Seabourn’s newest cruise ship, the Seabourn Quest was built in 2010 and her 225 guest suites can accommodate 450 passengers in some of the most luxurious settings afloat today. While still extolling Seaborne’s distinctive brand of intimate elegance, her larger size allows space for added amenities. With Seabourn Quest’s guest suites varying in size from the 275 square foot Seabourn Suite, to the Grand Wintergarden Suite measuring in at an extremely comfortable 1189 square feet you have a vast array of choices on a Seabourn cruise. All suites feature a separate living area, queen size bed or twin configuration, walk in closets with personal safe, spacious baths with shower and tub, interactive flat screen TV sets, fully stocked wet bars, large vanities and personal stationery. Several of the larger configurations offer dining areas for from four to six people, along with two full bathrooms. Nearly every suite offers a private veranda. As always, a personal suite stewardess is available 24 hours a day to tend to your every need.
There are four restaurants onboard offering open seating, along with six open bars and lounges. As always, aboard Seaborn, cruise guests are afforded an all- inclusive host of complementary fine wines and premium spirits throughout the ship. The Seabourn Quest’s size allows for more innovative activities from the two swimming pools, to the comfortable Seabourn Square, where you can sit back and relax with specialty coffees, catch up on your reading in the library lounge or follow the latest world news in the computer center. For those who enjoy the luxury of being pampered, and who doesn’t ?, you can escape to the intimacy of the two deck “Spa at Seabourn”. Relax with a comforting massage, a facial or a body wrap. The entire staff is fully prepared to move both your body and soul to a state of pure contentment.
Welcome aboard and let your imagination freely roam as you enjoy the sumptuous feeling of private yachting.