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M/S Azamara Quest vital statistics
Company: Azamara Club Cruises
Home Port: Valletta, Malta
Gross Tonnage: 30,277 tons
Cruising Speed: 18.5 knots
Passenger Capacity: 694
Passenger Decks: 9
Voyages sailed on this ship: Transpacific
Azamara Club Cruises is a relatively new cruise
line (only founded in 2007) but it boasts an upmarket
cruising experience on board its three sister ships,
Azamara Jouney, Azamara Quest and Azamara Pursuit
(which used to be the Adonia)
The ships are three of eight identical Renaissance-class
vessels built at the start of the millennium at Chantiers
de l’Atlantique, France.
Stateroom 6009, an airy and spacious balcony
stateroom on Deck 6. We had originally booked an
ocean view cabin but were offered an upgrade at a
Another view of stateroom 6009.
Sitting area in our stateroom, showing the floor-to-
ceiling sliding balcony doors and the table and chairs
outside. Unfortunately, the northern Pacific weather
was not the greatest for sitting outside!
The pool deck showing the jogging track around the outside on the deck above.
The pool deck also led to the Patio Grill, where we sometimes enjoyed a drink and
a casual meal such as nachos or a burger.
The Den, on deck 5. This was where the quizzes were held each afternoon, or it
was a pleasant place just to relax, have a drink and chat to our fellow passengers.
During the evening a pianist and singer would perform.
The Discoveries Restaurant on deck 5. This was the
main dining room and we ate some scrumptious meals
here, with excellent service.
The opulent main staircase on the Azamara Quest. All
the Azamara ships are decorated to the highest
standards with deep carpets, fine artwork on the walls
and comfortable furniture.
Another view of the staircase.