Seabourn Quest Cruise Review by Mick Lee: Lovely experience, Quest reeks of class.
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Lovely experience, Quest reeks of class.
First time with Seabourn and only second cruise in total. First was with P&O which I would rate as 4star (and we would use P&O again).
Seabourn was 6 star. First class professional service at all times, personal attention from Cruise Director to the housekeeping lady. Polite, friendly and helpful, never deferential in approach.
Food was excellent with plenty of choice, I have a gargantuan appetite but never left the table feeling hungry. Dress code seemed sensible and appropriate.
Other guests were a delight, 40% American, many Aussies, Brits, Mexicans, Brazilians, all well heeled professional people some retired but all out for a good classy time.
Cannot recommend this ship enough. It aint cheap and if you are looking for somewhere to show off your tattoos it is not here.
I have not scored 5.5 for entertainment, the size of the boat does not lend itself to the all singing dancing, west end standard type of entertainment we had on More P&O (which we did enjoy a lot). This is more low key, very high standard sophisticated type of entertainment, its a matter of personal choice and taste of course and there was absolutely nothing wrong with Seabourns entertainment.
Last thought, its not for kids. Less
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