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Seabourn Encore Review

New Zealand and Australia on the new Seabourn Encore

Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Seabourn Encore
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2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2017
Cabin: Veranda Suite

Having taken two earlier cruises with Seabourn, on the Odyssey and the Sojourn, we were excited to sail on the cruise line's latest ship, the 600 passenger Encore. Overall, the experience was great, the crew as always was friendly and attentive, though we did have some issues with service that we attributed to this being a new ship and new crew.

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One of our concerns in moving from Seabourn's 450 passenger ships to the larger Encore was crowding. Fortunately, this was almost never an issue. The public spaces like Seabourn Square and the pool area were enlarged, so we almost always able to grab a chair or a chaise lounge. The overall design of the ship is similar to the others in the Seabourn fleet, but classier, with more artwork and more dark woods.

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Veranda Suite

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