Azamara Club Cruises Releases 2015 Voyage Program

Azamara Club Cruises unveiled its 2015 voyages program, comprising 52 voyages, ranging from five- to 18-night itineraries. Catering to up-market travelers, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest will visit a total of 203 ports in 62 countries, destinations that have been made famous by myths and legends, history and beauty.

As part of the new 2015 program, Azamara will make 16 maiden port calls in South America, the West Indies, Europe, the Far East and – for the first time – Australia. Guests have access to AzAmazing Evenings, an inclusive night tour on each voyage that provides guests with an exclusive slice of a destination’s culture and character, and a variety of exclusive Azamara Land Discoveries shore excursions (for an additional charge). Azamara Club Cruises 2015 voyages are now open for sale. 

Throughout spring 2015, Azamara Journey will sail 11- to 18-night voyages throughout Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, the Antarctic Sound, Panama Canal and West Indian islands to ports that larger ships cannot go. One voyage overnights at Rio De Janeiro during the city’s Carnival, where Azamara can offer prime seating in the stands of the sambadrome (for an additional charge) to witness the spectacle of competing samba schools. Azamara Journey also will make maiden port calls at Aruba and Curacao. 

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Travelers have a choice of both Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest for immersive Europe adventures throughout the summer and autumn seasons. Azamara Quest will sail the Baltic, North and Mediterranean seas on seven- to 18-night itineraries, some that coincide with major seasonal events, such as the 2015 British Open at historic St. Andrews Links, and the Sail Amsterdam Festival, a nautical celebration held once every five years. Azamara Journey will sail the Spanish, French and Italian rivieras, the Adriatic and Black seas, and Greek Isles on seven- to 16-night itineraries that take guests to the playgrounds of the jetset. On one voyage, Azamara Journey calls at Monte Carlo during the annual Monaco Grand Prix, where Azamara obtained tickets for seating along the race route for guests (for an additional charge). Maiden European port calls include Argostoli and Delos, Greece; Tarragona, Almeria, Alticante and Huelva, Spain; Stornoway, Scotland; and Cobh, Ireland. 

For its part, Azamara Quest will sail Asia voyages in the spring and winter seasons. Travelers will enjoy overnights to delve into the historic cultures of Southeast Asia, China and Japan. Osaka, Japan and Bali, Indonesia, also will be an Azamara embarkation port for the first time in February 2015. In late December, Azamara Quest will sail from the Bali Sea on a 14-night holiday and New Year’s voyage to Australia and the Barrier Reef. On this ‘immersion Down Under,’ guests will make maiden port calls at Puerto Princesa, Philippines; and Thursday Island and Darwin, Australia, as well as at Great Barrier Reef-destinations Cooktown, Port Douglas and Cairns, Australia.        

For more information, visit www.AzamaraClubCruises.com.

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