The Seabourn Odyssey

Saturday, 1 December 2018 - 01:00 pm (CET/MEZ) Berlin | Author/Destination:
Category/Kategorie: Cruise Ships, Yacht of the Month
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in Split © Ivan T./cc-by-sa-3.0

in Split © Ivan T./cc-by-sa-3.0

The Seabourn Odyssey is a cruise ship for Seabourn Cruise Line. The ship’s keel was laid in early July 2007, and when it was commissioned in 2009, it was the first new ship for Seabourn in over a decade. The ship includes 11 decks with two swimming pools, six outdoor whirlpools, water sports from the marina and a private diamond showroom. About 90% of the ship’s suites have private verandas.

Some of the Seabourn Odyssey‘s features include one of the largest spas featured in a cruise ship, a built-in marina, and expanded guest services compared to the older Seabourn fleet. The Retreat features a nine-hole mini golf course, a giant chess board and shuffleboard. The ship was completed in May 2009, a few weeks earlier than planned. A sister ship, Seabourn Sojourn, was launched in 2010.

in Venice © picasaweb.google.com - Anton Nosik/cc-by-3.0 in Port of Burnie © Gary Houston/cc0 in Split © Ivan T./cc-by-sa-3.0 in Venice © picasaweb.google.com - Anton Nosik/cc-by-3.0
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The ship took to sea for first trials on May 22, 2009. The naming ceremony took place in Venice in Italy on June 24, 2009, and she sailed out for her first trip with guests, the maiden voyage, the next day.

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