Seabourn Quest: What is life really like on a six-star luxury ship

Twice named Best Travel Writer at the National Travel Industry Awards, Louise is an occasionally Sydney-based writer, who spends most of the year on luxury cruises. When on land, she embarks on road trips to review hotels, spa resorts and wine regions around Australia.

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Comments (6)
  • stan smith says:

    Thank you so much for this article…we are so looking forward to sailing on Seabourn in the near future, and your experience has whetted our appetite!

  • Tim Katzenberg says:

    Sounds wonderful to me, I’ll be coming soon ! ; )~ Tim

  • Brenda Treasure says:

    A wonderful article and I personally know what a great time you would have had. My Husband and I treat ourselves to Seabourn at Christmas and New Year each year, with this December’s already planned and booked. It is a wonderful luxury experience and Seabourn know how to celebrate Christmas and New Year, like you never had before. In 4months and 11days will will be boarding the Seabourn Sojourn in Ft Lauderdale and cruising through the Panama Canal – cannot wait!

  • As one of those return Seabourn Travelers, I very much enjoyed your post!! I have traveled exclusively on the “Little Sisters”, but am now eager to spread my wings and enjoy the larger ships. Your post has me exploring itineraries for next summer, where we actually do bring our teenage children who have been positively spoiled with their travels on Seabourn!
    Thank you for the review.

  • Bruce Birrell says:

    My wife and I are addicted to Seabourn. Christmas 2013 and new year celebrations will be in the Antarctic on the Quest………..anyone else out there going to join us?

  • Jean Gagnon says:

    Yes, Bruce Birrell, my husband and I will be aboard the Quest for Jan 4 sailing to Antarctica. Looking forward to it.