Travel Podcast 101 : Seabourn Cruises
In episode 101 of the Tips for Travellers Podcast, I share my tips for travellers about Seabourn Cruise Lines
In the podcast I give my observations of the line, based on my tour of the Seabourn Sojourn Cruise ship. I look at what it offers, why it may be better value than you think and who it is best suited for.
I also interview Chad Briggs, the Destination Service Manager, and Paul Beswetherick, the Food and Beverage Manager, about their thoughts and tips about Seabourn Cruises.
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Hi Gary, how are you? hope all is well.
Have done 2 cruises with Seabourn and love it… Such a great experience, and they are really good. All your points are spot on. Great service…great Crew…great facilities…and no kids throwing hotdogs in the pool. Fantastic…. They call you by name …know your favorite drink on day 2…, In my second cruise some of the staff that was in my first cruise recognized us immediately.
Did a Mediterranean and Baltic with them….
A little expensive but worth every penny.
Besides your travelers blog, what else are you doing this days?
Good thanks. Thanks for the comments
Mostly busy on my travel stuff, including writing travel books – one on cruising being published before Christmas…
Doing some consulting with a few companies on marketing bits and pieces too… trying to be a bit less busy and hard working… not suceeding properly at that!!! What you up to?