- Occupancy: 450
- Crew and staff: 335
- Tonnage: 32,000
- Length: 200m
- Cruise Speed: 21 Knots
- Launched: 2011
Food & Drink
The main dining venue on board is the Restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an open seating style. The more intimate Restaurant 2 requires a reservation and serves delicious tasting menus. The Colonnade allows passengers to dine inside or out and serves buffets at breakfast and lunch and themed evening meals. Room service is also available 24 hours a day.
The Observation Bar offers panoramic views as well as a wide variety of drinks. The Patio Bar opens onto the expansive deck and swimming pool and serves wine, cocktails and ice cream. The Sky bar overlooks the pool patio and offers and alfresco drinking experience.
The Grand Salon comes to life in the evenings and offers guests the chance to see cabaret acts, musicians and comedians. During the day the venue serves as a meeting place and also hosts movies, cooking demonstrations and lectures.
For those who don’t want the evening to end, then head to the Club and dance late into the night with music provided by the resident DJ.
The Marina turns to ocean into a playground with activities including pedal boats and kayaking available from the aft of the ship. For those who enjoy more traditional cruising activities then the Retreat offers shuffleboard and a nine-hole putting green. Deck 10 features a spa offering a range of relaxations as well as a whirlpool spa.
The Seabourn Square acts as a hub for the ship and features specialists to help with on board advice and shore excursions. It also features a range of books to be borrowed and eight computers for guests to use.