This was our first time on Seabourn, but will not be the last. The suites are expansive and well appointed. Our only complaint there would be the ridiculously small TVs that are in the cabin. Public spaces are well done for this size ship. Th entertainment was excellent actually. The four singers and two dancers that were part of the Seabourn team were some of the best that I have seen on any Cruise line. The food was always top notch, we never had a complaint at any restaurant.
Now the only complaint and it is minor. The Restaurant Wait staff always seemed a little out of sync. Many times throughout the cruise we heard "sorry we're a little busy", or " we'll be with you in a minute". Even at the signature restaurant The Grill, we waited quite awhile for any service. The maitre D finally came over and asked if we had any service yet.It wasn't awful just not what we expected from Seabourn, and we had this happen repeatedly.
The clientele on our cruise was definitely well heeled, and well traveled, and tends to be older. This is NOT a cruise line for children.
All in all it is a luxury experience well worth the cost.
We were assigned a handicap suite, not what we would have preferred but none the less it was expansive and well appointed.
Great city, do visit Old Montreal and the Montreal Archaeological Museum.
Bar Harbor is a great stop. Had lunch at Th Side Street Cafe, it's slightly off the beaten path but was excellent. I would DEFINITELY prearrange transportation to Acadia National Park. Our experience was that it was virtually impossible to get a decent tour the day of.
We didn't have enough time in Halifax to truly enjoy it. More than a visit to the Museum and a walk along the waterfront.
Beautiful town, walk around and enjoy it!
Take a tour of Perce and the short cruise around Perce Rock. Perceis a beautiful little resort town.
What a great city to walk around and enjoy. Take the time to visit the Montmorency Falls.