Seabourn Quest

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Cruises on board the Seabourn Quest

The Seabourn Quest, the third sister ship of the Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn, was launched in 2011. Travel the world in a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Ship length
    198 m
  • Passengers
    450
  • Decks
    10
  • Launched
    2011

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Decks and Cabins

Seabourn Quest deck plan


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Seabourn Quest cabins


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Deck Location : 6, 7, & 8
Occupancy : 2
Amenities:
  • Large comfortable living area
  • Spacious bathroom with separate tub and shower
  • Walk-in closet
  • Interactive flat-screen television with music and movies
  • Wi-Fi and cell phone access
  • In-suite bar stocked according to your preferences
  • Personal stewardess
  • Welcome champagne and canapes
  • Vanity
  • Dining table for two
  • Personalised stationery
  • 24-hour complimentary room service
  • Fine soaps such as L’Occitane and exclusive Therapies bath products by Molton Brown, London
Cabin size : 61m²-88m²

Seabourn Quest cabins


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Ship Information

Cabins:

The cabins on board the Seabourn Quest are all luxuriously decorated and have plenty making them a real home at sea. As with all Seabourn ships, most of the suites boast a private balcony where you can eat breakfast or just relax with a fantastic view of the sea. What makes Seabourn extra special are details such as fine cotton sheets, extra fluffy towels, granite bathrooms and large panoramic window. Guests in Penthouse Spa suite will also enjoy entry to the Spa Serene area, a second in-suite bar with healthy snack and drinks, as well as a full sized Molton Brown bath.

Food and Drink:

Fine food and dining are a huge part of your experience in the Seabourn Quest. “The Restaurant” offers cutting edge French-America cuisine inspired by chef Thomas Keller. It offers a more formal experience with exquisite food and beautiful surroundings. For something less formal but just as delicious, you should head to the Colonnade. Here you’ll find both lavish buffets and table service in a more relaxed setting. You’ll fine homestyle American dished with a touch of refine such as Clam bake and BBQ ribs. For special occasions or if you just feel like treating yourself, then “The Grill” is for you. Here you’ll find high end dining and an extensive wine and cocktail menu. Reservation end 15 days before the embarkment so make sure to get in touch with us early if you’d like to book a table.

Entertainment and Activities:

Onboard the Seabourn Quest you’ll find endless entertainment. Unique to Seabourn is “An Evening with Tim Rice” which is personally narrated by the musical star and guests will enjoy highlights from his most popular works. The stars of the show are also renowned stars of the West End and Broadway. Seabourn Conversations are also a unique opportunity to listen to guest lecture on a range of different topics. From leading chefs, to explorers, scholars, and performers, cruise guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the things they are already passionate about or discover a new hobby at sea.

Wellness and Sport:

Sized at 1,000 square meters and stretched out over two decks, The Spa is one of the most popular areas on the Quest for guests to relax and unwind. Plan your individual wellness programme with the help of the professional staff. Spend your day having massages, body wraps and other beauty therapies, or findyour balance between body and mind with yoga and Pilates classes. Enjoy the steam room and sauna or go up to the terrace, where you will find a pool and two whirlpools. On the deck, you can play golf or shuffleboard. A special highlight is the retractable water sports marina. It provides a platform to go windsurfing, water skiing, banana boating, kayaking and pedal boating. In addition, the marina is protected by stainless steel meshes, making it possible to swim safely in the sea.

Dress Code:

During the day casual clothing is recommended. For evening wear, casually elegant outfits are most appropriate. For the optional formal nights, it is recommended that men wear a tuxedo and women wear a cocktail dress. On these evenings, jeans are not allowed in the lounges or restaurants. Depending on your destination, choice of clothing varies for shore excursions.

Note to passengers travelling with children:

Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a person over 21 years to take a cruise on the Seabourn Quest.

Ship Data:

  • Commissioned: 2011
  • Length: 198 m
  • Number of decks: 10
  • Passengers: 450
  • Crew: 330
  • Language on board: English
  • Board currency: USD