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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Azamara have stepped up to the high bar yet again!

Review for Azamara Quest to the Middle East
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Sail Date: Apr 2016
Cabin: Club Continent Suite

The review is overdue, but I feel that I must recount the following details of a truly wonderful 32 days cruising we had on the Quest post dry dock – 15 April and 1 May sailings from Singapore to Dubai to Athens.

We boarded promptly on our arrival at the Singapore Cruise Centre and soon were amongst very excited fellow travellers and our extended ‘family’. We were very impressed with the itinerary not having been to this part of the world before. A Suez Canal transit had long been on my bucket list. What ensured was two terrific itineraries back to back with great ports and positive post dry dock experiences that further confirmed our preference of and continued commitment to cruising Azamara. If you’ve never been to India, Oman, Jordan and Israel consider doing it with Azamara you won’t be disappointed.

We enjoyed our Continental Cabin very much and loved everything about it. Some of the things we enjoyed that there were usb chargers incorporated into the reading light switches, the drawer system provided heaps of storage, the beds, linens and soft furnishings were all very beautiful and new. We felt we were really spoilt with the complimentary speciality dining access, afternoon savouries and just the extra space and always a view ‘to die for’! Absolutely loved the new Interactive TV system.

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Club Continent Suite

Cabin N1

Absolutely stunning, there's 6 CC suites that have deeper bathroom shelving than other CC suites. This is helpful but not a given when booking.

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