Cruise line: Seabourn,
With Seabourn if they have it on the ship, it is yours for the asking, at no extra charge, and there is no tipping allowed. We had a 5-course meal delivered to our room one night, a course at a time, and it could not have been better.
At each dinner I had caviar as an appetiser, even though it was not on the menu.
Our luxury cruise ship had 196 passengers so we made some good friends very quickly. One night we dined with the Captain who was very charming. Seabourn has been criticised for its entertainment, but we loved the music and the magic. It was very informal and everyone got along fine. Most passengers were over 60 years old and there were no kids, which was preferable as it was time for us to unwind.
I was comparing the ship to Silversea, as I had just completed a trip with them. The biggest difference is that Silversea had large balconies for all suites, and Seabourn did not. However, they made up for it in being smaller and more intimate and we enjoyed the trip very much.