Azamara Quest 2019 - 2020

Azamara Quest 2019 - 2020

Experience one-of-a-kind destinations, a sophisticated onboard environment and more with the Azamara Quest!

Cruises on board the Azamara Quest

The Azamara Quest is a charming, boutique cruise ship offering destination-intensive voyages all over the world. She sails to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Mediterranean as well as distant ports in Asia, Australia and the South Pacific. Her small size allows her to stop at unique ports not accessible by larger cruise ships, making for unique itineraries and a one-of-a-kind cruise experience. Long days in port and a high percentage of overnight port stays give passengers the maximum opportunity to immerse themselves in the regional culture.

Designed like a boutique hotel, the Azamara Quest offers a comfortable, relaxed cruise experience with a high level of service. The friendly and cheerful staff are happy to accommodate special requests, and a private butler for suite-class guests will cater to your every need. Two specialty restaurants ensure a variety of gourmet dining options are available, and an excellent selection of spirits, beer and wine is available. With beverages, gratuities, and "AzAmazing" shore excursions included, Azamara is one of the best value-for-money all-inclusive cruise lines.


  • Ship length
    591 ft
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Decks and Staterooms

Azamara Quest deck plan

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Azamara Quest Deck 11

Azamara Quest staterooms

Interior stateroom
Oceanview stateroom
Balcony stateroom
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Deck Location : Deck 4, 8
Occupancy : 2
  • Desk
  • Safe
  • Refrigerator with minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Bathroom with shower and hair dryer
  • Television and telephone
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • High-quality bedding
Stateroom size : 161 sq ft

Azamara Quest staterooms

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Interior stateroom

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Ship information


After undergoing an extensive refurbishment in 2016, the staterooms on the Azamara Quest have been updated to include sleek, contemporary furnishings and luxuriously soft bedding. Interior staterooms start at 158 square feet and include a queen-size bed, a 40" television, a loveseat and a writing desk. Suites range from 266 square feet to more than 600 square feet and come with a variety of extra included services, including a private veranda with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, complimentary spirits in the in-room refrigerator, and an English-trained private butler who is happy to assist with your every need.

Food & Drinks

The Azamara Quest has more dining options than you might have thought possible for a ship of its size. In addition to the main dining room and the buffet, the ship also boasts two high-end specialty restaurants, a pool grill cum al fresco dinner venue, and a casual café with sandwiches and snacks. Though the specialty restaurants Aqualina and Prime C are excellent, the main dining room, Discoveries, is the star of the show. This open-seating restaurant serves an extensive multi-course menu for lunch and dinner that changes every day. Indulge in a perfectly-seared New York steak, or make a meal out of the appetizers, soups and salads. Vegetarian and kosher options are always available, and other dietary restrictions can be accommodated upon request.


The main entertainment venue on the Azamara Quest is a cabaret-style lounge featuring solo singers from your favorite Broadway musicals, opera performances, and theater shorts. Other onboard activities include educational lectures and enrichment programs, wine tasting and culinary workshops, and the popular once-per-cruise White Night parties, where guests are invited to a deck party and buffet. The highlight of every journey is the "AzAmaing Evening," held on cruises of seven days or more. In this exclusive shore excursion/entertainment program, guests are treated to an exclusive performance by local artists in an authentic setting. Whether it's a professional symphony orchestra in a European concert hall, a traditional song and dance performance by an indigenous tribe, or an acrobat show, prepare to get an insider's glimpse at the local culture that few visitors will ever see.

Facts & Figures

  • Manufactured: 2000
  • Length: 591 ft
  • Tonnage: 30277 GRT
  • Speed: 18.5 kn
  • Decks: 14
  • Max. Occupancy: 694
  • Crew: 390
  • Spoken Languages: English, English