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Athens (Piraeus) to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean Seabourn Quest Cruise Reviews

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Athens to Monte Carlo

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asmody
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

Just came back from a 10 day cruise on Quest which left Athens and ended up in Monte Carlo. This was our second Seabourn cruise. Two years ago we cruised on the Legend, one of the smaller ships, and we were concerned we wouldn't be able to replicate the Legend experience on one of the bigger ships. We arrived in Athens from New York the night before the ship sailed, and visited the Acopolis early ...
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Sail Date: August 2013


Seabourn Quest Med 20 day cruise

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kiwi_pilot
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

We embarked at Athens and boarding was prompt and efficient commencing at about 12.30pm. The ship is great, spacious and elegant and all we expected. The cabins excellent plenty of drawer space and the walk in wardrobe is excellent. We had two 10 day cruises back to back and 20 days felt right, much better than 10. We felt 30 days would have been too long for us. The captain (Erik) was ...
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Sail Date: July 2013


Quest: Romantic, Relaxing, Luxurious trip of a lifetime!

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GeorgiaDave
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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 ...
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Sail Date: September 2011


I almost cried

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Happy Cruiser
First Time Cruiser

I debated about writing this review as a part of me wanted to keep it a secret just how good this cruise line is. We had high hopes as you do when reading the marketing of any Company but always that has to translate through the delivery by staff. This Company live by what they say they will deliver. I don't know if it is the Company training or the Captain who set the standards but whoever ...
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Sail Date: August 2011


Seven days of elegant fun!

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Anton Raphael Mengs
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

We departed from Athens and disembarked in Istanbul on this small ship with 462 passengers. It was a pleasure trip which was put together to reunite a group of 15 couples, many of whom had attended a semester in college in Athens several years ago. The service and food were superior throughout the voyage. The ship is beautiful and the amenities on-board are first-class. This is one of the ...
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Sail Date: August 2011

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


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