The Seabourn Odyssey was scheduled to depart from Miami in December. The cruise line’s winter itinerary will take guests around the Caribbean and Panama Canal before returning to Florida on January 2nd, 2019.
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Seabourn Ovation, fresh off a transatlantic journey, came at PortMiami today for her first visit to the United States.
From November through March, the 600-guest ultra-luxury ship will call Miami home for a series of trips exploring the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, and sites in Mexico and Central America.
Ovation by Seabourn (Photo courtesy of Seabourn)
“For every Seabourn ship, a first-time arrival is always unique, and Seabourn Ovation’s first visit to the United States and Miami will be a terrific start to an exciting season for our newest ship among the tropical splendor of the Caribbean and Central America,” said Seabourn president Josh Leibowitz. “As winter sets in over those portions of the globe, Miami provides an easily accessible port for North American and European visitors, making it a suitable retreat.”
In November and December, Seabourn Ovation will launch its Caribbean series with three 11-night Gems of the Leeward Islands itineraries roundtrip from Miami.
San Juan, Dominica, St. Johns, Antigua, Saint Kitts, and Jost Van Dyke, the smallest of the major British Virgin Islands, will all be visited throughout the cruises.
November 18, November 29, and December 10, 2021 are the scheduled departure dates.
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(Photo courtesy of Pixabay/neufal54) Antigua
Central America and the Panama Canal
Following its Caribbean excursions, the Ovation will spend December to March exploring the Panama Canal and Central America. The inaugural cruise, a 21-night Holiday Panama Canal tour, will sail on December 21. Before landing in Los Angeles on January 11, it will stop at Aruba, Curaçao, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Mexico.
The 19-night return cruise, which departs January 11 and arrives in Miami on January 30, will feature stops in Colombia and Jamaica.
The Seabourn Ovation will next sail to Central America, with four roundtrip voyages departing from Miami beginning January 30. All will involve a portion of the Panama Canal passage.
The Crossing of the Atlantic
Ovation will leave Miami for the last voyage on March 27, 2022, after completing its Central America series, destined for Europe on a 13-night Atlantic Spring trip. On April 9, she is due to arrive in Lisbon, Portugal.
During a 14-night cruise to Monte Carlo, the ship will return to the Canary Islands and visit Morocco and Tangier. She’ll be sailing throughout Europe over the spring and summer.
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