The shops had a small collection of great items. Some of those baubles were way beyond our price range.
Opening off Seabourn Square, this was the spot for logo merchandize, including T-shirts, caps, pens and champagne glasses emblazened with the Seabourn logo.
We also found sundries such as toothpaste, razors, deodorant, feminine products and various candies.
Seabourn Sojourn’s jewelry boutique was pretty impressive.
We found jewelry by Chopard, H Stern and others, right up to a gorgeous gold and diamond necklace carrying a six-figure price tag. We admired—from afar.
For a smaller ship, Seabourn’s main shop carried a pretty diverse collection of quality goods, well beyond what the average cruise ships sell.
On the shelves were handbags by Chopard, men’s clothing by Ralph Lauren, Douglas & Grahame and Henri Lloyd, women’s clothing by Joseph Ribkoff along with more casual items. There was jewelry by Antica Murrina and Swarovski, handbags by Spartina and Mary Frances, and watches by Hermes, Tag Heuer and Citizen. Fragrances included most of the major names, Chanel, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Yves Saint Laurent, Hugo Boss and skin care products by La Prairie.