Azamara Club Cruises Announces Its Q1 2021 Itineraries

Azamara Pursuit

Boutique cruise line Azamara Club Cruises has officially announced its first quarter 2021 itineraries. Sailing across four continents between January and March 2021, changes will include new country-intensive voyages in Japan, the introduction of Azamara Pursuit to Australia and New Zealand and additional experiences in South America and South Africa.

In Japan, Azamara Club Cruises will offer 15 and 16-night itineraries with visits to up to 13 ports across the country, including Tokyo, Aomari, Hakodate and Kobe. Starting in 2019, the company will introduce a range of immersive excursions that showcase the local culture of the country’s various regions.

The Azamara Pursuit will make its debut in Australia and New Zealand in 2021. The ship will visit a total of 18 ports, including Sydney and Melbourne in Australia and Auckland, Napier and Akaroa in New Zealand. More than half of these will be country-intensive cruises.

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Azamara will also launch new ways to experience South America and South Africa. During this time, the cruise line will introduce a Rio Carnival voyage aboard the Azamara Quest and a new country-intensive sailing aboard the Azamara Journey in South Africa.

Azamara Club Cruises is a boutique cruise line that provides travel to all seven continents. The company uses local land programs and late and overnight stays to provide immersive cultural experiences.

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