Debuting in 2011, Seabourn Quest redefined the luxury cruising industry. Boasting award-winning dining, luxurious staterooms and exquisite public spaces, it is a lavish master-piece from bow to stern. Sister ship to Seabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Quest carries 450 guests and weighs 32,000 ton. Oozing richness with her neutral decor, it is home to contemporary spaces and elegant restaurants. The extensive outer deck is a major attraction, featuring an impressive pool surrounded by wooden decking and a deluxe whirl pool- perfect for days soaking up the sun's rays or winding down with a cocktail! In addition, the service onboard is impeccable and every crew member will go that extra mile to ensure you receive 5* service. From butlers assisting with packing luggage to attentive staff holding every door open for you, no request is impossible for them. Visiting a range of fascinating ports around the world combined with this sleek ship, a trip onboard Seabourn Quest guarantees a holiday of the lifetime and the finest service at sea.
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Seabourn Quest is sure to delight you with its varied menus in four restaurants as well as in-suite dining. The Restaurant offers eclectic menus developed specifically for The Yachts of Seabourn by celebrity Chef Charlie Palmer. Seabourn's chefs shine as each restaurant offers discerning guests a different experience, from avant-garde tasting menus to casual meals on deck. In Seabourn Square, enjoy traditional Italian espressos and lattes at your leisure or stop by one of our six bars and lounges and enjoy world-class wine, champagne and top shelf spirits.
Our dining options aboard Seabourn Quest include:
Seabourn Quest has perfected the luxurious feel of its entertainment with sophisticated bars and lounges offering a series of enriching events throughout the day and night. The Grand Salon is the main venue onboard and hosts everything from lectures to cooking demonstrations to film screenings, meaning that guests are sure to find something to suit their tastes. Another popular space is The Club where you can start with an afternoon tea and after spending a few hours relaxing there, enjoy a cocktail, some live music and even dance. For a more al fresco experience, head to the Sky Bar where you can sip at your favourite drink under the stars, while the Observation Bar is open all day and offers stunning panoramic views. If you fancy testing out your luck, the casino is equipped with gaming tables and slot machines, perfect for those hoping to hit the jackpot.
Step into The Spa at Seabourn and let your senses and spirits soar with innovative therapies, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and full-service salon. Seabourn’s skilled spa staff will provide guests with their preferred combination of rituals as they relax in an airy, palatial private retreat encompassing separate seating and dining areas, an indoor double bed lounger, two treatment beds, an oversized bathtub and separate shower, as well as a private wraparound terrace with sun loungers in the open air. Carry on your journey of relaxation by spending a few hours lounging next to the pool with a drink in hand from the nearby bar. For those looking for even more lazy leisure, head to the card room, a favourite haunt for veteran cruisers, where you can challenge others to a game of bridge or backgammon.
The itinerary needs to be reviewed.Although everything about the ship is excellent this particular cruise seemed to be for 2 different groups of people—those who wanted expeditions in Zodiacs and canoes and those who wanted to go on land to sightsee.The result was that neither group would have been fully satisfied unless all one wanted was to stay on board all the time. It was unfortunate that the weather prevented trips in 2 places as we couldn’t be tendered off the boat which meant even more time at sea. The overpriced Zodiac expeditions was all that was available in the North of Canada and they were very short. Some of the ports visited like Happy Valley Goose Bay seemed to be just to drop off the expedition staff and for the convenience of the cruise line as there was absolutely nothing to see there. No wonder they had not had a cruise ship in there for 13 years!The overpriced trips generally were not well thought out and need to be revised. Thank goodness that the ship ,speakers,entertainmenton on board,and staff were so good.I am rating the ship and not the trip in my score below.