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Panama Canal & The Inca Coast - 6310

Ship: Seabourn Quest  
Departure: Friday, January 6, 2023
Nights: 21 nights
Departs: Miami
Returns: San Antonio
One Way Trip
One
way trip
Duration
21
Nights
Days at Sea
8
Sea Days
Ports
14
Ports
Countries Visted
6
Countries
  • Itinerary

    Panama Canal & The Inca Coast - 6310

    Ports of call

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    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Friday, January 6, 2023 Miami, USA Embark 5:00 PM
    View of Miami, USA

    Miami, located on the Atlantic coast at the southern tip of Florida, where outdoor sports are open all seasons and dress is casual, is a melting pot of cultures. Miami and Miami Beach are in effect two distinctly different cities, as Miami Beach is almost exclusively tourist orientated, while Miami is a cosmopolitan city with a distinctly Latin American flavour. Don’t miss the South Beach section where fashion designer Gianni Versace lived and died that is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in the world. Certainly the beaches have an international flair and attract tourists from around the world. Read more about Miami, USA

    2 Saturday, January 7, 2023 At Sea
    3 Sunday, January 8, 2023 At Sea
    4 Monday, January 9, 2023 At Sea
    5 Tuesday, January 10, 2023 Panama Canal, Panama 6:00 AM 6:00 AM
    View of Panama Canal, Panama

    Named one of the seven modern wonders of the world by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Panama Canal is a 77 km ship canal in Panama that joins the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Built from 1903 to 1914, nearly 850,000 vessels have passed through the canal. Interestingly, the 8-10 hour journey from the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east is one from SE to NW. Crossing the Canal is something that we would all like to experience, and subsequently many passenger ships provide a narrator giving excellent information during the crossing. Read more about Panama Canal, Panama

    5 Tuesday, January 10, 2023 Panama Canal, Panama
    View of Panama Canal, Panama

    Named one of the seven modern wonders of the world by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Panama Canal is a 77 km ship canal in Panama that joins the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Built from 1903 to 1914, nearly 850,000 vessels have passed through the canal. Interestingly, the 8-10 hour journey from the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east is one from SE to NW. Crossing the Canal is something that we would all like to experience, and subsequently many passenger ships provide a narrator giving excellent information during the crossing. Read more about Panama Canal, Panama

    5 Tuesday, January 10, 2023 Panama Canal, Panama 8:00 PM 8:00 PM
    View of Panama Canal, Panama

    Named one of the seven modern wonders of the world by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Panama Canal is a 77 km ship canal in Panama that joins the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Built from 1903 to 1914, nearly 850,000 vessels have passed through the canal. Interestingly, the 8-10 hour journey from the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east is one from SE to NW. Crossing the Canal is something that we would all like to experience, and subsequently many passenger ships provide a narrator giving excellent information during the crossing. Read more about Panama Canal, Panama

    5 Tuesday, January 10, 2023 Fuerte Amador, Panama 9:00 PM
    View of Fuerte Amador, Panama

    Fuerte Amador (Fort Amador, located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, is part of an artificial peninsula jutting out into the Pacific from Balboa, which connects four small islands to the mainland. On the west side of Fuerte Amador is the Pacific entrance to the Canal, and on the east side is Panama Bay facing Panama City. The surrounding ocean is always filled with vessels patiently awaiting their turn to transverse the Canal, while on the skyline a few kilometres to the north are the skyscrapers of Panama City. The peninsula itself is home to two marinas and road causeway only. Read more about Fuerte Amador, Panama

    6 Wednesday, January 11, 2023 Fuerte Amador, Panama 3:00 PM
    View of Fuerte Amador, Panama

    Fuerte Amador (Fort Amador, located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, is part of an artificial peninsula jutting out into the Pacific from Balboa, which connects four small islands to the mainland. On the west side of Fuerte Amador is the Pacific entrance to the Canal, and on the east side is Panama Bay facing Panama City. The surrounding ocean is always filled with vessels patiently awaiting their turn to transverse the Canal, while on the skyline a few kilometres to the north are the skyscrapers of Panama City. The peninsula itself is home to two marinas and road causeway only. Read more about Fuerte Amador, Panama

    7 Thursday, January 12, 2023 At Sea
    8 Friday, January 13, 2023 Manta, Ecuador 8:00 AM
    View of Manta, Ecuador

    Manta is a major commercial and holiday resort centre and the second major port of Ecuador. It is possibly best known for the Playa (beach) Murciélago area of the Malecón, where not only is the seafood excellent, but also on offer is great music, beach aerobics, parties, and general night life ambience. Gathering momentum among tourists is the fact that this is the home of seeds of particular palms that are almost indistinguishable from ivory after they have been dried. Buttons, jewellery, and small sculptures made from these seeds are quickly gaining in popularity. Read more about Manta, Ecuador

    9 Saturday, January 14, 2023 Manta, Ecuador 6:00 PM
    View of Manta, Ecuador

    Manta is a major commercial and holiday resort centre and the second major port of Ecuador. It is possibly best known for the Playa (beach) Murciélago area of the Malecón, where not only is the seafood excellent, but also on offer is great music, beach aerobics, parties, and general night life ambience. Gathering momentum among tourists is the fact that this is the home of seeds of particular palms that are almost indistinguishable from ivory after they have been dried. Buttons, jewellery, and small sculptures made from these seeds are quickly gaining in popularity. Read more about Manta, Ecuador

    10 Sunday, January 15, 2023 Machala, Ecuador 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Machala, Ecuador

    Machala is a city on the Pacific coast of SW Ecuador. The city of a quarter million population is a commercial centre for the local agricultural industries, particularly bananas, coffee and cocoa – and is often referred to as “The Banana Capital of the World.” Puerto Bolivar is 7km from the city centre, and one of the world’s largest shipment points for bananas, most destined for Europe. About 60 km inland, the coastal plain rises to the Central Andes with peaks reaching over 4000 m. Machala is not noted as a tourist destination, rather it is transport hub linking Guayaquil in the north to Peru in the south. Read more about Machala, Ecuador

    11 Monday, January 16, 2023 At Sea
    12 Tuesday, January 17, 2023 Islas Guanape, Peru 5:00 AM 2:00 PM

    The Guanapes, located 9 km off the coast of northern Peru, are sheer columns of rock jutting straight out of the Pacific Ocean, with not a speck of mainland in sight. There are two main islands (North and South), plus a number of small stony islets. The larger North island is one kilometre long and up to 300 m wide: just a breeding place for birds. Hence the islands are covered with guano (consisting bird poo and dead birds, rich in phosphates, smelling of ammonia); dug out, and sacked for use as fertiliser. Read more about Islas Guanape, Peru

    13 Wednesday, January 18, 2023 Lima (Callao), Peru 8:00 AM
    View of Lima (Callao), Peru

    Lima, although a sprawling desert city, is the capital and largest city of Peru. The Historic centre of Lima is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its large number of historical buildings dating from the Spanish colonial era. In particular, visit the Plaza Mayor with the 16th century Cathedral and the Presidential Palace. The numerous churches are also popular as they date from the 16th and 17th centuries. Read more about Lima (Callao), Peru

    14 Thursday, January 19, 2023 Lima (Callao), Peru 6:00 PM
    View of Lima (Callao), Peru

    Lima, although a sprawling desert city, is the capital and largest city of Peru. The Historic centre of Lima is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its large number of historical buildings dating from the Spanish colonial era. In particular, visit the Plaza Mayor with the 16th century Cathedral and the Presidential Palace. The numerous churches are also popular as they date from the 16th and 17th centuries. Read more about Lima (Callao), Peru

    15 Friday, January 20, 2023 Islas Ballestas, Peru 5:00 AM 8:00 AM
    View of Islas Ballestas, Peru

    The Islas Ballestas are a group of small islands in the Pacific Ocean, 8 km off shore from Peru. The islands are nicknamed “The Poor Man´s Galapagos”. The nearest mainland port is Paracas, 18 km distant. The islands are barren rocky formations and are an important sanctuary for the guanay guano bird, the blue-footed booby and the tendril. Read more about Islas Ballestas, Peru

    15 Friday, January 20, 2023 Pisco (San Martin), Peru 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Pisco (San Martin), Peru

    Pisco lies on the Pacific coast of Peru, 200 km south of the capital Lima. The small city is a gateway to the ruins of Machu Picchu, 500 km due east high in the Andes. Pisco is served by the port of San Martin which is 35 km out of town on the Paracas Peninsula. Named after the liberator General San Martin, this area is significant in Peruvian history as the birthplace of Peru's struggle for independence. Read more about Pisco (San Martin), Peru

    16 Saturday, January 21, 2023 At Sea
    17 Sunday, January 22, 2023 Punta Islay
    17 Sunday, January 22, 2023 Matarani, Peru 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Matarani, Peru

    Matarani is a major port on the south coast of Peru. The port is an important element of the current plan between the governments of Peru and Brazil to integrate an Atlantic-Pacific corridor between the two nations. This route will give Brazil access to the Pacific without going through the Panama Canal. Matarani lies on an interesting stretch of coastline, with curious rock formations and strange volcanic landscapes. Read more about Matarani, Peru

    18 Monday, January 23, 2023 Iquique, Chile 12:00 PM 5:00 PM
    View of Iquique, Chile

    Iquique is a city in northern Chile, capital of Tarapacá Region, on the Pacific coast. It is located on a rocky peninsula in the rainless Atacama Desert with its unbelievable landscape that has a lagoon in the middle of the driest desert in the world, and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. You can find beautiful topography in the Isluga Volcano National Park, with high mountains and attractions like native flora, geysers, lagoons and rivers. Water sports include scuba diving, windsurfing, water skiing, and fly fishing in the ocean, while on land, buggy riding and sandboarding can be tried at Dragon Hill. Read more about Iquique, Chile

    19 Tuesday, January 24, 2023 Antofagasta, Chile 10:00 AM 11:00 PM
    View of Antofagasta, Chile

    Antofagasta is a port city in northern Chile, about 1,130 km north of Santiago. The last decade has seen a steady growth in the areas of construction, retail, hotel accommodations, population growth, and remarkable skyline development, mainly due to becoming a major mining centre. However, with its 20 km of beachfront and mild, dry climate it has also developed as a year-round beach resort. Outside the city limits one sees a stunning vast empty expanse of desert that approaches the beach. Read more about Antofagasta, Chile

    20 Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Isla Pan de Azucar Chile, Chile 12:00 PM 6:00 PM
    View of Isla Pan de Azucar Chile, Chile

    Isla Pan de Azúcar (Spanish ‘Sugarloaf Island’), is located 900m off shore from the Pan de Azúcar National Park in Chile. The Chilean coastline has very low rainfall and little green vegetation. It is part of the Park, and if you land on one of the mainland beaches you’ll see more than 20 species of cacti, and recreational beach shelters accessible to visitors who come off the nearby Chile Route 5 highway (part of the Pan-American Highway). Read more about Isla Pan de Azucar Chile, Chile

    21 Thursday, January 26, 2023 At Sea
    22 Friday, January 27, 2023 San Antonio, Chile 7:00 AM Disembark
    View of San Antonio, Chile

    San Antonio, Chile, is a Pacific port 63 km south of the port of Valparaiso. San Antonio is the largest freight handling port on the western coast of South America. The city lies on hills and coastal dunes north of the mouth of the Maipo River. It was seriously affected by earthquakes most recently in 1985 and 2010. Read more about San Antonio, Chile

  • Ship

    Seabourn Quest Overview

    Seabourn Quest

    4.4
    (from 5 verified customers)

    This vessel is no.5 of the “Top 10 Small Ships” in Berlitz Guide for 2018! Seabourn Quest was recently refurbished in 2013. The crew knows all 208 passenger-guests by name and anticipates their every wish. This is a small ship where travellers meet and talk, are invited by officers to dine, and everyone is a welcomed guest. And the menus attract vacationing restaurateurs.

  • Cabins

    Seabourn Quest Cabins

    Verandah Suite

    Verandah Suite

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    Cabin Types

    RB, SV, OB

    Average Cabin Size – 0 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 0 m2

    With this selection, you are guaranteed to receive a stateroom within a selected category class, anywhere on the ship. However, the actual room assignment and location on the ship may be determined at any time after your reservation has been completed and paid in full up to the day of sailing.

    Ocean View Suite

    Ocean View Suite

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    Cabin Types

    GR, WG, SS, OW, PS, PH, V6, V5, V4, V3, V2, V1, A1, A, SA, OS, RR

    Average Cabin Size – 41.2 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 14.5 m2

    Size: 1,189 sq. ft. (110 sq. m.) plus two verandas totaling 214 sq. ft. (20 sq. m.) Occupancy: 4 guests. Description: Combine mid-ship suites 743 & 745 or 744 & 746 Amenities: Located all the way forward in the bow of the ship with three verandahs, a living room with dining area, two bedrooms with queen sized beds or 2 twin beds, two bathrooms with separate tub (one whirlpool) and shower, guest bath, butler pantry with wet bar, two fully stocked bars, one makeup vanity, two walk-in closets with personal safe, one alcove closet, hairdryer, telephone, three flat-screen TVs with DVD players, Wifi internet access, plush bedding featuring 100% Egyptian cotton duvet, bed linens, terry robe and slippers.

  • Deck Plans

    Deck Plans for Seabourn Quest

    Legend

    • Third Guest Capacity Suite
    • Obstructed port side view with larger veranda overlooking the center pool
    • Shower only
    • Elevator
    • Connecting Suites
    • This Suite has smaller veranda
    • The veranda railings in this suite is part metal and part glass from floor to teak rail
    • Partially Obstructed View
    • Self Service Launderette
    • Suite 830 Third Guest capacity for Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Quest only
    • Wheelchair Accessible Suites

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