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Azamara Quest Review

4.0 / 5.0
706 reviews

Very enjoyable

Review for Asia Cruise on Azamara Quest
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2019
Cabin: Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

We travelled last year with Azamara and greatly enjoyed the smaller ship feel, comfort and convenience. This cruise, from Cairns to Singapore offered us the chance to see some things on our ‘to do’ list, especially Komodo and Borobudur. Embarkation in Cairns was efficient and since Quest and Journey are almost identical, it was very easy to settle in. We enjoyed a quick look at Thursday Island which is otherwise quite difficult to visit.

Our only real disappointment in the whole trip was the docking location in Darwin. Instead of being at the cruise ship dock, we were more than 30 minutes away, each way, by the provided shuttle bus, at the spectacularly unscenic and inconvenient bulk container terminal. We had 3 things planned for Darwin but saw only one of them because of the docking location. Do visit the RFDS where you get not only the RFDS story but also an amazing virtual reality experience of the bombing of Darwin. The Azamazing Darryl Braithwaite concert was great but also meant 12 buses doing a one hour trip and the inevitable waiting.

Food was excellent again in terms of variety and freshness. We mostly used the Windows buffet for breakfast and lunch because we could choose salads and fruit. Dinner was mostly in Discoveries but we did have 2 meals in Prime C and one in Aqualina.

Cabin Review

Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

Cabin VX

We were prepared for the small bathroom after last year and found it didn’t worry us at all. Again, lots of storage so the room isn’t cluttered. Dustin and Kokok were fantastic and very reliably filled our ice bucket twice a day. Our balcony provided some great views.

Port Reviews

Thursday Island

Ship excursion. Comfortable mini bus with a fun local. Tour of the town, time at the Hill Fort and then a drive to the cemetery which was a very good reflection of the multicultural heritage of the island. Would not have been possible to do this in the time by walking.

Komodo Island

Ship shore excursion. In a group of about 20 with a guide and assistants front and back to keep the group together. Saw 8 dragons which was great. Guide Paul was knowledgeable and had very good English.

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