Azamara Quest Cruises
Azamara Quest is like her sister ship, Azamara Journey, in many ways. She also accommodates her guests very well with an unobstructed layout and many of her facilities are in the same vein. Just like her sister, she was built in 2000 and sailed under a variety of different names before joining the Azamara fleet in 2007.
With a capacity of just under 700 passengers, you will never be crowded out on her decks and there will always be an attentive crew member on hand to help you out. From the delicious and refined dining options to the tempting treats available at ‘Indulgences’, everything about your Azamara Quest cruise will be luxurious and relaxing.
Dues to her size, this beautiful vessel can frequent some of the smaller ports that it would not be possible to visit on a larger ship. Not only does this enhance your holiday, you will also get to see some hidden gems that are unlikely to be too overrun with tourists.
Excellent public spaces include the Cabaret Lounge, a large shopping area and a choice of six different dining options. There is also a terrific spa for those relaxing sea days and plenty of ways to stay in shape during your trip.
Azamara Quests spends a lot of her time in Asia and the Pacific but also offers itineraries in Europe and the Mediterranean. During each trip there will be guest lecturers on board to share their knowledge about each port with you and answer any questions you might have.