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Seabourn Sojourn Review

4.5 / 5.0
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148 reviews
8 Awards

Sorry Seabourn: You Blew It

Review for Seabourn Sojourn to Around the World
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

We have just finished our "Capetown to Singapore" part of the Sojourn World Cruise.


My wife and I used to be died-in-the-wool Seabourn fans and have Diamond (250+ days) status. We loved the experience. That all fell apart on a cruise in 2016 when they were introducing Thomas Keller (but before they had the separate TK Grill). The quality and variety of food dropped so bad that we started doing a lot of Silversea and Regent. We did not regret changing cruise line.

Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite

We actually had 2 cabins.

Leg 1 = V6 (924)

Leg 2 = PH (1024). Glad we upgraded on 2nd leg as there were no port stops.

While the extra space in a PH is great ... there is one amazing flaw with the PH rooms. If one guest likes to get up early (yours truely) and the other likes to sleep a bit longer, the regular suites are ideal as there is a heavy curtain to separate the two people. But not in the PH rooms: There as a glass door to the bedroom that can not be blocked off... so any light streams in.

Port Reviews


Private Guide

Cape Town

Private guide

Richards Bay

Private guide


Liked the port. Private guide

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