Azamara Quest Review

Back to one of our first loves - 8 night Croatian Intensive

Review for the Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on Azamara Quest
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russell jack
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Oct 2023
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom
David GR Manager and Ryszard Hotel Director - both awesome
Food served sailing into Montenegro
White night

18 months since we have been on board Azamara and two years since we have been on board the Quest, but within minutes of embarking the Quest for an 8 night Croatia intensive cruise, we were greeted by several officers and welcomed back as family. You can’t put a price on that. One of the major benefits of small ship cruising.

It was a smooth and speedy embarkation - we were on the ship within minutes of arriving at the terminal in Chioggia. It really felt like coming home.

We had a veranda cabin on deck 6 which was perfectly fine with plenty of storage space, a decent sized balcony and an adequate bathroom. We were also blessed with one of the best stateroom attendants we have ever had in the lovely Edgar.

Cabin Review

Club Veranda Stateroom

As above - perfectly fine lots of storage space wonderful stateroom attendant - Edgar

Port Reviews


Small Italian town with Venice like canals


Love Dubrovnik did our own jeep tour


Beautiful easily walkable town


Love it - docked by the sea organ

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