Seabourn Encore Review

Not bad, not Seabourn's best ever

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Seabourn Encore
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10+ Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Veranda Suite

Our 7th Seabourn cruse, first on the new Encore-size which carries about 150 more passengers than the previous 'Odyssey' class. We were on for 14 nights, most passengers were on 7 night cruises and the ship was full, so that made it a very busy cruise for the staff.

The ship is beautiful as the Odyssey class ships were, very much the same style. The suite was super, everything on the whole ship was clean and maintained and to a very high standard.

Public spaces, the pool deck, the main restaurant, the theatre haven't been increased in size as much as the passenger numbers have increased. That led to the pool deck being pretty crowded on an afternoon when people came back from trips. The main dining room doesn't have the same feeling of space on the previous ships, it's ok, but some of the ambience is lost. The second restaurant, "The Colonnade" is much larger and brighter than before which is an improvement. Since now not everyone can fit into the theatre at the same time there are two shows a night instead of one, which does give you some choice.

Cabin Review

Veranda Suite

Cabins are great - plenty of space even in the lowest category. With the ship being new the bathrooms gleamed, the furnishings were in a great state. The cabins on the newer ships have more electrical outlets, a touch-unlock door (very useful) and a wonderful large veranda it's great to sit out on.

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