Seabourn Pride for Kids

Editor Rating:  4.5
73% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Seabourn Pride?

  • Seabourn Pride was sold to Windstar in February 2013
  • It entered Windstar's fleet as Star Pride in May 2014
Seabourn Pride

Seabourn Pride for Families

Editor Rating

Seabourn Pride is more appropriate for adults than families. However, the increased number of one-week cruises and a spate of discounts have attracted a younger crowd including families (sometimes multi-generational). The cruise staff tries to accommodate kids by arranging a least a few activities when there are a number onboard, such as a treasure hunt or group showing of a kids' movie. Still, we wouldn't recommend the vessel for any but the best-behaved kids (and having the nanny along is probably a good idea).

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Member Since 2012
2 reviews
183 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Just off the Pride...which just completed dry dock refitting. Service, attention, food was as good as it gets ANYWHERE and was a lot better than you’ll ever find on nearly all other premium cruise lines. This cruise was perhaps the ... Read more
Member Since 2007
1 review
2 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed October 2013
My husband and I have been on dozens of cruises from Carnival to Crystal. We had always wanted to go on Seabourn, so for our tenth anniversary we went with friends on a Seabourn cruise from Nice to Barcelona. Because of the price we paid ... Read more
Member Since 2013
3 reviews
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
We have cruised with Seabourn about 5 or 6 times and about 25 times with other companies. This is our third time on Pride over the years and certainly our last, not only because she is going in April but because they couldn't give a ... Read more