The 11 staterooms on the Safari Quest are small, but very comfortable. All cabins have a private bath
with a terrific shower and premium toiletries. The four admiral staterooms on the bridge deck feature king, queen, or twin beds and have a sliding glass door to let in fresh air. The captain stateroom on the main deck has a window and queen-sized bed. The Safari Quest also has a single cabin on the main deck with a window. The five mariner staterooms
are on the lowest deck (the cabin deck). They also feature king, queen, or twin beds, but only have small elevated windows. Since daylight can enter, they are a little better than an inside cabin but not much. I love having a balcony or outside cabin, but on a small ship like the Safari Quest, it is not as important as on a traditional mega-ship. Even if your cabin is on the cabin deck, it's only a few steps upstairs to the main deck. We spent very little time in the cabin - just to sleep and watch a couple of movies on the nice flat panel DVD screen
One interesting fact is that since the Safari Quest is like sailing on a private yacht, the cabins do not have room keys. One less thing to keep up with, and we never felt like our belongings were insecure. The cabins can be locked from inside for privacy.
The Safari Quest has eight crew members, and our cabin was always quickly cleaned in the morning. I think one of the two hotel staff ran downstairs and immediately cleaned our cabin as soon as she saw we were up for breakfast. All the passengers loved this personal attention - a great advantage a small ship like the Safari Quest can provide.
Safari Quest Photo Galleries
Exterior Views of the Safari Quest
Activities on the Safari Quest
Photos from Tour of the Safari Quest
The next page of this article looks at the common areas and cuisine of the ship.
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