Seabourn Quest Cruise Review by GeorgiaDave: Quest: Romantic, Relaxing, Luxurious trip of a lifetime!
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Quest: Romantic, Relaxing, Luxurious trip of a lifetime!
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Embarkation: Athens (Piraeus)
We booked the Seabourn Quest, Greek Islands and Turkish Delight, sailing from Athens and disembarking in Istanbul. We were celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary, where we recruited another couple to go with us on a 2 week European vacation that included 2 days in Athens, Greece at the beginning, then another couple days in Istanbul and 3 days in Paris before heading back to the USA.
The ship was absolutely spectacular in every way! When we arrived in our stateroom there was a bottle of champagne on ice waiting for us. On days where we needed to be up early, we arranged for breakfast to be served on our balcony. The staff gave us a special treat on the last night, where we celebrated our anniversary. Every need was met without even asking.
While there were 450 people on board, the ship never seemed crowded, nor did we have to wait for seating at meals. There are a number of places where you can feel like you have the ship to yourself, such as the forward deck on More the 6th Level, where there is a hot tub and sun deck during the day, and a quite spot to be with that someone special at night. Less
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Cabin review: VS536
Large walk-in closet. Large bathroom, with separate shower and bathtub. Balcony was just large enough to have a table and 2 chairs to enjoy breakfast on the deck. This room is in a center of the ship, where we had VERY LITTLE movement while at sea. Couch and desk with 2 chairs in a separate seating area. This room had lots of storage. Location was also very convenient to the laundry rooms.
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