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Seychelles & Exotic Islands - 5319C

Departure: Monday, April 10, 2023
Nights: 47 nights
Departs: Mahe Island
Returns: Barcelona
One Way Trip
One
way trip
Duration
47
Nights
Days at Sea
24
Sea Days
Ports
20
Ports
Countries Visted
14
Countries
  • Itinerary

    Seychelles & Exotic Islands - 5319C

    Ports of call

    To find out more about the itinerary for this cruise, select the itinerary items below.

    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Monday, April 10, 2023 Mahe Island, Seychelles Embark 11:00 PM
    View of Mahe Island, Seychelles

    Mahe is the largest and most important island of the Seychelles archipelago. While this spectacular island is only 27 km long it is dominated by a mountain range with its tallest peak Morne Seychellois, at 930 m in height, being central to a wonderful national park. There are also some delightful marine national parks off the island. The capital city of Victoria is small enough that it does not take too long to walk around, and this is the best way to see the city and to get a feel of the place and its people, who are often called the ‘friendliest people in the world’. Read more about Mahe Island, Seychelles

    2 Tuesday, April 11, 2023 Praslin, Seychelles 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Praslin, Seychelles

    Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles, lying 44 km NE of Mahe. Once used as a hideaway by pirates and Arab merchants, it is now known as a tourist destination as it is home to beautiful turquoise water and white sand beaches such as Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette. There are also several very rare birds such as the endemic Seychelles Bulbub and the Seychelles Black Parrot, as well as being the only place on earth that is home to the unique Coco de Mer, a fruit from an extraordinary palm tree. Read more about Praslin, Seychelles

    3 Wednesday, April 12, 2023 At Sea
    4 Thursday, April 13, 2023 At Sea
    5 Friday, April 14, 2023 Mombasa, Kenya 12:00 PM 12:00 AM
    View of Mombasa, Kenya

    Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya, with a population of almost one million. A regional cultural and economic hub, Mombasa has a prominent port, and is an important regional tourism centre. The fantastic long white sands of Nyali beach offers numerous water sports. Viewing the six primate species found in the area is also very popular with visitors. Read more about Mombasa, Kenya

    6 Saturday, April 15, 2023 Mombasa, Kenya 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
    View of Mombasa, Kenya

    Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya, with a population of almost one million. A regional cultural and economic hub, Mombasa has a prominent port, and is an important regional tourism centre. The fantastic long white sands of Nyali beach offers numerous water sports. Viewing the six primate species found in the area is also very popular with visitors. Read more about Mombasa, Kenya

    7 Sunday, April 16, 2023 Mombasa, Kenya 12:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Mombasa, Kenya

    Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya, with a population of almost one million. A regional cultural and economic hub, Mombasa has a prominent port, and is an important regional tourism centre. The fantastic long white sands of Nyali beach offers numerous water sports. Viewing the six primate species found in the area is also very popular with visitors. Read more about Mombasa, Kenya

    8 Monday, April 17, 2023 Zanzibar, Tanzania, United Republic of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Zanzibar, Tanzania, United Republic of

    The capital of Zanzibar (which can refer to the island Unguja, as well as the whole Archipelago) is Zanzibar City. Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region of the United Republic of Tanzania. Zanzibar Archipelago is on the Swahili Coast of the Indian Ocean. Since the time of the ancient Assyrians, Zanzibar has traded with countries bordering the Indian Ocean. Read more about Zanzibar, Tanzania, United Republic of

    9 Tuesday, April 18, 2023 At Sea
    10 Wednesday, April 19, 2023 At Sea
    11 Thursday, April 20, 2023 At Sea
    12 Friday, April 21, 2023 At Sea
    13 Saturday, April 22, 2023 Durban, South Africa 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Durban, South Africa

    Durban is the third largest city in South Africa and is its busiest port. Its subtropical climate and extensive beaches provide excellent opportunities for sun-worshippers, surfers and swimmers. The Golden Mile, a wide stretch of golden sands, is artificially separated by various piers. A promenade stretches along the Durban waterfront that is home to numerous restaurants, pubs, hotels, shops and the world class uShaka Marine World aquarium is worth exploring. Read more about Durban, South Africa

    14 Sunday, April 23, 2023 At Sea
    15 Monday, April 24, 2023 Port Elizabeth, South Africa 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Port Elizabeth, South Africa

    Port Elizabeth - or PE as it is fondly known - is South Africa's fifth largest city and is located on the Indian Ocean coast half-way between Cape Town and Durban. Also known as the Friendly City and the Windy City, it tends to live up to both names. The long stretches of white beach and its historical significance make PE a vibrant city, with shopping, flea markets, great restaurants and other entertainment on offer. It has always been a family destination, so there are activities for both young and old. Read more about Port Elizabeth, South Africa

    16 Tuesday, April 25, 2023 Passing The Cape Of
    17 Wednesday, April 26, 2023 Cape Town, South Africa 8:00 AM 12:00 AM
    View of Cape Town, South Africa

    Located on the shore of Table Bay, Cape Town was the first European settlement in South Africa, and today is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Pristine beaches, sheltered bays and secluded coves encircle the majestic might of Table Mountain, a World Heritage Site and home to some 8,500 species of flowers. Be sure to get to the top of the mountain by taking the Table Mountain Cableway and absorb the fascinating views. Robben Island and the District Six Museum are must-visits for anyone interested in South Africa's period of apartheid, which came to an end in 1990. Read more about Cape Town, South Africa

    18 Thursday, April 27, 2023 Cape Town, South Africa 12:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Cape Town, South Africa

    Located on the shore of Table Bay, Cape Town was the first European settlement in South Africa, and today is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Pristine beaches, sheltered bays and secluded coves encircle the majestic might of Table Mountain, a World Heritage Site and home to some 8,500 species of flowers. Be sure to get to the top of the mountain by taking the Table Mountain Cableway and absorb the fascinating views. Robben Island and the District Six Museum are must-visits for anyone interested in South Africa's period of apartheid, which came to an end in 1990. Read more about Cape Town, South Africa

    19 Friday, April 28, 2023 At Sea
    20 Saturday, April 29, 2023 Luderitz, Namibia 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Luderitz, Namibia

    Luderitz is a quirky town lodged in one of the best harbours on the least hospitable coast of Africa. Its appeal as a town lies in the fact that little hasn’t changed since the early 20th century. There are many historic buildings in Luderitz including the Deutsche Afrika Bank, the Railway Station, the Old Post Office, and the Church on the rocks. Then there’s Goerke Haus situated on the wonderfully named Zeppelin Street, which was built from the proceeds of the diamond industry. Read more about Luderitz, Namibia

    21 Sunday, April 30, 2023 Walvis Bay, Namibia 12:00 PM 12:00 AM
    View of Walvis Bay, Namibia

    Walvis Bay, Namibia, lies on the Atlantic coast where the desert dramatically meets the sea, and has long been a haven for sea vessels because of its natural deepwater harbour protected by the Pelican Point sand spit. This is the only harbour along the 1350km Namibian coast, hence important historically to vessels rounding the Cape of Good Hope, discovered in 1485. Variously coming under British, German and South African control, The Republic of Namibia became independent in 1990, and Walvis Bay came under its control in 1994. Agriculture, herding, tourism and the mining industry – including mining for gem diamonds, uranium, gold, silver, and base metals – form the basis of the country’s economy. Read more about Walvis Bay, Namibia

    22 Monday, May 1, 2023 Walvis Bay, Namibia 12:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Walvis Bay, Namibia

    Walvis Bay, Namibia, lies on the Atlantic coast where the desert dramatically meets the sea, and has long been a haven for sea vessels because of its natural deepwater harbour protected by the Pelican Point sand spit. This is the only harbour along the 1350km Namibian coast, hence important historically to vessels rounding the Cape of Good Hope, discovered in 1485. Variously coming under British, German and South African control, The Republic of Namibia became independent in 1990, and Walvis Bay came under its control in 1994. Agriculture, herding, tourism and the mining industry – including mining for gem diamonds, uranium, gold, silver, and base metals – form the basis of the country’s economy. Read more about Walvis Bay, Namibia

    23 Tuesday, May 2, 2023 At Sea
    24 Wednesday, May 3, 2023 At Sea
    25 Thursday, May 4, 2023 At Sea
    26 Friday, May 5, 2023 At Sea
    27 Saturday, May 6, 2023 Cross Equator
    28 Sunday, May 7, 2023 Cotonou, Benin 7:00 AM 6:00 PM

    Cotonou is the largest and most important city of the Republic of Benin, situated in the Gulf of Africa to the west of Nigeria. A majority of the population live on its small southern coastline. While the official language is French, several other languages are commonly spoken. The main attractions here include: the Roman Catholic Cotonou Cathedral noted for its distinct burgundy-and-white-striped tiled architecture; the near-by Ancien Pont Bridge and the Cotonou Central Mosque. Read more about Cotonou, Benin

    29 Monday, May 8, 2023 Tema, Ghana 7:00 AM 6:00 PM

    Tema – nick-named the “Harbour Town” - is a city on the Atlantic Ocean coast of West Africa, 25 km east of the capital city of Accra, in Ghana. The Prime Meridian (0 deg. latitude) passes through the port, which is also just 614km north of the equator, situating it closer to the "centre" of the Earth geographical coordinates than any other habitat. Originally a small fishing village, it grew after the construction of Africa’s largest artificial harbour in 1961, and is now the nation's largest sea port. Read more about Tema, Ghana

    30 Tuesday, May 9, 2023 Lome, Togo 7:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Lome, Togo

    Lome is the capital of Togo, West Africa. Located on the Gulf of Guinea, it is the country's administrative and industrial centre and its chief port. The dock is not within walking distance to town, so shuttle buses are provided. A local drum band and several dancers greet visitors with a performance at the gangway. Read more about Lome, Togo

    31 Wednesday, May 10, 2023 At Sea
    32 Thursday, May 11, 2023 At Sea
    33 Friday, May 12, 2023 At Sea
    34 Saturday, May 13, 2023 At Sea
    35 Sunday, May 14, 2023 Banjul, Gambia 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Banjul, Gambia

    Banjul, the capital of Gambia, is a seaport town located on St Mary’s Island where the Gambia River enters the ocean. The island is connected to the mainland to the west and the rest of Greater Banjul Area via bridges. There are also ferries linking Banjul to the mainland at the other side of the river. The south side of the magnificent estuary is home to 40 km of beautiful sandy coastline, while the city has become a worthy commercial centre. Read more about Banjul, Gambia

    36 Monday, May 15, 2023 Dakar, Senegal 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Dakar, Senegal

    Dakar, the western-most city on the African mainland, is a very French capital and the largest city of Senegal. A feverish city that brims with life, together with its beautiful tree-lined boulevards, results in it having the most European atmosphere of any city on the continent. To get an excellent view of the city visit Les Mamelles Lighthouse that was built in 1864 and located on a small volcanic hill. At the same time be sure to visit the stunning Mosqué de la Divinité situated on the coast nearby. Read more about Dakar, Senegal

    37 Tuesday, May 16, 2023 At Sea
    38 Wednesday, May 17, 2023 Santiago, Cabo Verde 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Santiago, Cabo Verde

    Santiago is the largest of the ten volcanic islands of Cape Verde archipelago in the central Atlantic Ocean. It is located 570 kilometres off the coast of West Africa (and the city of Dakar in Senegal). The highest point is Pico da Antónia at 1394m. Historically it featured in the transcontinental slave trade, was captured by Francis Drake, attacked by French pirates, and colonised by the Portuguese. Read more about Santiago, Cabo Verde

    39 Thursday, May 18, 2023 Porto Grande, Cabo Verde 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Porto Grande, Cabo Verde

    The almost lunar volcanic islands that form the Cape Verde archipelago lie about 500 km off the Senegal coast. Although the isles may be African geographically speaking, they have retained a strong Latin flavour. Porto Grande, the port for the capital Mindelo, is on the windward isle of Sao Vicente and is home to over 90% of the island’s inhabitants. The port itself boasts a delightful waterfront area where the pace is pleasantly slow and the people friendly. Read more about Porto Grande, Cabo Verde

    40 Friday, May 19, 2023 At Sea
    41 Saturday, May 20, 2023 At Sea
    42 Sunday, May 21, 2023 Las Palmas, Spain 8:00 AM 10:00 PM
    View of Las Palmas, Spain

    Las Palmas, the ninth largest city of Spain, is situated on one of the smaller islands of the Canary Islands that are located just off the NW coast of mainland Africa. About twenty percent of all inhabitants of the entire group of islands live in this city. It is set in magnificent scenery of two bays and their beautiful beaches. Be sure to explore the important historical and cultural heritage found mainly in the district of Vegueta, where Christopher Columbus visited in 1492, and that has resulted in its being declared a World Heritage Site. Read more about Las Palmas, Spain

    43 Monday, May 22, 2023 Lanzarote, Spain 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Lanzarote, Spain

    Lanzarote, the easternmost of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, lies about 125 km off the African coast. Due to its mild, dry climate it is regarded as a perfect year-round destination. Lack of erosion means that the volcanic landscape appears much as it did just after past eruptions. Amongst the many stunning volcanic features of Lanzarote is the longest Volcanic Tunnel in the world, the Atlantida Tunnel, which is over 7 km in length. Read more about Lanzarote, Spain

    44 Tuesday, May 23, 2023 At Sea
    45 Wednesday, May 24, 2023 Casablanca, Morocco 7:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Casablanca, Morocco

    Africa’s second largest city and Morocco’s largest city and chief port, Casablanca (Portuguese for ‘white house’), is located on the Atlantic Ocean in the west of the country. The city has passed through Arab, Portuguese, Dutch and French control, and the famous 1942 film Casablanca reflects its colonial status in the 1940s. Today it is the largest city of the Maghreb (Barbary Coast), land of the Berbers and Moors. It is a major port (one of the largest artificial ports in the world), financial centre, and now tourist destination. Read more about Casablanca, Morocco

    46 Thursday, May 25, 2023 At Sea
    47 Friday, May 26, 2023 At Sea
    48 Saturday, May 27, 2023 Barcelona, Spain 7:00 AM Disembark
    View of Barcelona, Spain

    Barcelona, located in Catalonia Spain, is Europe's largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast, and one of the world’s major global cities. Today, Barcelona balances itself on the cutting edge of architecture, intellectual life, and style. Indeed Barcelona won the 1999 RIBA Royal Gold Medal for its architecture, the first time that the winner has been a city, and not an individual architect. The ‘Gothic Quarter’ is the centre of the old city of Barcelona, where many of the buildings date as far back as the Roman settlement. Read more about Barcelona, Spain

  • Ship

    Seabourn Sojourn Overview

    Seabourn Sojourn

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    Seabourn Sojourn is a real explorer ship, and one has to pour over her itineraries to decide which luxury cruise to take. Sojourn stops at many locations never visited by other vessels, being carefully selected for the experiences they offer. Many of these ports are inaccessible to larger vessels, and hence onshore tours are far from traditional tourist tracks.

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    GR, WG, SS, OW, PS, PH, V6, V5, V4, V3, V2, V1, A1, A, RB, OB, SV, SA, OS, RR

    Average Cabin Size – 41.2 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 14.5 m2

    Size: 1,189 sq. ft. (110 sq. m.) plus two verandas totaling 214 sq. ft. (20 sq. m.) Occupancy: 4 guests. Description: Combine mid-ship suites 743 & 745 or 744 & 746 Amenities: Located all the way forward in the bow of the ship with three verandahs, a living room with dining area, two bedrooms with queen sized beds or 2 twin beds, two bathrooms with separate tub (one whirlpool) and shower, guest bath, butler pantry with wet bar, two fully stocked bars, one makeup vanity, two walk-in closets with personal safe, one alcove closet, hairdryer, telephone, three flat-screen TVs with DVD players, Wifi internet access, plush bedding featuring 100% Egyptian cotton duvet, bed linens, terry robe and slippers.

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    • The veranda railings in this suite is part metal and part glass from floor to teak rail
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    • Elevator
    • Obstructed port side view with larger veranda overlooking the center pool
    • Partially Obstructed View
    • Self Service Launderette
    • Shower only
    • Suite 830 Third Guest capacity for Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Quest only
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