Azamara Unveils 155-Night World Voyage for 2025

Azamara has announced details of its 2025 World Voyage aboard Azamara Onward, departing from San Diego, CA and visiting 37 countries before ending in Southampton, U.K. The itinerary will include 15 overnights and 31 late stays in port.

Owing to the high demand for Azamara’s 2024 World Voyage, which is currently sold out with a waitlist, the line is showing its appreciation for trade partners, loyalty guests, and past and current world-cruisers by giving them the exclusive opportunity to book first.

Destinations that will be highlighted throughout the itinerary include: Honolulu; Samoa and Tonga; Sydney; and Stewart Island.

Azamara’s 2025 World Cruise will feature 13 complimentary land events, beginning with a kickoff gala in San Diego. Additional highlights of Azamara’s immersive land experiences offered on the 2025 World Cruise include:

  • Benoa — Guests will discover the island’s culture during an AzAmazing Evening, where local performers will engage in a display of traditional dance forms.
  • Bangkok — A two-night stay offers guests the chance to immerse themselves in Bangkok’s local culture through the city’s food, music, dance, art and Buddhist temples. Travelers can opt for shore excursions to the mountainous city of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand and the Southeast Asian country of Laos, known for its Buddhist monasteries and French colonial architecture.
  • Semarang — This destination is known as the “Venice of Java” for the many rivers that run through the center of the city. From this port, guests can take a shore excursion to Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple dating back to the 9th century.

Azamara’s 2025 World Voyage also offers more than $25,000 in exclusive amenities, including $4,000 in onboard credit, an additional $3,000 for shore excursions, roundtrip business class air travel, a beverage package for two, weekly laundry service, and more.

Azamara’s 2025 World Voyage bookings are currently open to trade partners, loyalty guests, and past world-cruisers only. Bookings will open to the public on November 10, 2022.

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