Seabourn announces amazing 2024-2025 EXPEDITION VOYAGES in the south pacific including first itineraries to KIMBERLEY, Australia

Seabourn the leader in ultra-luxury voyages and expedition travel has unveiled a program of new exciting expedition voyages for summer 2024 and winter/spring 2025. The newly built expedition ships Seabourn Venture and Seabourn Pursuit can also take passengers to remote destinations, including the South Pacific, Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, and Iceland.

As part of its 2024 itinerary, Seabourn Pursuit will visit the Kimberley region of northern Australia for the first time. There are also destinations such as Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, and sailing the South Pacific from Chile to Melanesia.

Meanwhile, Seabourn Venture will visit the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Greenland, Iceland and the Canadian Arctic. Both ships will sail to Antarctica between the end of 2024 and the beginning of 2025.

“These new expeditions will be exciting and offer so many opportunities for guests to discover the natural and cultural wonders found in some of the most remote corners of the planet, including our first visit to the Kimberley in Australia,” said Robin West, vice president and general manager of expeditions.


Seabourn Pursuit will offer six 10-day voyages between Broome and Darwin in June, July and August 2024. Guests can see wildlife from short-eared rockfish to flying foxes and Aboriginal culture dating back some 50,000 years.

Other highlights include:

Visit the remote Indonesian island of Matakus and swim and snorkel over coral in the Timor Sea.
Visit remote locations such as the Bungle Bungles, El Questro National Park and the Ord River.
Exploring King George’s Falls and a mile-long Zodiac ride through rivers and sandstone gorges.
Viewing the horizontal falls at Talbot Bay.
A bird’s-eye view with a helicopter ride over the Hunter River and the Kimberley as you travel to the triple falls of the Mitchell Plateau.
Visit the 1.8 billion-year-old Montgomery Reef.
Papua New Guinea and West Papua

Seabourn Pursuit will offer a series of 15-day voyages in May, June, August, and September 2024. Guests will also have the option to combine voyages of up to 35 days. Papua New Guinea and West Papua are destinations that offer snorkeling and diving on protected reefs on the mainland and islands.

Other highlights include:

A visit to the sago palm houses at Wattam near the Ramu River.
The sacred Baining Fire Dance in Rabaul under an active volcano.
Seeing the matrilineal society of the Trobriand Islands.
Visit the city of Agats, which is built on pillars.
Exploring the islands of Misol, Vaiag, and Gam.
South Pacific from Chile to Melanesia

The expedition will have Seabourn Pursuit offering several voyages of 14, 17, and 20 days with combined voyages of up to 37 days available in March, April, September, and October 2024. Here you will sail between the South Pacific Islands and the coast of Chile.

The most important are:

Exploring the Juan Fernandes Archipelago, where you can see pink-footed stingrays and seals.
Exploring Easter Island.
A visit to the volcanic islands of the Pitcairn group, which are scattered over hundreds of miles of ocean.
Visit Marae Taputapuatea on the island of Ra’iatea in French Polynesia
Exploration of limestone formations in Sava-I-Lau Caves, Yasava Islands, Fiji
Ambrim Island.
Pentecost Island Vanuatu.

United Kingdom and Ireland

Visit Greenwich (London) and Leith (Edinburgh) in April and May 2024 on a 14-day or combined trip of up to 28 days. There will also be two different itineraries.

The most important are:

Tresco, home of the abbey’s subtropical gardens.
Iona, where Saint Columba founded an abbey in 563.
Board the Zodiac and cruise to Staffa to see Fingal’s Cave.
Explore the double UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. Kilda.
Visit the archaeological treasures of the Neolithic sites of the Orkney Islands.
Copinsai seabird colony survey by Zodiac.
Hike Lochinver in the Scottish Highlands.
Visit Cape Clear and Schull on the West Cork coast.
Kinsale’s historic architecture.
Visit the seaport town of Plymouth.