Having great expectations of the Azamara Quest we thought they fell short of their rating. The good thing about a small ship was the ease of moving around and never having that 'crowded' feeling that can happen on a larger ship.
The library/drawing room is fabulous as is the Looking Glass lounge. All staff are very pleasant and helpful.
The Mosaic cafe provided excellent hot chocolate and snacks between meals. The coffee drinkers in our group appreciated the coffee too..
Although the staff are courteous and attentive our meals in the main dining room were long and there were quite a few mistaken meals delivered. The dining room Maitre D was quick to fix things but the result was long dining times & missing the evening show. We then dined in the Windows cafe which was well set out with linen cloths for dinner.
The staterooms decor look tired and worn and not luxurious at all and very small. The ship is due for a refit soon apparently.
The extras in Windows of Smoothies & Energy boost drinks at breakfast were delicious. Again staff were most attentive and helpful.
Perhaps we just expected too much from an older ship.
Dermot it, the fitness instructor was great with is classes which were free and or diet and fitness advice for a small fee.