Seabourn said it has developed four new Seabourn Journeys, its pre- and post-cruise land vacations sold in conjunction with select cruises.
Each package includes meals, transportation and guided experiences for between two and 10 guests, along with stays in iconic luxury hotels and lodges.
The longest of the four Journeys to launch in 2020 is the UNESCO Imperial Heritage of Europe itinerary, which spans 10 days. It explores European capitals such as Budapest (one day each for Buda and Pest), Vienna, Prague, Dresden, Berlin and then a ferry crossing from Rostock, Germany, for two days in Copenhagen.
Three six-day Journeys will also be rolled out: a UNESCO Gems of the Swiss Alps; a UNESCO Treasures of Tuscany; and a Venice Simplon-Orient Express rail excursion from London to Venice.
All 14 Seabourn Journeys are commissionable to travel agents at 14%, Seabourn said.