Seabourn Employees Welcomed with Special Celebration

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On May 2, Seabourn and Holland America held a celebration to welcome new Seabourn staff to the Seattle office and recognize employees who are supporting the transition efforts. Employees who relocated to Seattle from Miami were greeted with welcome baskets full of Northwest-themed gifts including local travel books, chocolates and coffee. Here are some photos from the special celebration!

John Delaney, senior vice president, Seabourn Marketing & Sales, presents Karen Sinclair, director, Seabourn Marketing Communications, with a welcome basket.

Members of the executive team spent time chatting with employees during the celebration. From left: John Delaney, senior vice president, Seabourn Marketing & Sales; Stein Kruse, chairman, Seabourn and, president & chief executive officer, Holland America Line; Richard D. Meadows, president, Seabourn, and executive vice president, Marketing, Sales and Guest Programs, Holland America Line.

Some of the Seabourn employees who moved from Miami and were able to attend the event gather for a photo. Front row: Karen Sinclair, director, Marketing Communications; Olav Torvund, director, Technical Systems; Ove Olsen, technical superintendent; Rick Meadows, president. Second row: Tim Littley, director, Itinerary Development; Chris Prelog, director, Hotel Operations; John Cook, product manager; Bruce Good, director, Public Relations; John Delaney, senior vice president, Seabourn Marketing & Sales.

John Delaney and team serve up some delicious cake for attendees. In photo from left: John Delaney; Trina Holm, administrative assistant, Seabourn Marketing; Patty Desharnais, administrative assistant, Seabourn Marketing & Sales; Peggy McNeil, sales specialist, Seabourn.

Photos are courtesy of Steve Schimmelman.

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There is a certain rhythm to Seabourn that is downright intoxicating. Before you know it, the combination of quiet efficiency, friendly staff, and that special "of course we can" environment backs you into a very cozy corner. Add interesting passengers with great stories and you experience a slice of life like no other. My husband likes to adopt a nook in Seabourn Square. Armed with laptop, coffee, and the ship's daily newspaper, he keeps up with business, emails the grand kids, and works on our "blog-soon-to-be-book", all while chatting with passersby. Sea days find me out on the deck with my huge tote of quilting projects. Before long, the littler table next to me mY, is this a dream? No, it's Seabourn.

There is a certain rhythm to Seabourn that is downright intoxicating. Before you know it, the combination of quiet efficiency, friendly staff, and that special "of course we can" environment backs you into a very cozy corner. Add interesting passengers with great stories and you experience a slice of life like no other. My husband likes to adopt a nook in Seabourn Square. Armed with laptop, coffee, and the ship's daily newspaper, he keeps up with business, emails the grand kids, and works on our "blog-soon-to-be-book", all while chatting with passersby. Sea days find me out on the deck with my huge tote of quilting projects. Before long, the little table next to me magically includes a chilled smoothie -- and a bottle of sunscreen. I mean REALLY, is this a dream? No, it's Seabourn.

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