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Azamara Quest
Azamara Quest
Member Name: iggiemom
Cruise Date: June 2010
Embarkation: Athens (Piraeus)
Destination: Eastern Mediterranean
Cabin Category: 1C
Cabin Number: 7108
Booking Method: Local Travel Agency
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Member Rating   5.0 out of 5+
Dining 4.0
Public Rooms 5+
Cabins 4.0
Entertainment 4.0
Spa & Fitness 5.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Shore Excursions Not Rated
Embarkation 5+
Service 5+
Value-for-Money 5.0
Rates 5.0
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We chose this cruise for its itinerary-- we had long days or overnight stays at the 8 Greek and Turkish ports and moderate size. The Azamara Quest was a great home while we were on board with all the amenities most travelers want. The crew could not have been more welcoming and professional no matter what their role. The officers wanted feedback from us along the way to make sure we had the experience we wanted. I had mentioned to the head of the food and beverage department that I missed having local cuisine on board and a few nights later there was a poolside buffet that included fresh caught local fish cooked on the grill and the the mezzes that are local to the Greek Isles along with everything from hamburgers to steak (He understood that if I spoke up there must be many others who feel similarly).

We also appreciated not having a set time or table in the main dining room. The food was ok in this restaurant and excellent in the two specialty restaurants. We also enjoyed the food in the buffet-style cafe that provided grazing opportunies at any of the meals we had there. The new addition of complimentary good wine with meals was also appreciated at all the restaurants and poolside dining occasions. A big plus for us coffee lovers was the complementary barista coffee which we took into breakfast with us in lieu of the overly cooked mass-poured coffee.

I celebrated my birthday at the seafood specialty restaurant, Aqualina, and enjoyed my lobster tail and grand marnier souffle greatly. The waiter understood I wanted no singing involved, and he went through the tune, but on mute - very funny and sweet.

The entertainment was fine - some better than others. The cruise director was spot on for his job and one of the better entertainers as well as helpful before we set out for a day of sightseeing.

The cabin was comfortable and the veranda was a nice addition to add to the space while we were in the room. And the cabin steward and assistant were wonderful. The bathroom was small, but my 6 foot tall husband managed without complaint. Overall, the ship was well maintained and spotless.

We will cruise again with Azamara to enjoy the ship and well-considered itineraries.


Publication Date: 06/28/10
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