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SEABOURN CRUISE LINE
300 Elliot West
Seattle, Washington 98119
(800) 929-9391
www.seabourn.com
 
Seabourn Legend (formerly Royal Viking Queen and Queen Odyssey): entered service in 1993; refurbished in 2010; 10,000 GRT; 440 x 63 feet; 208-passenger capacity; 104 suites; European officers, international staff and crew; cruises the Mediterranean, Arabia, India, Indonesia, and Malaysia as well as other destinations around the world (Category A-six+ stars).

Seabourn Odyssey, Seabourn Sojourn, and Seabourn Quest: entered service in 2009, 2010, and 2011, respectively; 32,000 GRT; 654 x 84 feet; 450-passenger capacity; 225 suites; Norwegian and British officers and international staff and crew; Seabourn Odyssey cruises Eastern Mediterranean, Arabia, India, Southeast Asia, Australia/New Zealand and South Pacific;; Seabourn Sojourn cruises South America, Eastern and Western Mediterranean, North Sea/Baltic, Northern Europe, and Canada/New England, Caribban and a world cruise; Seabourn Quest cruises Eastern and Western Mediterranean, South America and Antartica (Category A-six+ stars).

Seabourn Pride: entered service in 1988; refurbished in 2010; 10,000 GRT; 440 x 63 feet; 208-passenger capacity; 104 suites; European officers, international staff and crew; cruises Southeast Asia, Mediterranean, Baltic, and Norwegian Fjords (The ship will commence sailing for Windstar Cruises in April 2014) (Category A-six+ stars).

Seabourn Spirit: entered service in 1989; refurbished in 2010; 10,000 GRT; 440 x 63 feet; 208-passenger capacity; 104 suites; European officers, international staff and crew; varying itineraries, including South America, the Mediterranean, Southeast Asia, the Orient, India, and Arabia (Category A-six+ stars).
 
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