Yesterday Seabourn Quest, which is the third ship in the Seabourn’s Odyssey class, arrived into Port Everglades at Fort Lauderdale after cruising the Atlantic Ocean from Europe.
From the 23rd November 2011 Seabourn Quest will be operating 13 and 14 night cruises around the Eastern Mediterranean and the Caribbean. On the 5th January 2012 this ship will then embark on a 109 night world Cruise via South Africa, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean before ending in Venice, Italy, on the 23rd April 2012.
Seabourn Quest debuted in June 2011 and is said to be very similar to sister ships Odyssey and Sojourn featuring fantastic dining options including a main restaurant with menus designed by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, spa, 2 outdoor pools and not forget the popular Seabourn Square that includes a coffee bar and internet cafe.
Have you cruised on any of the Seabourn ships?