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Seabourn Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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144 reviews
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First cruise on Seabourn

Review for Seabourn Quest to the Baltic Sea
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attorneyx
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018
Cabin: Penthouse Spa Suite

Chose this 15 day trip with Seabourn because of our interest in travel around Iceland and Norway. Our previous experience has been with Oceania and Regent.

Overall, the cruise was excellent, particularly the competence and attitude of the staff and the attention to detail. Ironically, the worst service we received was in the Thomas Keller specialty restaurant. Variety and quality of entertainment was quite good, especially for a small 480 passenger ship. Food generally was excellent, with only complaint being the lack of variety of food offerings during off hours.

The Ventures shore excursions (hiking, kayaking, zodiacs,etc) were exceptional, with amazingly qualified Seabourn employees as guides. Standard shore excursions, however, were hit and miss, and several of the ports of call should have been skipped as either uninteresting or repetitive.

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Penthouse Spa Suite

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Perhaps the highlight of the trip, if for no other reason than the fact that Seabourn gave us a free upgrade to the Penthouse Spa cabin from the standard cabin we had booked! (450 sq. ft. vs. 300 sg. ft.) No idea why they did so, but some times in life you get lucky.

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