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We are scheduled for the Spirit's voyage from Barbados to Rio this coming January. I just noticed that several of the day excursions offer a "Guided in German" version. Hmmm. Any recommendations for the best way to determine whether this voyage has been co-opted by our Teutonic friends?

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I noticed on our cruise last summer that there were several tours listed that were "guided in German." I thought perhaps we would have a large group who spoke German on board that particular cruise. There was not.


Since then, I have noticed this in every tour book on each cruise we have taken with Silversea...and we are going on our third Silversea cruise this year next week.


I think it is just something they offer now, and it has nothing to do with the demographics for a particular cruise.

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