Azamara Quest Review At A Glance
The Azamara Quest was built in 2001. At capacity, she carries 710 passengers and her gross tonnage is 30,277. There are 26 inside cabins, and 329 outside cabins. Her last refurbishment was in November 2012
The Azamara Quest, like her sister ship, the Azamara Journey, features extended shore excursions at some ports of call. Look forward to 2 and 3 day stays at some destinations, in which you can opt to participate in unique and exciting activities that transcend the typical!
Features all of Azamara Quest's latest amenities: Prime C (alternative dining steakhouse), spa, and Azamara pool and whirlpools
Great for luxury expeditions -- There are plenty of entertainment options for adults!
The Azamara Quest cruise ship is full of great dining venues, from the main dining room, Discoveries, to the The Windows Cafe lido buffet & grill. The Azamara Quest also features the Mediterranean inspired Aqualina, and the Prime C alternative dining restaurant is not to be missed! For more information, visit our Azamara Quest dining guide.
Want to know what to expect on the Azamara Quest? What is the Spa like? What are the kid's programs like? Is there a quiet place to relax? Can I use my cell phone on the Azamara Quest? Visit our Azamara Quest Activities guide to learn about everything there is to do on board the ship.