Seabourn Odyssey Cruise Ship

Seabourn Odyssey has redefined elegance at sea. The 32,000 ton cruise ship accommodates 450 passengers without sacrificing the beauty of cruising on a yacht. Seabourn Odyssey ships all have intimate interiors with every space geared towards a tasteful holiday onboard.

Highlights of the Seabourn Odyssey

Enjoy the Seabourn Odyssey cruise with the sophistication of contemporary amenities such as Jacuzzi on deck, an Observation Lounge that will delight those who love gazing at the stars at night and at the sea and the horizon at daytime.

The massive ship has 11 decks for all the balconies but its size does not impede intimacy.


The food onboard the Seabourn Odyssey is the rave in Seabourn Odyssey reviews because of Charlie Palmer’s genius in the kitchen. Small portions are served for those who want a sampling of Palmer’s divine masterpieces that fuse in American, Asian and Mediterranean flavors and themes. The presentation is elegant and will delight food lovers and even food critics.

The main dining area accommodates 450 guests at once. The daily offering changes every 24 hours and the port hopper is sure that breakfast, lunch and dinner will be nothing but pure delight.

Restaurant 2 is along Deck 8. The scarlet and black finish makes dining more intimate for lovers onboard. The menu is as tasteful as the candle holders and candles around the dining area. There is no extra charge to dine at Restaurant 2 but booking in advance is advised.

For more casual dining, the Colonnade offers dining alfresco. Passengers may also opt to dine inside if it’s too breezy outside. Everything is available at the Colonnade, whether its scrambled eggs with caviar or fresh strawberries.


Most of the cabins on the Seabourn Odyssey boast spacious balconies that feature hot tubs on deck along with a plunge pool. At 65 sq. ft., the balconies can really accommodate such luxuries.

The ship has staterooms and suites that include queen-sized beds, duvets, desks, couch, coffee tables, a flat screen TV, iPod docks and even Wi-Fi.

The cabins have mini-bars as well complete with fruit bowls and wine glasses. The bathrooms are rather spacious with chocolate and gray marble finishing complete with a full sized bath tub and a separate shower.


There are lots of things to do onboard. Relax in the spa and indulge in the different treatments and massages offered. The treatments and the spa pass to use all facilities may be a bit on the high end spectrum but well-worth it because of the pampering and the great service.

For complimentary recreation, enjoy gourmet dining and Seabourn Odyssey’s wide array of cocktails.

Taking the Kids

There are no special activities for children on Seabourn cruises.

Onboard Fees

Planning to go to the spa? There is a spa pass of $30 for passengers to be able to use the thermal suite and hydropool. This is of course a bit outrageous since use of such amenities should be free so before going to the spa be prepared to spend out of pocket.

For those who want to indulge in The Spa at Seabourn, there is a fee for a 2 hour treatment and use of the spa’s facilities –a big bathtub, living area, a day bed and the balcony.


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