Baltic Sea Seabourn Quest Baltic Sea Cruise Reviews

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Best ship experience .... ever
"We had take two Seabourn cruises in 2022 and had a nice experience.Two more points...."Read More
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Seabourn goes the way of Holland American

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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pbranson63
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

We have been Seabourn loyal cruisers for a number of seasons, but no more. We like the ship size and outstanding onboard personnel. However, the overall quality of service, food, little extras, and ability of crew members to respond to special needs has disappeared. The ships are the same, the outstanding crews are the same, the food is a little sub-par when compared to Oceana and the excursions ...
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Sail Date: August 2023


Best ship experience .... ever

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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firstforty2012
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We have taken over 70 cruises. In fact that is a guess because we have lost count. We booked this 36 night trans Atlantic some time ago as we are tired of trans Atlantic flights and this itinerary looked very good. We had take two Seabourn cruises in 2022 and had a nice experience. When I learned that Quest was a small ship with around 400 pax, I was a bit concerned as we had been loyal ...
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Sail Date: August 2023

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


Cruise of the Vikings

Review for a Canada & New England Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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LuxuryTraveler2023
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

Fabulous multi-country cruise from the British Isles to Iceland, Greenland, Newfoundland and Canada following the route of the Vikings. Ship's size allowed us to go places with stunning scenery that could not be viewed by anything larger. Room service was always on-time. Thomas Keller Grill was excellent. Main restaurant (dine when you wish) was great, too. We enjoyed outstanding service and ...
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Sail Date: August 2023

Cabin Type: Penthouse Spa Suite

Traveled with disabled person


NOT WHAT IT SAID

Review for a Baltic Sea Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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nsdeut
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We chose this cruise as a way to visit both Greenland and Nunavut. With our tickets, two weeks before departure, the itinerary stated that we would not be able to go ashore at any of the three stops in Nunavut. We did not look at the itinerary before boarding the ship - we thought we knew where we were going and had of course paid in full. We anchored in the harbour of Iqaliut for customs ...
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Sail Date: August 2019

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


Fancy Upscale Tries to Do Expedition

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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jbondoux
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

Our first Seabourn Cruise. We were on board for 45 days, Dover to Montreal via Scotland, Iceland, Greenland, Labrador. The Viking historical highlights were the Hvalsey church in Greenland and the Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland. Sadly, the St. Kilda landing was scrubbed due to inclement weather. The scenic highlights were the fjords and glaciers of Prince Christian Sound, and the cultural ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


No longer a Luxury Experience

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llp28
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

We are long time Seabourn cruisers recently off a 16 day cruise on Quest. Last year on an 18 day trip on Ovation we noticed many changes, not for the good. This trip, it’s clear the product has sunk far below what it once was. 1. Dinner Service in the Restaurant/Colonnade. Three dinners where we casually appeared between 7:30 and 8:30. Result: At least a half hour between courses. Water ...
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Sail Date: July 2019


Great Way to See Ireland

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Fairwinds789
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Great itinerary. Lots of stops in Ireland. One really gets a feel for the country and island. Northern Ireland was also very interesting. Most of the excursions were satisfactory but tame. We did some trips on our own (such as to Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery and Antrim Coast), Limerick, and other places where we wanted to spend more time. But many of the ship excursions were half day and we ...
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Sail Date: July 2019


They called me by name from the beginning!

Review for a Europe - British Isles & Western Cruise on Seabourn Quest

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rgerik
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

I just returned from my first, but not last, Seabourn cruise aboard Quest. The ship itself was wonderful, but it was the staff and crew that impressed me the most. From the first moment I arrived on board, I was made to feel as if I were the most important person in the world. Almost from the moment I boarded, all of those with whom I came in contact knew and called me by my name! (I realize ...
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Sail Date: June 2019


Seabourn Quest's First Ever Meet & Mingle Party

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peonyflower
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We booked this cruise for its awesome itinerary. We've been in over 115 countries, but not Iceland or Greenland. Those of us on the Roll Call thought we'd have a Meet & Mingle get together. The Quest was unaware of such a social gathering. I met with the Hotel and Bar Manager who made our Meet & Mingle possible. I was so delighted such a party would take place. Guest services helped in ...
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Sail Date: July 2018

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


Good - but not as good as expected

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ochealaaf
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Nice small ship, great itinerary. Scotland, Iceland, Greenland. There are three "castes" on the ship: The Antarctica experienced (orange parka), the Alaska experienced (blue parka) - and the rest :-). Most in their 70+. Excellent stateroom, very spacy (28m2). Good housekeeping. Dining good - but not so good as expected. Food often was not made to order, so often food was overcooked. Service ...
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Sail Date: July 2018

Cabin Type: Seabourn Suite

Traveled with children


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