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Seabourn Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Awesome experience

Review for Seabourn Quest to Antarctica
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2016
Cabin: Veranda Suite
penguin chick

We took this cruise as Antarctica was on our bucket list and we were not disappointed. The cruise left from Buenos Aires and the terminal and embarkation were great, no problems We did miss our stop in the Falklands Islands due to bad weather in the Drake passage. despite the bad weather the trip wasn't too bad but maybe is not for 1st time cruisers. Our cabin was great good view and large size. A lot of lectures and the debriefs were held in the grand salon which had a good capacity. If there were performances you didn't have to get there early to get a seat, I believe most of the passengers could be accommodated here. We found that the colonnades dining room was better than the main dining room which seemed a bit slower, but the food was good in both. A lot of the time we ate on the patio (deck 8) as we enjoyed the views and being outside. The expedition team was great and there were informative lecture's everyday. They were always willing to help and answer questions, and they worked so tirelessly to make the Antarctica experience one that you could not easily forget. Going ashore in the zodiacs was an experience in itself, and the crew were fantastic checking your life vests and gear to ensure your safety there was always someone there to assist with getting your boots on and off and wash the guano off the boots which happened most days that we had landings, we even did kayaking in Antarctica which was great paddling amongst the icebergs. I thoroughly enjoyed my Antarctica experience

Seabourn have a great team and Service through out the ship was excellent from the cabin staff guest services and deck crew as well as the waiting and bar staff. After Antarctica we travelled through Patagonia and ended in Valparaiso Chile, disembarkation went very smoothly. Would definitely do the Antarctica experience again with Seabourn and their expedition team no hesitation.

Cabin Review

Veranda Suite

Cabin V4

This cabin was good large bed and plenty of room in the bathroom. It was quiet and had lots of storage areas. the in-suite entertainment was great with movies and TV shows and we had dinner in the cabin one evening so the table was great and a good size. couch was comfortable, walk in robe had plenty of hangers and hanging space. Complimentary sodas and drinks were good and replenished daily.

Port Reviews

Buenos Aires

Embarkation was speedy


not too much to see that interested us.

Punta Arenas

was a local market

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