Seabourn's guests are well-traveled, mature adults mostly in their 50s, 60s, and 70s and used to the five-star treatment. Many are current or former executives, lawyers, investment bankers, and so on, and have a lot of zeros on their bank balance. The majority of passengers are couples, but there's usually a handful of singles as well, usually widows or widowers. Though most passengers are American and British, guests from Germany, Switzerland, Australia, and elsewhere sometimes spice up the mix. Families with children are a rarity, and only occasionally appear during the holidays and summers. These ships do not cater to kids at all, and Seabourn passengers prefer it that way.
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