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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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672 reviews
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Havana for 3 days - Great

Review for Azamara Quest to Cuba
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2018
Cabin: Club Oceanview Stateroom
Classic Car in Havana - One of the ways to interact with the people and see

The Intensive Cuba cruise really gave me the time needed in Havana to see the many sights and get a feel for life in todays Cuba. I would have felt cheated if I had only one day (as a lot of Cuba cruises do).

The crew on the Quest did a great job in making the cruise a success. The White Night and the AzAmazing Evening required hard work, and the crew came through.Service in the bars and restaurant was quick and efficient.

The ship public spaces were well maintained and even with a full capacity did not feel overly crowded. Check in was under 20 minutes, and that included some paperwork for going to Cuba. Getting off was also quick -we self carried the luggage off - and made a 8:50 AM flight in plenty of time (because of Spring Break and Miami, this was the only flight available).

Cabin Review

Club Oceanview Stateroom

Cabin 06

Have been on a number of the "R" ships, so know that the bathroom is small, but the cabin was in good shape.

Port Reviews

Cienfuegos

Guide gave us a good insight into life outside Havana. We toured Trinidad and Cienfuegos with most of time spent in Trinidad.The tour lunch was not too good,

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