Built at the infamous T. Mariotti shipyard in Genoa, Seabourn Quest holds the alluring charm of the unique Seabourn heritage and now is the time to explore the world’s finest ultra-luxury cruise line.
With two pool escapes, there’s always the excuse to allow yourself an indulgent afternoon or two, where you can make the most of sun drenched skies as you chat with like-minded passengers. Elsewhere on board, the relaxation continues in the Spa at Seabourn, where you can treat yourself to a tension melting Thai Massage, body wrap or let your worries fade away in the blissful hydro pool.
» Passenger capacity: 458
» Award-winning dining venues
» Two swimming pools
» Six outdoor whirlpools
» Nine-hole putting course
» Watersports marina
» Movies under the stars
There’s even a salon attached so if you’re feeling indulgent and want to treat yourself to an afternoon of pampering. Looking for something more active? Those who are looking to keep fit can do so in the state-of-the-art gym with its very own personal trainers. Perhaps you're looking to learn something new? There's always plenty of enrichment activities going on in the Grand Salon from lectures, cooking demonstrations, movies and more.
For a morning or afternoon of enrichment head for Seabourn Square. With its iconic ‘living room’ design with comfortable sofas and chairs, you can relax in here with cake and coffee in hand as you browse through the selection of books on offer. An open deck terrace is also located just aft of the Square where guests can head for a relaxing drink out on deck. The iconic “living room” style design has replaced the traditional and formal approach to a reception area and now provides a comfortable spot with a range of guest service opportunities where you can get the answers to any questions you may have.
Not only do you have an abundance of opportunities to relax and unwind on board, the signature Seabourn feature of the Marina can also be found on board. This marina is bigger and better than ever aboard Seabourn Quest with an amazing range of opportunities to enjoy. The aft of the ship folds and once deployed creates a platform from where you can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, wind surfing, jet skis and water-skiing.
Be sure to catch a sunset from out on deck or head for the Grand Salon that will host an array of production shows that will grace the stage from cabaret to comedians and classical recitals every night for an evening full of entertainment night after night. A popular spot for pre-dinner drinks and dancing to live music, The Club offers music late into the night. For late night drinks with panoramic views or drinks al fresco head to Observation Bar or the Pool Patio.
The Restaurant is the main dining venue on board and operates an open seating policy with no reservations and no fixed sittings. This delightfully elegant setting presents a stunning array of culinary creations set amongst the most prestigiously beautiful backdrop. There is nothing quite like dining with Seabourn and the range of accolades they have to show for it continue to prove this to be true. Restaurant 2 is an alternative venue and provides a more intimate setting, perfect for a romantic candlelit dinner for two with small plate tasting sessions and theme evenings at no extra charge. Alternatively, Colonnade is a dining venue spanning indoors and outdoors and provides a lavish buffet service throughout breakfast and luncheon. Here, guests can also indulge in tableside themed dinners during the evening. For casual dining fare, dine at the Patio Grill set poolside, guests can make the most of freshly baked pizzas throughout the afternoon
The Seabourn dress code concept revolves around high class luxury cruising with a casual, relaxed approach to dress. Enjoy the true holiday spirit and immerse yourselves with that feeling of really getting away from it all. Elegant casual is the predominant approach adopted, passengers are invited to dress up should they wish but this is not compulsory.