In all fairness to Paul, his posts are right on the money. Surely, there are Seabourn "traditions" that are apparent to the line's loyalists, but for those new to the line, certain events need to be posted more clearly. That's not to say they need to be intrusively shouted out loud, but something more apparent than fine print would go a long way. Remember that Seabourn advertises to attract new passengers just as any other cruise line. As such, they are concerned with attracting new clientele, not just their loyal return customers. To cater to all of their passengers, they need to be mindful of cruisers new to cruising in general and those familiar with the ways of other lines as well.