Azamara Quest Review

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Azamara Quest vs Oceania R-Class Review - Sophisticated Cruiser over 50+ cruise

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Canadian World Travellers
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Club Interior Stateroom

I just want to make a couple of points in comparison of these two lines as many on board have sailed on both lines.

As a matter of fact just over one month prior I did a 31 day "Around Australia Circumnavigation with New Guinea, Bali, Komodo Island on the Oceania R-Class

1. I am not loyal cruise ship passenger. My priorities are first the itinerary, then the quality of the ship/ line closely behind. Oceania has had my earlier preferred rating. I have sailed on RCL, Holland, Celebrity, Oceania, Norwegian in the past.

Cabin Review

Club Interior Stateroom

A good inside cabin, in fact I love it when there are a large number of at sea days where I can sleep in. I am still not retired and part of the working world. I am able to truly relax and unwind on the ship. I find my self up on the front Horizons Deck 10 forward most of the time.

Port Reviews

Richards Bay

Went to the Penquin Rescue, our own walking tour, a bit sketchy and dangerous in the downtown, not much here

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