Seabourn will launch seven-day cruises from Barbados starting in July, its second ship set to resume operations this summer outside of the U.S.
The Seabourn Odyssey will launch round-trip cruises from Bridgetown on July 18 to Southern Caribbean destinations including ports of call in Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Maarten and St. Kitts.
The sailings will open for booking on April 21. Guests can also book a 14-day option, which will combine two, distinct seven-day itineraries on offer.
Seabourn previously announced plans to resume service in Greece on the Seabourn Ovation starting July 3. Both ships will be open only to passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The seven-day Greece cruises will launch from Athens beginning July 3.
Seabourn was the first of Carnival Corp.'s U.S.-based brands to announce a resumption of service outside of the U.S. for North American cruisers. Sister brands Princess and Cunard will both launch U.K. cruises this summer for locals only, and Carnival's Costa and Aida brands have been operating in Europe since last fall.
At least eight cruise lines will launch their ships from foreign ports on cruises that are open to North American passengers this spring and summer.