Overview: Seabourn Odyssey Cruises
Seabourn Odyssey was built by the Italian company T. Mariotti S.p.A., located in Genoa, Italy and named in Venice. On that occasion, the guests on board for the maiden voyage were all honored as the ship’s godparents, and a plaque with their names was permanently mounted on a wall inside the ship. Seabourn Odyssey was designed by the same architectural team, Petr Yran and Bjorn Storbraaten, who designed the original Seabourn ships.
Video: Seabourn Odyssey Cruises
- Suites: 229
- Length: 650 Feet
- Width: 84 Feet
Wheel Chair Accessibility
- Deck 2 is the lowest deck available to guests and the Marina is only partial small area of the deck. The deck has elevator access to the deck to the Marina and there is wheelchair access to the Marina, but the Marina itself is not wheelchair accessible.
- Deck 3 is located in the forward section of the ship. Only a small area of this deck, the Medical Facility, is available to the public. The Medical Facility is adjacent to a bank of two elevators.
- Deck 4 is comprised of suites 408 thought 433. It has a single wheelchair accessible hallway that runs down the center of the ship, until the hallway connects to The Restaurant. Once inside The Restaurant routes split in to a square-shaped route along both sides of the room and down the center of the room, until they all connect in to a single hallway ending at the four elevator rooms. Accessible restrooms are located just aft of the four elevator bank on the Starboard side.
- Deck 5 is comprised of suites 502 through 533. It has a single long hallway and is wheelchair accessible. The outdoor accessible route can be accessed by the primary hallway in the atrium. To access the route along the perimeter, assistance with doors may be required. Accessible restrooms are located between the four elevator rooms and the Casino on the Starboard side.
- Deck 6 is comprised of suites 600 through 657. It has a single long hallway and is wheelchair accessible. Accessible restrooms are located in the atrium on both the Port and Starboard side.
- Deck 7 is comprised of suites 700 through 747. It has a single long hallway that briefly splits in to two hallways, both sides are wheelchair accessible, reconnects before the atrium and continues to the aft of the ship. Assistance with doors and outdoor seating may be required. Accessible restrooms are located behind the four elevator rooms, on the Port side.
- Deck 8 is comprised of suites 800 through 831. It has a single long hallway and is wheelchair accessible. The route splits in to two sides around the perimeter of both sides of the pool, and reconnects in the atrium. Assistance with doors and outdoor seating may be required. Accessible restrooms are located on the Starboard side of the atrium.
- Deck 9 is comprised of suites 912 through 925. It has a single long hallway and is wheelchair accessible. The route splits as it connects to the open air deck and down the both sides of the ship, assistance with doors and outdoor seating may be required. The two routes come together and reconnect in the atrium and a single long hallway to The Spa. The long hallways that leads from the atrium to The Spa ends before splitting to Port and Starboard hallways, and before a circular stairway. The circular stairway has a stair lift and connects The Spa on Deck 9 to the suites on Deck 10. Accessible restrooms are located on the Starboard side of the of The Spa’s reception area.
- Deck 10 is comprised two disconnected sections. There is no direct path from the forward observation area to the rear suites area; you must take the elevators from another floor. The forward section contains suites 1015 through 1025. It has a single long hallway and is wheelchair accessible, assistance with doors and outdoor seating may be required. Accessible restrooms are located behind the Observation Bar, on the Port side. The aft section of deck 10 is comprised of suites 1090 through 1093. It has a single hallway and is connected to a circular stairway with a stair lift. The stair lift connects Deck 10 suites to the Spa on Deck 9
- Deck 11 a wheelchair-accessible route is available along the perimeter with a single hallway connecting one side of the deck with the other through The Retreat. Assistance with doors and outdoor seating may be required. Accessible restrooms are located on the port side of the elevator bank.
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- Seabourn (2020, January 1). Seabourn Odyssey. Seabourn. Retrieved October 12, 2023, from Link