Seabourn Club Herald - - A LETTER TO CLUB MEMBERS - Sin­cerely, Richard Mead­ows Pres­i­dent

Wel­come to your Se­abourn Club Herald for the spring of 2016. This is an ex­cit­ing sea­son for the staff aboard our ships. As the ships’ bows turn to­ward Europe, crew mem­bers be­gin to an­tic­i­pate the plea­sures that await our guests in the sea­sons to come in the Mediter­ranean and North­ern Europe: sunny af­ter­noons of wa­ter­sports on Ma­rina Days, the magic of a moon­rise over our pri­vate evening con­cert in the ru­ins of an­cient Eph­e­sus, the twi­light that lingers late into the night hours in St. Peters­burg and the Baltic, and Ven­tures by Se­abourn Zo­diac and kayak ex­cur­sions in the Nor­we­gian fjords.

This sea­son in Europe, our ships will be bring­ing more of the shore­side ex­pe­ri­ence on board than ever be­fore, with more sea­sonal foods and re­gional wines, Shop­ping with the Chef in lo­cal mar­kets and lo­cal en­ter­tain­ment on board.

Mean­while, on the Venice La­goon in Marghera, Italy, the ship­yard work­ers wel­come a warmer sea­son and longer hours of day­light as they work to com­plete our beau­ti­ful new Se­abourn Encore for her launch at the end of the year.

This is­sue fea­tures a lot of news from around the fleet and around the world, in­clud­ing news about the progress of our culi­nary part­ner­ship with Miche­lin-starred chef Thomas Keller, a unique sci­en­tific con­ser­va­tion project that Se­abourn sponsored in Antarc­tica, and the fas­ci­nat­ing UNESCO World Her­itage Site of Lunen­berg, Nova Sco­tia in Canada. As al­ways we also fea­ture staff pro­files and pic­tures that you and your fel­low Club mem­bers have taken dur­ing your re­cent cruises.

We hope you’ll en­joy this is­sue, and all of us also hope we can look for­ward to wel­com­ing you back on board one of our ships some­where in Se­abourn’s world in the near fu­ture.

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