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Seabourn Pride Review

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A disappointment

Review for Seabourn Pride to the Baltic Sea
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Blueberry1
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: May 2013
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We had heard so much about Seabourn cruise line, so decided to try them on a cruise Lisbon to Antwerp. We were a party of 6 - 3 couples, aged late 50s to 60s. We have all cruised many times on other cruise lines. We kept waiting quite a while after arrival before being allowed to board the ship, and gathered together in the lounge. Lunch and drinks were provided - which was very nice. Within an hour or so we were processed and shown to our suite. The suite was lovely, spacious and clean, other than some rubbish left on the floor, and a mark on the couch. We contacted housekeeping and this was rectified the same day.

Sailing the Atlantic at that time of year is pretty rough and the weather can be quite wild. Balcony Suites attract a premium price and we were very disappointed that not once on our 10 day cruise, were the windows cleaned.

We found the main dining room a bit claustrophobic, particularly in the heavy seas, and preferred to eat in Restaurant 2. This is an excellent restaurant, with terrific staff, and fabulous food. However, reaching it in inclement weather is a bit of a trick, carefully navigating the wet and slippery deck.

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