This is the third of Seabourn Cruise Line’s Odyssey-class ships, completing the line’s multimillion-dollar investment in new luxury vessels. A carbon copy of her siblings, Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn, Seabourn Quest boasts the same styling and sleek lines, with spacious decks, big-ship facilities in a yacht-like space, and that high-service level for which Seabourn is well known. Highlights include all-inclusive fares (exclusive of spa treatments, excursions and several other onboard services), all-suite accommodations, a diversity of culinary options headed up by the legendary chef Charlie Palmer, and many design innovations. Among them are Seabourn Square, the “living room” concept that replaces the traditional ship’s lobby, two swimming pools, added open-deck space and a lavish two-deck spa with a thermal area, state-of-the-art gym and cabanas. Of her accommodations, Seabourn Quest also has a Grand Wintergarden Suite, the largest in Seabourn's fleet at 1,097 square feet, with features including two verandas and a glass-enclosed solarium with a bathtub and a daybed.