We are Platinum members and our last Seabourn Cruise was 2 years ago. We wanted to try their new larger ship and booked Hong Kong to Hong Kong, a BTB 28 day cruise. The ship is beautifully decorated.
Our cabin was the same size as on the Sojourn and Odyssey. One problem was that the drawers in the furniture across from the bed were very hard to access and the space there has only enough room for one person to stand.
The pool area was the same as the smaller ships and getting a place on sea days was difficult. The chairs are the same and not comfortable.
Our one peeve was that now bartenders are instructed to measure out the amount of liquor for each drink. This on a ship that touts itself as all inclusive. We would have to tell them to pour doubles so we wouldn't have to come back. In the lounge outside The Keller Grill there was only one waitress and one bartender and it took 25 minutes for our drink to come.
The comedians were all from Wales or UK and as Americans we could not understand them. Most of the musical shows were good and the singers and dancers were exceptionally good. The even sang opera at the pool and that was a real treat.
We had a problem on one of the ship's excursions and it was not handled well. We were only told it would be reported and then never heard back.
We agree with others that Seabourn, now having staff hired by Holland America, has gone downhill in service.
As forementioned the placement of the furniture opposite the bed was too tight. Balcony is quite small
Inept young guide on junk and when my husband got injured they could not find a first aid kit. Bridge Director's son who served as host was busy flying his drone.View All undefined undefined Reviews