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Seabourn Sojourn Review

4.5 / 5.0
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144 reviews
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Disappointing

Review for Seabourn Sojourn to the Baltic Sea
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Penka
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2013
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Our third Seabourne cruise in two years but probably our last.The destinations were great but the quality of food and service generally was much worse than on The Legend or The Oddyssey., The crew are just not as happy,in particular the security staff were miserable,most restaurant staff were good,Juanita stood out as did David the Irish bar server.but unlike previous Seabourne experiences where the vast majority were outstanding.

Food in all venues did not live up to expectation and nowhere near as good as our recent Azamara Journey experience .

We were allocated 913 which is able to take disabled passengers(we are not disabled)This means that the bathroom is large to accommodate a wheelchair but at the expense of wardrobe space.

Cabin Review

Cabin V

We were allocated 913 which is able to take disabled passengers(we are not disabled)This means that the bathroom is large to accommodate a wheelchair but at the expense of wardrobe space.

Port Reviews

Tallinn

We were very lucky to have a friend who lives in Tallin,so got a full day between the Old Town and her family beach house.people very friendly lovely architecture but can see all you need to see in one day

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