|Seabourn's Signature Caviar in the Surf|
Over the past few years, with Caspian Sea caviar being extremely limited due to the fishing bringing the sturgeon from which it comes to be a candidate for extinction, Seabourn had to find appropriate alternatives without its product suffering. Decadence with a conscious, if you will.
As I mentioned to you in my article at the start of the 2012 Seabourn Quest World Cruise, Seabourn has found a great source for sustainable, true, caviar: Uruguay.
|Seabourn's Executive Chef artfully reconstructs a fried egg with caviar|
You may also recall that last year I had some choice words for cruise lines trying to wrap other's luxury brands around theirs to create an ambiance of luxury. Seabourn didn't do that; it found the luxury, put it onto its ships and then let you know who supplies it...allowing the supplier to wrap Seabourn around it.
Nothing like standing on your own two fins....'err, I mean, feet.