Seabourn Odyssey - Cruises from $2,999
About the Seabourn Odyssey
Hailed as "a game-changer for the luxury segment", Seabourn Odyssey boasts the highest space ratio in the industry, a one-to-one service ratio, and an 11,400 square foot spa.
Seabourn Odyssey Facts and Statistics
- Cruise Line Seabourn Cruises
- Year Built 2009
- Ship's Class/Group Luxury
- Tonnage 32,000
- Passengers (Max Occupancy) 450 Passengers
- Number of Crew 330
- Officer's Nationality International
- Hotel Staff Nationality International
- Crew/Hotel Staff Nationality International
- Country of Registry Bahamas
A yacht of grand proportions. More room to roam. More world-class options and dining. More of the good life.
In June 2009, Seabourn Odyssey embarked on her inaugural journey and her debut was eagerly anticipated. She is an evolution of the standard ultra-luxury cruising that has become synonymous with Seabourn yachting life.
Live the Seabourn yachting life on the grandest Odyssey ever - it's an experience that can be easily recreated but never replaced. And well worth the wait.
Seabourn Odyssey offers a range of luxury accommodations. Seven of its 11 passenger decks feature 225 ocean-view suites, measuring from 277 to over 1,300 square feet. Approximately 90 percent of the suites include private verandas providing from 68 to 344 square feet of outdoor living space. Decks 9 and 10 are home to 22 penthouses with 450-square-foot interiors and verandas measuring nearly 100 square feet.
The most expansive guest quarters on board are five Owners Suites that measure over 700 square feet (including veranda) and four, two-bedroom Grand Suites providing over 1300 square feet of private living space. All suites feature granite bathrooms, with separate tub and shower, twin sinks and a stunning glass vanity.
Four Dining Venues
Guests can enjoy superb cuisine in a choice of four venues:
- The Restaurant
- Veranda Cafe
- Restaurant 2
- Patio Grill
The ship's gourmet, open-seating dining room, where guests savor multi-course dinner menus designed by acclaimed celebrity chef Charlie Palmer.
A stylish, yet casual restaurant serving regional specialties, with both indoor and outdoor seating
An elegant and intimate specialty restaurant featuring innovative tasting menus
Where guests can enjoy pizza and grilled items, poolside.
In addition a 24-hour, in-suite service menu is available during dinner hours. Guests can order from The Restaurant menu, dining course-by-course if they wish.
Six Open Bars
Seabourn Odyssey offers a selection of lounges and bars to satisfy a myriad of moods and entertainment styles.
With an open-bar policy that ensures fine wines, champagnes and spirits flow freely, choices include:
- Grand Salon
- The Club
- Sky Bar
- Patio Bar
- Coffee Bar
The main showroom and home to Seabourn's dance band, features a unique living room-like foyer furnished with inviting booths and arm chairs, in addition to tiered banquettes that surround the dance floor.
With both indoor and outdoor seating, is where a pianist, duo or trio perform a variety of musical genres throughout the evening.
This popular icon of the Seabourn yachts overlooks the ship's central, outdoor living space: Poolside Patio.
In the evenings, guests can enjoy live, alfresco entertainment, weather permitting.
Situated portside at Seabourn Square, traditional Italian espresso, cappuccino and cafe latte are complimented by champagne, wine and spirits.
With a dramatic square bar as its focal point, the ship's forward-facing observation lounge is located atop the navigational bridge and boasts panoramic views; high-powered, motion-dampened spotting scopes and binoculars-behind-the-bar for use by patrons.
Other Facilities & Amenities
- Seabourn Square
- The Marina
- Sun Terraces
- Spa at Seabourn
- Swimming pools and whirlpools
The heart of the ship and home to the pursers and tour desks, Internet center, library and three duty-free retail shops.
A beloved icon of the Seabourn fleet, a fold-down teak platform provides a staging area for guests to enjoy complimentary water sports including water skiing from the ship's own speed boat, banana boat rides, paddle boats and kayaks.
Stepped terraces, on Deck 11, at the ship's highest and furthest-forward point, are home to another intriguing amenity. There, protected by a glass windbreak, guests will find a terraced enclave furnished with large sun-beds.
With a thalasso whirlpool as its focal point, the spa features his and hers Finnish saunas, a selection of aromatic steam rooms, separate gym and aerobics areas and two outdoor decks, for exclusive use by spa guests.
Guests can choose from swimming pools on Decks 8 and 5, plus a total of seven whirlpools.