Seabourn Quest

Very Expensive Small SET SAIL 2011
The Seabourn Singers and Dancers in Broadway-style revues
Daily variations on regionally themed menus at the Colonnade
Expert-led Antarctic excursions with insightful staff talks
Enjoying the panoramic view of Seabourn Square
An all ocean-view suite layout

With a myriad of outdoor space and terraces — the spa, multiple restaurants and majority of suites have access to the outdoors — Seabourn Quest is ideal for warm-weather cruising. Yet the nimble cruise ship, with fewer than 450 passengers typically in tow, is sturdily built to navigate the rough waters of the Antarctic too, earning it, in part, its reputation as an expedition cruise. Longer, three to four week sailings make it a favorite of fifty and sixty-somethings looking to relax in luxury while seeing the world.

Seabourn Quest OVERVIEW

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.  

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Seabourn Quest offers transatlantic cruises in the spring, repositions to the Mediterranean for the summer, when it sails to ports like St. Tropez and Monte Carlo, and wraps up the year in South America and Antarctica, making multiple stops in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.