Seabourn Sojourn Cruise Review by PJSUDS: Sail with the best
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My husband and I joined friends we'd previously met on a smaller ship (Seabourn Spirit departing Singapore to Dubai in 2008). We decided to try the newer, larger ship the Seabourn Sojourn and thoroughly loved it. The best part for me was the large area called Seabourn Square with coffee bar, library, computer center and concierge services. Everyone seemed to gather there often just for a chat and read the morning papers over coffee, which by the way, was pretty good. This is a fantastic idea especially if you just want some "alone" time or want to get up early and not disturb your partner.
Staff and bar staff were fabulous - couldn't fault anyone.
Restaurant staff and food great.
The worst thing for us was the way some people decided that the double lounge chairs were theirs and often saved them by putting books and towels on them early in the morning which has always been a no no on other ships, but we did sort that lot out.
We anchored in Padang More Bay, Bali, Indonesia so there wasn't much to see here.
Also called into Sandakan Malaysia for just a few hours. We wanted to visit the proboscis monkeys but didn't have enough time so just visited the orangutans in the forest. Only saw three so wasn't really worth the effort Less
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Cabin review: Seabourn Sojourn Veranda Suite Deck Seven 721
Great suite with balcony. V1 - V6 rooms are all the same so it doesn't really matter what deck you are on. The whole ship is very quiet and people are encouraged not to disturb their neighbours. Not one complaint about noise. Didn't find the balcony that much of an advantage as we were travelling in very hot humid weather so never really opened the door much.
Port and Shore Excursions
Second time around
Round trip South Pacific islan...
First cruise = Great service.
On balance. more disappointing...
Chaos on Seabourn
Seabourn takes some beating