Seabourn has revealed more details about its public spaces and lounges.
Seabourn Pursuit will begin its life sailing five voyages in the Mediterranean starting on August 12, 2023. Then the ship will head towards the South Pacific and Australia, including the new ship’s inaugural Kimberley sailings.
Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn says: “On Seabourn Pursuit, guests will embark on a one-of-a-kind experience that seamlessly combines Seabourn’s signature elegance and beloved ‘home away from home’ atmosphere with an expedition feel that will leave them with a sense of fulfillment as they explore different parts of the world.
“There is an abundance of elegance, space, and offerings that will redefine ultra-luxury expedition travel, providing our guests with many Seabourn Moments they will always treasure.”
What’s on Seabourn Pursuit
The Bow Lounge
The Bow Lounge will sit on deck six, providing a close vantage point for spotting marine life.
The lounge has been upgraded, now with interactive features like touchscreens that show the ship’s location and navigational charts. Other large screens will project live footage from outside the ship, including drone footage.
Expedition team members will float around the space, available for questioning.
Furthermore, the space will also offer access to the Bow Sprit. Here, guests can stand at the front of the boat and watch it slice through ice or other environments.
The Constellation Lounge
The Constellation lounge sits on deck nine, as the highest indoor viewing point on the ship. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide 270-degree views of the surrounding areas.
This will also be the site for Seabourn’s afternoon tea service, coupled with cocktails and tapas.
The Club and the Sky Bar
The club is a setting for mingling, with live music and plenty of food and drink available. Within you’ll find ‘Sushi in the Club’. A sushi chef will be stationed here, serving fresh sushi and sake.
The Sky Bar outside is home to two whirlpools for a dip out on the deck. Where you can sip your drink and enjoy the views.
Seabourn Square is described as ‘the true living room’ of the new expedition-style ships. A European-style coffee bar offers an open space for guests to interact with each other and the expedition team.
As well as coffee you can grab freshly made pastries and other on-the-go foods like sandwiches, desserts, and artisanal gelato. There is also an adjoining library with a range of books, specifically across adventure and expedition.
The Discovery Centre is the hub of teaching and academia for exploration. Every day special guests will provide lectures, briefings or sessions for Seabourn’s Conservation program.
Come night time the venue transforms to an entertainment venue, with live music and performances.