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The Constellation Lounge has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that provide 270-degree views

Seabourn expedition ships feature lounge with expansive views

Designer Adam Tihany created a viewing lounge for Seabourn’s expedition newbuilds that will provide the highest indoor vantage point.

Forward on Deck 9, the Constellation Lounge is designed along the lines of the Observation Bar on the current ships. It has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that provide 270-degree views.

The expedition team will be in the lounge regularly to help identify wildlife and points of interest.

Velvety banquettes

The room has dark carpeting with bright constellation patterns and a red and blue palette accented by silver and bronze details, from throw pillows to bar stool stands. Velvety banquettes and sleek, sling-back lounge chairs will contribute to a relaxed environment.

The furniture is created by Tihany Product Design.

The central bar of the Constellation Lounge will be a destination on its own, with striking textured marble and a geometrical faceted metal bar front. Taking inspiration from the skies, lighting elements will create star-like lighting patterns across the ceiling.

Early riser breakfast, afternoon tea, cocktails and tapas

The Constellation Lounge will offer Seabourn’s early riser continental breakfast, while afternoons will feature the recently enhanced afternoon tea service. Cocktails and tapas are served before and after dinner, with live piano entertainment.

Seabourn Venture is scheduled to enter service in June 2021, followed by a sister ship in May 2022.

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