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  1. I don't think anyone can answer your question. I have bookmarked the above link and I check daily for any updates.
  2. Maybe this site helps https://www.seabourn.com/en_US/book-with-confidence.html
  3. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-03-09/victoria-records-new-coronavirus-covid-19-cases/12038048 3 of the last 4 cases confirmed in Victoria, Australia had flown in from the USA.
  4. I live in Victoria, Australia, where we currently have 19 confirmed cases. Three of the last 4 cases travelled from the U.S.A. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-03-09/victoria-records-new-coronavirus-covid-19-cases/12038048
  5. I have to disagree. Nelson used to work in the Colonnade of an evening, when we sailed on the Quest in 2017. We sailed with my husband's brother and his wife who were both new to Seabourn and they were most impressed. We crossed paths with Nelson again last year and he enquired about the well-being of my brother and sister-in-law AND remembered what they drank!
  6. I agree it probably does have years to run. Probably a win-win situation as we can have an early night knowing we have already seen it several times.
  7. margben, have they retired the 'Tim Rice Show' yet?
  8. Good Luck with your 2021 schedules. Our May 2020 cruise on Ovation has just been cancelled and we are being asked to decide if we want to sail the revised itinerary.....which we are yet to see!!!
  9. Yes, I contacted my TA and he confirmed he had an email from Seattle overnight and will get back to me when he knows what is going on. We have already booked our airfares. We are due to board the Quest in Reykjavik next Tuesday so I'll see if I can learn any "inside gossip"!!
  10. We are booked on the cruise leaving Barcelona on May 9th ending in Amsterdam June 6th, and, after reading your post I logged into My Seabourn, to find our cruise is still there with ports unchanged..................so ???????????
  11. During a cruise in the Med in 2015, a woman leaving for an excursion, whilst rubbing hand lotion on, had her wedding ring fly off and bounce overboard. Captain Mark Dexter told her to proceed with the excursion and promised to do all that was necessary to help her make an insurance claim on her return. However, as soon as she left he called in Divers and was able to hand her the ring on her return. https://www.forbes.com/sites/micahsolomon/2018/08/13/wow-customer-service-a-thousand-miles-from-shore/#245eda407527
  12. Hi Sandytiger, we are doing this as well. I seem to remember Chairsin did this last year and wrote a great trip report which I plan to look for soon.
  13. There are also Art and Bridge lessons. On our recent cruise Sophie organised "Baggo" competitions, Tug-of War between the various crew departments, sack races etc., etc.. It sometimes seemed the sea days were too busy (in a good way) there was so much to choose from.
  14. We did this trip last year and my husband found the jacket provided by Seabourn was too warm for him. I wore mine occasionally, but certainly didn't need anything warmer. Also, we ate outside all but one night, with the aid of heaters and blankets, it was very comfortable.
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