Norway- Seabourn Cruise Line

September 1, 2008

Norway and The Midnight Sun

July 4, 2009

14 Days · Seabourn Pride

Round-trip Copenhagen

Highlights include: Copenhagen, Denmark; Cruising the Norwegian Sea; Gudvangen, Flaam, Aalesund, Svolvaer, Lofoten Islands, Norway; Cruising Trollfjord; Tromsoe, Honningsvag (North Cape), Olden, Bergen, Stavanger, Norway; Cruising the Skagerrak Strait, Copenhagen

Special savings fares from

$9,863

(Brochure fares from $14,090)

Prices above do not include a fuel supplement of $15 per guest, per day.* Seabourn Club Signature Value sailing with exclusive savings of up to 50%. Available for past guests of Seabourn, Carnival Cruise Lines, Costa Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

Norwegian Fjords-Seabourn Cruise Line

September 1, 2008

Norwegian Fjords

May 23, Jun 13, Jul 30, Aug 20, 2009

9 Days · Seabourn Pride

Round-trip Copenhagen

Highlights include: Copenhagen, Denmark; Cruising the Norwegian Sea, Gudvangen, Flaam, Aalesund, Olden, Bergen, Stavanger, Oslo, Norway; Cruising the Skagerrak Strait, Copenhagen

Special savings fares from

$6,298 or $3,545

(Brochure fares from $9,000) 

Prices above do not include a fuel supplement of $15 per guest, per day.*Seabourn Club Signature Value sailing with exclusive savings of up to 50%. Available for past guests of Seabourn, Carnival Cruise Lines, Costa Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

Scandinavia and Russia- Seabourn Cruise Line

September 1, 2008

  Scandinavia and Russia

Jun 1, Jul 18, Aug 8, 29, 2009

12 Days · Seabourn Pride

Round-trip Copenhagen

Highlights include: Copenhagen, Denmark; Cruising the Baltic Sea; Tallinn, Estonia; St. Petersburg, Russia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; Warnemuende (Berlin), Germany; Roenne, Bornholm Island, Denmark; Copenhagen

Special savings fares from

 

 

 $8,372 or $7,176

(Brochure fares from $11,960)

 

 Prices above do not include a fuel supplement of $15 per guest, per day.*

Seabourn Club Signature Value sailing with exclusive savings of up to 50%. Available for past guests of Seabourn, Carnival Cruise Lines, Costa Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

May 3, 2009 Russia Scandinavia on Seabourn Cruise Line

September 1, 2008

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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port1′,’dis’)”>Copenhagen, Denmark</a>
X Copenhagen, Denmark Denmark’s capital is arguably one of the world’s best-loved cities, and certainly the liveliest of all the Scandinavian capitals. It is a gracious and comfortable place, with a decidedly friendly, hospitable and fun-loving atmosphere. If there is such a thing as a cozy city, Copenhagen is it. From the lingering memory of the tales of Hans Christian Andersen to the colored lights of Tivoli Gardens, there is a delightful ambience that surrounds the visitor everywhere. Tidy, narrow streets are lined with tempting restaurants and cafes, and the pedestrian-only Stroget abounds with stylish shops. The spirited Copenhageners are imaginative and unconventional and exude a “do-what-you-want” philosophy that embraces and respects almost all aspects of life. Every friendly Dane you meet further illustrates the city’s motto “Wonderful, wonderful, Copenhagen.”

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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port3′,’dis’)”>Tallinn, Estonia</a>
X Tallinn, Estonia The capital of Estonia, Tallinn is just 53 miles across the Gulf of Finland from Helsinki and midway between St. Petersburg and Stockholm. The first stronghold was built here by Estonians in the 10th century. However in 1219 the powerful seafaring Danes took possession and in 1285 Tallinn was incorporated into the Hanseatic League. At that time the name was Reval, which it kept right up to the beginning of the 20th century. The port’s ideal maritime position has always been a temptation to other nations, resulting in constant strife for control of the city. This cross-cultural history gives Tallinn a special ambience, which visitors have come to appreciate today. The main attraction, no doubt, is the Old Town. Perched on a low hill by the shore, its fortification walls, worn cobbled streets and 13th-century buildings make it one of the purest medieval towns in all of northern Europe. A city of about a half-million inhabitants, Tallinn comprises almost a third of Estonia’s population. In the modern section, we find high-rise office buildings and industrial complexes that manufacture a wide variety of products. Outside of town there is rich pastoral land dotted with dairy herds. Along the coast stretch expansive sand beaches that attract scores of vacationers each summer.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port4′,’dis’)”>St. Petersburg, Russia</a>
X St. Petersburg, Russia Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, the name St. Petersburg calls to mind the riches of imperial Russia. The city was indeed the center of the lavish, reckless social milieu immortalized by Pushkin, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Turgenev. Intended by Peter the Great to serve as his “Window on the West,” he also patterned St. Petersburg after Western European cities. From 1712 to 1914 it was the designated capital of Imperial Russia. Immediately following the 1917 revolution, the city’s name was changed to Petrograd then in 1924, was renamed again – this time in honor of the USSR’s first premier, Vladimir Lenin.In 1991, while the world witnessed the astonishing upheaval and change in the Soviet Union, Leningrad resumed its original name. To this day St. Petersburg remains the most European of Russia’s cities. The canals, rivers and low buildings remind one of Venice and Nevsky Prospekthas the air of the great boulevards of Paris. The second-largest city in Russia, it is the country’s principal Baltic port and continues to be its major cultural center. Some of the world’s most magnificent art treasures are housed in the famous Hermitage Museum. Numerous other museums boast fine collections of Russian and international artists. Many of the monuments and palaces in and outside St. Petersburg, are being carefully restored as they represent an important part of the city’s historical and cultural heritage.In view of the effects resulting from the fall of communism, new history and political orders continue to unfold daily. Changes are a way of everyday life. Economic turmoil includes frequent and steep price increases for many goods and services. At the time of publication the Russian government has banned domestic commercial transactions in currencies other than the ruble to prevent an existing common practice of charging foreigners hard currency at shops, restaurants and hotels. (The ruble at present is still a nonconvertible currency, worthless outside Russia.)
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port5′,’dis’)”>St. Petersburg, Russia</a>
X St. Petersburg, Russia Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, the name St. Petersburg calls to mind the riches of imperial Russia. The city was indeed the center of the lavish, reckless social milieu immortalized by Pushkin, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Turgenev. Intended by Peter the Great to serve as his “Window on the West,” he also patterned St. Petersburg after Western European cities. From 1712 to 1914 it was the designated capital of Imperial Russia. Immediately following the 1917 revolution, the city’s name was changed to Petrograd then in 1924, was renamed again – this time in honor of the USSR’s first premier, Vladimir Lenin.In 1991, while the world witnessed the astonishing upheaval and change in the Soviet Union, Leningrad resumed its original name. To this day St. Petersburg remains the most European of Russia’s cities. The canals, rivers and low buildings remind one of Venice and Nevsky Prospekthas the air of the great boulevards of Paris. The second-largest city in Russia, it is the country’s principal Baltic port and continues to be its major cultural center. Some of the world’s most magnificent art treasures are housed in the famous Hermitage Museum. Numerous other museums boast fine collections of Russian and international artists. Many of the monuments and palaces in and outside St. Petersburg, are being carefully restored as they represent an important part of the city’s historical and cultural heritage.In view of the effects resulting from the fall of communism, new history and political orders continue to unfold daily. Changes are a way of everyday life. Economic turmoil includes frequent and steep price increases for many goods and services. At the time of publication the Russian government has banned domestic commercial transactions in currencies other than the ruble to prevent an existing common practice of charging foreigners hard currency at shops, restaurants and hotels. (The ruble at present is still a nonconvertible currency, worthless outside Russia.)

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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port6′,’dis’)”>St. Petersburg, Russia</a>
X St. Petersburg, Russia Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, the name St. Petersburg calls to mind the riches of imperial Russia. The city was indeed the center of the lavish, reckless social milieu immortalized by Pushkin, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Turgenev. Intended by Peter the Great to serve as his “Window on the West,” he also patterned St. Petersburg after Western European cities. From 1712 to 1914 it was the designated capital of Imperial Russia. Immediately following the 1917 revolution, the city’s name was changed to Petrograd then in 1924, was renamed again – this time in honor of the USSR’s first premier, Vladimir Lenin.In 1991, while the world witnessed the astonishing upheaval and change in the Soviet Union, Leningrad resumed its original name. To this day St. Petersburg remains the most European of Russia’s cities. The canals, rivers and low buildings remind one of Venice and Nevsky Prospekthas the air of the great boulevards of Paris. The second-largest city in Russia, it is the country’s principal Baltic port and continues to be its major cultural center. Some of the world’s most magnificent art treasures are housed in the famous Hermitage Museum. Numerous other museums boast fine collections of Russian and international artists. Many of the monuments and palaces in and outside St. Petersburg, are being carefully restored as they represent an important part of the city’s historical and cultural heritage.In view of the effects resulting from the fall of communism, new history and political orders continue to unfold daily. Changes are a way of everyday life. Economic turmoil includes frequent and steep price increases for many goods and services. At the time of publication the Russian government has banned domestic commercial transactions in currencies other than the ruble to prevent an existing common practice of charging foreigners hard currency at shops, restaurants and hotels. (The ruble at present is still a nonconvertible currency, worthless outside Russia.)
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port7′,’dis’)”>Helsinki, Finland</a>
X Helsinki, Finland Helsinki, capital of Finland and “Daughter of the Baltic”, was founded in 1550 and became the capital in 1812. The city is beautifully set on a peninsula surrounded by islands and is protected by fortifications at Suomenlinna. Today this modern, lively city has half a million inhabitants. Helsinki’s most appealing features are its harbor, market square and many spacious parks. The city’s Empire Center is one of Europe’s finest examples of neoclassical architecture.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port8′,’dis’)”>Stockholm, Sweden</a>
X Stockholm, Sweden Sweden’s capital has been called the most beautiful city in the world and also “the city that floats on water”. It sprawls over 14 islands firmly linked by bridges, 50 at latest count, with waterways leading in all directions. To the east are thousands of islands of all different shapes, sizes and contours. The Swedes are an amphibious race and Venice, the Stockholm of the South, for all its gondolas, has nothing like the water traffic of the Swedish capital. The hundreds of small boats that line the inlets and islands testify to the passion of every Stockholm family to own and sail a boat.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port9′,’dis’)”>Stockholm, Sweden</a>
X Stockholm, Sweden Sweden’s capital has been called the most beautiful city in the world and also “the city that floats on water”. It sprawls over 14 islands firmly linked by bridges, 50 at latest count, with waterways leading in all directions. To the east are thousands of islands of all different shapes, sizes and contours. The Swedes are an amphibious race and Venice, the Stockholm of the South, for all its gondolas, has nothing like the water traffic of the Swedish capital. The hundreds of small boats that line the inlets and islands testify to the passion of every Stockholm family to own and sail a boat.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port11′,’dis’)”>Warnemuende, Germany</a>
X Warnemuende, Germany Warnemuende, a suburb of Rostock and an attractive sailing and fishing port, is the gateway for trips to Berlin and the Baltic coast. The Alte Strom (old river) was the estuary of the Warnow River and until 1903 the sole entrance to the port. Today this area has been renovated, and the small fishermen’s cottages flanking the river house cozy pubs and cafes, shops and boutiques. On the opposite bank of the Middle Mole there is the yacht harbor with its pleasant promenade, which invites you for a stroll, a tasting of some fish, or just a relaxing spot of coffee. Where the Alte Strom ends at the breakwater, Westmole, a fine sandy beach, begins. One of the attractions is the 37-meter-high lighthouse built in 1897. It offers a splendid panorama of Warnemunde, the harbor, and on fine days the Danish coast, just 28 miles across the Baltic Sea.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port12′,’dis’)”>Ronne, Bornholm Island, Denmark</a>
X Ronne, Bornholm Island, Denmark A favorite summer getaway for Danes, Bornholm’s rolling countryside reveals distinctive round white churches and ruined castles. The picturesque seaport of Roenne lies at the southwest corner of this Baltic island whose coastline mixes pearl white sand in the south with sheer granite cliffs to the north. Here you can see four of Denmark’s seven famous round churches dating from the 12th century.
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<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘Port13′,’dis’)”>Copenhagen, Denmark</a>
X Copenhagen, Denmark Denmark’s capital is arguably one of the world’s best-loved cities, and certainly the liveliest of all the Scandinavian capitals. It is a gracious and comfortable place, with a decidedly friendly, hospitable and fun-loving atmosphere. If there is such a thing as a cozy city, Copenhagen is it. From the lingering memory of the tales of Hans Christian Andersen to the colored lights of Tivoli Gardens, there is a delightful ambience that surrounds the visitor everywhere. Tidy, narrow streets are lined with tempting restaurants and cafes, and the pedestrian-only Stroget abounds with stylish shops. The spirited Copenhageners are imaginative and unconventional and exude a “do-what-you-want” philosophy that embraces and respects almost all aspects of life. Every friendly Dane you meet further illustrates the city’s motto “Wonderful, wonderful, Copenhagen.”
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Suite Categories
Brochure Fares
Early Booking Savings Fares
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_OW’,’dis’)”>Owner’s Suite</a> OW
X Owner’s Suite Features include living room with semi-circular couch and expansive ocean view, dining area, forward-facing private veranda, bedroom with one queen-size bed only, two spacious alcove closets (on Seabourn Legend, one walk-in closet and one alcove closet), two flat-screen televisions with DVD players, Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, one bathroom with tub, shower and large vanity, one guest bath with vanity, and a personal safe.
$31,980
$22,386
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_CS’,’dis’)”>Classic Suite</a> CS
X Classic Suite Features include living area with forward-facing window, bedroom with one queen-sized bed only, private veranda with French doors and partial view, spacious alcove closets, flat-screen television with DVD player and Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, generous bathroom with tub, shower, and lard vanity, and personal safe.
$24,130
$16,891 *
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_D1′,’dis’)”>Double Suite</a> D1
X Double Suite Consists of two Category A1 suites combined. Features include living room with two picture windows. Bedroom with one queen-size or two twin beds, dining room (which converts to a second bedroom with one foldout queen-size bed only), two walk-in closets, two flat-screen televisions with DVD player, Bose Wave CD Stereo System, fully stocked bar, two spacious bathrooms (one with tub/shower and one with the shower only), and a personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships). Double Suite combinations are also possible in Suite categories A2 and B2 (Deck 5), A3 and B3 (Deck 6). Fares Based on 180% of the applicable fare for suite category sold singly. One Seabourn Pride, Double Suite combinations are not available in B2 and B3 categories. Note: Combinations 208/210 and 209/211 have two bathrooms with tubs, available on Seabourn Spirit only.
$23,510
$16,457 *
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_B3′,’dis’)”>Balcony Suite</a> B3
X Balcony Suite Providing doors opening to fresh sea breezes from a private mini-balcony, these suites share the same features and attributes as listed below for Category A-A3: Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower, and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$19,300
$13,510
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_B2′,’dis’)”>Balcony Suite</a> B2
X Balcony Suite Providing doors opening to fresh sea breezes from a private mini-balcony, these suites share the same features and attributes as listed below for Category A-A3: Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower, and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$17,370
$12,159
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_A3′,’dis’)”>Suite</a> A3
X Suite Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower, and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$15,500
$10,850
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_A2′,’dis’)”>Suite</a> A2
X Suite Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD stereo system, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower, and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$14,280
$9,996
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_A1′,’dis’)”>Suite</a> A1
X Suite Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD Stereo System, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$13,060
$9,142
<a href=”javascript:ViewIt(‘CatDesc_A’,’dis’)”>Seabourn Suite</a> A
X Seabourn Suite Features include living area and bedroom, one queen-size bed or two twin beds, picture window, walk-in closet, flat-screen television with DVD player, Bose Wave CD Stereo System, fully stocked bar, spacious bathroom with tub, shower and large vanity, and personal safe. Also available are youth beds (Seabourn Pride and Spirit only) and rollaway beds (all ships).
$11,960
$8,368 Prices above do not include a fuel supplement of $15 per guest, per day.*** This category is wait list only. Please check back frequently for availability. **Fuel supplement of $15 per guest, per day based on double occupancy applies to all cruises. The maximum fuel supplement is $210 per guest. In addition, a fuel supplement of $4 (maximum $56) applies for additional guests in a suite. All fares are in U.S. dollars, cruise only, per person, double occupancy. Fares are capacity controlled, subject to availability and may change without notice. All suite categories may not be available on all sailing dates. Guests must be residents of North, Central or South America, the Caribbean or Asia Pacific to book these rates. Government fees and taxes ranging from $ 27.02 per person are not included. Certain restrictions apply. Information herein is accurate at time of distribution. Seabourn reserves the right to correct errors. Ship’s registry: Bahamas ©2008 Seabourn. </div> Palm Desert El Paseo Palm Springs La Quinta Ship Board Credit


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