Azamara Club Cruises challenges itself to bring you to the world's most amazing and exclusive destinations, especially those unreachable by larger vessels such as the heart of Marseille, and areas in Amalfi, Crete and Bangkok.
Azamaras three ship fleet consists of the Azamara Quest, Azamara Journey and the Azamara Pursuit. Each ship offers a number of distinctive dining options and an extensive selections of wines. Enjoy specialty restaurants and cafes including the Discoveries restaurant, The Patio, Aqualina, The Wine Cellar, Windows Cafe and Mosaic cafe. Every night there is a dinner based on the area you're currently cruising in so you always get a taste of the local cuisine. The Cabaret Lounge, casino, white night parties and shopping facilities mean that your cruise will be a highly entertaining one.
Azamara's mantra is 'Stay Longer, Experience More'. This means that you spend more at each port of call than any other cruise line in the world. Whereas shorter stops only allow you to scratch the surface, this 'no rush' approach allows you to leave each port satisfied that you have fully immersed yourself in the culture, cuisine, and history of the area.
Be prepared for an intense exploration of 7 cities in 8 days. Make sure to check out the on board activities while cruising for your entertainment and relaxation needs.
- Monte Carlo - Civitavecchia (Rome)
- Mediterranean Sea
Despite visiting in November, be prepared for warm temperatures, sunshine and lots of beautiful opportunities to take incredible and memorable photos.
- Dubai - Dubai
- Middle East
Combine preparation with spontaneity – prepare the sights you must explore but allow the crew to show you some of the most beautiful locations in this unforgettable region of Europe.
- Venice - Venice
- Mediterranean Sea
Azamara Club Cruises was founded in 2007 and has two ship in its fleet: The Azamara Journey or Azamara Quest have already carved out a glowing reputation in the cruise industry for themselves. This ultra-modern cruise line believes cruising is “the only way to see the world” and prides itself on providing its passengers with an intimate travelling experience, both on land through its unique Destination Immersion® policy, and also aboard its 2 luxurious vessels ‘Azamara Journey’ and ‘Azamara Quest’.
Why Azamara Club Cruises?
With so many cruise companies offering a plethora of packages it can sometimes be difficult for the prospective cruiser to decide what best suits them. Let’s see if Azamara Club Cruises is for you.
Azamara Club Cruises contains a fleet of 2 stunning ships which are smaller and more private than the typical cruise liners each with a capacity of just 694 passengers compared to the thousands of passengers some companies cater for. This makes for a more personalized experience. Passengers feel more like a privileged guest than a passenger with Azamara Club Cruises and this enhances the overall experience of passengers.
Additionally, the smaller nature of these ships allows them to dock in more cities than other cumbersome vessels. This means Azamara Cruises can bring its passengers to the epicentres of culture all around the world. Breath-taking cities such as Marseille, Amalfi and Crete suddenly become accessible to passengers. Your world becomes bigger with Azamara Club Cruises.
The unique Destination Immersion® ethos of Azamara Club Cruises translates to a focus on experiencing the culture, people and scenery of each port city in more depth. Spending more time in ports than any other cruise line means passengers don’t have to rush back to the ship after a hurried day of exploration. More overnights mean passengers can experience the nightlife of their destinations too!
Entertainment in between stops in unparalleled as passengers can enjoy the AzAmazing Evenings this prestigious cruise line offers. In addition, Azamara Club Cruises sometimes invites guest scholars who are experts in their respective fields to give lectures on the culture, history and lore of destinations. If this has piqued your interest contact our friendly experts for more information today!
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