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|Expected Passengers||532 to 638|
|Expected Space Ratio||63|
|Decks with cabins||7|
The Seabourn Encore started sailing in 2016 . Former names: none. The Seabourn Encore is registered in Nassau, Bahamas. The Seabourn Encore has 266 cabins. 100 percent of the staterooms on board have balconies.
You can expect between 532 to 638 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Seabourn Encore has a space ratio of 63.2 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 75.8.
The Seabourn Encore has 330 crew members on board. There are 2 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship.
There are 12 decks on this ship. The highest deck number is 12. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 7.
The following ships share the same class as this ship. This means the basic design and layout of the ship is the same. For the most part the cabins will be identical among these ships, but may be decorated differently.
2016 - Seabourn Encore
2018 - Seabourn Ovation
There are 6 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
The ship last drydock was in Dec 2021.
Most modern cruise ships need to be dry docked for inspection, maintenance and class surveys every five years and once they reach 15 years of age they need to be dry docked at least twice within a five-year period. Dry docks typically last up to 14 days at a cost of up to $2 million per day and involve regular maintenance including hull cleaning, exterior painting of the structure, inspection of pipes, restoration of exterior deck flooring, and installation of enhanced HVAC filter systems
Together with sister ship Seabourn Ovation (scheduled to be built in 2018) are the largest ships in the Seabourn fleet.
External Website - www.seabourn.com
|Queen does not convert|
|Solid metal bottom railings|
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