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Seabourn Encore Review

5.0 / 5.0
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125 reviews
6 Awards

Best Cruise I have been on in over 15 plus

Review for Seabourn Encore to Trans-Ocean
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2017
Cabin: Veranda Suite

This was a sixteen day cruise that started in Dubai and ended in Singapore. We choose this cruise not for the itinerary but the experience of sailing on the Seabourne Encore. The ship exceeded our expectations it has a very well designed lay out and feels much bigger than it is. The crew was friendly, attentive and very professional. The restaurants (4) had varied menus and rank among the best we have had on any cruise. The entertainment was of high caliber and varied, also we had no trouble getting sitting for the shows. One design flaw is they have some structural supports that blocks some seats in the showroom. They had 4 different speakers that sailed on most of cruise and they gave really interesting talks on all the sea days. The ports in the middle east were interesting but not really worth going back to. The Indian ports on the other hand starting with Mumbai has lots history but it has bad air pollution and horrendous traffic which impacts touring. Mangalore is really an industrial seaport and has very little to offer. Cochin our last Indian stop is one of the best places in India for a visit lots of history and interesting things to see and buy. Colombo was very interesting and scenic and I would go back. Singapore I have been to before and is one of the worlds great cities, my daughter and family also live there so that was another reason we picked this cruise.

Cabin Review

Veranda Suite

Cabin V4

The cabin was extremely well done. Bathroom was spacious with a tub and separate shower. Twin sinks with marble covering the counters and shower areas. Shower had great water pressure and was well designed. TP holder needs to be moved to under the sink area. Cabin had good storage including a walk in closet. Television was about 45 inches and had a good selection of channels and movies. Smartly decorated and had good of outlets.

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