Seabourn has amended its plans to restart cruising this summer, with the line now due to resume sailing in early July.
Seabourn Ovation will sail from Athens starting 3 July, with another four Seabourn ships due to return to service over the 10 months to April 2022.
On 18 July, Seabourn Odyssey will depart Bridgetown in Barbados and will sail the southern Caribbean.
Odyssey will be followed by Quest, which will sail an ex-Miami Antarctica season starting 7 July.
Next year, Seabourn Sojourn will depart on a world cruise from Los Angeles (11 January), before Seabourn Encore starts sailing from Athens (17 April).
"We continue to assess the overall global situation so we can make thoughtful, logical decisions about when each of our ships will restart,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn.
“We know guests are beginning to restart travel on some level and we look forward to seeing them again as soon as possible, starting as early as this summer in Greece and the southern Caribbean."
Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Ovation will not sail in Asia, Arabia or Australia during the 2021/22 autumn and winter/spring seasons due to ongoing travel restrictions. It means select departures onboard Encore and Ovation, departing between 1 September 2021 and 26 April 2022, will be cancelled "to align with the overall restart plan".
Following a summer season in the Greek Isles, Seabourn Ovation will now sail a selection of departures originally scheduled to operate on Seabourn Sojourn from 9 October to 21 December 2021.
The ship will then begin the new year by operating 12 brand new sailings in the Caribbean/Panama Canal and Europe from January until May 2022. It will then resume its planned deployment in the western Mediterranean.
These new Seabourn Ovation sailings will open for booking on 8 July.
Agents with guests impacted by the changes will be notified of their clients’ options, including rebooking, alternative dates, future cruise credits and booking incentives, and refunds.