Both departures take advantage of the more intimate size of Seabourn’s ships by accessing the smaller ports in the region, such as the small volcanic island of Palau Weh in Indonesia, a new addition to the company's programme this year. The cruises are also able to visit the small Goan city of Marmagao in India and Belawan in Sumatra, Indonesia.
An 18-day Jewels of India and Arabia, which sails from Singapore to Dubai, departs on March 28 and leads in at £3,099 per person cruise-only and £3,899 for a fly/cruise.
A 20-day World Segment cruise departs on March 13 and sails from Hong Kong to Dubai. Prices lead in at £4,299 per person cruise-only or £5,769 for the fly/cruise.
Prices are based on double occupancy and are fully inclusive of all tips and gratuities, fine-dining, open bars and mini-bar.
For more information visit www.seabourn.com