-suite ships, many of the Combination Cruises in Europe provide extended itineraries with several departures scheduled throughout the season.

Highlights include a Mediterranean Marvels voyage from Barcelona to Monte Carlo, which includes Rome, Florence, Athens and several Greek islands, and Seabourn Legend’s 20-day Mediterranean Nights itinerary which sails on a round-trip from Rome, including 16 ports and features overnight stays in Barcelona, Spain and Valletta, Malta, plus late-night stays in Cannes, France and Monte Carlo, Monaco. The cruise also includes two planned Marina Days for enjoying water sports right from the ship at Ile de Porquerolles in France and Amalfi in Italy.