Seabourn 2006-2007 Schedules, Pricing Now on Website

16-Month Schedule of Ultra Luxury Cruises Available for Booking Now

MIAMI, April 25 /PRNewswire/ — A new series of 12-day Baltic cruises from Copenhagen, the return of the popular Fiji/New Zealand sailings and new ports from Libya to China are highlights of Seabourn Cruise Line’s newly released 2006-2007 cruise itineraries. The line posted a 16-month schedule of cruises and fares covering the period from January, 2006 through April, 2007 for its intimate, all-suite Yachts of Seabourn on the company’s website at http://www.seabourn.com/ . A brochure will be distributed in May.

New Ports and Itineraries

The following are new features of Seabourn’s schedules for 2006 and early 2007:

* New Mediterranean ports include Tripoli, Libya; Sarande, Albania; Rovinj, Croatia; Mylos, Greek Isles; Sousse, Tunisia and Xlendi (Gozo), Malta.

* Four new, 12-day cruises to Scandinavian capitals and St. Petersburg sail round trip from Copenhagen.

* Two new 9-day cruises of Norwegian fjords sail round trip from Copenhagen.

* A 14-day cruise “In the Wake of the Mayflower” from London to Gloucester, Massachusetts, including Plymouth, England and Plymouth, Massachusetts.

* Two 8-day cruises between Gloucester and Quebec include new ports of Portland, Maine, Port Saguenay and Perce, Quebec and Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

* Return to Australia, New Zealand and Fiji, including Padang Bay, Bali, Thursday Island, Australia; Gisborne, New Zealand; Semarang and Pulau Seribu, Indonesia.

* New Caribbean ports are Kingstown, St. Vincent and Isla Margarita, Venezuela.

* Two 10-day cruises of the Mexican Riviera in 2007 between Los Angeles and Caldera, Costa Rica.

* A nine-day China cruise in 2007 sailing round trip from Hong Kong to Taiwan, Shanghai and Xiamen.

Variety, Flexibility, Value

Approximately 57 percent of Seabourn’s 2006-07 cruise schedule is available in lengths of seven or eight days’ duration. The bulk of those are designed to be combinable for up to six weeks of cruising with different port content. Combining two or more consecutive cruises earns an extra 10 percent savings off the Early Booking Savings fares. Longer combinations of 18 or more days qualify for Grand Voyage Savings of 50 percent or more off full brochure fares.

Refurbishments For 2006

All three Yachts of Seabourn will undergo drydock maintenance and interior refurbishments by January, 2006. Planned upgrades include the installation of DVD players and flat-screen televisions in all guest suites.

Seabourn has been honored on every one of Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s annual Gold Lists and placed at the top of the luxury cruise category by readers of such prestigious magazines as Departures, published exclusively for American Express Platinum and Centurion Card members; the United Kingdom newspaper The Telegraph and the annual Travel Star survey of Swiss travel agencies.

In 2005, 2006 and 2007, The Yachts of Seabourn sail cruises of five to 18 days or longer on award-winning itineraries worldwide. With Early Booking Savings of up to 50 percent, cruise-only fares start from $1,975 per person, based on double occupancy. For information, contact a travel agent, call Seabourn at 1-800-929-9391 or visit http://www.seabourn.com/ .

The Yachts of Seabourn provides the ultimate in ultra luxury cruise vacations to the most desirable destinations on earth.

The Yachts of Seabourn is a proud member of World’s Leading Cruise Lines. Our exclusive alliance also includes Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, Princess Cruises, Cunard Line, Costa Cruises and Windstar Cruises. Sharing a passion to please each guest, and a commitment to quality and value, our member lines appeal to a wide range of lifestyles and budgets. Together we offer exciting and enriching cruise vacations to the world’s most desirable destinations. The Yachts of Seabourn is a brand of Carnival Corporation and plc (NYSE:CCL) (NYSE:and) (NYSE:CUK) , and supports the Ocean Conservation & Tourism Alliance, dedicated to education and promotion of best practices for protecting the marine environment.

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