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Azamara Quest Review

4.0 / 5.0
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702 reviews
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Old ship, good service, poor shore excursions

Review for Azamara Quest to Asia
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Oct 2019
Cabin: Club Continent Suite

Although it is an 39 year old ship we had a great time on board. We booked a club continent suite and the stateroom was spacious enough for two adults.

Staff is very attentive and friendly. Food is, compared to Aida or MSC cruises, above standard. Entertainment is of course a little bit limited due to the size of he ship but we don’t need a rollercoaster nor a ice skating range. Two very good band are playing every evening and there is also a talented piano player and a DJ. The relatively small size of the ship is the biggest advantage. Never ever we had to wait in lines. Everything is good organized from embarkation to Disembarkation. Obviously it is easier to handle 600 guests than 4000+.

Most of the guests are 50+ therefore there are no kids on board.

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Club Continent Suite

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