Seaborn Pride Review
About This Ship
Cabins: All suites are on three midlevel decks and none are aft, which can be noisy on a ship with a water-sports marina. The roomy accommodations are truly of suite proportions, with large walk-in closets, a spacious seating area with coffee table that converts to a dining table for meals, a vanity-desk, and a marble bathroom with a separate shower and tub (in most suites). Owner's, Classic, and Double suites have an actual dining table and chairs; Owner's suites have a guest bathroom. Both Owner's and Classic suites have fully furnished balconies.
Amenities: Amenities are also befitting a true luxury suite: a flat-screen TV with DVD player, a Bose Wave CD stereo, a safe, and a hair dryer. Other amenities include a stocked minibar, fresh fruit and flowers, a world atlas, personalized stationery, shampoo, conditioner, designer soap and lotion, Egyptian-cotton towels and robes, slippers, umbrellas, and beds dressed with silky, high-thread-count linens. The only apparent difference between the sister ships is that Seabourn Spirit andSeabourn Pride have twin sinks in the bathrooms, while Seabourn Legend bathrooms have but one.
Accessibility: Four suites are designed for wheelchair accessibility.
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