An “Enchanted Evening” in the South Pacific

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Seabourn Quest officers, staff and crew took advantage of the balmy weather during Seabourn Quests Pacific crossing to host a special epicurean event on deck before dinner on a formal optional evening. The staff had special food stations on the Pool Patio to serve dishes from their national traditions – Hungarian goulash, Colombian empanadas, Peruvian ceviche, Brazilian feijoada, etc. Then other crew members had themed bar stations around the outer edges of the Patio – the security team hosted a “brig,” the medical team had a “first aid station” and Deck & Engine had a “bunkering station!” Then following dinner, guests were invited back onto the Pool Patio area to enjoy “Opera Under the Stars” featuring Seabourn Arts Conversations guest artist Anthony Steward Lloyd and friends. Cruise Director Handré Potgeiter reports that he could not imagine a more picturesque evening, with most guests attired in formal wear and a blanket of stars overhead as they were serenaded by the outstanding voices of the group. It was a first for the World Cruise and a most memorable evening for those lucky enough to attend.
Enchanted_evening_SP_1 Bar waiter Adam Morilly serves his time in the “brig” bar sponsored by the security team.

Enchanted_evening_SP_2 Dr. Sandra Mae Lim, Senior Nurse Joane Alonzo at the medical department’s “First Aid Station” bar.

Enchanted_evening_SP_3 A dazzling evening under glittering stars

Enchanted_evening_SP_4 Perfect harmony: the singers had guests spellbound

 

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