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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
690 reviews
49 Awards

Azamazing! Can't say enough about this cruise line.

Review for Azamara Quest to the British Isles & Western Europe
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jul 2016
Cabin: Club Oceanview Stateroom (porthole windows)
Our cabin
Singer Teacake
Bagpiper as we got off in Edinburgh

Small cruise ship, very well organized, no extra cost for food and drink anytime of the day and night, wonderful, friendly crew and officers, great entertainment, wonderful food.

I'm done with large cruise ships, long lines, charging for every drink and wine with dinner.

There wasn't one time all week that I had an annoyance or was upset. They anticipated any possible issue and took care of it prior. I haven't experienced such good service for a long time.

Cabin Review

Club Oceanview Stateroom (porthole windows)

Cabin 07

The stateroom was basic but had quality linens, comfortable bed, bathroom small but well designed, lots of storage, good sized flat screen with entertainment and ship info. The ship is small and nothing is far away, our cabin was in the middle and we were close to everything. Our cabin stewards, there were two, were terrific.

Port Reviews


We booked a taxi tour privately and went to the standing stones, ancient site of Skara Brae, St Magnus cathedral and the Earl's Palace. There is a lot to see on such a small group of islands. Very interesting, and nice little town. Well worth getting off the ship.


Can't rate . Went form airport to ship.

Edinburgh (South Queensferry)

We walked on our own. The first afternoon went to ship museum Brittania, right beside where our ship docked. The next day took ship shuttle to town and walked around. Great city. We saw princess Anne who arrived at Edinburgh castle for an event.


We took a private small bus tour to Giants Causeway but was a lot of driving for very little. Would rather have gone to Titanic museum and walked around town. Hindsight.

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