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Azamara Quest Review

4.5 / 5.0
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A Lot to Like, But Some Issues

Review for Azamara Quest to Transatlantic
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newmexone
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2017
Cabin: Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

Wish there were a way to rate 3 1/2 as that is more appropriate. This was our third cruise on the Quest and interestingly, I would have rated the earlier two cruises higher. In fact, we were on the Quest in September and were more pleased with the experience. The problem with this cruise is that it was a Transatlantic with 7 full days at sea. While we normally love TA's and tell friends who don't understand spending days on the water, that there are lots of things to do. Not this time - in 7 days there were only two cooking demos. There were two guest lecturers on board, but neither had a great deal to offer. We weren't the only ones not excited by the topics. TV in the cabin was a joke - no on-demand shows other than pay per view movies or DVD capability. The same movies shown over again and again and countless episodes of Veep.

Entertainment on board was limited with the same performers showing up more than once on the bill. On board cast was good and Cruise Director Russ was great.

Food on the ship was very good regardless if you were in the main dining room or one of the specialty restaurants - Aqualina and Prime C. Food in the buffet was also very good.

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Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

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This is a sunset balcony at the very back of the ship. We loved it.

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