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Sail Date: February 2018
We love Azamara. Travel is what you make it. We enjoyed bridge lessons tremendously and the individual entertainers were phenomenal. Personnel on board are VERY accommodating and trained well to take care of every possible need we could ... Read More
We love Azamara. Travel is what you make it. We enjoyed bridge lessons tremendously and the individual entertainers were phenomenal. Personnel on board are VERY accommodating and trained well to take care of every possible need we could imagine. Wasn't crazy about some of the ports, but that always happens. Was surprised to see negative ratings about this voyage as everyone we talked to and met were very happy with this cruise. Came down with a bad cold on board and the doctor couldn't have been better. Some accompanying symptoms necessitated us being confined to quarters for a day, but we received free TV movies and any food we wanted from the room service menu or Discoveries Restaurant, only served on paper plates, not real dishes. We understood the necessity of this. Imagine our surprise several days later when we received a letter from the staff saying we would be comped one day on our next cruise to make up for the missed day we spent in quarantine. WOW! That's service! Best of all were the people we met on board and that's really one of the main reasons why we travel, to meet people from around the world and share conversations with them. Places are wonderful but people are even better! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
Just recently sailed on the Azamara Quest from San Diego to Miami through the Panama Canal. We have previously cruised on Oceania and Princess several times, Viking once and we are elite level on Celebrity. The pros for Azamara Quest were ... Read More
Just recently sailed on the Azamara Quest from San Diego to Miami through the Panama Canal. We have previously cruised on Oceania and Princess several times, Viking once and we are elite level on Celebrity. The pros for Azamara Quest were the White Night and Azamazing Evening in Cabo San Lucas. The wait staff in the restaurants and bars were excellent. The crew was very friendly and approachable. The food in the specialty restaurants was very good. The buffet had various ethic food nights. I thought that for a ship this size that the entertainment was very good. The cons, we had a verandah cabin on deck 8 and in the middle of the ship, lots of vibration especially at night. My wife got seasick one day and this was the first time this happened after 18 cruises. The bathroom. Is very small and the shower is too small for most humans. Disembarkation was at least 2 hours late getting off the ship due to congestion in the Miami harbor according to the captain. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
Wanted to visit the Panama Canal and Cartagena. Cabo was also on our bucket list. Didn’t know much about the other ports but were pleasantly surprised especially by Huatulco and Antigua. San Diego was a fun place to visit before ... Read More
Wanted to visit the Panama Canal and Cartagena. Cabo was also on our bucket list. Didn’t know much about the other ports but were pleasantly surprised especially by Huatulco and Antigua. San Diego was a fun place to visit before embarking. Enjoyed visiting the USS Midway and the zoo. As usual the cruise was very nice. The crew was amazingly helpful and courteous. Always cheerful (I don’t know how). Our cabin was comfortable and spotless. Plenty of room for the two of us. The entertainment was ok but we don’t go on Azamara for that. If we want better shows we cruise Celebrity Solstice class ships. Specialty restaurants were very good. We mostly ate at the Windows buffet which was fine for us because we’re usually tired after exploring ports and want to eat casually and at our own pace. Ate one night in main dining room and wasn’t that impressed and had to eat at the wait staff’s pace. The excursions we took through the ship were adequate and not badly priced. Since it was our first visit to these ports they were a good introduction. Overall it was one of our better cruises mainly because of the crew and the fun people we met. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We’re experienced cruisers, an older couple, one of us has a mobility problem. This was the second of two cruises we took this winter, the first was a Princess cruise to Hawaii that was very successful. By contrast the Azamara cruise was ... Read More
We’re experienced cruisers, an older couple, one of us has a mobility problem. This was the second of two cruises we took this winter, the first was a Princess cruise to Hawaii that was very successful. By contrast the Azamara cruise was less exciting though still very good. We had done two cruises on the Quest last year covering much of the same territory, tho with the addition of the Sea of Cortez. We repeated because we wanted to stay close to North America – and Azamara offers a gourmet experience, important to us. Unfortunately we came down with vicious colds and coughs. No fault of the cruise. Since the temperature was so hot we avoided visiting nearly all the possible ports, barring the Azamara evening in Cabo San Lucas and a short trip in Huatulco. Which meant we stayed on the ship, in itself a pleasant fate. We had an accessible oceanview cabin. It was large, comfortable, and very quiet, indeed a congenial place to spend much of the day. The cabin, on the fourth floor, was especially convenient, with easy access to the elevators and from there to the front and rear of the ship. The Quest is a small ship, so you rarely have a sense of being crowded, unlike on the Star Princess where battling for elevator space was a daily occurrence. Exceptions: when a special event like the white night party or a folkloric show which pulled in so many people, and the pool side bar-b-ques where there were long lines of hungry passengers. We’d expected the food on the Quest to be very good: it had been on five previous trips. And, yes, much of it was tasty. But somehow not as pleasing as before, certainly not at the level of the Crystal (a line we have always enjoyed). The dining room offered a variety of dishes, including the standard salmon and steak, every night. Yet nothing was memorable this time. The nightly wines, included in the fare, were ok but not as good as on the Star Princess (where of course you had to pay). On sea days it also offered lunches, including once a tasty Spanish burger that pleased and, even more, a dim sum feast. (We didn’t try the brunch.) The Patio had excellent burgers and in the evening good steak, though its ribs ho-hum. Prime C, the specialty restaurant, as before, had very good steak (and some really fine desserts) but we found it noisy: try to get a table in the back away from the front where there is a large table that attracts people enjoying themselves with gusto, and thus much noise of course. The various pool side bar-b-ques were abundant and tasty – but, again, the ribs this time were not spectacular. The signature crepes, however, were as good as ever. The Windows Café, the buffet, in the evening served a themed dinner, seafood, Greek, American, etc. The paella prepared individually by a chef for the Spanish evening, was simply superb, one of the best I’ve had anywhere. But the pad thai similarly prepared was mediocre. And the Turkish night offered nothing of interest to us – or most others, it seemed, given the paucity of passengers. Room service breakfast was excellent, the many restricted but still varied, with much to choose from and delivered on time and as requested. We did go to the Windows Café for many lunches: what appealed were the various salads and salad makings as well as the sandwiches and sandwich makings, as well as the soups. The cheeses on the cruise were limited but decent – one difference with the Crystal where the cheeses superb. The Quest looks good, despite its twenty years. It has a classic look yes, especially notable in the Discoveries dining room, the baroque staircase on the 4th-5th floor, and the drawing room. It has an excellent viewing space at the front, the Living Room where in addition you can enjoy drinks and at meal times various tapas. Recently the ship has added replicas of Dalí sculptures, a marvellous touch, and these enhance the overall look of the public areas. Likewise dropping Park West Gallery and replacing them with an individual artist was a wise move: he did an excellent rendition to the night of the dead, the theme of the Azamazing evening, producing it on site. The upgraded stateroom was great, despite the curious bump around the bathroom, presumably to ensure that the water ran off into the drain, not the room. One of the outstanding features of the Azamara Quest is the staff. Captain José, Hotel Director Philip, the entertainment master Russ, the security chief Silvano, all these officers are fine people, friendly, congenial, helpful. And that applies to the rest of the staff. All of the people were ready to help, to offer assistance, to ensure that our needs were met, our concerns satisfied. The Quest is a very friendly ship where the staff goes out of its way to look after passengers. We didn’t do much of the enrichment (tho the lectures we attended were decent) and almost none of the entertainment (excepting Russ’ singular performance, really an enjoyable show). We did go to the Azamazing evening in Cabo (the third time!) and it is certainly singular, full of colour, music, and charm – plus excellent margaritas. I should add that the logistics of this evening, moving all the passengers back and forward without mishap, the professional skill demonstrated, is itself amazing. The folkloric show when in Cartagena was also superb, again full of harmony and dance, a mix of Caribbean and Spanish and Hispanic styles. In the end, then, a fine cruise. Pity our health didn’t allow us to enjoy more. But, in the end, the fact the cruise offered us such great service, some fine spaces, and so much peace made it all worthwhile. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
We cruised on Azamara Journey almost 9 years ago and so when we were looking for a Panama Canal cruise to celebrate my husbands 50th birthday, we looked at Azamara and Oceania (who we have sailed with more recently). The Quest cruise ... Read More
We cruised on Azamara Journey almost 9 years ago and so when we were looking for a Panama Canal cruise to celebrate my husbands 50th birthday, we looked at Azamara and Oceania (who we have sailed with more recently). The Quest cruise matched our dates and what we wanted to do and see best. The crew are the absolute best. Captain Jose was the most friendly and down to earth Captain that we have ever experienced on a cruise and with leadership like that you are only ever going to find happy and proffesional crew. The food in the Windows buffet was generally very good. The breakfasts were far better than in the main dining room and the choices were vast. The only negative we have is the live cooking station, was not usually live. Food was still being pre cooked and placed into the covered servers. If it says live people don't mind waiting..... why not cook it to order. Discoveries, the main dining room, for us was generally underwhelming. Service was either very fast or a bit slow, the tables were quite close together and sometimes the food was not very hot . Where they did shine was the two buffet brunches that were put on a couple of mornings. Everything that you could think of, it was fabulous. We ate twice in Prime C and once in Aqualina and although all of the meals were very nice they certainly were not outstanding, which was what we remembered when we sailed on Journey. Out of the two, we would say that Aqualina slightly had the edge on service and food. I had the most fabulous Dover Sole that was taken off the bone at the table. The most disappointing thing was that on a 17 night cruise, the menus in both never changed once. In Prime C we shared a Chateaubriand, which was very nice, but it came wheeled to the table on the most enormous white plastic kitchen board....not very classy. How about a nice wooden block or serving platter, garnished with a handful of watercress?? There were some mini doughnuts on the dessert menu that were not too special, but the soufflés were excellent. In all of the restaurants many of the dishes had too much salt. All of the breads were varied, plentiful and high quality. There was a nice afternoon tea served one day in Aqualina, a repeat would have been good. Oh and where has the cheese trolley gone?? The place where we ate most in the evening was the Patio. There was always a fish special and steaks, they were without doubt the best cooked on the ship. There were two poolside buffets, White Night and Latino Night, plus an officers BBQ one lunch time, these were all first class. There was a huge amount of work setting up for these nights but they were fantastic, everything that you could think of and more. We didn't buy any drinks package but I think that generally the alcohol on the complimentary list was ok, the wines were a bit disappointing, a lot of the same most nights. The cabin, a balcony on deck 7 was a bit smaller than we had expected but everything was well thought out and there was plenty of storage. It was kept very clean and tidy by the excellent attendants. The bathroom was exceptionally small, with a shower curtain. Maybe for a week, but not 17 nights again......and we are both small. Entertainment is not something that is high on our wish list, but I think that generally it was very good for a small ship. The best by far was Jakub Trusak, an amazing violinist (with a twist!) The ports were pretty good. The only one for us which was not great was Puerto Chiapas. The stops in Puerto Quetzal (Guatamala) and Puntarenas (Costa Rica) could have been given more time and miss Chiapas out. We also would have liked longer in Cartegena and a stop in Cuba to break the last two sea days up. Panama Canal was the highlight day, and it ran like clockwork. The gentleman in the bridge that provided the commentary for the transit was excellent, informative and very knowledgeable. We took some ship excursions which were all very well organised and enjoyable. Whale Watching in Cabo San Lucas, Snorkelling in Huatulco, Pacaya Volcano hike in Guatemala.....plus the Azamazing Evening from Cabo San Lucas, a fantastic night. Extremely well organised and high quality, don't miss it! Unfortunately on the disembarkation day, the ship was late to dock (not their fault) and we had to wait an extra 3hrs. Once off it turned into a bit of a free for all, as transfers really didn't work with the timings skew whiff. An Azamara representative really should have been off ship sorting this out. We cut our losses and jumped in a taxi, but we had prepaid all our transfers. In summary we had a great holiday, met some great people, did a couple of memorable shore excursions arranged through roll call, as always! We would sail with Azamara again if the itinerary was right and I think with that bathroom it would be 7 nights max. I don't know whether there would be a difference between ships or just that its been such a long time since our last one, but 9 years ago the food blew us away.....sadly not anymore. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
Great experiences with Azamara. Azamazing evening in Cabo was truly fantastic. The whole idea of no extra charges multiplies the value. An all inclusive at sea. When the captain knows your name by the 5th day, you KNOW you’re on a small ... Read More
Great experiences with Azamara. Azamazing evening in Cabo was truly fantastic. The whole idea of no extra charges multiplies the value. An all inclusive at sea. When the captain knows your name by the 5th day, you KNOW you’re on a small ship journey. Our 5th voyage in a row out of 20+ total. Before we found Azamara, HAL had been line of choice. Now, we have done a transAtlantic, SE Asia, South America, and some random Caribbean Cruises with Azamara and are satisfied. There are leaks and tweaks on any cruise line and this is no different—just minimized because of the small ship and great service. The entertainment is not as strong as a big ship, but you don’t have to fight the crowds or sit in the third balcony. The time in port puts these cruises in a world of their own. Last year we did a week long cruise with another line and spent 18 hours total in ports. Our Azamara cruise from Hong Kong to Singapore spent 2 to 3 days in different ports allowing side trips to Angor Watt, Mekong Delta, Hanoi, etc. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We'd done many Uniworld riverboat cruises and wanted to do the Panama Canal, so Azamara seemed to be a good choice. The staff on the boat was excellent, very friendly and accommodating. The food was quite good too, however the ... Read More
We'd done many Uniworld riverboat cruises and wanted to do the Panama Canal, so Azamara seemed to be a good choice. The staff on the boat was excellent, very friendly and accommodating. The food was quite good too, however the buffet dinner in Windows was marginal and the service was worse. Breakfast and lunch there were fine. The specialty dining venues were very good but I question the value of the "upcharge" and then their asking for a tip on top of that.... The ship itself was in good condition, but you could tell that they were in need of some major TLC in certain areas; our stateroom was clean and comfortable albeit a typical cramped room. The shore excursions thru Central America were interesting however there was too too much time spent on the bus, and too little time on the ground. Given the geography of CA, this is understandable and unfortunate. Azamara's website is pathetic and its interface to the shipboard system was lacking, according the Azamara folks we talked with. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
This 17 day trip was a great experience that was made special with our first time going through the Panama Canal. We took our first cruise with Azamara in June 2016 on the Journey out of Athens and enjoyed every moment of it and booked ... Read More
This 17 day trip was a great experience that was made special with our first time going through the Panama Canal. We took our first cruise with Azamara in June 2016 on the Journey out of Athens and enjoyed every moment of it and booked this one while onboard. We have done 9 cruises and are not as experienced as others but we have a daughter who worked on a cruise for a year when she finished college and we gained a lot of information on how hard these people work when we joined her on a back to cruise in 2009 and got to go behind the scenes. We are 56 ( me) and 54 years old and consider ourselves young at heart and very athletic but the relaxed atmosphere is what we love about Azamara along with the sea days followed by longer port stays. We enjoy the mature clientele and look forward to quiet days on the pool deck ( some light music being sung.....actually really good) along with the some wine and cheese on our balcony around 5:00 then on to drinks at the Discovery's Bar and then to supper followed by dancing or a show. The staff from Captain Jose down to those that fold the towels would always have a smile and were more than accommodating when necessary. Cruise Director Russ is a machine and I always thought that I had a lot of energy but I was amazed at how he made every event top notch. Hotel Director Philip Herbert along with all the Management were always visible and any concern that arose was handled promptly and professionally. The folks who looked after our room along with the service we received at Prime C to Windows Café was 5 star. Getting on and off the boat at every port was smooth and well organized along with the tours that were well run. The first drink on this cruise was served by the same gentleman who served us our FIRST drink on our first cruise......and he remembered that.....thank you for remembering us. If you are looking for an intimate setting / great service / 5 star food / top notch entertainment and plenty of things to do / hands on Captain and Officers and friendly staff then give Azamara a shot, you won't be disappointed. We have always had the attitude that we never let minor things get in the way of a good vacation and that is why we are never concerned about a bit of rust on the side of the boat or if there is too much mayonnaise in the salad. We are looking forward to our next trip on the Pursuit in March 2019 out of Rio. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
We chose this cruise for the Panama Canal experience and the size of the ship. Embarkation was quicker than anticipated as we hit a lull in the arrival of passengers. The disembarkation did not go as well due to an unavoidable delay in ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the Panama Canal experience and the size of the ship. Embarkation was quicker than anticipated as we hit a lull in the arrival of passengers. The disembarkation did not go as well due to an unavoidable delay in tying up. Also, there seemed to be no urgency in getting the luggage off the ship by the longshoremen; there was a lack of signage directing us to the airport transport and once we were loaded onto the coaches, there seemed to be no concern in getting us to the airport quickly although we were running +/- 1 1/2 hour late, with the result that we almost missed our departure. We have completed 10 cruises to date. This is the first cruise that I felt we should book another trip on this ship due to the friendliness and personalities of the crew we encountered. We felt that the night-time entertainment was only a 5/10. Pianist Sasha and Russ were the exceptions. Give them top marks. We have never encountered a ship's master like Captain Jose. Very personable and likeable. We'd gladly cruise with him again. We felt that the ports of call were too close together. It would have been nicer to have a sea day between a few of them. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
This is our 20th cruise, first (last) on Azamara. While the line definitely has its fans (groopies?) its just not for us. Many seem thrilled with the "personal attention" they perceive, it's available on most ships if you ... Read More
This is our 20th cruise, first (last) on Azamara. While the line definitely has its fans (groopies?) its just not for us. Many seem thrilled with the "personal attention" they perceive, it's available on most ships if you seek it out. The ship's appearance was good. Some failed decorative embellishments coming off the closet doors, and what has to be the smallest shower i've come across. What others considered "special" events (White Night, Azamazing Evening) we saw as just another way to foist a buffet on guests, instead of providing dinner in the main dining room. I'm not a fan of standing on lines each time I want to get something to eat. Again, I will emphasize that many passengers (a large % being repeaters) felt they were happy with the evenings. The biggest failure centered around the attempt at entertainment. First, since this is a small ship, there was just one entertainment venue at a time. Unlike other ships where there was a choice of piano bar, soloist, combo, etc., here is was just one. AND often it was a failure. The first evening, our Cruise Director (who was great) let us know how we were in for some special entertainment nights, all NEW. (That should have been the first alert.) One of the great, new shows was in conjunction with 54 BELOW, a cabaret located below Studio 54 in Manhattan. Great write-ups and fabulous performers appeared in the past. That's great but what we go was a singer who was promoted as singing in over 1000 performances of "Jersey Boys" He appeared two nights. We, along with everyone in the venue, was expecting songs that must be from ... "Jersey Boys"...right? Wrong, Although a very good singer, he chose to relate his life story, and sang a collection of music from the 40's. I will tell you I love this music and play it often, but like others we were confused. On his next performance night all were waiting for the "Jersey Boys" experience. Again...disappointment. He sang some of HIS favorite songs from the era. The final song was from Jersey Boys (and there might have been one buried in the middle) but none of the songs seemed to be the "show stoppers/top of the charts" songs we expected. BUT, this was not the biggest disappointment in the entertainment. We were also treated to another completely new experience...SHORTS AT SEA" This was an evening of three 10 minute plays (A rage in Miami since the mid 90's) I'm guessing the target audience does not have the ability to focus for more than 10 minutes at a time, hence the idea. Overall, the performances were mediocre to bad. How do I (not a theater critic) know? Well on the first night of performances (yes, there were more to come) I noticed some empty seats after the first act, and many more after the second. The next morning I hear one couple asking if another saw the show, and what did she think. I'm close to exact here, so I will use quotes..."I've never seen anything so terrible." We tried the second performance (again, nothing else to do on the ship) and the venue started out about 3/4 full. After the first play, 1/2 full, and we left with others after the second act. Thankfully, the ship did provide an excellent alternative for the third night's performance, having a very talented piano/arranger, Sasha, and keyboardist George try to put together some impromptu entertainment. Unfortunately, an alternative was not planned for the fourth (yes, FOURTH) night of this fodder on a 12 night cruise. However, apparently a higher authority was displease and the seas got rough enough that our actors from Miami could not perform! I say no more. The house band of five very talented musicians excelled when they were given the main stage, and even small grouped at the pool. On one night the Cruise Director did a great performance (he was on stage in Mama Mia) and brought that excitement with him. Oh, back to that last night....small ship equals rocking ship on rough seas and many cruisers had a rough evening that would have been much less upsetting on a larger ship. I know that the Azamarites who read this may not agree since they seem to feel everything Azamara is superior, but trust me, it ain't so. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We chose this cruise because it was roundtrip San Diego, and because we were going with about 30 friends. Most of us had sailed extensively on Seabourn, so the comparisons were inevitable. Boarding was slow with long lines, which turned ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it was roundtrip San Diego, and because we were going with about 30 friends. Most of us had sailed extensively on Seabourn, so the comparisons were inevitable. Boarding was slow with long lines, which turned into more long lines to book the specialty restaurants. We were not allowed to go to our cabin, but instead were routed to the Windows Cafe--which was very crowded--where we were served lunch. The outside of the ship, and the public rooms we saw on the way, looked old and uninviting. All kinds of things were being hawked as we progressed--special meals, etc.,--which we found to be very tacky. For what we paid for this cruise, everything should have been included, and I mean everything. If a line that seems to be aspiring to luxury, one should not hear the word "package." Talk about absurdity: if you took a can of beer from your mini fridge it was free, if you took a bottle of beer it would cost you $2.75. Our "suite" was actually a large room, very nicely decorated and (as we found out) comfortable beds, beautiful linens, great lighting, a quiet climate control system, and a small bathroom with one sink. A bottle of sparkling wine, fruit, and flowers awaited us. The cabin was quiet except in the roughest of seas. We loved the verandah. We also loved the design of the pool area, although the pool could have been warmer and the hot tubs were not hot. The sail-away party was a sign of things to come. There was music but no food, and drinks but not enough bartenders. The woman bartender at the Patio Bar looked like a grim matron in a women's prison. Throughout the cruise room service breakfast was prompt but very limited and often not very good--the bagels were something by another name. The food was inconsistent; an Azamara burger during the first few days was excellent and cooked to order; toward the end of the cruise it was overcooked and poor. The food in the specialty restaurants ranged from awful (the veal, the lobster bisque, the fishy lobster ravioli) to good (the Chateaubriand, the Dover sole). The dining room was woefully overcrowded, with tables too close together, so we ate there only once. At the tea service, the clotted cream was not actual clotted cream, but whipped cream. We were really pleased with the inclusion of a rose wine as an option along with the red and white offerings. Our friends in the owners' suite next door to us had the oddest experience. They had bought a fancy wine package, only to find out that bottles of wine could not be brought to their room, only glasses of wine (although they were stocked with bottles of spirits that they did not drink). The service was inconsistent; about one third of the staff seemed sullen and surly, another third blank and staring, the remaining third were cheerful and helpful. The public rooms were overcrowded on sea days. We saw one singer, who had a nice voice but was not at all entertaining, and eschewed the rest of the entertainment. There were some old, odd movies playing for free, but there were charges for first run movies. The TV was a nice big one. Some of our party complained bitterly that the Olympics were not being screened. The White Party was ridiculously overcrowded, with one long line instead of stations. We took only one shore excursion, and it was memorable, about half in a good way, half not. The tenders were prompt and fun. Debarkation was smooth. If the price of this cruise had been half or even two thirds of what it was, we would have been less displeased. But it was way overpriced for what it was. Back to Seabourn, for good. . Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We just returned from our 12-day trip on the Azamara Quest to Baja California and wanted to write you a letter – thanking you for a wonderful vacation and calling out the high points and the low points. Hopeful the low points will be ... Read More
We just returned from our 12-day trip on the Azamara Quest to Baja California and wanted to write you a letter – thanking you for a wonderful vacation and calling out the high points and the low points. Hopeful the low points will be taken as constructive criticism rather than negativity and you can put some easy fixes in place. First, the high points. The Captain, Staff and Crew – what a lovely team to travel with! There was an overriding feeling of team spirit and even when overtaxed as everyone was in the first few days of “lockdown” because of the previous outbreak of noro, the team worked together. Kudos, Capitan for being ever present and we loved the send-off by the ship’s officers at each port. Kudos also for the entertainment team. The cabins are what they are . . . you can’t change the “bones” but our cabin crew kept our little home spotless, the linens were top notch and bottled water appeared daily in the quantities that I drink – kudos! The ship was impeccable – I never saw a napkin on the ground, a puddle from the rain or was concerned about the cleanliness of the restrooms, the pool or the hot tubs. Loved the captain’s daily reports, the White Night, the Officer’s Buffet and especially the Azamazing Evening. Having been a marketing director and event planner myself, I truly have an appreciation for how complex (AND expensive) these events are to execute. Many more Kudos! The main dining room was superb. The service was impeccable and the food very very good. Especially the breakfast! Don’t change that wonderful and quirky menu! The buffet at dinner was a wonderful alternative venue and the Patio an option that was good to have. Here are the low(er) points with my wish list attached: • Our cabin bathroom smelled bad for the whole cruise – our wonderful cabin stewards cleaned, called in the engineers, put down fresheners, cleaned out drains – no resolution. Our cabin steward “let slip” that this wasn’t the first time there had been complaints and that the smell was coming up through the shower and floor drains from the overall sewer system. Maybe a serious problem to be addressed in the next dry dock????? • The specialty restaurants simply were not special – we had better food in the main dining room. Specifically, in Prime C we had entrees much smaller than advertised and less well prepared than the main dining room. It was not like a high end steak house at all. I expect much higher quality for the extra dollars that I paid, and also larger portions. I expect that if the lamb chops are advertised at 10 ounces will actually be 10 ounces, and if the filet is advertised as 8 ounces, it will be 8 ounces. • In the Italian restaurant, we were served Sauvignon Blanc that had gone bad -- not from one but TWO bottles of wine. I switched to red after receiving a push back from the waiter and maître’ d, but . . . still . . . the only wine that should be deep amber colored is sherry!!! Perhaps the serving staff should receive some training in the daily wines and how to detect what is off. Apparently, you boarded at least a case, maybe more of Vat 90 Sauvignon Blanc that was really really bad. I was poured a glass at the pool deck bar as well – ugh! • AND my biggest beef with the specialty restaurants – I was so looking forward to the Dover Sole – sautéed and served tableside off the bone. But it was served with a PUTTANESCA sauce. Really???? No buerre blanc, no lemon butter? Back to the main dining room for me. • We also had some issues with the tours - specifically in Guaymas and in Cabo. Azamara literature keeps repeating NO MORE THAN 25 people per tour – and it is part of the marketing effort to attract higher end customers not wishing a larger cruise ship experience. In Guaymas, we were 43, quite crammed into a sightseeing boat out into the harbor. The experience was awesome, but please set my expectations BEFORE the trip! “You will be riding on a city bus for approximately 45 minutes to an hour each way before boarding your tour boat – a seat will be available for all, but because of the port and availability, we are unable to meet our commitment of 25 or less.” Also, this tour time and meeting place was changed 4 TIMES – really??? By the third time, the shore excursion desk should actually have called me personally, not just left another (undated) flyer on my bed. The Cabo Whale Watching Catamaran excursion was worse - our tour left at 9:30 and unbeknownst to us, we were combined into at least 4 other tour times for the same excursion, leaving us in the baking sun on an unshaded catamaran for more than an hour while the other 100+ tendered passengers arrived. We left 90 minutes after scheduled tour time and no amount of free tequila shots made any difference to our 70+ something crowd! PLEASE set our expectations properly and if there are changes and/or combinations, PLEASE do something like “meet on the dock at 10:30” instead of leaving us in the dark – actually in the blistering Mexican sunshine. • The short plays from the new entertainment Studio 54 were not a hit. Here is why (at least on this trip!) – your average cruise passenger was over 70. (I, at 64, was actually the youngest on all of our shore excursions where we had to sign waivers and write down our age so I am pretty sure my age estimate is right.) 60% OF ALL PEOPLE OVER 60 have hearing loss. The short plays featured quick banter (bad!), accents (worse!) and no captions (of course impossible, but those 60% rely on them.) If this is your demographic on your cruises, you may really want to rethink this new entertainment venue. In Summary: We really enjoyed our trip with Azamara and hope that on our upcoming Oct 2018 trip on the Journey, we will find the puttanesca sauce gone from the dover sole, the bad Vat 90 
Sauvignon Blanc poured overboard and the shore excursions department more communicative. Azamara is really AZamazing for the most part and just needs some tweaks!!! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
Went on this cruise because it was out of San Diego and had 2 new ports for me. I lived near Loreto so it was like going back in time. Loved how you felt like family on board. Would have liked to have singers and dancers. The ... Read More
Went on this cruise because it was out of San Diego and had 2 new ports for me. I lived near Loreto so it was like going back in time. Loved how you felt like family on board. Would have liked to have singers and dancers. The "short Plays" would have been fine in between other entertainment but not for an hour. Not the right venue. The actors that did the readings were very personable and I liked the idea that they were at some of the parties and got audience participation. Had a great time with them. Hotel director Phillip stood out to me as he worked on the line serving food when needed and was always smiling and friendly. Embarkation went smoothly, usually does in San Diego....don't know why there aren't more cruises leaving from San Diego. It is one of the most convenient cruise ports as far as getting from the airport and things to do and hotels in the areas. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
We chose this cruise because it is the only one that covers the sea of Cortez. In particular we wanted to visit the birthing pools of the grey whales on the Pacific coast (north part of Mardalena Lagoon). We arranged this via a private ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it is the only one that covers the sea of Cortez. In particular we wanted to visit the birthing pools of the grey whales on the Pacific coast (north part of Mardalena Lagoon). We arranged this via a private tour from Loreto on the Western side of the sea of Cortes, it entailed a 2 and 1/2 hour mini bus ride (each way) followed by a 2 hour boat trip around the grey whales (mama and baby who came right up to the small boat) who came right up to the boat and could be petted. Amazing experience. Other highlights included swimming with whale sharks (arrange your own tours via internet, ship tours too crowded and experience with very whale sharks limited, private tours apparently gave much better experiences with small number of persons). Also took a private tour in a small boat to see humpback whales at Cabo St Lucas (excellent, negotiated on the quayside at 10 am as ship tour full, good job in retrospect as ship tour went at 11.45 am a bad time for whale watching- needs to be early morning or late evening). The Copper Canyon tour was OK, but we landed the wrong side of the train (left) on the way up, view poor, Mexican dancing was rubbish, lunch OK but hurried, only one weak cocktail provided. Tour of Canyon top good, worth going to see. No tea or coffee on long train ride back to ship, just one weak cocktail. To summarize this is a very expensive tour to a major attraction, Azamara has fallen down on organising the details, you should get a lot for what they are charging for this trip (£490 each for the 3 of us). There is a new train being commissioned with all round windows, should be better, but still need to get the right hand seats for best views. We chose this tour for the Itinery, it is the only Cruise line that gets to Loreto and enables one to visit the Grey Whales birthing pools. The fact that the ship stays overnight at Loreto helps this considerably. Also only way to visit the Copper Canyon easily Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
We are loyal Celebrity cruisers and wanted to try something more upscale and on a smaller ship. The Azamara Quest was truly a wonderful experience. The cabins were a bit smaller but had very efficient storage space and decorated with ... Read More
We are loyal Celebrity cruisers and wanted to try something more upscale and on a smaller ship. The Azamara Quest was truly a wonderful experience. The cabins were a bit smaller but had very efficient storage space and decorated with lovely cool gray colors. The closets light up when the door is opened. The food was wonderful in the Main dining room. We enjoyed breakfast, some lunches and some dinners there. We also ate in the specialty restaurants which were a cut above the main dining room in service and ambiance. Overall possibly the best food we have had on any of our many cruises. There were two wonderful evenings you can read about on the web site “White Night” and the “Azamazing Evening”. Both events are so well organized and enjoyable. A must not miss for sure. The entertainment is more subdued than on a ship like Celebtrity but still several beautifully appointed spaces to relax and enjoy a drink before or after dinner. Overall, it was a more sophisticated atmosphere. The decor and ambiance was relaxing and classic. There were no photographers hounding us for photos. There was no pressure to keep spending more money on extra things. The fare is all-inclusive for basic spirits and wines etc. This was wonderful and no need to upgrade unless you are very picky. Highly recommend this ship! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We have made multiple cruises with Azamara and have never been disappointed. The friendly crew and officers keep bringing us back for more. We have always been treated as welcome and important guests. Incredible experience. We have ... Read More
We have made multiple cruises with Azamara and have never been disappointed. The friendly crew and officers keep bringing us back for more. We have always been treated as welcome and important guests. Incredible experience. We have repeatedly cruised on the Journey and this was our first time on the Quest. Never once did we feel out of place. The atmosphere on board was identical to what we would have expected on the Journey. We even met 5 or 6 crew members who recognized us from our previous cruises on the Journey. How wonderful is that?. The only negative we experienced was their decision to change the entertainment offered. They have dropped the production shows and substituted a formula combining comedy theater and vocalists which needs considerable work. Hopefully the company will recognize the error that they have made and correct it quickly. We have every faith that they will bring their entertainment offerings back to the previous levels. Read Less
17 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
This was our first time on a premium cruise line and we did not know what to expect. Were we going to wallow in the lap of luxury with peons feeding us grapes as we reclined on our loungers? Caviar and champagne for breakfast, ... Read More
This was our first time on a premium cruise line and we did not know what to expect. Were we going to wallow in the lap of luxury with peons feeding us grapes as we reclined on our loungers? Caviar and champagne for breakfast, truffle sandwiches for lunch? Sedan chairs to carry us to the pool? Turns out, not so much. All together it was a very nice experience but not terribly different from the mass-market cruises we've been on. The major difference was with the size of the ship. 30,000 tons with 700 passengers makes for a very intimate ship. Moving around the ship is easy. Nothing is more than 600 feet away. The captain was accessible and I had a couple of chats with him. That's something that would not happen on the Anthem or Breakaway. The decoration is very elegant. Public spaces have lots of wood, white paint and crown molding. Classy rather than glitzy. Nice lounges with comfortable chairs and good views. There were all sorts of perks, unlimited bottled water and soft drinks in the cabin. Towels at the gangway when going ashore. Umbrellas and binoculars for your use on the cruise. Beverages and tips were included. The food was exceptional. We had exactly one disappointing dinner in the MDR. The rest were good to excellent. Prime C is their a la carte steak house and I thought it was terrific. We ate there twice and had some of the best beef I have ever tasted. Aqualina is the specialty Italian restaurant and it was not particularly to our taste. I found the decor to be very cold and institutional and the food to be inferior to the MDR. I'll skip it next time. The entertainment was perfectly adequate for a cruise ship and very good considering the size of the audience. The ship's band was great. The drummer and horn section were particularly talented. Most of the ports of call were tendered. On such a small ship, this was not an issue. No tender tickets, no waiting in line. The actual Panama canal transit was very interesting. A guest lecturer provided a running commentary during the entire day and waiters were serving water to us on deck so that no one would be dehydrated. Azamara offers two bonus features on their cruises. The AzAmazing evening and the white night party. On this cruise the AzAmazing evening was a show that was set up on shore near Cabo San Lucas. Most of the passengers participated. Azamara tendered us to shore and bused us into the desert where they had set up an outdoor theatre along with food and drink. The actual production was a modified folkloric show and included some gymnastic displays. Sort of a down-market Cirque du Soleil. The seating was uncomfortable. It was hard to see the stage and they had some serious sound issues. It was not worth the cost and effort that Azamara must have expended to set this up. The on-shore venue is a great idea. The show would have been adequately entertaining on board but combining the two did not work very well. Although the fireworks at the end were great fun. We tried to attend the white night party which is a deck party where all the passengers wear white. We gave up when the line-up to the buffet grew so long that it ran most of the way down the pool deck. We went to the MDR for dinner and found it to be very quiet for some reason. The service was really good that night. By the time we got back we had missed everything but a couple of songs from the ship's band. I can't say that I found their service much better than other cruise lines. We had trouble finding loungers around the pool, just like NCL. They forgot to make up our cabin one day, just like RCCL. We had to wait repeatedly for an available dinner table, just like HA. It was hard to find a table in the buffet at peak times just like everybody. Our steward serviced multiple decks and was rarely seen after the first day. Some things were not even done as well as the other lines. In 17 nights, no one remembered what I drink at dinner. Breakaway, with 3,500 passengers, somehow managed to offer me my drink as I sat down. The maitre d' in the dining room asked for our cabin number every night, HA's Volendam welcomed me by name after about the third day. One particular irritation was a special request I made to the cruise director. He said that it would be passed to the hotel manager. After a couple of days with no contact, I went to guest relations who tried to take care of the issue themselves. Unfortunately they gave me the wrong information. It took a fellow passenger to resolve the issue. In conclusion - Yes, I'm coming to the end of this novella length revue - This is not to say that we did not like the cruise. We enjoyed ourselves very much and we'd be happy to travel with Azamara again as long as the price was commensurate to the product they are offering. I agree that it’s a premium product and that I'm willing to pay more to travel with them as compared to a "regular" cruise line but perhaps not as much as they think they are worth. I'll be looking for deals. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
This was our first Azamara cruise. The food was delicious, the service fantastic, and the tours were excellent. We tried all of the restaurants and found them all to be great. Azamara was exceptional in their attention to detail. ... Read More
This was our first Azamara cruise. The food was delicious, the service fantastic, and the tours were excellent. We tried all of the restaurants and found them all to be great. Azamara was exceptional in their attention to detail. Upon returning from any tour, the staff could be found at the pier to greet you with a smile, cold drink, and towel. You never wanted for something to drink no matter where you were located on the ship. The talks by Dr. Jim were very interesting and informative. He would always make himself available to answer questions whenever he was out and about. Very accessible and knowledgeable. Only two negatives. First, the rooms were very small. We had a club veranda stateroom. It was small than cabins on other ships we have taken. Secondly, if you do not play bridge, do not attempt to use the card room. The bridge players were hostile to anyone not playing bridge. I would recommend Azamara and will be cruising with them again. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
As a senior, solo traveler I choose Azamara firstly because of the itinerary. and then because it is such a friendly environment. The lectures are varied and really interesting, My last cruises have had a bridge director on board which ... Read More
As a senior, solo traveler I choose Azamara firstly because of the itinerary. and then because it is such a friendly environment. The lectures are varied and really interesting, My last cruises have had a bridge director on board which makes for well organized sea day bridge sessions. I also enjoy the trivia sessions and of course being smaller ships, they are often able to access ports the larger ships cannot. The shore excursions from the ship are ideal for anyone traveling alone in countries with which they are not familiar and yet another opportunity to meet fellow passengers.. .The refurbishment last year has created a really refreshed environment with better use of the public spaces. I think too the efficient and always helpful staff across the ship make it a most relaxing holiday experience. I like the fact that solo travelers are welcome in the dinning room at night and are assigned to one of the larger tables-usually with couples or other solo travelers. Overall a wonderful way to spent a month each year. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
As this was our 10th Azamara, we were looking at returning to the Quest with great enthusiasm. Our on board experiences again did not disappoint. Other reviews talk about the white nights, Azamazing evening and the like so I don’t see ... Read More
As this was our 10th Azamara, we were looking at returning to the Quest with great enthusiasm. Our on board experiences again did not disappoint. Other reviews talk about the white nights, Azamazing evening and the like so I don’t see the need to revisit them in this review other than say that the signature events are exciting, anticipated and very much enjoyed. The advantages of the size and ambience of the R Class ships, Quest (and Journey) to us outweigh any negatives. To step aboard and see familiar faces amongst guests, staff and crew and to be remembered by name makes a comfortable, pleasant and enjoyable experience. The refit wasn’t a new experience for us as we’d been fortunate to have had 32 days on board straight out of dry dock last year. The Quest is a ship not only well loved but also well maintained and extremely clean. Firstly, what a great itinerary, even with the unplanned change from Cartagena to the touristy Cozumel. Due to storm activity in the Caribbean we concur that safety of the vessel, staff, crew and guests is of top priority and the change of itinerary and subsequent fine under the Jones act was Azamara’s decision. The Panama Canal was on our bucket list and the day’s transit experience didn’t disappoint. The history of the Canal is like nothing else. We loved the variety of the ports on this itinerary and without hesitation would re visit if the price were right. If it’s not on your bucket list it needs to be. The addition of the biking program is welcome by us wanting something different, hopefully (positive feedback here) the lengthy insurance form that needs completion prior to the activity is stored on board and can be reused again for future bike activities on future cruises. The ones we did were extremely well organised, fun and very enjoyable. Bike were easily to manage. Well done to those staff involved. The benefits on the self-service laundry continues to be an undervalued addition to your cruise price. The machine are smart, efficient and leave no one guessing to how long the washing needs to be ‘in’. Due to this upgrade in technology I believe that the laundry ‘protocol’ or behavior has improved to an acceptable standard and I met some lovely interesting people there, who then became ‘friends’ around the ship. Regulars will know what I mean. We met old friends and made new ones of all ages, nationalities and demographics. Over the years, we have seen some stubble and not so stubble changes on board, but on the whole we continue to be pleased with the product, service and quality of the food provided. This cruise also bought some variation and welcome additions to foods previously offered both in the buffet and Discoveries. I don’t agree with other negative review about the food as I believe it to be of high standard, tasty and surely inviting. We did mention in our mid cruise feedback form, and it was addressed immediately, that whilst acknowledging service was generally very good we did notice some delays in service in Discoveries. It wasn’t a deal breaker and we would happily return there each night if we weren’t dining in a delightfully exotic buffet or one of the specialty restaurants. The Discoveries staff do an amazing job and the attitude, flexibility and enthusiasm that they display needs to be commended. Shows where of usual standards with some enjoyable guest entertainers, sea days provided general 'something to suit everyone' experiences. Guest lecturer was popular and informative. Those activities, along with progressive trivial was the usual fun 'tongue in cheek' laugh at those more serious about it than our team. You could clearly do as little as wished or be quite active. As always under the competent helm of the Captain, senior officers, experienced staff and crew the service was impeccable and the attention to detail outstanding. We do not have a problem with the size of the staterooms or bathrooms as we know that they just ‘come with’ the design of the R Class ship which we love. We however appreciate that it would be a considerable challenge for some. As Azamara moves towards the future with the release of the 2019 itineraries, I’m pleased to say we have committed to another four for the next 12 months and must soon start thinking about 2019. The downside is that they all involve long haul flights but we are excited to be introducing other ‘newbies’ to our favourite brand and are prepared to ‘share the love’ when they step aboard with us next cruise. Until then we wish all Azamara staff, especially those on the Quest (and Journey) smooth sea and fair winds. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Going through the Panama Canal has been on my "bucket list." I couldn't think of a better way to cross than onboard Azamara Quest. I boarded Quest in San Diego. The ports we visited were great, including an overnight in ... Read More
Going through the Panama Canal has been on my "bucket list." I couldn't think of a better way to cross than onboard Azamara Quest. I boarded Quest in San Diego. The ports we visited were great, including an overnight in Cabo San Lucas, where the AzAmazing Evening was a performance of the "Dance of the Dead" in the Mexican desert. We then went to Zhijuatanejo (Mexico), San Juan del Sur (Nicaragua), Puntarenas (Costa Rico), and then Fuerte Amador in Panama. The passage through the canal took about 8 hours, during which a retired history professor hired by Azamara gave a running commentary about the canal. Our next port of call was scheduled for Cartagenas, Colombia, however, Mother Nature had other plans and we had to divert to Cozumel. This was my third cruise onboard Quest. As always, the food was delicious, the service was impeccable, and the daily activities at sea were topnotch. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
We love the Sea of Cortez itinerary and this was a great trip. The other people on this cruise were great and we meet lots of other interesting people. We had lots of stimulating conversations. The crew is a happy one and do all they can ... Read More
We love the Sea of Cortez itinerary and this was a great trip. The other people on this cruise were great and we meet lots of other interesting people. We had lots of stimulating conversations. The crew is a happy one and do all they can to take care of any problem you may have. The food was good with just a few exceptions. The complimentary wine selections have improved enormously since sailing with them 8 months ago. That really made the meals even better Wish that Coors Light was on the list of complimentary - had to pay 2.75 for it. Bud Light is complimentary. But that sure is a small complaint. Captain Jose was amazing keeping us closer to shore to avoid swells after one of the California storms. He even told us that we would be near St Ignacio lagoon at sunset - this is a Grey whale sanctuary where there are lots of whales and dolphins - unfortunately we did not see much from the ship but I sincerely appreciated the try for it. When was the last time you had a cruise ship even look for wildlife much less tell you to watch for it! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Cruising out of San Diego, CA has the benefits of a clean well run cruise terminal, a beautiful city and every tourist accommodation. Still, the first and last two days on board are spent reaching the Sea of Cortez, and the times we have ... Read More
Cruising out of San Diego, CA has the benefits of a clean well run cruise terminal, a beautiful city and every tourist accommodation. Still, the first and last two days on board are spent reaching the Sea of Cortez, and the times we have done it, the weather has been mild but not tropical. Our stateroom was nicely appointed, although on the small side for verandah rooms on high end ships today. Concierge service (in fact, all service) was very pleasant and helpful. Room was kept moore neat than clean. "Extra charges" and sales promotions are held to a pleasant minimum, as are PA system announcements. Food was quite good and quite varied too. Long lines and crowds were usually well controlled, with some exceptions. Boarding the vessel in San Diego involved standing in a long long line, wishing we had signed for a suite. Oddly, debarking was a model of quick and painless re-uniting with luggage, passport control and customs. Four elevators (two forward, two aft) usually worked efficiently but not when events opened or ended. Reservations at specialty restaurants (there are just two) seemed to fill up quite fast, almost before we left San Diego. Flexible dining meant a line at the dining room early on, with no line an hour later but by then, sometimes having to miss the entertainment. Azamazing - the evening party and piece de resistance - was in fact as amazing as anything I might have conjured up. If you go, do not miss it. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
I sailed on one of the very first Azamara cruise when the line was spun off of the Celebrity line. I also sailed this itinerary on Holland America. When the itinerary appeared on this Azamara cruise I decided to "rediscover" ... Read More
I sailed on one of the very first Azamara cruise when the line was spun off of the Celebrity line. I also sailed this itinerary on Holland America. When the itinerary appeared on this Azamara cruise I decided to "rediscover" small ship cruising traveling an itinerary I truly enjoyed. The GOOD: The itinerary was excellent. People need not be afraid of traveling to the tourist ports in Mexico. Security was present everywhere without being intrusive. Officers with guns make some people nervous, I found them to be a comfort because even petty crime was unlikely to occur with a officer nearby. Everyone in the ports was friendly and accomodating. There was some "begging' going on but it was primarily in the form of "I am a student. Would you be willing to help me by buying such and such." They were very courteous and with a "n"o they moved on without trouble or acrimony. The Quest was immaculate and kept that way throughout the cruise. The Senior Officers were amazing. They were everywhere speaking with quests, being approachable, watching shows, interacting wherever they could. As an example, upon returning from the 17 hour excursion to the Copper Canyon on Valentine's Day, the Captain was on the pier and greeted everyone upon their return and personally handed every lady a rose! There were two lecturers. One was outstanding and the other was good. The shows were varied and generally excellent. There is a free (including detergent) self service laundromat. In addition there were three laundry specials offered during the cruise which involved a set price for a bag of laundry done by the crew. The buffet was outstanding! We never had to wait or justle for a table. The food was excellent! It ranged from hot dishes to cold dishes with a surprisingly wide variety. It is doubtful that you would not find something that you would enjoy. These comments were true of breakfast, lunch and dinner. The BAD: The dining room was not so much bad as it was terribly disappointing. When i sailed on the Quest last time, the Captain informed me that they had 150% of the budget for food per person as compared to other cruise lines. That ratio has obviously changed. The menus were static with two Chef features every night. The food was rather ordinary and we never had a Wow! meal. However, in all honesty we found the food better and the atmosphere better in the buffet area so we ate more often in that locale. The other problem in the dining room was that if you were willing to sit with other at a table service would not begin until they filled the table - 5 minutes, 10 minutes and we waited at leaast 20 minutes one night. We did not find that acceptable. The service in the dining room was iffy. The cabins are small. In fact they are the smallest cabins I have ever been in since my first days of sailing with Royal Caribbean. The bathroom was even smaller. There is no way for an average sized person to sit straight on the commode. There is no way for an average size person stand in the shower without having a part of your body clinging to the plastic shower curtain. This was my 40th cruise and the worst sized cabin of the lot. Read Less
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