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  Azamara Quest (Azamara Cruises)

Azamara Quest | Azamara Cruises
Azamara Quest anchored off Santorini.
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Azamara Quest | Azamara Cruises
Pullmantur Cruises M/S Blue Moon, Helsinki South Harbour
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Delphin Renaissance, Kieler Hafen.
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The Azamara Quest cruise ship is an R-class ship in the Azamara Cruises fleet. Despite its relatively smaller size and capacity, the cruise offers luxury and activities to keep passengers entertained. The reception area or the lobby in Azamara Quest is compact with an atrium that has a lounge feel to it.

Azamara Quest has cruises to Asia and the Mediterranean regions. The cruises are primarily between 14-day round trip to 24-day round trip.

Azamara Quest was built in France at the Chantiers de l'Atlantique, Saint-Nazaire ship yard in 2000 and was operational with the Renaissance Cruises as R-7, then Delphin Renaissance. Later she was sold to a Spanish cruise line Pullmantur Cruises and was named Blue Moon. In 2007, the ship was named Azamara Quest.

Quest’s dining options include Discover, its main dining room for a more formal dining option. The Windows Café offers a more casual atmosphere and a different dining experience. Other dining options include Prime C, an ideal steakhouse joint; Aqualina, that blends Mediterranean culture and American Cuisine, Cova Café, Martini bar and a Grill near the pool.

Azamara Quest has a “Looking Glass” lounge and a Cabaret to entertain its guests. A Luxe Casino packed with slot machines and other gaming options are for those who like to roll the dice. Another joint for entertainment is the Michael’s Club, a place that mixes music with a good drink. Art auctions are also held offering many famous artists’ master pieces. The cruise also has some fun games like “Name that tune”, “Contests”, and a few Brain teasers. There are separate entertainment sections for children too on board the cruise.

Azamara Quest has a whole deck dedicated to catering all aspects of passengers’ health and fitness. Aqua Spa, for beauty treatments and relaxation, offers ancient Chinese treatments called Acupuncture. The deck also has a fitness centre for a good cardio workout or a muscle stretch on the cruise or passengers can choose to take a brisk walk or a jog on the jogging track.

The library on the cruise, called “Drawing Room”, is on the Deck 10. Stores like the Quest Shop and Boutique C have apparels, bags and logo related stuff that passengers can purchase. For more expensive buying experience, Indulgence, has designer wear and other expensive fancy articles like watches, eye gear, jewelry and many more. For guests who like to surf the net there’s an internet café also called e-Connections.

The cabins and suites on the Quest vary from Inside Staterooms, Ocean view Stateroom with Porthole Windows or Obstructed View, Ocean view Staterooms, Deluxe Ocean view with Verandah, Sunset Verandah Staterooms, Sky Suites, Royal Suites and Penthouse Suites. The suites on the cruise are larger and include exclusive amenities for its elite passengers. The suites are nearly 800 sq ft and include a private balcony view. The standard cabins at 150 sq ft, comfortably includes sleeping accomodation and shower.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Azamara Cruises
Built by:Chantiers de l'Atlantique, Saint-Nazaire, France
Date Completed:2000
Gross Tonnage:30277
Length:181 m
Width:25.46 m