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Seabourn Made a Big Mistake for April 2017 Asia cruise

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Really, Seabourn???? the one day DMZ tours are not offered is the day the ship gets into Seoul! Monday, April 10.

That's like sailing into London and Big Ben is closed, visiting paris and The Louvre is closed. Who's the brain who did this itinerary.

Paul Goodwin is Chief revenue Officer. If you care enough, write him and tell him the displeasure. They change itineraries all the time! How can they bring their guests to a place where the most important destination is closed.

his email is pgoodwin@seabourn.com

I suggest you write.they alter itineraries all the time. They are guilty of deceptive advertising. Someone will book, looking at what is being offered and Seabourn lists the DMZ tour, noting it is closed Mondays. So why post it if it is NOT available.THEY know the itineraries.

The often change itineraries mid cruise.It is 178 nautical miles from previous port of Busan to Seoul. At 26MPH top speed, they can leave Busan as planned at 6PM and get into Seoul by 3 AM Sunday, April 9, when they can actually offer cruisers what they promised. Not likely. They rarely listen. Good thing there are options for other lines.

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