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Azamara Quest Review

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Review for Azamara Quest to the Eastern Caribbean
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wowpeople
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2017
Cabin: Club Continent Suite

We are a couple in our early sixties. Choose a Caribbean cruise every year for the weather and ports. This was our 3rd Azamara cruise. We choose small luxury lines.

We were in N2 category.

As in past excursions were canceled for lack of participants. If there is something you really must do then best to do it as independent.

Cabin Review

Club Continent Suite

Cabin N2

Large lovely suite. We had a larger shower and no bathtub. Glass door into shower was difficult to open and close due to plastic stripping which prevents water from leaving shower. Towels thick and soft. Hooks needed throughout cabin so bring your own. Cabin quiet except for one morning when they were setting up BBQ directly above us. Bed extremely comfy.

Port Reviews

St. Barts

Sailing the leeward coast....excellent!

Virgin Gorda

Tropical day sails...superb!

St. Maarten

Grand case, motored 5 min to snorkel spot for one hour.

St. John (U.S.V.I.)

Kekoa sailing...snorkeling was fair, catamaran great, crew terrific.

St. John (U.S.V.I.)

Water clarity great, fish not teaming

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