We chose Azamara because rumours said it is a pleasant ship for seniors. Only 600 very friendly and social pax.
A wonderful crew spoilt us rotten, food was excellent and allthough we love our grandkids, we do appreciate a cruise with no kids.
It is also nice not to have to sign or show your key-card every time you have a drink, a glass of wine or a cappuccino.
Entertainment was OK - but the star of the show was the on board lecturer Prof. John Johnson's 5 lectures on 'The great American Songbook'! He lectured, played the piano and sung - Gerswin, Berlin and others. Wonderful! Hope we will meet him again on another cruiseship.
Ports were interesting! Port Antonio, La Romana and Nevis gave us a colourful and good reminder goods in this world is not evenly distributed, and Willemstad, Gustavia, Philipsburg and Virgin Gorda gave good retail therapy. Beautiful nature throughout.
The only 'cloud' on this cruise was all the soot from the funnel that landed on our aft cabin...
Aft. Standard, nice Azamara Quest cabin, slightly smaller than i.e. Celebrity's. Small shower.
But sooot, sooot, sooot from funnel...