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Old December 4th, 2010, 12:37 PM
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Seabourn hasn't had gentlemen hosts for as long as I can remember. Crystal does, though.

I would disagree that QM2 is the last bastion of formality. Yes, if stay in the confines of Grill Class, but venture beyond the Queen's Grill Lounge or the two Grill Restaurants (Princess and Queen), you are squarely in a mass market, not so formal, ship. In fact, I experienced dropping my son off at the kid's club and then having to walk through the King George food mall in my tux with people in shorts and t-shirts.

On Seabourn you will have a classy atmosphere throughout the ship. There are many tuxes and smart dressers, but with changing times and airlines looking at luggage as a profit center...
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