As the first new class of ultraluxurious ships to be introduced in nearly a decade, Seabourn Odyssey and her sister ships promise to continue the line's tradition of understated elegance and signature features in a larger setting. With more space, there are more pools, more hot tubs, and a two-deck spa. The specialty dining room gets its own dedicated space, and there's more room to spread out on deck and in gracious public lounges indoors.
As on the trio of smaller Seabourn vessels, there is a Club bar for predinner cocktails and an observation lounge affording expansive sea views. New for the larger ships is a spacious show lounge with a proper stage for entertainment.
When the water-sports marina is extended, there's even a third swimming option—an enclosed in-sea "pool" with teak deck.
SeaDream Yacht Club expands its cadre of expedition-style journeys with a Papua New Guinea voyage in 2014. Read moreRead more
From the Galapagos to Tahiti and Borneo to the Great Lakes, luxury cruise lines launch a string of inventive Read moreRead more
Cruise lines are cancelling itineraries in Europe for the summer 2014 season. Read moreRead more
Free Fodor's Newsletter
Subscribe today for weekly travel inspiration, tips, and special offers.
- $649 -- St. Maarten & Puerto Rico Cruise, Ends Friday MSC Cruises
- $499 -- New Ship to Cozumel on 6-Night Cruise MSC Cruises
- $349 & up -- 5-Night Pacific Coast Cruise on Norwegian Norwegian Cruise Line
- $519 & up -- 7-Nt. Canada & New England Cruise, Save $180 Norwegian Cruise Line
- $179 & up -- Bahamas: Weekend Cruises on Norwegian, $170 Off Norwegian Cruise Line
- View All Cruise Deals
My husband and I are going on RCCL from Ft Lauderdale to Barcelona. Read more
I have booked a ship's excursion at Punta Arenas in February. Read more
I've never been on a cruise, but I thought that I'd look into the possibility despite the negatives of having less flexibility and more regimentation. Read more