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Azamara Quest

Embracing the spirit of adventure with award-winning high standards of service, Azamara Quest is the ultimate in luxury cruises. Weighing in at at 30,277 tonnes, Azamara Quest is nearly 600ft long and carries 690 passengers, making her a mid-sized vessel.

When compared with larger ships, Azamara Quest is able to offer her guests a more exclusive cruise holiday experience with a highly-personalised service. One of the main benefits to this ship is that you'll never feel crowded in social areas onboard. Each of Azamara Quest's glorious 355 staterooms are complemented by full butler and concierge services. If you enjoy staying in a veranda stateroom, this ship offers plenty of availability on this type of cabin too.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2001
Tonnage 30277
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 6
Number Of Decks 11
Number Of Elevators 4
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 6
Maximum Capacity 686
Crew 408
Refurbished 01/04/2016

Ship Facilities

Onboard the sophisticated Azamara Quest, guests are able to enjoy a variety of tantalising cuisine.

Indulge and be inspired by the culinary artistry in Azamara Quest's speciality restaurants Aqualina and Prime C. Aqualina offers delicious and contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, and Prime C has a wide choice of steak, seafood and vegetarian options in an elegant New York-esque themed venue.

For a more casual dining experience there is the Windows Cafe, the best way to see the world whilst dining, or the main dining room, The Discovery Restaurant & Bar. Here, you'll find a fantastic array of choice, and a lovely outdoor bar where you can enjoy a pre-dinner aperitif.

Book a suite and you'll receive complimentary specialty dining during the course of your stay. Otherwise, you just need to pay $30 per person as a cover charge. In this case, we highly recommend you book dining in advance.

Live entertainment will feature throughout your cruise. Discoveries Lounge, The Living Room, and Cabaret Lounge all offer the perfect way to unwind at sea. Before you leave, it would be a shame to miss one of Azamara's famous White Night Parties, normally held at least once per cruise. These poolside parties offer a fabulous buffet feast, handpicked wines, and a live band guests can dance away to long into the night.

Spa and Fitness

Azamara Quest offers a superb range of enrichment programmes. Whether you wish to stimulate the body, mind and soul, you'll find yourself at peace onboard thanks to the Sanctum Spa, Salon, Fitness Centre and Acupuncture services.

At the Fitness Centre you'll find a well-equipped gym, optional personal trainer and various exercise classes for you to try.


There's plenty to suit all kinds of tastes onboard Azamara Quest. If you're an art lover, you'll enjoy the artwork on display and can even add to your personal collection. If you're a history buff, you can join in a seminar by Azamara's onboard experts or attend a port-of-call lecture, focusing on local culture and history. Meanwhile, foodies can have a culinary demonstration and wine appreciators can join in a wine tasting session hosted by a sommelier. Other interests covered in Azamara's onboard enrichment programs and classes include natural sciences, maritime history, fashion, literature and marine wildlife.

Customer reviews for Azamara Quest

Taiwan & the Philippines with Hong Kong Stay. This review is about the cruise only. The Quest is a small ship which we were looking forward to being on, but we were not expecting such a small cabin as well, which was not well thought out. Shower small with plastic curtain, strange small seat supposed to be for two people, table on balcony far too big. On port days only the Windows buffet open for lunch, not enough room, people wandering about trying to find a table, and on two times we gave up the hunt. Tables available at the poolside , but too hot out there to enjoy the food. The organised tours were OK some good some bad, some were a health and safety risk, tour boats returning full of people in the dark with no lights, and on another time everybody having to wade through water up to ones waist to get back on to the tour boat. The entertainment was ok nothing special, the cabaret lounge is not suited to shows unless you are in the front three or four rows behind that you can not see what is happening on the floor area. The Den had the piano player who was far too loud, impossible to have conversation when he was playing which was practically all evening, so we had to find somewhere else to sit to talk to friends we had made on board. The cuisine on board was fantastic, with varied menus, and the quality was excellent, 5 stars. The staff were brilliant nothing was too much trouble for them, they went out of there way to be helpful. 5 Stars. We enjoyed our cruise very much, and did not let these ship issues spoil our holiday but feel people need to know what we found on this particular cruise. Thank you

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Spectacular back to back cruises on magnificent ship.

Excellent environment, good food, and wine, inadequate gym with TVs on equipment and equipment itself not working. A small gym - allowed only 20 minutes on each apparatus.

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