From boutique ports to favorite destinations, Seabourn sets sail to Europe when it returns to the continent in 2020. With cruises from seven to 28 days, the luxury liner will set off for more than 200 destinations. A few of the ships’ new destinations include Vesteralen, Norway; Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer, France; and Viareggio, Italy. Whether you enjoy basking in the sun-drenched islands of Greece or exploring the majestic Fjords of Norway, there’s a trip for everyone. We are highlighting a few of our favorites.

14 Day Greek Isles Odyssey

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What could be more endearing than summer off the coast of Greece? Bask in the beauty of the valleys and plateaus on Crete, where thousands of wildflowers and herbs bloom. Discover the whitewashed cosmopolitan city of Mykonos and the rich history of Sicily. After crossing the Ionian Sea, explore the other side of Greece from Santorini to Paros. Great for: A Group Getaway

7 Day Romance of the Rivieras

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Whether you’re celebrating an anniversary, honeymoon, or just want a romantic getaway, this seven day cruise will have you falling in love all over again. Live the Riviera lifestyle as you sail between Barcelona, Spain and Civitavecchia near Rome. In between, stroll through the romantic streets of Cinque Terre, explore the dazzling nightlife in Monte Carlo and lounge on the beach of St. Tropez. Great for: The Romantic

15 Day British Isles & Iceland

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After departing from Dover, England, set sail throughout the British Isles before embarking to Iceland. You’ll discover the amazing wildlife of Skomer Island, known for its adorable puffins; explore the uninhabited island of Copinsay in Scotland brimming with kittiwakes and razorbills; and conclude in Reykjavik, Iceland, home to one of the most prestigious cultural institutions. Great for: Nature Lovers

24 Day Route of The Vikings

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Spend three weeks tracing the Vikings from Southampton, England to Montreal, Quebec. Before heading to Iceland, you’ll stop in Cork, Dublin and the Isle of Mull. Other notable destinations include the Denmark Strait and Price Christian Sound to Greenland and Saguenay. Brimming with culture, these islands have been continually inhabited since after the Ice Age. See where the Vikings attacked the great monastery in Cork in 820, and discover the Norse colonization of North America all on one exciting vacation. Great For: The Historian

Each Seabourn cruise has a handpicked group of naturalists, archeologists and photographer enhancing offshore excursions. These expedition teams share their keen insight with guests for a truly immersive experience in the culture and history of the ports. In addition to gaining valuable insight of the excursions, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in exclusive programs like “Shopping with the Chef” in select ports and Seabourn Conversations with special guest speakers and destination experts.