Azamara Quest Review

Really excellent ship with wonderful crew

Review for South America Cruise on Azamara Quest
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2024
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom

There were 591 on this cruise (ship accommodates about 675) with a crew of about 400. This is considered an upscale line and ship and it is. The ship and crew did a fine job. The food was excellent and much better than most of their competitors, but they could use some menu additions and modifications. We love azamara and love the quest and you will too. This ship was apparently overhauled about 2021 and is in very good condition. This was our third azamara cruise and second on the quest. There were no kids on board but they are apparently allowed. The passengers were largely younger retirees but some working adults were cruising. Food is aft. The windows cafe is on 9 aft and is a buffet format for all three meals. The discoveries restaurant is more formal on 5 aft but does not require reservations. There are several specialty restaurants on board available for additional $$. Price c was quite good. Azamazing evening was wonderful as was white night. There is a self-serve laundry on 7 but it stays busy so find a time when others are off the ship to use it.

Cabin Review

Club Veranda Stateroom

Our cabin was excellent but the bath is small but normal considering the age of the ship. The bedding was firm, the carpets in excellent condition, and the cabin steward was attentive. Storage is minimal but adequate. You will manage best if you use packing cubes and utilize all drawers including the desk and night stand storage.

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