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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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682 reviews
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Fine But Not Amazing.

Review for Azamara Quest to Transatlantic
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SeaBunny
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2013
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We kept hearing how amazing Azamara was: "You will love it." "It's wonderful!" Etc. We certainly enjoyed our TA cruise, but the experience did not live up to advance notices.

Embarkation in Seville was super easy. No one was there when we arrived, so not even a minute's wait. However, the space was very small so if a crowd had arrived at once things would have been problematic.

Our first thought coming aboard was, "This is small." We had cruised on two other ships (different line) with about the same passenger count but those ships were significantly larger (roughly 50,000 tons vs. 30,300 tons). The size difference was evident everywhere -- from elevator landings to staterooms to public areas. With only around 500 passenger on board, sometimes this didn't matter, sometimes it did.

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