Seabourn Quest Review

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Seabourn goes the way of Holland American

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pbranson63
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Aug 2023

We have been Seabourn loyal cruisers for a number of seasons, but no more. We like the ship size and outstanding onboard personnel. However, the overall quality of service, food, little extras, and ability of crew members to respond to special needs has disappeared. The ships are the same, the outstanding crews are the same, the food is a little sub-par when compared to Oceana and the excursions are overpriced, but the overall cruise package is good but no longer excellent or even "very good". We experienced the same post-merger decline when Holland American was bought by Carnival. I took the time to express my concern in great detail to Seabourn management after our last two cruises and never heard back. They are pinching pennies and it shows. Sad. The product is no longer worth the premium price. We will look elsewhere. Any suggestions? We prefer long cruises, lots of sea days and warm weather on first-class ships.

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good....standard for Seabourn

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