The Yachts of Seabourn has unveiled a new 118-page catalogue detailing the ultra luxury voyages being offered aboard its intimate yachts throughout 2011 and the first quarter of 2012. “The Yachting Collection” is a lavishly illustrated guide to the line’s most extensive menu of itineraries ever, featuring 241 voyages visiting a record 266 ports in 78 countries on six continents.

To herald the release of the catalogue, the company has introduced special time-limited “Seabourn Value Fares” for 2011, creating exceptional values with savings up to 65 percent on award-winning cruises aboard the line’s intimate, all-suite yachts. Seabourn Value Fares, which start from $2,199 per guest, vary by itinerary and apply to all worldwide voyages through the fall of 2011.

“2011 will be our most exciting year ever as we add Seabourn Quest, our third beautiful new yacht, and expand our itineraries around the world,” said Pamela C. Conover, Seabourn’s President and CEO. “We have never offered better value for guests who wish to travel well across the globe aboard one of our six intimate yachts and experience our highly-personalized service and exceptional style of cruising,” she added.

The Seabourn Value Fares promotion includes two-for-one fares with inclusive air from 40 North American gateways or savings of up to 65 percent on cruise only fares.

“The Yachting Collection” features day-by-day itineraries divided by cruising region, highlighting destinations in Europe, Asia, South and Central America and the Caribbean. Vibrant lifestyle and destination photography complement the itineraries in each regional section. In addition, the catalogue illustrates the line’s intimate cruising experience, defined as Seabourn Yachting Life, featuring small, boutique ships, unique itineraries, gracious service, gourmet dining, complimentary open bars all at significant value.

New features making the catalogue more user-friendly include a table of contents that folds out from the front cover, and a re-designed cruise planning calendar, allowing all voyages to be viewed at a glance, that folds out from the back cover.

The brochure also outlines Seabourn Sojourn’s 111-day World Cruise in 2011 and Seabourn Quest’s 109-day World Cruise in 2012, as well as a series of Grand Voyages, which are extended combinations of voyages totaling more than 18 days that are offered at substantial savings. Also included are general cruise information, a sample of the line’s pre- and post-cruise Seabourn Journeys fully-escorted land extensions, three-dimensional renderings of suite layouts, and deck plans of the fleet.

Seabourn Value Fares are available for a limited time. Rates are subject to increase and space available, and are based on double occupancy. Certain other restrictions apply.