Azamara does things a little differently to most other cruise companies. With longer stays at destinations, you’ll have more time to take in the culture and really enjoy your trip.
And that’s not all. Azamara offers excellent surroundings, great service and a cozy, small-ship atmosphere – with a maximum of 694 guests on its two ships.
You can take a look at our trips on Azamara for 2013 and 2014 here – or keep reading to learn more about what this great company has that you won’t find on other cruise trips.
Who is Azamara?
Azamara prides itself on its status as one of the finest up-market cruise lines in the world. While visiting some unusual destinations (along with a few more familiar places for good measure), you’ll love the amenities on board. Not only do you get butler service in every suite, but you’ll also enjoy comfortable and tasteful surroundings, a friendly atmosphere and a wide range of fine dining options.
Azamara calls its excursions at each stop ‘Land Discoveries’, and you’ll soon see why: you’ll have your own tour guide on small-group trips around some of the most interesting parts of each destination. Enjoy hikes, bike rides, dining experiences, shopping, visits to historic landmarks and more during your trip.
And because Azamara is a small-ship cruise line, you’ll be stopping at places many larger cruise lines simply can’t.
The company offers cruises on two sister ships: Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. Both ships offer the same small-ship intimacy and pleasant surroundings – the ideal setting for a laid-back journey.
You’ll find accommodation to suit a range of budgets, including relatively basic interior rooms (which in truth are far from basic!), all the way up to luxury suites. 93% of the staterooms provide ocean views and 68% have a private veranda.