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    May 2000
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    Mar 2019
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Azamara Quest overview

Azamara Quest
Azamara Quest - Photo courtesy of Azamara Club Cruises

Azamara Quest provides authentic service, destination-inspired programs, and an intimate, boutique hotel atmosphere. Azamara's signature AzAmazing Evening events deliver exclusive and immersive onshore experiences, while onboard, Quest offers cabaret-style entertainment that includes three unique musical shows. A Million Dreams pays tribute to classic love songs, featuring music by Whitney Houston, Adele, Bruno Mars, and Elvis. The Night Spot highlights gathering places around the globe, including a Las Vegas lounge and a swanky cigar bar, with music by favorites such as Cher, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, and Billy Joel. The trio of performances is rounded out by His Song — The Music of Elton John. The ship's Cabaret Lounge also transforms into 54 Below at Sea for a special Broadway experience.

This beloved R-class cruise ship, which originally sailed for Renaissance Cruises,  also offers plenty of opportunities for learning and enrichment, including line-dancing classes, expert talks on a multitude of regional topics, and port-of-call lectures that offer travelers insights into the destinations they're visiting. The ship also features the luxurious Sanctum Spa, which has a fitness center, thalassotherapy pool, and dedicated space for acupuncture treatments. In addition to its outdoor pool area, which includes two whirlpools, an open-air bar, and tennis tables, Quest also has a jogging and power-walking track, and an on-deck game area.

Azamara Quest was refurbished in 2019 and now boasts an updated gift shop, six additional oceanview cabins, and The Den, a sophisticated lounge with comfortable seating, live music, and a concierge desk where destination experts help cruisers optimize their time onshore.

Azamara Quest itineraries and departure ports

From 3-night weekend getaways to epic 24-night itineraries, Azamara Quest offers a variety of country-intensive voyages designed to let travelers immerse themselves in the culture and spirit of their destination. Quest departs from ports worldwide and sails to a multitude of exciting global locales, including Africa, Asia, South America, Europe, and the Caribbean.

This ship is best for: Like the other ships in Azamara's fleet, Quest's small size gives it access to ports that larger ships can't reach, making it the ideal ship for travelers seeking unique itineraries with bucket-list destinations. Many of the vessel's onboard activities are designed to complement ports of call for a truly immersive experience.

You should know: Azamara Quest was designed with mature travelers in mind. With no dedicated children's program and few activities to attract the under-18 crowd, this ship won't appeal to families or multigenerational groups that include young children.

Activities on Azamara Quest

From the Cabaret Lounge where cruisers enjoy vibrant musical stage performances to The Drawing Room, a tranquil onboard library, Azamara Quest has a variety of comfortable gathering places. Cruisers can find conversation and cocktails at Discoveries Lounge, while the Mosaic Cafe is the ideal place to people-watch over a cup of espresso.

For relaxation, take a dip in Sanctum Spa's saltwater thalassotherapy pool or try a rejuvenating acupuncture treatment. The ship also offers a fresh-air game area for cruisers who prefer to relax with a shuffleboard tournament and a dedicated sun deck for soaking in the rays. Travelers who appreciate learning experiences should enjoy the wealth of onboard enrichment opportunities, which include cooking demonstrations, wine tasting, and lectures on a variety of globally relevant topics.

Azamara Quest ship highlights

  • AzAmazing Evening events
  • Cabaret Lounge performances: Night Spot, A Million Dreams, and His Song — The Music of Elton John
  • White Night Party poolside barbecue
  • Sanctum Spa with a fitness center, acupuncture room, and saltwater thalassotherapy pool
  • Outdoor swimming pool and 2 whirlpools
  • Sun deck with loungers
  • Line-dancing classes and other enrichment activities
  • Outdoor deck games area, including shuffleboard
  • Jogging track
  • Destination Immersion activities and dining experiences
  • Aqualina Italian restaurant
  • Prime C steakhouse
  • Mosaic Cafe

Azamara Quest cabins

Azamara Quest cabins offers cruisers a choice of accommodations, including interior, veranda, and oceanview staterooms, as well as luxury suites. The ship's cabins include luxury amenities such as plush robes and slippers, French bath products, and fresh-cut flowers. Room service is available 24 hours a day.

Quest's decadent suites include private balconies accessible by sliding glass doors and in-room afternoon tea service. Suite guests also enjoy additional perks, such as English butler service, priority embarkation and disembarkation, and complimentary seating at onboard specialty restaurants.

Azamara Quest dining

As part of Azamara Quest's Destination Immersion experience, the ship's dining venues incorporate regional flavors into their food and drink menus. Discoveries Restaurant, Quest's open-seating  dining room, offers passengers a taste of foods native to the ship's ports of call in addition to classic favorites such as filet mignon. Specialty restaurants provide additional mealtime options, with Aqualina serving up authentic Italian cuisine and Prime C dishing up delicious steak and seafood. For vegan cruisers, special menus are available at Discoveries, Aqualina, and Prime C. Cruisers looking for more casual fare should visit the Windows Cafe buffet, or The Patio, the ship's poolside grill.

Azamara Quest ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.3
  • Children's Programs 2.3
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.2
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.8
  • Entertainment 3.7
  • Food and Dining 4.4
  • Onboard Activities 4.0
  • Service and Staff 4.8
  • Ship Quality 4.6

Azamara Quest cabins

360 cabins and 23 cabin categories.

Inside Cabin


(1 Review)
Avg. Size: 158 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $281/night
Oceanview Cabin


(4 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 165 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $318/night
Balcony Cabin


(22 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 175 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $395/night
Suite Cabin


(10 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 401 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $555/night

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Azamara Quest dining

Aqualina Specialty Dining

Aqualina Specialty Dining

Windows Cafe

Windows Cafe

Swirl & Top

Swirl & Top

The Patio

The Patio

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Azamara Quest onboard activities

The Living Room

The Living Room

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The Pursuit Shop

The Pursuit Shop

Sunset Bar

Sunset Bar

Cabaret Lounge

Cabaret Lounge

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Great cruise by w4tny

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Azamara Quest / Destination: Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)

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Average cruise to interesting part of the world. by Humptydumpty

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Azamara Quest / Destination: Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)

Liked the itinerary, with the exception of the Kenya stop being canceled. Security concerns were cited, but the ship sent overnight tours to Kenya anyway. Organization was not good. Had problems with my wife's initial registration on the ship. Numerous changes in instructions regarding visas and vaccinations for Tanzania. Excellent service, but I did not think the food was consistently good. Entertainment OK for a ship this size.

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Awesome Asian Cruise by CP50

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Azamara Quest / Destination: Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)

Awesome cruise with so much history. The food was good, as was the service. Our cabin was beautiful and our attendants took very good care of us. Crew and staff appeared to be very passenger centered and went the extra mile to make sure everything was fine. Also, I really enjoyed the overnights in several port.

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48 Azamara Quest tips


Oct 31, 2014

Listen to the daily forecast and dress appropriately. Take your sunscreen and a bottle of water with you whenever you leave the ship. Don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it. It is available up to the point you board the bus. Let staff know of your needs in advance of going ashore.


Dec 11, 2015

It is hot and humid in most of these ports. Be sure to plan for this. Bring a hat and sunscreen. The tours and ship provide water. The information given about what to wear to visit the temples was conflicting. Be prepared with clothes to cover your shoulders and legs.


Jan 02, 2017

Excellent service staff, great food and beverage selections and entertainment.

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