Fast Facts: Azamara Quest
Built: 2000 (refurbished and re-christened 2007)
Length: 592 feet
Width: 84 feet
Passenger capacity: 694 (double occupancy)
Interior staterooms (without window): 158 square feet
Ocean-view staterooms (with porthole or window): 143 – 158 square feet
Balcony staterooms (with private veranda): 215 – 239 square feet (including veranda)
Suites: 326 – 793 square feet (including veranda)
Like it’s “sister ship” (the Journey), the Azamara Quest offers a more intimate, upscale cruise experience for her privileged guests. And, because of her modest size, the Quest can visit many ports throughout the world that larger “mass market” or “contemporary” ships cannot. As a result, the itinerary selection on the Quest is unrivaled by practically any other cruise ship and, because she spends more time in each port, her guests have an opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture of each exciting place she visits. Shore excursions are provided for small groups of passengers who are guided by experts and every detail is thoughtfully planned out for the comfort, convenience and enrichment of her guests.
Facilities on the Quest include a show lounge, casino, spa and fitness center, lounges with live music dancing, specialty restaurants, a pool area and other facilities that you would expect to find on a much larger cruise ship. However, unlike some of the “mega-liners”, everything aboard the Azamara Quest is done tastefully. For example, you won’t have to reach for your wallet to pay for housekeeping, dining and bar staff gratuities, or for fine coffees and teas, bottled water and selected wines, because it’s all included on the Azamara Quest. The attentive service is consistently delivered with genuine warmth and unpretentious sophistication by a well-trained crew that understands what their discerning guests want and expect.
Staterooms on the Quest range in size from 158 square feet (entry-level interior and ocean-view accommodations) to suites more than double that size. Wheelchair accessible staterooms are also available for guests with special needs. All staterooms on the Quest feature 24-hour room service and include a modern flat screen television (with interactive services), robes, slippers and binoculars for use during the voyage, bathroom amenities such as luxurious soaps and body lotions and other amenities that would typically cost “extra” on most other cruise lines.
Superb cuisine is paired with critically acclaimed wines every day on the Quest. Unique local entertainment boards the ship in many ports so that guests can enjoy shows that will not be found anywhere else. So, experience cruising like you have never experienced it before. Experience the Azamara Quest.