Azamara Quest 
The Quest appeals to travelers seeking an intimate, relaxed atmosphere. It is small enough to provide individualized service with a low crew-to-passenger ratio, but large enough to offer multiple dining venues which include two specialty restaurants, a main dining room and three causal venues.

Another cruise line is adding Alaska as a destination.

Azamara Quest will sail 11 Alaska cruises in 2019, marking the cruise line’s first season there. Expect late nights in port, an AzAmazing Evening and pre- and post-cruise land tour options.

Voyages range from 8 to 10 days and take place from May to September. The first departs Tokyo, Japan, on May 12, visiting Petropavlovsk, Russia; Dutch Harbor, Kodiak, Homer and Seward. Passengers will then overnight in Girdwood and spend two days in Denali before departing from Anchorage on May 31.

The 10-day voyages between Seward and Vancouver, B.C., include stops in Hubbard Glacier, Icy Strait, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway, Haines, Ketchikan and Victoria, B.C.

“Our 2019 itineraries span the world with new ports and destinations such as Alaska and go deeper than ever before into local cultures with one-of-a-kind experiences that you can’t find through local tour services. We are confident that our growing number of first-time and millennial cruisers, along with repeat customers, will find that the new itineraries offer the type of personalized and unique experiences they seek,” said Larry Pimentel, President & CEO of Azamara Club Cruises.

The Quest carries 710 passengers and a crew of 410.

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