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  1. The only reason we were interested in eating in TK frequently is because they open at 6pm. We prefer to eat early vs. waiting until 7pm for MDR. We also do eat each course and prefer to be in and out as close to 30 minutes as possible. We did appreciate the free transportation perk and the fact they did not enforce the 50 mile rule. The hired car took us from port to the Anchorage airport - 2 hours.
  2. I am also in agreement with the OP (and minority opinion). We took our first cruise on Seabourn this past June (11 days to Alaska) and booked a Signature Suite. We have been on many mass market cruises but this was our first luxury cruise line. We had actually stopped cruising because we were so unhappy with the mass market lines. The upper-tier suite did not help us in getting additional reservations in the TK. Nor did we receive any extra or special recognition from the officers. We booked the room for the size and location and the additional benefit of free Wi-Fi. We were happy with the room and cruise overall but surprised by the lack of any distinction of the upper suites. It will not stop us from cruising Seabourn again. We now know what to expect.
  3. We were on the Sojourn in early June. The only bar open in the morning is the Patio Bar. It opens at 10am every day except embarkation day when it opens at noon. The coffee bar at Seabourn Square had Bailey's, Kahlua and such but it was in a cabinet and not out in the open. You had to know to ask for it. You can also order mimosas or bloody Mary's (or anything else) from your server at breakfast.
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