Seabourn travel42 Professional Line Review
The second fleet of true luxury boutique-ships got its start in 1988 following the smaller yacht-style Sea Goddess pair in 1984 and 1985. More than double the size, at nearly 10,000 gross tons and twice the passenger complement with 212 berths, the Seabourn ships had better sea-keeping characteristics and could therefore roam the world. Then the fleet grew rapidly between 2009 and 2011 with a new larger trio.
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