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 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.