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Seabourn Sojourn Review

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
144 reviews
8 Awards

Not quite up the standard of other luxury cruise lines

Review for Seabourn Sojourn to Alaska
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StephenPet
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Cabin: Veranda Suite

First of all this cruise is way too late for Alaska. One port was completely closed. In order to see anything while ship was "cruising" a bay, you had to book one of the very expensive small boat tours.

Our cabin was OK but the closet was a disaster. Getting the room cleaned could take up to four hours.

Food was OK but nothing special. Ask for caviar before dinner--is not on the menu. Staff worked hard but thought they were way under manned. Had to set myself on fire to get a pot of tea for breakfast.

Cabin Review

Veranda Suite

Cabin V3

The size was OK but arrangement for clothes was very poor. Very little hanging space and doors were difficult to open and operate. HAD TO PAY FOR WIFI.

Port Reviews

Wrangell

No idea why we stopped here.

Icy Strait

Besides a nice walk, there is nothing to do here.

Ketchikan

Booked our own tour at the dock. Saw some bears and other wildlife.

Juneau

Again, booked our own tour at the dock. Saw the glacier and walked around town.

Sitka

Booked a tour to the bears sanctuary. One of the best tours we took and it didn't cost us an area and leg.

Prince Rupert

Walked up the "Big House" where we watched First Nationers perform a dance and other ceremonial events---got lucky and well worth it.

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