The Yachts of Seabourn announces a change of deployment for it’s popular, 208-guest Seabourn Pride in the summer of 2011. The intimate, all-suite vessel will reposition from its winter Southeast Asia season in the spring and sail a series of 12-day Baltic & Russia cruises between Stockholm and Copenhagen, along with two 15-day round trip cruises from Copenhagen to Norway’s Fjords and the North Cape. The revised schedule will be available on 25th May, and will also open for sale that day. Seabourn Pride’s schedule will complement that of its larger sister-yacht, the 450-guest Seabourn Sojourn, which will be sailing shorter, seven and nine day voyages of the Baltic and Norway. The Seabourn Pride would remain in Asia for the whole of 2011, sailing in China, Korea and Japan during the summer months. The decision to move the vessel back to Europe is a response to the popularity of the destination.
The revised schedule has Seabourn Pride sailing four 12-day voyages of the Baltic and Russia, two 15-day North Cape cruises and two 14-day Baltic cruises positioning between Copenhagen and Dover. Fares start from £4,390 per person including return airfare, based on double occupancy, for a 12-day Baltic Harbors & Russia voyage. Seabourn Pride’s 10 and 12 day cruises of China, Korea and Japan departing through October 2010 are being offered at special Seabourn value fares from £3,499 with roundtrip airfare included, or from £2,199 cruise-only. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy. For bookings please visit Seabourn or call 0845 070 0500.