Thank you. We’ll be returning to Seabourn this coming summer with my ‘children’ (youngest will be 14 by then). They all really wanted to do it again with the exception of the oldest who suffers from mal de mer (seasickness but to me sounds so much better in French ).
I am only interested in port intensive trips whether alone or with the kids, and so far Seabourn really hasn’t been boring for our children because they like to eat well, drink and love being spoiled (rabbit folded face clothes, plates of cooked etc.). I admit my youngest was 12 the last (first and only) time I brought them, but he was happy doing the shuffle board, sand bag toss, golf putting competitions on sea days. He was the only one who came home with a prize despite our valiant team efforts at trivia!
Diebroke, have to agree with your wife though even British accent can be quite alluring.