Luxury Cruise Line Launches Private Jet Travel to Ports of Call

Courtesy Seabourn

You can now take to the seas and skies.

Seabourn has made a name for itself in the cruising industry by offering ultra-luxurious accommodations and services. Not to mention they take passengers to all corners of the Earth with over 464 ports of call. But now they’re making the experience even more extravagant by adding a private jet to their fleet.

Seabourn Private Air is a new private chartered jet service available for exclusive transportation to-and-from ports of call, and for mid-voyage overland options. And like the high-end amenities passengers get on the ship, so too do they get conveniences and comforts on their flights. Included in the Private Air package is access to thousands of airports, WiFi, private valet luggage service, Molton Brown toiletries, and food and beverages including Regiis Ova caviar, K+M Chocolates, Montaudon Champagne, and a range of complementary spirits. There’s also complimentary transfers to-and-from home to the nearest airport and onward to Seabourn’s cruise port.

Of course, before and after your flights, you’ll get to enjoy the ship itself, which features all ocean-front suites, world-class dining, complimentary wine and spirits, unique programming, and spa offerings curated by Dr. Andrew Weil.

“Time is an incredible luxury, and as an ultra-luxury travel operator for three decades, we are always seeking new ways to enhance our guest experience,” said Chris Austin, Seabourn’s Senior Vice President of Global Marketing & Sales, in a statement. “Seabourn Private Air will provide a world of comforts and conveniences for Seabourn guests en route to or from their cruise of a lifetime.”

The jets range in size from ones that can hold five up to 16 passengers. And since guests pay for the aircraft rather than by the seat, the more passengers on board, the lower the cost per person. Guests can book a private jet package beginning August 15 in addition to the cruise fare.