Seabourn unveil Constellation Lounge for Venture

Posted By on Jan 24, 2020 | 0 comments

Seabourn have today unveiled their new Constellation Lounge, which will be part of the cruise line’s two new purpose-built expedition ships.




The Constellation lounge will offer guests a 270 degree, outward-facing view to enjoy at sea and in port. Designed along the lines of the Observation Bar, which is among the most popular venues on every ship in the current Seabourn fleet. The Constellation lounge will debut on Seabourn Venture when she is launched in June 2021, and will also feature on her yet-to-be named sister expedition ship in May 2022.

The name of the new lounge reflects the direction of the space, which is dressed in constellation-inspired interiors, fashioned by hospitality design icon Adam D. Tihany, including a dark carpet laid out with bright constellation patterns.

“The Constellation Lounge creates a scene of its own on our new expedition vessels, inviting guests into a stunning space with myriad delights to enjoy from morning into the night,” said Seabourn President Richard Meadows.

“The design of the space inspires, just like the sky above. It will play out as an ideal setting to relax, unwind, and review the day while soaking up amazing views.”

The Constellation lounge will be situated on deck 9 in the forward of the ship and will be the highest indoor viewing point on each ship. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls will wrap around the space, offering outward-facing views as far as the eyes can see, heightening the guests expeditionary spirit wile bringing them closer to wildlife and wonders at sea. In addition, the expedition team will be in the lounge regularly to help guests identify points of interest, wildlife and geological wonders.

For more information on this extraordinary new expedition ship, please call Seabourn’s largest agent globally on 03331 224466 to secure your space at the guaranteed lowest fares.

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