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Really excellent ship with wonderful crew

Review for a South America Cruise on Azamara Quest

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Eaton Out
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

There were 591 on this cruise (ship accommodates about 675) with a crew of about 400. This is considered an upscale line and ship and it is. The ship and crew did a fine job. The food was excellent and much better than most of their competitors, but they could use some menu additions and modifications. We love azamara and love the quest and you will too. This ship was apparently overhauled about ...
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Sail Date: March 2024

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Bus crash in Rio

Review for a South America Cruise on Azamara Quest

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janewfrank26
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We wanted to see parts of South America. We enjoyed the food and service. The excursions were pricey so we did most touring on our own in ports. In Ponte Del Este, we obtained a private driver and toured the whole area including a visit to casa Pueblo, which was amazing. We took the ship’s excursion to see Christ the Redeemer and the beaches. On the way back to the ship. The bus driver lost ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Hopefully not our last Azamara cruise

Review for a South America Cruise on Azamara Quest

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Princess123
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

This was our third cruise with Azamara and it reconfirmed how much we like the brand (which doesn't seem any different since the change in ownership). Our cabin was on deck 8, which was handy for the buffet restaurant, Living Room and outside decks on 9 and for the main entertainment areas/dining room on 5. No need to use the lift as the ship is small enough to easily get around. Our cabin ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Tour arranged by Las Adventure was the highlight.

Review for a South America Cruise on Oosterdam

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DeDLS
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Our cruise was good. This was the longest cruise we've taken, 31 days. Our stateroom was nice. The bed was comfortable, although we did have it joined and there was a line down the middle. It wasn’t annoying though. Maybe if they put a mattress pad on then that would conceal it. We might have been able to get one but I didn’t ask. The pillows were really comfortable. There was plenty of room in ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


A disappointed trip

Review for a South America Cruise on Sapphire Princess

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Recpop
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

We have cruised many times of Princess. We were very disappointed on this trip. We booked it as a 32 day cruise from Buenos Aires to LA, not knowing that it was two trips. We did expect rough waters but we didn't except not to see Cape Horn, one of the reasons for the trip. We also had a port excluded because of the weather. There were so many extra sea days. The food and entertainment was ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


NCL STAR – FAMILY SUITE (SP) – CABIN REVIEW

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Star

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DaisyWine
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My husband and i found a fantastic last minute deal on the norwegian star for a buenos aires to antarctica cruise during feb./mar. 2024 (14-nights). being a last minute deal, a family suite was only ~$25 more per night than a balcony room, so we couldn’t pass that up. this was our first time cruising in in a suite on any line. we sailed on the norwegian star last year in a balcony room, and on ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Mixed experience

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Norwegian Star

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linda__
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

While we had a wonderful time and felt safe on board, there were a number of areas the cruise line missed the mark: 1. We paid for an upgraded dinner at Teppenyaki restaurant. Of the four people in our party, there was a problem with the meals. Raw chicken was served and two people were served things they repeatedly stated they were allergic to. We even booked it for the first sitting so the ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Oceanview Picture Window

Traveled with disabled person


Amazing Wildlife Sightings

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Azamara Quest

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newmexone
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We booked this cruise while we were on an Azamara Journey sailing in October. Antarctica had long been on our bucket list and the deal that was offered was too good to pass up. We had debated doing an expedition cruise, but had done one in the Arctic and ended up being totally disappointed. While we didn't step foot on Antarctica during the cruise, we were able to see an amazing array of ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Better than expected

Review for a South America Cruise on Azamara Quest

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DCSpring
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

My expectations for this cruise were very low based on the terrible Azamara website, incorrect embarkation directions and poor pre-trip customer service from the "home" office. I was pleasantly surprised by the excellent crew, captain and cabin. On this cruise we went from Buenos Aires to Rio for two nights of Carnaval. The Quest was the only cruise ship that docked in Rio for two nights of ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


A bad experience

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Sun

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Decepcionado
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We took a 16-day cruise from Buenos Aires with the Norwegian Sun in February 2024. We chose it based on the itinerary and the company's good references. The itinerary was good. The problem was the ship: When we arrived the cabin smelled of cigarettes and bathroom. At night we noticed that there was an unbearable noise coming from the air conditioning. On the second night when we entered ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


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