What's not to like is the answer you would receive on our May 6th cruise on Azamara's Quest by the guests. Our first Azamara cruise is what we call superior even to Seabourn. This line does indeed have their act together compared to other cruise lines. The food was excellent both in the cafe, dining room or specialty dining. The offerings for breakfast and lunch were so varied that it met everyone's palate. You could have even the simplest sandwich...all you had to do is ask. Many times on a cruise ship all I wanted was something as simple as a sandwich and chips and on Azamara you could have it. The pizza was the best that I have had on any ship.
The ship gave you the impression of a small boutique hotel. Nothing like the larger ships. Dining room was in dark woods...very intimate.
Azamara is there to please and it was definitely apparent when we first arrived on the ship. The service was five stars plus. Our stateroom steward was one of the best we have ever had. Everyone on the ship was friendly.
Azamara provided free bottles of water for all ports of call.
The excrusions were great. The tour guides spoke excellent English and the destinations were wonderful, especially Israel with its history and religious sites.