Seabourn Sojourn Review

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Penthouse Suite
Looking to the head of a bay
Whales using a bubble net to capture prey.
Heading out on a zodiac to a glacier
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Taken from a zodiac
We took a 5 day Seabourn precruise adventure into Denali.
We took a 5 day Seabourn precruise adventure into Denali.

We have just finished a 19 day Seabourn adventure to Alaska and as we anticipated it was what we have come to expect from Seabourn. For both of us it was our second visit to this wonderful state.

The first 5 days were a part of the Seabourn expedition program. We were met at the Anchorage airport and then whisked off to the Thomas Cook hotel where we met David the tour guide, coordinator, and all around handy guy.

That evening we had a group dinner with 26 cohorts, soon to become friends. The next morning it was off to Denali via an 8 hour train ride through some gorgeous country. Wednesday was a free day for us to rest and take in the lodge. Excursions were available although Dee and I just took the day off.

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Penthouse Suite

Cabin PH

We normally cruise in the V6 category, and this was no different. We discovered the upgraded us to a penthouse suite. It was an amazing surprise. Although not reality, we kidded each other that we needed a GPS to find each other.

The veranda was another high point of the room. It was equivalent to two V6 verandas.

In short it was a great expirience.

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