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11 Night Baltic Sea Cruise from Copenhagen

11 Night Baltic Sea Cruise from Copenhagen

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Copenhagen
  • Day 2
    Gdansk (Warsaw)
  • Day 3
    Gdansk (Warsaw)
  • Day 4
    Klaipeda
  • Day 5
    Riga
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    St. Petersburg
  • Day 8
    St. Petersburg
  • Day 9
    St. Petersburg
  • Day 10
    Helsinki
  • Day 11
    Tallinn
  • Day 12
    Stockholm

Azamara Quest

Azamara Quest - Azamara

Pros

Destination-focused itineraries; friendly and fun onboard vibe

Cons

Standard cabins are small with tiny bathrooms, despite a high price tag

Bottom Line

Destination-immersive, upscale cruising, with not a lot of nickel and diming


Cruise Reviews

We were first timers on Azamara but it won't be our last. We liked the size of the ship it never felt crowded, we never had to wait for, lifts, tables, sunloungers or seats in the cabaret lounge. The staff from the Captain down to ... Read More
We were first timers on Azamara but it won't be our last. We liked the size of the ship it never felt crowded, we never had to wait for, lifts, tables, sunloungers or seats in the cabaret lounge. The staff from the Captain down to the room stewards were very attentive, nothing was too much trouble. The food was some of the best we have had on a cruise ship. Our cabin was great, the only slight problem was the size of the bathroom and the shower curtain, just another 20cm pinched from the bedroom would make alot of difference. The entertainment was good and varied, the cruise director Ernest had an incredible voice! We were surprised just how varied the port of calls were. The highlight for us was "At home with an Emirati family" in Khor al Fakkan, we were made so welcome and it was wonderful to be able to talk to them and discover their customs and way of life I would thoroughly recommend this. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
The Gulf has been on our bucket list for quite a while. We have frequently stopped over at DXB but never before been outside the airport. It was certainly worth while! Service aboard was typically Azamara, laid back, friendly and ... Read More
The Gulf has been on our bucket list for quite a while. We have frequently stopped over at DXB but never before been outside the airport. It was certainly worth while! Service aboard was typically Azamara, laid back, friendly and efficient, sort of feels like home without the work. Dubai is spectacular, all the world's biggest, tallest, busiest things they say and didn't disappoint. Try using the Metro to explore. Boarding and Disembark very smooth. Oman is great but the Azamazing evening didn't live up to usual standard, The Cultural centre was spectacular but a pretty ordinary Brass band disappointed. Then previous trips have set a very high standard. The other ports were also interesting with the Grande Mosque in Abu Dhabi being a highlight and the compact, beautifully lit skyline of Qatar also living in memory. Premium dining is only just better than Discovery or Windows foodwise and having to fit with the times available makes it a dubious extra charge. Service certainly isn't better. Only complaint is WiFi speed and login hassles. Great trip Quest. We will be back. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
The itinerary was the main driver for selecting this cruise. Myanmar has been on my bucket list for a while. Going there as part of a cruise was an easy way to get a peek at the country. Three days in port with Azamara allowed for a ... Read More
The itinerary was the main driver for selecting this cruise. Myanmar has been on my bucket list for a while. Going there as part of a cruise was an easy way to get a peek at the country. Three days in port with Azamara allowed for a more in depth visit. Azamara has always been our favourite cruise line. The smaller ships allow for closer access to ports and a higher staff to guest ratio. It has a very homey feel to it. When you return from port, you are greeted with "welcome home". The crew greets you by name. We have always traveled in a stateroom with a balcony. There is enough room to move around and plenty of storage space. The shower is a tad small, but that is to be expected on a ship. The food on Azamara is always delicious. We don't usually eat at the buffet except for breakfast when we have an early start. I've heard good things about it, but I prefer the dining room. There are two specialty restaurants on board with a surcharge for each. We did not visit them this cruise but have in the past. Aqualina is our favourite. Azamara has open seating so we could have dinner when we wanted. Sometimes we ate on our own, sometimes we joined friends, and sometimes we opted to sit at a table with strangers. We always had a pleasant experience. Joining strangers is a great way to make new friends. The entertainment is hit and miss. Being a small ship, the theatre is small and the entertainment is not as high quality as the larger ships. We aren't usually big fans of the on board entertainment productions, they always seem a little cheesy. The Quest has a new area, The Den. The casino has been removed and made room for more seating. Much more comfortable for trivia - which is very popular. The nightly entertainment, Harry Rios, was fabulous. He played the piano and sang. He could play almost anything that was requested. He also had sing-a-longs in the evening. It was always a blast. We started the cruise in Singapore. We arrived three days early and did our own sightseeing. We could have spent much more time in Singapore, there is so much to see and do. We felt very safe there and found it very easy to get around. We used the MRT and taxis. We explored the colonial area, Little India, China Town, Gardens by the Bay, and saw the Merlion statue. We took a ship tour in our first port of call, Phuket, Thailand. It was called The best of Phuket with Lunch. It was well organized, the tour guide was great - very informative. There were lots of stops - beautiful lookout, giant buddha on a hill, cashew factory, jewellery store, and a decent lunch. There was no free shuttle to Phuket due to a strong taxi union. That was unfortunate as it was $80-$100 cab ride from the port to Phuket. We were glad to have done the tour. The Azamazing evening was held in Phuket. It was great! Lots of local entertainment, including Thai Boxing and a live theatre show. The Myanmar port was also a distance from Yangon - the main city. There was a free shuttle, but the ride was 1.5 hours each way. We had arranged to two days of tours with an outside company. We did one ship tour while in Yangon - Shewadagon Pagoda by Night. It was definitely worth it. The pagoda is magnificent during the day but even more fabulous at night while lit up. Georgetown, Malaysia was our favourite port. We were able to walk around and see lots of street art and get a good feel for the city. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was also far from the port (1 hour drive), again a free shuttle was provided. We opted for an outside tour company. We saw the palace, the towers, the veteran's memorial, and had lunch in Little India. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
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