After the innovative features introduced with the Odyssey, Seabourn unveiled the Quest in 2011. This ship comes equipped with the same level of amenities, from ample space-per-passenger room to a central area styled like a living room.
The ship’s the third in Seabourn’s “game changer” series. Travelers taking this ship to South America or Canada and New England can select from a range of dining options, or bask in the sun with a range of outdoor choices. Since its debut, the Seabourn Quest was refitted in 2013.
Rooms & Dining
Seabourn built the Quest with 13 stateroom categories, each offering between 295 and 1,200 square feet. 90 percent feature verandas and come with such luxurious basics as Egyptian cotton linens, an in-suite bar, a living area and bedroom, a flat screen TV and DVD player, champagne and a fruit basket, and room service.
The Quest comes with such choices as the Ocean View Suites, the Veranda Suites, the Penthouse Suites, the Owners Suites, the Signature Suites, and the Wintergarden Suites. The latter two, as Seabourn’s latest improvements, take luxury and refinement up a notch. Wintergarden Suites feature a private, glassed-in solarium, with a soaking tub, lounge bed, and bowed-out veranda, while the Signature Suites impress with 900 square feet of room and a wrap-around veranda adding an additional 35 square feet.
The Seabourn Quest considers all tastes and atmospheres with its dining choices. On the casual end, there’s The Colonnade, an indoor-outdoor buffet during the day that serves themed dinners, and the Patio Grill, which offers a menu of grilled dishes, salads, and baked pizzas. Restaurant 2 takes it up a notch, with an intimate feel and small plates. The Restaurant is the ship’s largest dining venue, with all three meals served with open seating in an intimate atmosphere.
Activities & Entertainment
There’s never a shortage of things to do onboard the Seabourn Quest. Many passengers seek out the traditional cruise experience, albeit at a more luxurious scale, with the casino, duty-free Shops at Seabourn, or the Pool Patio, an open deck with a swimming pool, two large whirlpool spas, sun loungers, and cabanas.
Relaxation is Seabourn’s mission, and the Quest is no different. Multiple outdoor choices let you have it your way. Take in the rays at the Sun Terrace, or absorb them while engaging in an outdoor activity at the Retreat.
The Spa at Seabourn is always a standout. Not only is it the largest facility of its type on any luxury cruise, but quality professional staff provides award-winning treatments. Stop by to schedule something to rejuvenate yourself or to try out the hydro-pool, the sauna, the steamroom, the dry float, the full-service salon, the motion studio, or the gym.
For socializing, the Seabourn Quest presents opportunities for all types of people, from the central Seabourn Square area, designed with couches, chairs, books, and computers, to The Club, a lounge area that transitions from afternoon tea to a nightclub with a DJ or live music, an outdoor pool, and two whirlpool spas.
The Grand Salon further keeps many interested throughout the day. Enrichment is the name of the game in the morning; come by for a lecture or cooking demonstration. Later on, this multipurpose space hosts live music events, classical concerts, cabaret shows, and comedy acts.
See new coasts or enjoy island paradises with all of Seabourn’s luxuries. Find the latest itineraries for the Quest through Direct Line Cruises, and book your trip today.