Carrying just 450 guests, the Seabourn Quest is the newest addition to the award winning Seabourn fleet. However she still retains the intimate and relaxed atmosphere of her sister ships and offers the highest levels of service. Guests will experience Seabourn’s innovative “Seabourn Square”, which replaces the conventional reception lobby with an inviting lounge area filled with comfortable furnishings. Guests also have access to the lines signature water sports marina, an open bar, four restaurants and many more inviting areas, including an 11,400 square feet spa – the largest on any ultra-luxury cruise ship.
Theatre, Casino, Card Room, Constellation Lounge. Magellan Lounge
Aerobics/Yoga, Gym, Water sports Marina
Food & drink
3 x Bars, Grill & Café, 2 x Restaurants
Medical Centre, Business Centre
2 x Outdoor Pools
6 x Whirlpools
Celebrity chef Charlie Palmer has created the menus onboard The Yachts of Seabourn cruises and, in the last 13 years, they have been awarded the International Five Star Diamond Award as a result. Condé Nast Traveler’s readers also awarded them the Top Cruise Line Food title in 2007.
The open-seating gourmet restaurant serves Charlie Palmer’s food in an elegant setting. Most evenings require men to wear jackets, but some nights might be black tie.
This avant-garde dining room serves specially selected wine and small plates of food together, for a sophisticated taste.
This indoor and outdor restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an open kitchen, so that guests can see the chefs prepare each dish, while dinner each night follows a different theme.
The casual, al fresco, dining option is always open for lunch on the top deck and some evenings – when it serves steak and lobster.
Order around the clock, whatever you fancy. During dining hours, meals can be served course by course.
There’s plenty to do onboard a Seabourn cruise – meet experts, celebrities and chefs in the Dress Circle enrichment programme, compete in golf putting competitions in the Sky Bar, learn to tango or enjoy a game of bridge. When in port you can use the ship’s built in marina to go snorkelling, windsurfing, kayaking and waterskiing, straight from the ship. And in secluded bays, guests can enjoy a lavish beach party, with fresh grilled seafood and caviar.
In the evenings, catch the sunset from the Sky Bar, then head to the lounge to enjoy a little rhythm from the six-piece combo, r just enjoy an exquisite dinner in one of the gourmet restaurants. The Observation lounge is where guests swap tales of previous adventures, to the sounds of a classical guitar. And if Lady Luck is travelling with you, why not head to the casino for a hand of blackjack?
Later, the lounge will be hosting comedians or a Broadway Revue, while the more energetic may head for the club to dance the night away while a live band plays along. On special evenings, when the stars are clear, guests can enjoy a movie under the stars, or a flambéed dessert, and if the captain has turned out the ship’s lights the true splendour of the night sky will reveal itself.
Special cruises offer guests the chance to meet and learn from experts in the arts, politics, cooking, literature and broadcasting.