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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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679 reviews
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This ship was amazing

Review for Azamara Quest to the Western Mediterranean
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Abbie2013
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2018
Cabin: Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

We choose this ship as we liked the itinerary and we were keen to try a smaller ship. We traveled with 2 other couples and we all loved Azamara. We had traveled previously 3 times on celebrity cruise ships which we loved and twice on priinces cruise ships. Azamara Quest is our new favourite. The staff are so helpful and friendly. The food in all areas was some of the best food and meals we have ever eaten on a cruise ship. We did bistro C one night and the steaks were mazing as was the service and the rest of the food. Amazing night in Dubrovnik was a highlight with a cellist player who captured the audience with her talent. Captain Jose was so involved and we seen him many times around the ship and at the tenders. The pool area lovely and quiet and we never had trouble getting a lounge chair. The ship was tastefully decorated throughout . Thankyou Azamara we will Be definitely back.

Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises

Thank you Abbie2013! We are so honored that we are now your favorite cruise line! We look forward to welcoming you back soon....

Cabin Review

Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

Cabin VX

We liked this cabin. The balcony was a little bigger and we had the full front view. Perfect when docked. When sailing it was sometimes windy. We found the room spotless with everything we needed. The bathrooms were a perfect size with all the extras you need

Port Reviews

Venice

We stayed 3nigts in Venice before the cruise. It’s very busy and packed to the brim. I would suggest walk away up the little streets to getaway from the crowds. We had a booked entry to the basilica and it’s worth doing. We also went up the campanile, what a great view. Pre book entry time unless you want to wait in huge lines. Doge’s palace is fantastic. We water taxied to the ship and that was wonderful

Hvar

This was a wonderful day as we were picked up by a private company and taken to the other side and then we commenced our bike tour with a lovely 26yr old local. 6 off us did this tour and we all said it was the best day we had throughout the whole cruise. We seen so much and got to taste homegrown produce and wine along the way

Dubrovnik

We walked the walls. It was very hot but definitely worth doing for the views. I think it’s about 4.5km in distance with some steps. Lots of interesting shops and streets. Amazing night was held in the center with an out door concert. She was an incredible Cellist. The lights the backdrop brought shivers up my spine!

Kotor

A gorgeous old town. We did our own thing and climbed the 1500 steps up the old wall. It was hard but lots of great viewing points along the way.

Positano (Amalfi)

We did Amalfi town and had a swim around the corner at Atrani

Rome (Civitavecchia)

We walked around the port and town. Not a lot to do here. Cheap shopping.

Portofino

We ferried around to Santamarghereta and had a swim at a lovely beach club and continued walking along the coast which is very picturesque back to portofino Santa Margherita much nice with better shops and cafes than portofino

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