Azamara Quest Cruise Review by lsnhc
- Sail Date: November 2017
- Destination: Transatlantic
- Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom
Let me state, unequivocally, that this will not be our last Azamara cruise.
The ship is one of the Renaissance R1 ships and it is definitely showing its age. The cabins were renovated in 2016, but are already showing substantial wear and shoddy workmanship. The new wall covering was peeling in several places and the shower stall had walls that were delaminating. In speaking to fellow passengers, our situation was definitely not uncommon.
Additionally, some of the public areas are badly in need of some TLC. The tile around the pool was cracked in several places and the grout was missing as well. Given the premium price one pays for Azamara, this is inexcusable.
While we are in our mid-60's, we were definitely among the youngest passengers on this sailing, and it is clear that most of the entertainment was aimed at an older demographic. While we didn't sail on Azamara for the entertainment, it was a bit of a disappointment that we did not enjoy most of the cabaret shows.
So....all in all, an absolutely wonderful sailing, but not flawless. We can't wait to return to Azamara!
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