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By Samantha Coles | February 26 2019
Seabourn, known for bringing the height of luxury to the sea, has won multiple awards for its all-oceanfront-suite ships and for accessing smaller ports that larger ships can’t. Setting off from Miami on January 4, 2020, Seabourn’s Sojourn will glide through six continents, 62 ports and 36 countries throughout a 146-day cruise. It’s Seabourn’s first world cruise in six years and covers Cape Town in South Africa, Singapore, Sydney, Dakar in Senegal, Mombasa in Kenya, Hong Kong, Nosy Be in Madagascar, Hamilton Island and Brisbane in Australia, Honolulu and Manele Bay in Hawaii.
You’ll see an incredible array of Unesco World Heritage Sites along the way, including the Island of Mozambique, luminescent caves in Puerto-Princesca and the Great Barrier Reef. If the full 146 days at sea are a bit too much for you, there are shorter voyages available.
Owner’s suite from $176,400 per person. Contact +1 800 442 4448, seabourn.com