Azamara Club Cruises Names New Director of Strategic Itinerary and Destination Planning

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Azamara Club Cruises has announced that Michael Pawlus will be serving as the company’s new director of strategic itinerary and destination planning. An expert in the luxury cruise industry for over 25 years, the company said it expects Pawlus to create new, unique itineraries for Azamara Club Cruises. 

The cruise line has also announced a series of new voyages for guests, including trips to the Mediterranean. The company’s Saint-Tropez & Balearic Islands voyage is a four-day tour of Southern Europe. Departing from Nice, France, the ship sails to Saint-Tropez and Palma de Mallorca, where guests will experience local cuisine, explore the cities and lounge on the beach. The voyage ends in Barcelona, Spain, a city ripe with culture and history. The trip departs on September 26, 2015 and begins at $749 for club ocean view cabins. 

The cruise line is also offering a nine-day Barcelona round trip voyage which sails to popular Mediterranean cities. Guests will depart from Barcelona and set sail for Ibiza, Rome, Florence, Monaco and other cities where they will be immersed in cultures across four countries. For more details on the itinerary and room rates, visit


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