Seabourn Quest Cruise Review to South America

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5 out of 5

No question, Seabourn is great

Sail Date: October 25, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Cabin: 710

We had been on Seaboard (Odyssey) before so knew the Seaboard experience would be good. The food and service onboard is wonderful.

We also really enjoyed the lectures, learning a lot about the ports, as well as astronomy and geology.

Itinerary is one of our highest priorities when we book, and this Caribbean/South American cruise did not disappoint. We would have traded one of the days in Manaus and a beach resort island for more time in Rio.

Cabin / Stateroom
All the regular cabins are the same generous 300 sq ft with: 2 sinks, shower, and separate bathtub in bathroom; walk-in closet; separate sitting area with couch, table & chairs; entertainment console; built in bar with refrigerator; plenty of storage. We also had a balcony with table and 2 chairs with footstools.
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You can often get a free upgrade to a balcony. Really worthwhile doing.

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