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Azamara Quest Review

An ocean going home from home

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Azamara Quest
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2013

We have been fortunate to cruise with lovely Azamara several times before, and are very fond of these lovely comfortable ships, whose staff excel at making guests feel comfortably at home. This time, we chose Quest for a favourite Transatlantic crossing, embarking right in the heart of gorgeous Seville.

We were welcomed by name by cruise staff who remembered us from previous cruises, and made our home in a comfortable deck 8 cabin. The cabins are on the small side, comfortably furnished , with subtle shades of taupe and navy accenting the dark cherry cabinetry. The one downside is the small bathroom, which only has a shower. After a recent makeover, the balcony furniture is much more comfortable rattan, and the balcony is a pleasant place to relax and read.

Dining on Azamara is always a delightful occasion, with a spacious main dining room , 2 wonderful speciality restaurants, Prime C , a traditional steakhouse restaurant, and Aqualina serving a delightful menu of Mediterranean inspired dishes. At lunchtime, and for casual evening dining, the Ocean View cafe offers excellent choices, varying daily. We avail ourselves of the splendid room service breakfast menus, offering a better choice than many other cruise lines, and served promptly, and piping hot.

Cabin Review

Comfortable and pleasant, though on the small side.

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