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Seabourn Quest Cabin #645


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Seabourn Quest Veranda Suite #645

Stateroom #645 on the Seabourn Quest is a Veranda Suite, Category V5

Seabourn Quest (c) Linda Garrison
The 450-guest Seabourn Quest is Seabourn Cruises' newest ship, having been launched in the summer of 2011. Her cabins and suites are identical to her two older sisters, the Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn.

I sailed for a week in the Mediterranean from Rome to Athens on the Seabourn Quest and wasn't surprised that I loved this small luxury ship as much as I did when I sailed a different Mediterranean itinerary on the Seabourn Odyssey three years ago.

Our cabin on the Seabourn Quest was #645, which is a standard veranda suite, category V5. Seabourn classifies this cabin as a suite because there is a set of drapes dividing the sleeping and sitting areas, but this spacious stateroom is basically all in one room. The 365-square-foot (34 square meters) veranda cabin on this luxury ship is much more spacious than what is found on mainstream cruise ships. The standard amenities found on all Seabourn Quest cabins include the following:

  • Queen-size bed or two twin beds
  • Dining table for two
  • Walk-in closet
  • Interactive flat-screen television
  • Fully stocked bar and refrigerator
  • Makeup vanity
  • Spacious bathroom with separate tub and shower
In addition, the verandas (balconies) on cabins/suites are floored in teak and have a teak railing above the glass panel connecting the floor and railing.

The seven photos following this one provide more details on the Seabourn Quest veranda cabins. First, let's take a look at the sitting area in the cabin.

Seabourn Quest Veranda Cabin Tour - Category V5

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