The ship,is old and tired, staterooms are adequate but bathrooms tiny.
Staff are cheerful and sort of helpful. Limited responses.
This cruise served a purpose for us, I.e. Visiting Croatia ports, and we got a good deal, however we ...
We stayed 3 nights in Venice before our cruise; it was not our first time to Venice so we choosed to stay at Hotel Cipriani which is located on Giudecca Island.
Embarkation was very smooth, as there were no lines; we had a Club Ocean ...
This is our second cruise on the Quest and wont be the last.
Service is second to non with all staff we encountered helpful, engaging and in good humour.
Food was great in all the restaurants we tried and there was always a good ...
We chose this cruise based on the itinerary. We wanted a cruise that included Malta, Dubrovnik and Venice. We liked the fact that many items like some drinks, gratuities were included in the cruise price. Destination Immersion is one of ...
ports of call
time in port (except Dubrovnik, deserves a full day)
STATEROOM: shower size ( well documented) . Tiny balcony.
SERVICE: Slow service in restaurants, whether a large table or for ...
Good itinery, more incluciviity, small ship, longer port stays.
This was a top notch cruise, our second with Azamara and it will not be the last.
Staff on the Quest are superb. Guest services helped us sort out an issue with our ...
Fourth cruise with Azamara (and fourth cruise ever!). Wonderful to do the Trans Atlantic and it was all that I have come to expect on Azamara. Once again the whole crew from Captain Carl down were so friendly, professional and engaged. The ...
We had been on Azamara before and pretty much knew what to expect except now it is mostly all inclusive. One of the things we really enjoyed was eating lunch in the main dining room on sea days (and we had 10 of them). I thought it would ...
This was our first cruise with Azamara but we have cruised with the following lines, Celebrity (Elite Status), NCL, HAL & Princess.
Azamara advertises as a luxury cruise line but we feel they fall short with making this claim.
Wish there were a way to rate 3 1/2 as that is more appropriate. This was our third cruise on the Quest and interestingly, I would have rated the earlier two cruises higher. In fact, we were on the Quest in September and were more ...
We love days at sea and we love the smaller ship experience. It had been almost 10 years since we were last on Azamara Quest and we leapt at the opportunity to do another transatlantic on the ship. Azamara didn't disappoint. The Quest ...
This cruise was originally chosen due to its three day call in New Orleans. However only eight weeks before we were due to depart they changed the itinary to call in to Havana for two days. Fortunately they still had New Orleans as a ...
Having sailed Oceania many times wanted to try Azamara to see how they compare. We booked this cruise before they changed the itinerary mainly for Key West and New Orleans. They canceled the stop in the Yucatan and added Havana, Cuba as ...
We chose this cruise because it went to New Orleans, and Havana was a last minute addition that only enhanced the trip. All was superior and crew and managerial staff were first rate, accessible and fun to chat with. We bought 4 meals at ...
We choose this cruise when our travel agent made it available and we saw it had two overnights in New Orleans and an overnight in Havana Cuba. It was our third cruise with Azamara and our second on the Quest. We got what we expected and ...
We are a couple in our mid 60's and have about 300 days at sea with many different lines. At the present time Holland America is our favorite line.
Embarkation was very easy. Embarkation service was pleasant and friendly.
We ate in ...
A fantastic cruise, great ports, great service and wonderful amenities. The entertainment was good. Loved the fitness center and our trainer. The trainer also gave some wonderful seminars that we thoroughly enjoyed and got a lot out of ...
Small islands not visited by larger ships made this special with a smaller ship. We tendered in all ports except St. Maartin, and we were the only ship in each of these ports.
Senior staff very visible and the crew is wonderful. ...
We recently sailed on the March 10th sailing of the Quest. We chose this ship for a couple of reasons, #1, the itinerary - 6 Caribbean ports, 4 of which were new to us and the #2 reason is that we have sailed RCCL several times and were ...
We are a couple in our early sixties. Choose a Caribbean cruise every year for the weather and ports. This was our 3rd Azamara cruise. We choose small luxury lines.
We were in N2 category.
As in past excursions were canceled for ...
As this was our 10th Azamara, we were looking at returning to the Quest with great enthusiasm. Our on board experiences again did not disappoint. Other reviews talk about the white nights, Azamazing evening and the like so I don’t ...
This was our first time on a premium cruise line and we did not know what to expect.
Were we going to wallow in the lap of luxury with peons feeding us grapes as we reclined on our loungers?
Caviar and champagne for breakfast, ...
As a senior, solo traveler I choose Azamara firstly because of the itinerary. and then because it is such a friendly environment. The lectures are varied and really interesting, My last cruises have had a bridge director on board which ...
I sailed on one of the very first Azamara cruise when the line was spun off of the Celebrity line. I also sailed this itinerary on Holland America. When the itinerary appeared on this Azamara cruise I decided to "rediscover" ...
Cruising out of San Diego, CA has the benefits of a clean well run cruise terminal, a beautiful city and every tourist accommodation. Still, the first and last two days on board are spent reaching the Sea of Cortez, and the times we have ...
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