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  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Owners_Suite-3 - The Owners Suites on board Seabourn Quest are spacious, with a separate bedroom, a private and guest bathroom, dining for four, a full wet bar, and a full length window and door that opens onto the private veranda. This suite also offers complimentary wi-fi.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Penhouse_Suite-2 - All Penthouse Suites on Seabourn Quest offer a dinning area, private veranda, fully stocked bar, and more.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Signature_Suite-2 - The Signature Suite on Seabourn Quest lets you spread out. It has a dining area that fits six people, a private bedroom and bathroom with a large whirlpool tub, a stocked pantry and wet bar, and complimentary wi-fi.
  • Seabourn_Wintergarden_Suite - The exceptional Wintergarden Suite has a private glassed-in Solarium with a soaking tub and a lounging bed. It also features a veranda that's bowed out, giving wonderful views of the side of the ship.
  • Seabourn_Veranda_Suite - Measuring about 365 square feet, all Veranda Suites feature a full-length window and glass door to a private veranda, comfortable living area, queen-size bed or two twin beds, dining table for two, walk-in closet, interactive flat-screen TV and more.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Ocean_View_Suite - The Ocean View Suites on Seabourn Odyssey, Sojourn, and Quest feature a spacious living room with dinning area for two, your choice of beds, a fully stocked bar and refriderator, and an interactive media center.
  • Seabourn_Music_and_Dancing_on_Deck-2 - Sway to the music and feel the sea breeze while dancing on the deck of Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Quest_and_crew - The Seabourn Quest crew poses on the bow of the ship.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Spa_Terrace-1 - Yearning for a best-in-class whirlpool? The Spa Terrace aboard Seabourn Quest is a private area for spa aficionados.
  • Seabourn_Observation_Bar - Panoramic views greet guests as they gather for early morning risers' coffee and tea in the Observation Bar on Seabourn Quest.
  • Captain_and_Guests_The_Restaurant_Seabourn - Enjoy delectable food, chat with the captain of your Seabourn ship and take in the fine dining ambiance of The Restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • Seabourn_excursion_Europe - A shore excursion in Northern Europe is sure to satisfy any traveler interested in learning about European cultures and peoples.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Pool_Deck-3 - Get some sun, enjoy a cool dip in the pool and occasional live music on the spacious Pool Deck on Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_The_Colonnade_2-2 - Watch the sunset on the outside deck by dining at the Colonnade aboard Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Quest_aerial - Seabourn Quest at sea.
  • Seabourn_Watersports_Marina-1 - Get wet and have fun on your Seabourn cruise's Marina. Whether it's sailing, scooting around in a paddleboat or swimming at the pool, these activities are complimentary.
  • Spa_at_Seabourn_Kneipp_Walk - Try the Kneipp Walk in the Spa at Seabourn, a soothing water therapy system with alternating baths of cold and warm water that provides  healing remedies designed to enhance circulation.
  • Seabourn_Quest_aerial_2 - Seabourn Quest at sea.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Signature_Suite-2 - The Signature Suite on Seabourn Quest lets you spread out. It has a dining area that fits six people, a private bedroom and bathroom with a large whirlpool tub, a stocked pantry and wet bar, and complimentary wi-fi.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Owners_Suite-3 - The Owners Suites on board Seabourn Quest are spacious, with a separate bedroom, a private and guest bathroom, dining for four, a full wet bar, and a full length window and door that opens onto the private veranda. This suite also offers complimentary wi-fi.
  • Seabourn_Quest_front_view - Seabourn Quest poses for her closeup.
  • seabourn-quest-in-baltic-sea.jpg - The 450-passenger Seabourn Quest in the Baltic Sea.
  • Seabourn_Quest_aerial_2 - Seabourn Quest at sea.
  • Seabourn_Swimming_Pool_at_Sunrise-1 - Witness the sunrise from the expansive Pool Deck on board Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Spa_Terrace-1 - Yearning for a best-in-class whirlpool? The Spa Terrace aboard Seabourn Quest is a private area for spa aficionados.
  • Spa_at_Seabourn_Kneipp_Walk - Try the Kneipp Walk in the Spa at Seabourn, a soothing water therapy system with alternating baths of cold and warm water that provides  healing remedies designed to enhance circulation.
  • Seabourn-Grand-Salon - Catch high-quality entertainment on stage at the Grand Salon on Seabourn Odyssey.
  • Seabourn_Quest_aerial - Seabourn Quest at sea.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_The_Colonnade_2-2 - Watch the sunset on the outside deck by dining at the Colonnade aboard Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_al_fresco_dining - Take advantage of al fresco dining aboard a Seabourn ship, day or night.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_The_Colonnade-2 - The Colonnade serves regionally themed, bistro-style meals in a casual yet stylish setting aboard Seabourn Quest. It's open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_The_Colonnade_chef - Watch the chef cook right before your eyes during dinner at The Colonnade during your Seabourn sailing.
  • Seabourn_The_Restaurant_SU6 - The Restaurant features a wide variety of dishes prepared to your order by veteran chefs. The venue serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on an open-seating basis, inviting Seabourn guests to dine when, 
where and with whom they wish. (Note: Casual jeans are discouraged in The Restaurant after 6 pm.)
  • Seabourn_Colonnade_food-2 - Hungry? Head to the Colonnade, a casual restaurantt on Seabourn Quest, where you can dine when and with whom you'd like.
  • Captain_and_Guests_The_Restaurant_Seabourn - Enjoy delectable food, chat with the captain of your Seabourn ship and take in the fine dining ambiance of The Restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Pool_Deck-3 - Get some sun, enjoy a cool dip in the pool and occasional live music on the spacious Pool Deck on Seabourn Quest.
  • The_Club_S2T - Mingle and make new friends in The Club aboard your Seabourn sailing.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Spa_Terrace-1 - Yearning for a best-in-class whirlpool? The Spa Terrace aboard Seabourn Quest is a private area for spa aficionados.
  • Seabourn_Swimming_Pool_at_Sunrise-1 - Witness the sunrise from the expansive Pool Deck on board Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Grand_Salon - The Grand Salon on the Seaboun Quest hosts varied shows and performances — you're sure to find something to enjoy.
  • Seabourn_Sky_Bar - One of the features that sets Seabourn apart is its open bars throughout the ship. Meet, mingle and make friends with people in an environment where no one has to pick up the tab.
  • Seabourn_Sky_Bar_bartender-3 - At the Sky Bar on Seabourn Quest, you'll find open air drinking, entertainment and attentive bartenders.
  • Seabourn_Observation_Bar_piano - Enjoy pre-dinner and after dinner music played on the piano at the Observation Bar aboard Seabourn cruises.
  • Seabourn_The_Boutique - You'll find a wide range of fashions and accessories in Seabourn's The Boutique. Bring back a gift or shop for yourself.
  • Seabourn_Sky_Bar_bartender_2 - Look forward to a cocktail expertly prepared by the bartender at Seabourn's Sky Bar.
  • Captain_on_deck_Sky_Bar_Seabourn - Catch the Seabourn ship captain interacting with guests over at the Sky Bar, a place for fun conversations, great views and cool drinks.
  • Spa_Villa_massage - Relax through the ultimate massage experience at one of Seabourn's private Spa Villas, at the hands of well-trained staff.
  • Welcome_champagne_Seabourn - You'll be welcomed with a smile and complimentary glasses of champagne upon arriving for your Seabourn cruise.
  • Spa_at_Seabourn_Kneipp_Walk - Try the Kneipp Walk in the Spa at Seabourn, a soothing water therapy system with alternating baths of cold and warm water that provides  healing remedies designed to enhance circulation.
  • Seabourn_Observation_Bar - Panoramic views greet guests as they gather for early morning risers' coffee and tea in the Observation Bar on Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Fitness_Center - Fitness centers on each of Seaborn's vessels host high performance Technogym equipment, complimentary classes and personal trainers who can design a fitness and diet plan to help you meet your health and fitness needs.
  • Seabourn_Kinesis_System - Keep in shape with the Kinesis System at the full-service Fitness Center on your Seabourn sailing.
  • Seabourn_Coffee_Bar - Enjoy your mornings at the coffee bar aboard your Seabourn cruise.
  • Seabourn_Square - Seabourn Square replaces the traditional reception lobby with a more welcoming, "living-room-style" lounge. There you can recieve help from any of the Guest Services specialists, enjoy a good book on one of the  sofas and have a cup of specialty coffee.
  • Seabourn_Odyssey_Sojourn_Quest_Pool_Deck_2-2 - Lounge in the sun or swim laps on the pool deck of Seabourn Quest.
  • Seabourn_Watersports_Marina-1 - Get wet and have fun on your Seabourn cruise's Marina. Whether it's sailing, scooting around in a paddleboat or swimming at the pool, these activities are complimentary.
  • Peterhof-Palace-and-Grand-Cascade-St-Petersburg - Grand Peterhof Palace and the Grand Cascade in St. Petersburg, Russia.
  • Seabourn_excursion_Europe - A shore excursion in Northern Europe is sure to satisfy any traveler interested in learning about European cultures and peoples.
  • Chef_at_fish_market - Watch the Seabourn cruise chef pick from a good selection of fresh catches of the day at the Fish Market.
  • Seabourn_Watersports_Marina_3 - Splash around at Seabourn Quest's Marina.

Seabourn Quest: Pinnacle of stylish, sophisticated cruising

Snapshot

The sleek and sexy Seabourn Quest is one of the most beautiful, elegant luxury ships at sea, along with her sister ships Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn. The trio of small luxury ships provides sophisticated, serene sailings to some of the most remarkable destinations in the world.

 
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Guests are treated to suite-size staterooms, impeccably well-kept decks and public spaces, thoughtful amenities such as cold towels and sunscreen proffered on deck, eyeglass cleaners, free poolside mini-massages and exceptional service from the crew.

Seabourn Quest, still feeling brand new (she launched in 2011), can carry up to 450 guests, who climb on board to enjoy adventurous itineraries, gorgeous public rooms and spacious private verandas in 90 percent of her suites. Whatever ocean she plies or ports she docks at, the Quest carries with her a bevy of award-winning dining venues that are comparable to top-tier restaurants in major cities.  

Who will like sailing on Seabourn Quest

Seabourn Quest appeals to well-seasoned travelers looking for fine food, seamless service and a laid-back ambience. Guests can dine when they want, enjoy an all-inclusive fare (where they don't have to sign a tab every time they have a drink) and appreciate nice touches such as shuttle service to town in most ports. As with all luxury lines, the cost is higher, but if you're looking for a memorable, world-class vacation experience, Seabourn Quest is one of the elite cruise ships in the world. 

Where Seabourn Quest sails

Seabourn Quest sails in and around the Caribbean, Europe, South America and Antarctica. Itineraries range from a week to more than a month. Some of the most popular destinations that this ship visits include Chile, Italy, Brazil and Spain.

Ratings & awards

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  • Best Small Ship, Porthole Magazine Readers' Choice Awards (2013, 2015)
    Top 20 Small Cruise Ships, Conde Nast Traveler (2014)
    Top Small Ship, Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards (2013)

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Cruises on this ship

Here's a 6-minute video about Seabourn Quest's expeditions to Antarctica.

Top highlights on Seabourn Quest

Here are some of the highlights on Seabourn Quest during my recent cruise:

  • The Observation Bar, where passengers gather before and after dinner to enjoy drinks from entertaining mixologists such as Martin
  • The luxurious Spa and Sanctuary (the latter is offered for a fee, which on a 15-day cruise was $300 per couple)
  • The à la minute cuisine in the restaurants, served direct from the galley with no time under heat lamps
  • The exceptional service from all crew members we encountered
  • The Seabourn Square, the hub of the ship, where passengers go for free specialty coffees prepared by ace baristas as well as to use the Internet and take out books to read.
  • I also appreciated the respectful atmosphere. Passengers aren't startled by  announcements from the cruise director. The only time you hear one is when the captain does his noon report or in case of an emergency (of which there were none).
Yearning for a best-in-class whirlpool? Head to the Spa Terrace.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LineYearning for a best-in-class whirlpool? Head to the Spa Terrace.

Where I went & what I loved

The Caribbean/Amazon cruise I took with my first mate Richard in November 2015 began in Fort Lauderdale, with glorious tropical stops in St. Barts, where we did our usual routine of grabbing towels and water and heading to Shell Beach for some snorkeling and swimming. We also stopped in Barbados, Jost Van Dyke, Devil's Island and Terre-de-Haut before hitting the Brazilian ports of Santarem and Parintins and arriving at the mouth of the Amazon where we witnessed the meeting of the waters (an awesome phenomenon).

The Quest overnighted in Manaus, capital of the state of Amazonas, where we had a delightful experience shopping with chef Lang in the local market for fish, fruit and vegetables. Our disembarkation in Manaus was Seabourn seamless but sad — we hated to leave. We'd made many friends on board and we loved the crew.  But we hopped into a comfortable van and were whisked off to the airport.

Top dining options

During our voyage, the dining experience was first rate, especially the fish, steaks and even the hamburgers on deck, which were a cut above the usual for a ship. On many of the 300-plus cruises we've taken, we've skipped the main dining room in favor of a specialty restaurant or to dine in our stateroom. Not this time.

The Restaurant features a wide variety of dishes prepared to your order.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LineThe Restaurant features a wide variety of dishes prepared to your order.

The Restaurant

We dined in The Restaurant, the main dining venue, because we were able to get a table for two, the service was fantastic and we quickly discovered that the food was the best yet of any of the six Seabourn cruises we'd taken. The Restaurant serves multi-course breakfasts, lunches and dinners in a refined setting of white linens, sheer draperies and crystal chandeliers. Menus emphasize high-quality, fresh ingredients and dishes are presented in creative ways. 

Restaurant 2

We found Restaurant 2, which features small-plate tasting menus each night, a bit too clever and creative for our tastes. However, rumors on board flew that super chef Thomas Keller will be creating menus for the ship and possibly a signature restaurant that will take over for Restaurant 2. And indeed, those speculations have been confirmed. According to a Seabourn spokeswoman, during the first part of 2016 Restaurant 2 will become a Thomas Keller signature dining venue with a new look and new menus created by the celebrity chefs who runs two of the most popular restaurants in the world, Per Se in New York and the French Laundry in Napa Valley. Can't wait! 

Watch the chef cook right before your eyes during dinner at The Colonnade.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LineWatch the chef cook right before your eyes during dinner at The Colonnade.

The Colonnade

Located aft on deck 8, The Colonnade is a more casual indoor/outdoor option serving  station-style buffet breakfasts and lunches. Dinners in the Colonnade include regionally themed menus prepared in the open kitchen and served at the table. We loved it as a change of pace during our 15-day sailing. 

Patio Grill

We also liked the Patio Grill, casual alternative dining option that offers poolside dining for luncheons and dinners, as well as freshly baked pizzas from its on-site oven all afternoon. During the cruise the crew puts on fun deck parties with barbecues and buffets, lots of Champagne and caviar, served right in the pool by tuxedo-clad waiters.

Room service is available direct from the restaurants during regular dining hours and from a limited menu for 24 hours. I highly recommend taking advantage of balcony dining outside your suite. There's nothing like dining in private under a starry sky breathing fresh sea air and sipping wine or Champagne or both.

Note: Festive beach barbecues are frequent highlights on the Quest's warm-water cruises, with lavish steak-and-seafood grills. 

Try the Kneipp Walk in the Spa at Seabourn, a soothing water therapy system with alternating baths of cold and warm water.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LineTry the Kneipp Walk in the Spa at Seabourn, a soothing water therapy system with alternating baths of cold and warm water.

Activities

The folks who sail on the Quest are pretty much content to lay back in a chaise or sit in the Square. While there is shuffleboard and a 9-hole golf putting green at the Retreat (deck 11), we never saw anyone using them with the exception of Richard, who took a few swings.

Some other activities on board: 

  • The Spa at Seabourn (deck 9 aft): The largest spa facility on any luxury cruise ship, with six treatment rooms, this spa features a thermal area with a large hydro-pool, dry float, sauna and steam rooms, a full-service salon, well-equipped gym and a motion studio featuring a Kinesis Wall and Thai massage area.
  • The Shops at Seabourn (deck 7 midship): The shops were rarely crowded and prices are pretty steep even though they areduty-free (though passengers likely can well afford the price tags). You'll find lots of Seabourn shield-emblazoned logo wear, some fashion items, cosmetics, fragrances and luxury designer goods. The Collection offers a curated selection of fine watches and jewelry.
  • Card Room (deck 7 midship): This well-used room sits next to the main staircase on port side. Passengers play bridge, board games, puzzles and make use of a large-screen setup for Wii electronic games.
  • Grand Salon (deck 6 aft): This is a truly stunning showroom where evening entertainment, lectures, cooking demonstrations (the one by chef Andreas Lang we attended was exceptional) and occasional movies. One highlight of our cruise was an Elton John impersonator who brought down the house.  
  • The Casino (deck 5 midship): While the gaming room is open throughout the day when the ship is at sea and in evenings, it saw little traffic during our cruise save for a couple of steadfast slot players and a regular table of blackjack players. There is also a roulette and poker table. 

Of note: Seabourn Quest does not have a retractable marina for water sports. 

Panoramic views greet guests as they gather for early morning risers' coffee and tea in the Observation Bar on Seabourn Quest.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LinePanoramic views greet guests as they gather for early morning risers' coffee and tea in the Observation Bar on Seabourn Quest.

Bars & lounges

  • Observation Bar (deck 10 forward): Early Riser's Coffee and Tea is served every morning in this stunning round lounge with a square bar and panoramic views.  But the fun begins at about 5 pm when regulars crowd the bar to watch Martin, a smiling Irish chap with sparkling eyes, perform his martini magic (and other concoctions). Piano players and vocalists did their thing as well was waiters serving hors d'oeuvre. The bar was jammed before and after dinner.
  • Sky Bar (deck 9 midship): This is an al fresco oasis for drinks and socializing overlooking the Pool Patio. However on our cruise it wasn't as popular as Martin's place.
  • Patio Bar (deck 8 midship): Full beverage, cocktail and wine service, fruit smoothies and gelati are available at this bar on the pool deck.
  • Square (deck 7 aft): Seabourn's "living room" and the  hub of the vessel replaces the conventional reception lobby with a welcoming lounge that features comfortable sofas, easy chairs and cocktail tables. The main attractions are the baristas, who brew some of the best signature coffees in the world.  Outside the Guest Services enclave, the walls are lined with fiction, nonfiction and reference books, and eight computer workstations are available for guests to use. An open deck terrace is located aft of the Square.
  • The Club (deck 5 aft): This is the liveliest lounge on the Quest during certain receptions, though on our cruise Martin's Cheers-like bar drew the crowds. It was fairly popular during afternoon tea service, especially with the Brits. It was also fairly attended before  and after dinner with guests who enjoy dancing to live music. Later a DJ spins dance music until late at night.
The Wintergarden Suite has a private glassed-in Solarium with a soaking tub and a lounging bed. It also features a veranda with wonderful views of the side of the ship.
Courtesy of Seabourn Cruise LineThe Wintergarden Suite has a private glassed-in Solarium with a soaking tub and a lounging bed. It also features a veranda with wonderful views of the side of the ship.

Staterooms (I mean, Suites)

Seabourn refers to the rooms aboard the Quest as suites, and all are certainly spacious and comfortable. There are several choices, such as the 225 Ocean View Suites measuring 295 to 1,682 square feet. A large 90 percent of the suites sport private verandas. For the high rollers there are five Owners Suites that span up to 1,062 square feet (including the veranda) and four two-bedroom Grand Suites with up to 1,682 square feet of private living space. You can also choose to stay in one of the 22 Penthouse Suites on the uppermost decks, each featuring up to 534 square feet of space.

Suite amenities include complimentary Champagne upon arrival, 24-hour room service, daily fruit basket, Eqyptian cotton linens, designer soaps, aromatherapy, daily fax newspaper and more

All suites include a living area and bedroom; a five-foot-wide picture window or veranda; walk-in closet; flat-screen interactive TV featuring music, movies and more; a fully stocked bar; Bose Wave Radio CD; writing desk; spacious bathroom with tub, shower, twin sinks and a large vanity; a direct-dial telephone and a private electronic safe. Suites also offer best-selling audiobooks, CDs and DVDs.

Suite amenities include complimentary Champagne upon arrival, 24-hour room service, personalized stationery, fruit basket replenished daily, fluffy terry-cloth robes and slippers, Eqyptian cotton linens, a fluffy duvet, a selection of designer soaps served by your stewardess on arrival that might include Hermes, Bijan and L'Occitane, Pure Pampering Aromatherapy by Molton Brown, nightly turn-down service, daily fax newspaper, World Atlas and an umbrella. Wi-fi works well in the suite though it comes with an added fee: $300 for our entire cruise for unlimited Internet or 40 cents a minute and up for other packages. Best to buy a package.

Here's hoping Seabourn follows the lead of Oceania and Crystal and other lines and begins offering free Internet for some or all of its guests.

Dress code

The dress code is relaxed on Seabourn with casual nights, elegant casual and a formal-ish night or two when tuxes were not required and hardly won. You can wear jeans at night except to the Restaurant. The folks on this particular cruise dressed nicely but most didn't go overboard with fancy duds (except moi; I like to doll up).

Observations

There was an evening show on our Quest cruise called "Too Much Heaven" and that about sums it up for this voyage. It was celestially epic. Keep in mind that we have been on a few hundred cruises so we don't say this lightly.

Some of the most enchanting evenings were dining at the Patio Grill listening to Danny strum his guitar. Another was having the special caviar platter served on Richard's birthday with Champagne on our balcony. 

The highlight of our itinerary was the Amazon, a wondrous experience of cruising the calm and muddy waters past rainforests and riverboats that ply the tributary.

Disclosure

Patti Pietschmann was hosted on the Caribbean/Amazon cruise by Seabourn as a travel writer. See Cruiseable's Ethics & Disclosure policy.  

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Your take

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Patti Pietschmann
I'm the LA Travel Diva and spend time cruising with first mate Richard, traveling the world, reviewing fine restaurants, going to plays, movies and events. It's the good life.

Top highlights on this ship

  • What: Spa Terrace
  • Where: Seabourn Quest

  • What: Spa at Seabourn
  • Where: Seabourn Quest

  • What: Pool deck
  • Where: Seabourn Quest
  • Relax in the whirlpool on the Spa Terrace
  • Play shuffleboard at The Retreat
  • Enjoy a private cabana at the pool patio
  • Shop at three duty-free shops

Top dining options on board

The Colonnade

  • Style: Continental
  • No additional cost
  • Open: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The Restaurant

  • Style: Continental
  • No additional cost
  • Open: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Al fresco dining

  • Style: Continental
  • No additional cost
  • Open: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Fast facts

450 Passengers [?]
330 Crew
11 Decks
2010 Maiden voyage
32,000 Tonnage [?]
650 Length in feet
84 Width in feet (max beam)
29 speed (mph) [?]

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