Seabourn, the global leader in ultra-luxury journeys and adventure travel, has revealed its expedition itineraries for 2025-2026, which will take passengers to the world’s remote and exotic locations onboard its ultra-luxury expedition ships, Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit.
The ships will offer more than 40 exciting expeditions to the Arctic, Antarctica, the Amazon, the Kimberley area of Australia, the South Pacific, the Northwest Passage, and other destinations. All expedition voyages in 2025 and 2026 are currently on sale, with dates and full itinerary details available at www.seabourn.com.
The season will also feature a variety of newly curated experiences for Seabourn passengers, such as:
A pearl reveal in Australia’s Kimberley alongside a master pearl cultivator while overlooking Kuri Bay.
Visiting the Torngat Mountains National Park in Labrador, Canada’s Arctic, operated by the Inuit, is home to polar bears and black bears.
Travelling across the Bellot Strait and marvelling at the breathtaking tundra and varied wildlife of the Northwest Passage.
A night expedition across the Amazon to see nocturnal predators like black caiman stalking their prey along the banks.
Snorkelling and scuba diving on Fiji’s beautiful coral reefs.
“We had a dream of bringing Seabourn’s ultra-luxury flair to the world of adventure. I am proud to say that we have achieved this dream as we reveal our adventure voyages for 2025-2026. “Our ultra-luxury, purpose-built expedition ships will take our extraordinary guests to truly bucket-list destinations such as Antarctica to the Northwest Passage to Australia’s Kimberley region, without compromising their comfort or our well-known Seabourn signature service,” said Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn. “These voyages will deliver many unforgettable ‘Seabourn Moments’ to our guests as we take them closer to the wonders of the world and the history of human culture.”
Between May 2025 and March 2026, Seabourn Venture will operate 21 voyages from the Arctic to Antarctica, ranging from eight to 28 days. Beginning in May 2025, Seabourn Venture will offer in-depth expedition experiences in Svalbard, Iceland, and Greenland, surrounded by glittering ice towers; offering in-depth cultural shore excursions; and exploring East Greenland, in some of the world’s most beautiful and uninhabited fjords.
Starting in August 2025, the ship will re-sail for the famed Northwest Passage, where guests will follow the seafarers and explorers who carved their way through this historic route. Finally, the ship will go south to Antarctica, where it will spend three months exploring the “Great White Continent,” allowing guests to navigate around ice towers and have unforgettable wildlife encounters.
Beginning in late March 2025, Seabourn Pursuit will embark on 20 unique voyages ranging from 10 to 20 days. Guests will experience untouched coral reefs and various fish species in the South Pacific and numerous opportunities for interacting with the incredible local cultures.
Afterwards, the ship will sail to Australia’s Kimberley region, where guests can see red sandstone gorges, rivers, waterfalls, wildlife, and Aboriginal life and history. The Seabourn Pursuit will then return across the Pacific to Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falkland Islands to explore the territories’ unique biomass and spectacular landscapes, nested among some of the world’s most productive seas.
Seabourn Venture will sail to the Arctic on voyages designed for guests who like forging their path and venturing where few have been before. Seabourn’s thrilling Svalbard experience, which has been expanded, will take guests through areas that few other ships can reach, arriving just 600 miles from the North Pole for views of glittering ice towers and wildlife on pack ice, including the elusive polar bear through the ship’s cutting-edge GSS Cineflex camera.
These expeditions will engage with indigenous Arctic communities to learn about their rich history and relationship with the environment. An optional overnight stay at the stunning luxury campsite of Camp Kangiusaq in Greenland; a driving tour of Lake Mvatn near Akureyri, home to Goafoss, one of Iceland’s most beautiful waterfalls; a walking tour of Qaqortoq in south-west Greenland; and an optional exploration of the ice sculptures of Lofthellir Cave, formed naturally through thousands of years of dripping water.
From mid-May to mid-June 2025, Seabourn Venture will offer eight to 26-day voyages to Svalbard between Reykjavik and Edinburgh or round trip from Edinburgh. In late July 2025, the ship will also offer a 12-day journey from Reykjavik to Kangerlussuaq to explore Greenland. Both expeditions will include accommodations in Edinburgh or Reykjavik before and after the cruise.
Both Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit provide the same luxurious small ship experience that Seabourn guests have come to expect, enhanced by world-class equipment that allows the line to offer its most comprehensive range of expedition activities led by an expert 24-person expedition team of scientists, scholars, naturalists, and more.
The ships also feature enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity with SpaceX’s Starlink, providing expedition guests quicker service, more connectivity, and more dependable Wi-Fi anywhere Starlink’s services are accessible.
Like the rest of the Seabourn fleet, the Seabourn Pursuit and Seabourn Venture offer an abundance of space and elegance, eight dining experiences with gourmet cuisine, and luxurious all-suite accommodations, including a pair of two-level Wintergarden suites.