Azamara’s entire fleet of four ships returns to service

Azamara Journey back in operation after long COVID pause

Azamara Journey

Azamara Journey returned to service last week in the Mediterranean, signalling the entire fleet restart for Azamara and the upmarket cruise line’s four ships.

The full fleet is now welcoming guests onboard with country-intensive itineraries, immersive land programs, and more overnights in each port, allowing travellers to fully immerse themselves in each destination.

Azamara Pursuit, Monte Carlo

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“I am beyond thankful to our hard-working team and dedicated crew members for all the incredible work and effort that has brought us to this exciting moment,” remarked Carol Cabezas, President of Azamara. “Thanks to them, our four-ship fleet are all sailing for the first time ever, allowing us even more opportunities to immerse our guests in the smaller ports and hidden gem destinations of the world.”

As its fleet returns to service, Azamara continues to reinforce its commitment to Destination Immersion® experiences – the independent cruise line will visit 362 unique ports around the world, with 392 overnight stays, 862 late nights, and over 3,000 shore excursions, nearly 1,000 of which have been created since the pandemic began. Guests sailing on the most recent addition, Azamara Onward, can experience the new and exclusive specialty venue, Atlas Bar, offering innovative artisanal cocktails including the Grand Bazaar, London Fog Martini, and the Tuscany Delight.

Mosaic Cafe, Azamara ships

Azamara Onward is currently operating a 7-Night Greece Intensive Voyage. Azamara Journey returns to service late last week embarking on a 10-Night Greece Intensive Voyage, while Azamara Pursuit is offering a 5-Night Grand Prix Weekend Voyage (in Monte Carlo), and Azamara Quest embarks on a 9-Night Spring Med & Grand Prix Voyage.

Azamara’s four ships will sail Europe this summer, before heading to Asia, Australia, South America, and more global destinations.

Guests making a new booking on Azamara’s Australia and South Pacific sailings will receive a US$500 Shore Excursion Credit on select 2022 and 2023 voyages. When combined with the cruise line’s existing special offer, they will receive US$1,000 Shore Excursion Credit – valid from 25 May to 10 June 2022. Details here.

Lead image: Azamara Pursuit / Source: Facebook

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