Azamara Quest Cruise Review to Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)

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Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
10

4 out of 5

2 great trips

Sail Date: December 01, 2010

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

we took our first ever cruise, with some trepidation, in Quest from Miami through the Panama Canal to Acapulco. We are much travelled but I have to say that, in our older age, this ship was perfect for us. The food was good, the staff very good. We did not want masses of entertainment - I think you take the bigger ships for that. The itinerary through the Canal was fascinating. A year later, we took your cruise from Hong Kong to Singapore. This was also excellent with very interesting stops. I am a writer and would like to take the Indonesia cruise this December, 2011

Pros: the small size and dining whenever and wherever you wished

Cons: There was nothing that we disliked.

Recommends Azamara Quest? Yes!

Food and Dining
As I said briefly above, the ability to eat when you wanted and to sit where you wanted was very important to us. Sometimes we enjoyed eating with a big table and sometimes, we ate on our own.
Service and Staff
staff friendly and helpful
Entertainment
From your brochure, I did not expect much but what there was was fine by us. A better equipped library would be nice!
Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
the stateroom was fine


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