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We wanted a change from cruising on larger ships and visiting the same ports that can accommodate the larger vessels. Our back to back cruise on the Quest visited new ports and offered a more relaxed, high quality and less hurried ship board experience. The staff are without exception the most friendly and efficient we’ve come across. The captain and staff are very visible throughout the ship and invariably stop and ask you how things are going. The dining venues are less crowded than on larger ships and we found the food quality and service to be excellent. Entertainment in the main lounge was really good and a good seat could always be found in this smaller, more intimate cabaret style lounge. Our V1 cabin on deck 8 had plenty of storage. The bathrooms are small, but perfectly adequate. The balcony housed a table and 2 chairs, virtually filling the space. There is very little marketing of extras being pushed at you, quite a refreshing change from our last large ship cruise. Drinks are included, and the house wines at lunch and dinner were of good standard and with a good choice, varying daily. Specially coffees are also included in the fare, and the Mosaic cafe was a favourite stop off for us.

A smaller ship but bigger on service!

Azamara Quest Cruise Review by formbysquirrel

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We wanted a change from cruising on larger ships and visiting the same ports that can accommodate the larger vessels. Our back to back cruise on the Quest visited new ports and offered a more relaxed, high quality and less hurried ship board experience. The staff are without exception the most friendly and efficient we’ve come across. The captain and staff are very visible throughout the ship and invariably stop and ask you how things are going.

The dining venues are less crowded than on larger ships and we found the food quality and service to be excellent.

Entertainment in the main lounge was really good and a good seat could always be found in this smaller, more intimate cabaret style lounge.

Our V1 cabin on deck 8 had plenty of storage. The bathrooms are small, but perfectly adequate. The balcony housed a table and 2 chairs, virtually filling the space.

There is very little marketing of extras being pushed at you, quite a refreshing change from our last large ship cruise.

Drinks are included, and the house wines at lunch and dinner were of good standard and with a good choice, varying daily. Specially coffees are also included in the fare, and the Mosaic cafe was a favourite stop off for us.
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Cabin Review

Club Veranda Stateroom
Cabin V1 8010
Port side forward. You’re not really far from anywhere on this size of ship.
Nice updated furnishings with flat screen interactive tv.
2 seater sofa a little uncomfortable because of its curved shape.
Bathroom adequate. Shower curtain was not a problem. Nice toiletries.
Deck 8 Inside Cabins, Balcony Cabins, Suite Cabins