In writing this review I am going to do a typical university thing: compare and contrast, mainly because I have decided it is impossible for me not to be constantly comparing: in the last year I have spent sixty days on Oceania (and previously several dozen more), and have just completed my first ten day son Seabourn. How could I not compare? I will leave it to the reader to judge whether or not the comparison is a fair one.
Let me start off by declaring my bias: I am very happy with Oceania's product, but was tempted to try something that was ostensibly even better: perhaps more luxurious -- at least based on their advertising as 'six star' etc. etc., Seabourn certainly positions themselves so.
I have a tendency to be overly verbose, so will try to restrain myself; here goes:
Extremely convenient, very close to pool deck areas. We thought it would be noisy as a result, but didn't hear a thing. Highly recommended.