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Azamara Quest

OVERVIEW: Like its sister,Azamara Journey, this ship has the ambience of an old-world country club. Passengers should be pleased with its tasteful, traditional-style interiors.


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Sailaway from Trieste Azamara Quest Aqualina Restaurant

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Sailaway from Trieste Azamara Quest Aqualina Restaurant
msc takes a sharp left turn out of Venice Azamara Quest (centre right) taken from Olinda with the skyscrapers of Recife(Brasil) in the background,december 2012. Mast of Azamara Quest 18th December 2012 From our balcony on the Asamara Quest Out of Rio Brazil 18th December. Evening departure of pilot. Seabourn in Kotor, August 2012 Azamara Quest in Venice taken from the Hilton Molino Stucky August 2012 MSC Musica leaving Venice through the Guidecca Canal August 2012 MSC Divina leaving Venice through the Guidecca Canal August 2012 Azamara Quest (left in picture) has superb berth allocation just minutes from the centre of Venice
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Oceana at St Barts 19th Jan 2014 After a showery start the sun came out to give a magical rainbow halo over Castries Harbor in St Lucia on this wonderful Christmas cruise Azura Skjolden Norway Allure of the Seas - Front Ship Azura alongside in Olden Norway Azura Skjolden Norway One of the crew QM2 in Southampton
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What a relaxing cruise. The ship is small and perfect to do the Greek Islands. We did cruise to the smaller Caribbean islands on the Quest The service was excellent, the open seating dinner worked like a dream. You met more people that way and often turned up another night and sat together again with people you dined with before. Aqualina restaurant was as good as I remembered it from the first time we cruised on the Quest. The food and presentation were spot on Sitting by the window looking out at the moon was truly magical. The wine choice was good but if you preferred another they were happy to try and get it for you.
The ship is understated the welcome glass of pink champagne was a lovely touch. You were made to feel special as soon as you got on board.
The cabins are very nice but a bit on the small side. We don't spend that much time in the cabin so we didn't find it a problem.
Entertainment was good but not as good as you get on the larger ships, but quite adequate.
They are not quite Silverseas but a good substitition and bearing in mind the cruises are considerably cheaper we have enjoyed each cruise we have taken on Azamara. We have cruised several times on the Quest, would like to try the Journey, but the cruises just don't seem to fit in with our travel plans
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Cruise Line: Azamara Club Cruises
Times cruised before: 10+
Cruise Ship: Azamara Quest
Sailed: August, 2011
Destination: Mediterranean
Age: 65+
Cabin: Balcony


Quality of Food
5

Entertainment
4

Shore Excursions
1

Staff
5

Children's Facilities
Don't have children. They do have facilities but I think I'd be inclined to go for a bigger ship with better facilities
0

Onboard Activities
4

Cabins
Nice cabin a bit on the small side
4

Overall Rating
5

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