Seabourn Odyssey towers over the historic city of Venice.
Photo courtesy of the Yachts of Seabourn.

If you’ve always wanted to try the decidedly sophisticated, ultraluxurious ships of the Yachts of Seabourn, but were put off by the price, you may get your chance this November.

Departing November 6, 2010 from beautiful Venice, Italy, your seven-day cruise aboard the beautiful (and new) Seabourn Odyssey takes you to some of the most beautiful islands the Mediterranean has to offer.  The itinerary includes calls in Split, Croatia; Bari, Italy; Cephalonia, Greece; Katakolon, Greece; Gythion, Greece; and Mykonos.  The cruise terminates in Piraeus – the port of Athens, Greece, and offers passengers a wonderful chance to add a post-cruise stay in this historic city.

As magnificent as the ports of call are, of equal impressiveness is the Seabourn Odyssey.  Seabourn’s newest vessel continues the tradition of fine service and food the line has built its reputation on, while at the same time offering slightly larger, more modern surroundings than her predecessors.  No comfort is spared; no detail is overlooked.  A Seabourn voyage truly is a step into “the good life.”

With this unique voyage, that step up just became more palatable: a mere $1,999 per person – less than most mainstream cruise lines charge – secures you this seven-day voyage through the Med.  So why are you still here?  Hop on over to Seabourn’s site and prepare to experience this fantastic region in style.


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