Seabourn Debuts the Pursuit in Miami 

Famed Interior designer Adam Tihany takes a bow.

Seabourn, already a top player in ultra-luxury voyages, is shining a bright light on its expedition travel experiences. To that end, the brand introduced Seabourn Pursuit to the U.S. during its “Toast on Both Coasts” event in Miami. The brand-new ship, which launched on August 12, made its maiden arrival in the U.S., and hosted more than 200 travel advisors, media, guests and dignitaries, who received a glimpse of the ship’s world-class expedition offerings and ultra-luxury, small-ship amenities. Guests viewed the ship’s custom-made submarines and heard remarks from Natalya Leahy, president of Seabourn and Adam D. Tihany, founder of Tihany Design.  

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