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Azamara Quest Boasts After Refurb

By ,   May 7, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Azamara Club Cruises finalized refurbishments to its Azamara Quest following the ship's recent dry dock in Singapore.

The vessel now boasts several enhancements, including the casino's removal, replicating “The Den” of Azamara Pursuit - a newly designed gift shop, as well as the addition of 6 new Ocean View Staterooms. The lively lounge is equipped with a piano, a lengthy bar, comfortable seating, and light “live” music in the evening. “The Den” also has a concierge desk with destination-focused travel experts. Azamara Quest’s gift shop provides an immersive shopping experience, with a variety of electronics, jewelry, perfumes, and cosmetics.

The cruise ship now offers 6 new Ocean View staterooms, port side on Deck 4. As a result, Azamara Quest can accommodate 702 passengers (previously 690). The top 10 suites and 2 specialty dining restaurants, Aqualina and Prime C, are now equipped with new furniture.

Azamara Quest cruise ship

Azamara Quest is currently sailing the line's first-ever 15-night Circle Japan Intensive Voyage. The vessel departed on April 27 and will be visiting 8 maiden ports of call, 12 altogether. Passengers will be able to dive deep into Japan and benefit from 3 late-nights and 2 overnights.

On May 25, Azamara Quest will set sail for one of her first visits to Alaska on a 10-night Alaska Intensive Voyage with highlights including Icy Strait Point and Ketchikan.