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Azamara Quest for Families

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  • Upscale cruising on intimate small ship
  • Focus on destinations with overnights in port
  • Fares include house wines, self-serve laundry, shuttles
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Azamara Quest for Families

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Azamara Quest has no children's areas or programming, though kids are allowed onboard. Infants must be at least 6 months old to sail (or 12 months on all transoceanic voyages).

The pool, Wii, some board games and in-cabin TV's are pretty much the only shipboard amenities that will entertain children. If you plan on bringing your brood onboard, make sure they're capable of finding their own fun while on the ship. On rare occasions, when there are 25 or more children onboard during summer or holidays, Azamara Quest will "borrow" a youth counselor from its parent company Royal Caribbean International for the duration of the cruise.

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