A small luxury ship, Seabourn Sojourn was launched in 2010 with one of the highest passenger/space ratios in the cruise industry. It offers a high level of service in elegant surrounds, reminiscent of a luxury yacht. Sojourn has a spacious public area on deck 7 with a library, shops, coffee shop, internet cafe and guest services. The 32,000 tonne ship has a passenger capacity of 450, with 330 crew members.
All 225 staterooms on Sojourn are referred to as suites and about 90% have private verandahs. Suites range from 295 to 1,682 square feet and all have a fridge/mini-bar stocked with the guests’ preferred beverages, a comfortable living area, writing desk, entertainment centre, DVD/CD player, flat-screen satellite television and Wi-Fi. A bottle of champagne is delivered to each suite upon embarkation.
The main dining venue, The Restaurant provides open seating for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Restaurant 2 serves regional cuisine and tasting menus. For more casual dining, The Colonnade has indoor and outdoor seating and the poolside Patio Grill serves grilled dishes, pizza and salads. Sojourn offers 24-hour room service and in-suite dining, so quests can cenjoy fine dining on their private balconies.
Seabourn Sojourn has six whirlpools and two pools. The Spa at Seabourn spans two decks and is claimed to be the largest on a luxury vessel of this size. The spa offers steam rooms, aromatherapy and private sun deck. A thermal suit is available for an extra charge. The gym has stair climbers, free weights, recumbent bikes and treadmills. There is a specified venue for Kinesis wall training, yoga and Pilates. For warm-water cruises, a water sports marina offers board sailing, water-skiing, kayaking, banana boat rides and pedal boating, plus a steel-mesh enclosure for safe swimming in the sea.
There are no programs or facilities available for children. However, there is no cruise line policy that prohibits children below 18 years old under the supervision of their parents/guardians.
– Cruise Passenger
Our first Seabourn trip and without doubt the best cruise we have ever taken. Many, many positives and few negatives made it a very enjoyable 10 days. We also made friends with lots of fellow travelers and had a number of pleasant evenings in their company. -rwlid
– Cruise Critic
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