Seabourn is a great luxury line. Seabourn’s six ships — the Legend, Odyssey, Pride, Quest, Sojourn and Spirit — offer itineraries from Africa to Antarctica, the Baltic to the South Pacific. None of their ships have more than 229 staterooms. It’s ideal who want a small, intimate cruise experience. I had an assignment with them in August 2012. We went from Ft Lauderdale through the Panama Canal and on th Costa Rica. The Spirit was a nice ship with suite rooms for all.
The Sojourn is one of their premier ships. It has 11 decks, two swimming pools, four restaurants, three bars, three shops, a spa, casino and coffee bar, Sojourn is intimate, and it doesn’t take half the cruise to find your way to and from your stateroom. Seabourn is considered one of the cruise industry’s gold-star lines, along with Regent, Silversea and Crystal. I love Crystal – but have not been on Regent.
Seabourn offers some of the best entertainment and enrichment programs of any line. I spoke as a Destination speaker. They want speakers with credentials who know their stuff. At SpeakOnCruises, we know how to get you connected. Don’t be shy – YOU can do it.
Seabourn is all-inclusive. Once you board the ship, everything — with the exception of spa treatments and premium-brand liquors — is free, and tipping is not allowed. It definitely makes for a hassle-free cruise experience. The paying public goes at $2,499 a person double occupancy for a seven-day cruise. YOU as a speaker pay nothing. Nice