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Seabourn Quest - Ship Review provided by Cruise Critic

First Glimpse

Seabourn Quest, the third ship in the Seabourn's Odyssey class, debuted in June 2011. Largely identical to its siblings, Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn, the ship feels much larger than its 32,000-ton, 450-passenger statistics would imply. It's got a vast spa, numerous dining venues, spacious pool and sun lounging areas, and the popular Seabourn Square -- a combination coffee bar, Internet cafe, library and lounging area.

Like all ships in the Seabourn fleet, Quest has an in-stern marina. On certain days when the ship is at anchor, passengers can engage in activities such as kayaking, and water skiing, and enjoy adventurous banana boat rides.

During its first six months in service, Quest will divide its time between the Eastern Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In January 2012, the ship will kick off a 109-night world cruise.

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