Seabourn Odyssey Review

Great cruise with a wonderful crew and convivial passengers

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Seabourn Odyssey
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2019
Cabin: Suite

Our fourth transatlantic since 2013, Crystal Serenity, 2014 Seabourn Quest and 2016 Regent Explorer.

We embarked in Barbados, easiest we have ever experienced, from arrival at the dock to boarding took ten minutes. Stateroom was available ten minutes after our 2.00 PM boarding.

We had a stateroom forward on deck four, no balcony but a nice big window. First time without a balcony but we did not miss it on this type of voyage. Excellent bathroom provided with tub and shower.

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Cabin A1

Forward stateroom on deck four, no balcony but large window. We found this cabin to be excellent for a cruise with lots of sea days. Also it was very quiet with an absence of creaks and groans also appeared to be very well sound proofed, we did not hear anything from the adjoining staterooms.

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