Seabourn has announced it will introduce new and linked itineraries in 2014 and 2015 to offer travellers longer and in-depth cruises.

Extended Explorations last from 28-days to 116-days and are available in Africa, Asia, the South Pacific, South America and Antarctica.

Seabourn vice president of marketing and sales John Delaney said new itineraries were designed to cater to travellers who want to explore and enjoy longer and leisurely voyages.

Extended Explorations will also offer cruisers an additional 10 percent savings on combined cruises, as well as frequent overnight stays in ports, regionally-themed menus and wines on board, local entertainment and regionally-focused experts for Seabourn Conversations.