We chose this cruise purely for the itinerary and the dates. Seabourn was not available for what we needed.
At first we thought we were impressed with the food, but the longer we travelled, we discovered that the menus in the speciality restaurants were disappointing. The Japanese and French themed one (the latter costing $120 per couple extra) were neither Japanese nor French in culture, nor even choice of dishes.
We did enjoy the Hot Rocks around the pool (you cook your own food on a hot stone), and the Atlantide main restaurant was good to very good also. The Indochine is worth a try a well.
Deluxe Veranda, very good, lots of USB, plenty of storage, there were drawers we never used, big walk-in closet, don't get cabin 661, there is a crew door just below which closes loudly occasionally, but not at night!
We much prefer the double sinks on Seabourn, great when you are both rushing for shore excursions at 9AM.
Bigger shower than Seabourn.
I thought the beds were more comfortable on Seabourn.