Seabourn Legend Cruise Review by equus
- Sail Date: December 2012
- Destination: Western Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Seabourn Suite
and the bathroom always had plenty of "lotions and potions".
The Veranda Restaurant was very pleasant for Breakfast and Dinner, the main Restaurant was rather noisy and claustrophobic and the food not so good. There was roast chicken on the Menu in the main restaurant on the last night. They looked like "Sparrows legs" as they had been reconstituted to look like a leg of chicken. Unfortunately the food sometimes gives the impression that it would be more suitable for a "old peoples home". If you like interesting food and outdoor dining go to the Veranda Restaurant, also the service is very good and the wine waiter always have my favorite wine ready.
The swimming pool maybe small but it is great for a quick dip, also you had it to yourself most of the time as it was away from the bar.
The daily newsletter gives you all the information that is happening each day. Please would it be possible to have more information on the next port of call such as places of interest to go and explore. All you get now is a map of the jewellery stores unfortunately they are all the same in each port, a few years ago you give interesting "write ups" about each port.This not a ship if you wish to "rave it up all night" the age group is 50+, if you want quiet luxury and service this is the one.
in the middle of the ship and near the bottom.
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