Cruise liner Seabourn Odyssey visited Sevastopol

Cruise liner Seabourn Odyssey visited Sevastopol

The cruise liner Seabourn Odyssey arrived to the port of Sevastopol. The event did not make long wait for guests and residents of the city, because you do not often see such a chic ship. Many armed themselves with photos and video cameras and hurried to the sea station, where, occupying the entire territory of the pier, a passenger liner moored.

Total on board the liner is 418 passengers, among them Americans, Germans and Englishmen. Foreign guests will take part in excursions and visit the sights of the city of military glory.

Cruise company with a worldwide name Seabourn Cruise Line offers delicious tours with the provision of all types of services on the new luxurious passenger liner of the Odyssey class. The baptism of the sea vessel Seabourn Odyssey was held on June 24, 2009 in Venice, Italy. After the ceremony, the passenger liner set off for the first 108-day sea voyage through the Mediterranean and Black Seas. He has already visited the ports of Sochi and Batumi. After the European route the passenger liner will go to the Caribbean Sea, where it will stay in the sail until the fall.

Cruise liner Seabourn Odyssey belongs to the cruise operator Seabourn Cruise Line owned by the organization Carnival Corporation. The passenger ship was built at the Italian shipyard T. Mariotti and launched in June 2009. Port of registration of the ship — Nassau.

Seabourn Odyssey is absolutely new and the first cruise liner of the Odyssey series for the company with a decade of experience. The passenger ship consists of 11 decks. Ninety percent of the space on the ship is reserved for guests — this is a feature of the Odyssey passenger airliners. On the upper deck there are two swimming pools,six jacuzzis in the open air, as well as a place for various sports. On one of the decks there is a mini-golf course and a huge chess board.

Guests of the passenger liner Seabourn Odyssey are wealthy people, as the cost of daily stay aboard the ship costs them from 1000 US dollars.The interior of the ocean liner will not disappoint the most demanding passenger. 238 cabins are equipped with everything you need with impeccable luxury, and 197 apartments have their own spacious balconies. The bathrooms in the rooms are made of marble, they have two washbasins, full-size baths and a separate shower. In restaurants, the best chefs will prepare breakfast,lunch and dinner, which can be selected in the menu, changing every 24 hours. In the evening, on board the passenger liner, the clubs call the guests with the beautiful music of the seventies.

In 2010 another similar ship called Seabourn Sojourn is planned to be launched.

Technical data of the cruise liner Seabourn Odyssey:

  • Displacement — 32,000 tons
  • Length — 198 m
  • Width — 25.6 m
  • Draft — 6.4 m
  • Ship propulsion system — diesel
  • Speed is 21 knots
  • Number of passengers — 450 people
  • The crew is 335 people.
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