Seabourn joined several cruise lines that have temporarily switched their home ports from the USA to the Caribbean in order to circumvent the CDC’s No-Sail Order. Seabourn will be relaunching operations out of Barbados in July.
Beginning July 18, 2021, Seabourn will operate seven-day cruises from Barbados to the Southern Caribbean, with stops in ports including Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, St Maarten and St Kitts.
There’s also a 14-day option that combines two distinct seven-day itineraries.
All cruises will be open only to guests that have been fully vaccinated — meaning a minimum of 14 days following the first (for single-shot vaccines) or second dose (for two-shot vaccines) of an approved vaccine.
“We look forward to welcoming Seabourn back to our shores and are pleased with the outlook for the restart of the cruise industry,” said Barbados Tourism Minister Lisa Cummins. “Safe travel is our priority, and placing vaccinations and other key public health travel protocols at the core of our cruise industry restart will not only restore traveler confidence, but also offer comfort to visitors and Barbadians alike.”
Source: Caribbean Journal