Seabourn Quest Information

About Seabourn Quest

Seabourn Quest occupies a unique position in its fleet. Though at first glance it may seem the same as the other Odyssey-class vessels, it is the only ice-rated Seabourn vessel. As such, it offers adventurous passengers the chance to explore some of the world's coldest regions, such as Iceland. Itineraries vary from 15 to 45-night voyages available on the 650-ft. Seabourn Quest. The 30-night ‘Iberian Harbors & Iceland’ voyage starts out in Barcelona, Spain before circling the Iberian peninsula and heading north to France, and finally, Iceland. The 30-night ‘Quest of the Midnight Sun’ also explores Iceland, Denmark and Norway. Passengers can visit the Fyrkat Viking Fortress in Aarhus, Denmark, or fly in a helicopter over the volcanic craters of Reykjavik. Seabourn Quest carries 450 passengers, with a crew of 330. All 225 cabins are designated as suites, as they have separate bedroom and living room areas, which can be divided by curtains. The room stewardesses offer a personal touch, leaving gifts like chocolate and eye masks while making up the rooms. All cabins have an interactive flat screen TVs, refrigerators, passenger's choice of wines and liquors, hair dryers and walk-in closets. There are three pools onboard, although they are rarely used when the ship is sailing through colder climates. The spa is more popular, with a wide variety of treatments on offer, including acupuncture and waxing. At night, a jazz trio and dance band provide entertainment, and there's also a small casino for guests, to complete the Seabourn cruising experience.