Seabourn teases upcoming ultra-luxury ‘Seabourn Encore’ cruiseship
Seabourn has revealed design renderings of the luxurious all-suite, all-veranda accommodations on Seabourn Encore, the line’s newest, ultra-luxury ship set to launch late 2016. The suites on Seabourn Encore have been designed by Adam D. Tihany, who blended modern design elements and innovations consistent with Seabourn’s reputation for understated elegance.
Seabourn Encore will feature 300 spacious, well-appointed suites, all of which include a private veranda. The majority of the ship’s elegant suites range from nearly 300 square feet for the standard veranda suite, plus a private veranda that is up to 74 square feet, to upwards of 1,300 square feet for the luxurious Wintergarden suites, which also feature verandas of nearly 200 square feet.
Guests will enjoy spacious accommodations featuring striking design, tasteful and sophisticated décor, and abundant light. Drawing inspiration from the line’s rich history and yachting heritage, the suites will evoke a residential atmosphere with high-level finishes and furniture and rich mahogany wood. Subtle nautical references in blue and white detailed carpet and tailored white stitched upholstered headboards adorn each suite. Luxuriously modern bathrooms will be all marble, and in the Penthouse Suite in particular, guests will have the option of closing off a patterned glass wall to the living room to create a distinctive and private bedroom space.
The Personal Suite Stewardess’ thoughtful, unobtrusive service will include: welcome champagne and canapés; selection of designer soaps; drawing a Pure Pampering bath; replenishing ice and bar set-up; managing laundry service needs; assisting with special requests; and personalized nightly turndown service.