The Seabourn Quest is an all-suite, all-Ocean View ship, and 90% of suites come with a private balcony. All suites come with a flatscreen TV, a fully-stocked refrigerator, dining tables, walk-in closets, and round-the-clock complimentary room service. Upgrade to a Penthouse Suite for an even more spacious living space, measuring up at 436 square feet – plus a 98-square-foot balcony and a bathtub – or book an innovative Penthouse Spa Suite for complimentary spa access, a second refrigerator full of healthy juices and snacks, and spa products and amenities in your luxurious private bath.
Dining & Gastronomy
The ship's four main dining venues offer passengers a variety of delectable dishes to keep passengers satisfied throughout the course of their cruise. The star of the show is The Grill, a collaboration with Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller. The intimate venue serves up gourmet takes on classic American steakhouse dishes such as lobster, veal, and macaroni and cheese. The Colonnade on deck 8 and The Patio next to the pool both serve casual, buffet-style fare, and the main dining room, The Restaurant, serves sumptuous multicourse dinners with several vegetarian and gluten free options, plus an excellent selection of fine wines.
Entertainment and Activities
On the Seabourn Quest, the destinations take center stage, with a variety of shore excursions offering unique experiences for adventurous passengers. Experience a local food market through the eyes of a culinary master with Shopping with the Chef. Book a covetable Discovery Tour, which typically involves exclusive access to famous areas, or look for a tour that visits a UNESCO world heritage site. The most unique shore excursions, Ventures by Seabourn, are also the most adventurous. You'll launch off the ship in an inflatable Zodiac or sea kayak where a knowledgeable guide will bring you up close with some of the most stunning nature on earth – no experience necessary.
The daytime dress code on the Quest is a bit more casual than on other Seabourn ships – think resort casual rather than country club casual. Be sure to dress for the weather of whichever destination you're visiting. After 6:00 p.m., an elegant-formal dress code applies, and slacks, shirts, sweaters, or dresses are expected in all public areas. Once per week a Formal Night takes place, where men should wear a suit and dinner jacket or tuxedo, and women are expected to wear an evening gown, cocktail dress, or skirt or slacks with a nice top.