Seabourn Venture Review

Fabulous ship and overall experience

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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2023
Cabin: Veranda Suite

Our extended family of four sailed from Nome to Vancouver on a 12 day trip this past September.

Seabourn Venture is superb. The design is a happy marriage of form and function. The finishings are exquisite. Everything- from suites to public areas to outdoor spaces, all impeccably designed and executed. I have not been aboard a better ship.

At 355 square feet, the smallest suites are more than generous in size, with nifty touches such as a heated drying rack for your outerwear after an expedition or a hot tub. On other luxury small ships, one has to 'squeeze by the bed'. Not so on Venture; they have added a foot of cabin width so it all feels much roomier. The over-the-top bathrooms are what we all expect now on this class of ship, with marble everywhere, spotlessly cleaned. However, the shower is a bit undersized in contrast to the huge 5.5 foot bathtub.

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Veranda Suite

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