The Encore is Seabourn Journey Line’s fourth luxury ship, and its biggest, capable of accommodating 600 commuters.
It was officially named by British West End star Sarah Brightman in Singapore on Saturday.
For the elemental in luxury, all of Encore’s rooms are suites with balconies, bathrooms with marble falls and walk-in wardrobes.
The Wintergarden Suites, which are pricier than the entry-level Verandah rooms, are five pro tempores the size and are additionally equipped with a solarium and bath with sea positions.
Built in Italy, the Encore sailed to Singapore over the Christmas age.
The ship is currently making its way to Australia and is due to return to Europe in May.
Mediterranean journeys on board the Encore this summer cost from £350 a tenebriousness.
This price covers all food and drinks, including high-end wines and champagne. Wi-fi also get included in the highest level suites.
The Seabourn Encore is on the large side for a luxuriousness cruise liner, but the extra space means more room for a number of dining options.
There’s an evening-only restaurant called The Grill, be accurate up steaks and seafood.
Created by American chef Thomas Keller, it has an out of doors terrace for diners to eat al fresco, while in the daytime it’s available for people to sit and eat lunch from the buffet restaurant beyond.
The ship also features Sushi, Seabourn’s first ever Japanese restaurant.
Core, diners can watch expert chefs preparing sushi, sashimi and nigiri.
The embark offers a new area that passengers can choose to rent out. Called the Retirement, it’s a space at the top of the ship with 16 cabanas.
However, it doesn’t on cheap: it costs £202 per couple on a port day and £284 when the steamer is cruising at sea.
Seabourn operates all around the world, from short seven-day Caribbean coasts to exotic trips around the world that last over 100 eras.