Azamara has opened reservations for the cruise line’s return to service, starting 28 August 2021.
Five week-long back-to-back “Greece Country-Intensive” voyages aboard Azamara Quest are now on sale.
To coincide with the brand’s return, Azamara has launched a brand-new, immersive onboard program for guests dubbed “Destination Celebration” – an adaptation of AzAmazing Evenings, which will bring the culture and heritage of a destination to life onboard.
“We are excited that today marks the day that our guests can begin to plan their highly anticipated vacation and join us in exploring the world again,” said President of Azamara, Carol Cabezas. “The philosophy behind every Azamara voyage is our in-depth Destination Immersion experiences, designed to connect travellers to the heart of local culture.
“While the world may have changed, Azamara’s commitment to delivering experiences that connect guests to authentic culture remains intact and we are thrilled to bring the destination to life safely onboard our ships by introducing Destination Celebrations.”
Designed with the health and safety of Azamara guests and crew in mind, Destination Celebration allows guests to still have an immersive experience without having to step away from the comfort of their boutique hotel at sea. The new, complimentary evening events will be exclusively available to Azamara guests from 2021 through the spring of 2022 on most voyages of seven nights or longer.
The Destination Celebration event in Rhodes, Greece, will feature music by Duo Violins with accompanying orchestra and a singer, as well as six Greek Gods in respective dress and insignia. In Sorrento, Italy, guests will enjoy an evening attributed to famous Italian operatic tenor, Enrico Caruso – considered to be the greatest singer of all time, with a rich and powerful operatic music style like no other.
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