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Azamara Quest Review

4.0 / 5.0
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A Peaceful Journey

Review for Azamara Quest to the Panama Canal & Central America
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2018

We’re experienced cruisers, an older couple, one of us has a mobility problem. This was the second of two cruises we took this winter, the first was a Princess cruise to Hawaii that was very successful. By contrast the Azamara cruise was less exciting though still very good.

We had done two cruises on the Quest last year covering much of the same territory, tho with the addition of the Sea of Cortez. We repeated because we wanted to stay close to North America – and Azamara offers a gourmet experience, important to us.

Unfortunately we came down with vicious colds and coughs. No fault of the cruise. Since the temperature was so hot we avoided visiting nearly all the possible ports, barring the Azamara evening in Cabo San Lucas and a short trip in Huatulco. Which meant we stayed on the ship, in itself a pleasant fate.

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Pleasant area of shopping near the dock, local artisanal stores available with good value. You can reach this via a kind of golf cart requiring a modest tip. Convenient

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