Azamara Club Cruises Relaunches Website


(c) 2011 Azamara Club Cruises

Azamara Club Cruises has relaunched its website with improved navigation and community features. The newly redesigned interactive globe, built-in search bar and community pages offer guests and travel agents an immersive and user-friendly experience.

“We are delighted to offer travelers and our valued travel agent partners the most function-rich and aesthetically engaging version of,” said Edie Bornstein, vice president of sales and marketing for Azamara Club Cruises. “Our newly relaunched website embodies our hallmark of delivering destination-immersive travel experiences. And the new Azamara website also is mobile-optimized, so travelers can explore the world virtually with Azamara from their smart phone or iPad, no matter where they physically are.”

The new website features a spinning globe that allows guests to access information on Azmara’s destinations quickly. Four tabs on the top of the page- Destinations, Plan Your Voyage, Life Onboard and Community- make navigation quick and easy. A built-in search bar on the side of the page allows users to search by destination, departure port, month of travel and length of voyage from any page on the website. Virtual tours, interactive deck plans and the “You’ll Love Where We Take You” destination-immersion videos allow guests to research  the onboard experience.

A new community page allows visitors to share travel stories with other travelers, share pictures and videos and learn new recipes from the blog. The community page is integrated with various social media. Later in 2011, Azamara plans to add a World Events Calendar, an improved search engine and improved social media components on the globe.

Azamara Club Cruises is an up-market cruise provider that specializes in immersive travel experiences in destinations in Europe, South America and the Caribbean.

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