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Seabourn Quest deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Seabourn Quest deck 4

  • “The Restaurant” is the Quest ship’s main dining room (accessible by the 4 aft elevators) serving open-seating breakfast, lunch and dinner. The best features of The Restaurant are the award-winning cuisine, the luxury dining amenities and the stylish decor with alabaster walls, classy draperies and crystal chandeliers. The dining room’s dress code is “elegant casual” (most evenings) and optional “formal” (on special nights).
  • Aft on Deck 4 is positioned the ship’s Galley/Kitchen (food cooking and preparation facilities).
  • Instead of a traditional Atrium Lobby, Seabourn Quest has a “living room”-like lobby also serving as lounge (small seating) area. Its central enclave houses individual Concierge Desks for information and guests assistance.
  • Cruise suites from 408 to 433 (accessible by the 2 forward elevators) in the Oceanview Suite categories: A-forward (#408 is handicapped, by the lifts) and A1 (some of them can be converted into double suites).