© John WilsonMV Seabourn Quest – Past and Present

MV Seabourn Quest

© John Wilson

© John Wilson

Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 2011 by T. Mariotti, Genoa, Italy (Yard No 64) as Passenger (Cruise) Ship for Seabourn Cruise Line

Technical Data

  • Length: 198.15m (overall), 169.20m (between perpendiculars)
  • Breadth of hull: 25.60m
  • Depth: 15.25m (to upper deck), 9.0m (to main deck)
  • Draught: 6.40m
  • Tonnage: 32,346 gross/10,532 net/3,000t deadweight
  • Engines: 4 × Wärtsilä 12V32
  • Power/Propellers: 23,040kW/2
  • Speed: 19 knots (service), 25.5 knots (max)
  • Capacity: 450 passengers
  • Crew: 330
  • Passenger Decks: 11
  • Call Sign: C6YZ5
  • IMO Number: 9483126
  • MMSI Number: 311038900
  • Registry: Nassau/Bahamas
  • Sister Ships: Seabourn Odyssey, Seabourn Sojourn


Current Location

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History

November 27th 2007: Building contract.

June 30th 2008: Keel laid.

May 28th 2011: Delivered to Seabourn Cruise Line Ltd, Nassau, Bahamas.

June 20th 2011: Christened.

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© Willem Oldenburg

May 13th 2013 – June 2nd 2013: Dry-docked for a refit at the T. Mariotti shipyard Genoa, Italy.

© John Wilson

© John Wilson


Interior

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All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Willem Oldenburg, John Wilson, Robbie Cox, Dimitris Mentakis and Dennis Mortimer for their assistance in producing this feature.

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)


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