Azamara Quest deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

Azamara Quest deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Azamara Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the Azamara Quest cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Azamara Quest staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

Azamara Quest (built 2000, acquired 2007, last refurbished 2016) is the second of three same-design R-class Azamara cruise ships – together with the fleetmates Azamara Journey and Azamara Pursuit. The ship was built for Renaissance cruise lines under the name R Seven (2000 to 2003). Later she was operated by the Delphin Seereisen line as Delphin Renaissance (between 2003 to 2006). Next she enters the fleet of Pullmantur Cruises as Blue Moon (from 2006 to 2007, when joined Azamara's fleet). To this class (same as design) also belong the following ships in the fleets of: Oceania (Insignia, Nautica, Regatta, Sirena) and Princess (Pacific Princess.

Azamara Quest cruise ship deck plan has a total of 355 staterooms for 686 passengers (max capacity is 781 guests), served by 410 crew/staff. The ship has 9 passenger decks, 4 restaurants, 5 lounges and bars, 2 pools (one in the Spa), 2 jacuzzies, 4 elevators, self-serve launderette (Deck 7). There are no dedicated kids or teen areas (clubs, play rooms) or special programming. Occasionally, mainly during summer or on holiday itineraries when there are 25 or more kids booked, for the duration of the cruise Royal Caribbean (RCI) provides the ship with a professional youth counselor.

The Azamara Cruises Quest is a top luxury ship with all-inclusive fares. Azamara Club cruise prices include the following drinks and services (complimentary throughout the voyage):

  • Alcohol (a selection of 30+ standard spirits, incl schnapps, whiskies, bourbons, vodkas, rums, gins, brandy, liqueurs), cocktails (a selection of 30 long drinks), beers (Budweiser, Bud Light, Beck’s), locally sourced boutique wines by the glass (1 red and 1 white each day throughout the voyage), bottled water, soda / soft beverages, specialty coffees-teas
  • Staff tipping (gratuities)
  • Room Service (professional butler service for all Suite passengers, and concierge service for the lower grades accommodations)
  • Self-service launderette (laundry room /Deck 7)
  • Shuttle transfers from/to ship
  • “Azamara TV” onboard TV program, daily newsletter listing onboard activities and events, and the lounges’ programmes.

Azamara Quest deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review

The ship's last drydock refurbishment (April 1-22, done in Singapore) resulted in the following deck plan changes:

  • The ship’s old dark interior decor (woods, carpets, upholstery) was changed with a lighter scheme with muted tones of beige, brown, gray, ecru (light greyish-yellowish brown).
  • Large touch screen displays were installed in several areas around the ship. They allow passengers (for free) to send digital postcards, explore world atlas maps and also provide Azamara Cruises itineraries and ports of call information.
  • Two new Club Spa Suites were built in the place of the eConnections (computer room, located portside on Lido Deck 9). Also on deck 9 was added The Patio (outdoor grill / BBQ restaurant).
  • On Deck 10 was added The Living Room (forward-location observation lounge & bar, disco nightclub) replacing the Looking Glass Lounge.
  • Many public areas were re-furnished (incl Looking Glass, Patio Grill, Sunset Bar).
  • Upgrades and renovations received the restaurants Prime C, Aqualina, Windows Cafe (buffet). The Sanctum Spa (formerly Astral Spa) complex was re-designed and expanded.
  • All cabins and suites were renovated with new carpeting and wall covers, fabrics, furniture, shelving, curtains, luxury bedding sets (pillows, duvets), new lighting and flat TVs (interactive system). All staterooms were upgraded with bigger coffee tables. Bathrooms were redesigned to be more space-efficient. Quality wood elements were used throughout all staterooms. Additionally, all high-grade Suites were updated with new modern furniture, dining tables, drapes, media consoles and sound systems.
  • There was a plan the Lido Deck’s Sunset Bar (aft on deck 9) to be replaced by a new specialty restaurant (named Kibo) with Asian-themed cuisine. However, the line later decided to keep the popular day bar and only to upgrade it. The refurbishment’s plans for the Asian restaurant plus an outside seating area for the Windows Cafe (buffet restaurant) were officially cancelled.
  • The onboard Wi-Fi coverage will be upgraded to shipwide (via “Pervasive Wi-Fi” system).
  • The new Interactive TV system (in all cabins) offers movies on demand, live TV programming, onboard event schedules, weather updates, itinerary/port information. The system also allows shore excursion booking through the TV, as well as room service ordering.
  • The ship's 2016 drydock refurbishment project cost USD 25 million.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 03 - Tender

    Azamara Quest Deck 03 - Tender
  • Deck 04 - Lobby

    Azamara Quest Deck 04 - Lobby
  • Deck 05 - Promenade-Dining

    Azamara Quest Deck 05 - Promenade-Dining
  • Deck 06

    Azamara Quest Deck 06
  • Deck 07

    Azamara Quest Deck 07
  • Deck 08 - Bridge

    Azamara Quest Deck 08 - Bridge
  • Deck 09 - Lido-Pool-Spa

    Azamara Quest Deck 09 - Lido-Pool-Spa
  • Deck 10 - Sports-Restaurants

    Azamara Quest Deck 10 - Sports-Restaurants
  • Deck 11 - Sun

    Azamara Quest Deck 11 - Sun

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