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Old September 25th, 2006, 02:01 PM
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Default Seabourn Devotees - please chime in

I have been doing a lot of talking witrh Seabourn lately and they tell me they have found a whole new clientele and that their ships are fuller and more fun than ever.

Is this true? Are you one of the new Seabourn devotees? If so, please tell us WHY you love the ships so much. We want to know!

Especially, if you can compare them to other luxury ships that would be extremely beneficial.
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Where's all the Seabourn devotees? Anyway - we will be taking our first Seabourn cruise this May (2008). We have taken numerous mass market ships and simply want to upgrade - get away from the crowds so to speak. Seabourn's smaller ships allow for more interesting itineraries, and the all inclusive program is certainly very important to us. We are sick and tired of signing all the drink chits......We will also try out Silversea this year and compare the two.
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Hey... glad you stopped in. I have been on Silversea but not on Seabourn. There is definitely a difference between the lux ships and the bid behemoths. I am sure you will enjoy it.

Seabourn has a good following of repeat customers, with one three ships and small ones at that. You get a clubby atmoshere that way, and it is easy to eet people.

They generally have very good onboard lecturers and other activities as well.

Please come back and let us know how you liked it.
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My wife and I plus two friends will also be taking our first cruises on Seabourn in May. Maybe we're the new clientele they've found? Seriously, we'll let you know our impressions when we return.
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