This new video from Seabourn takes a look at the design inspiration of the onboard spaces on new Seabourn Encore. In the words of designer Adam D. Tihany, Seabourn President Richard Meadows and vice president of hotel operations Chris Prelog we get a glimpse of what the ultra luxury line intends the new ship to be. Consistent with Seabourn’s reintroduction of the brand, tagged The Extraordinary Worlds of Seabourn, new Seabourn Encore looks to be the epitome of that effort. Let’s take a closer look at the Seabourn of tomorrow, a multi-faceted initiative that touches all areas of operation.
The Seabourn Of Tomorrow- Culinary Excellence
Seabourn has carefully carved its own niche in the world of luxury travel a number of ways. Most recently, Seabourn’s partnership with Thomas Keller, the world-renowned American chef, restaurateur and culinary genius behind a trio of Michelin-starred restaurants (The French Laundry, Per Se, and Boucho) brought more than simply lending a name to a menu. Keller-infused efforts have weaved their way throughout the Seabourn culinary program, already an award-winner in and of itself.
The Seabourn Of Tomorrow-Onboard Programming
In partnership with The Onboard Spa by Steiner, Seabourn has created a fleet-wide mindful living program offering guests a holistic spa and wellness experience that integrates physical, social, environmental and spiritual well-being.
The Seabourn Of Tomorrow-Experiences Ashore
Seabourn is launching new pre-cruise excursions taking guests to the South Pole on select Antarctica and Patagonia itineraries during the 2016-2017 season. Guests onboard the Seabourn Quest can choose from two new package extensions that also travel to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including: Polar Quest & Patagonia and Polar Quest, Tierra del Fuego & Iguazu Falls.
The new ultra-luxury ship will debut this December. Stay tuned for more information and see the video below for more about The Extraordinary Worlds of Seabourn