World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line


Seabourn’s 2012 Europe cruise season. Seabourn’s award-winning fleet of six intimate, all-suite ships will offer an unprecedented array of voyages in Europe during 2012. From Norway’s North Cape to the czarist palaces of the Black Sea coast,

Seabourn ships will explore 165 different destinations among Europe’s landmark cities, historic sites and natural splendors on cruises of seven to 19 days.

On a Seabourn voyage, you’ll discover hidden gems most travelers only dream about. Seabourn Quest will cruise the whole expanse of the Mediterranean Sea, sailing from Venice, Athens, Istanbul and Rome. On Seabourn Legend, you’ll set sail on the exotic French and Italian Rivieras, exploring the glimmering ports of the Western Mediterranean. And should you dream of a summer getaway at the top of the world, Seabourn Pride and Seabourn Sojourn will sail through majestic Scandinavia and the Baltic – to include a breathtaking trip alongside towering Norwegian Fjords.


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Such spectacular destinations, coupled with the personalized service our staff delivers, has long earned Seabourn the title of World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line. In fact, Seabourn Odyssey is the highest-rated cruise ship in the 2011 Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Poll – which also named Seabourn Spirit, Seabourn Legend and Seabourn Pride the second-, third- and fifth-ranked ships, respectively, in the small-ship category.

Visit to explore the complete collection of 2012 Europe cruise itineraries. We encourage you to book early for the best selection of suites and sailing dates. And we look forward to welcoming you aboard the


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