World-class amenities, attentive service, longer stays with more overnights at destinations around the world, and small-scale immersive shore excursions have made Azamara Club Cruises a favorite among guests and travel critics alike. These are also the characteristics that have earned it a place in Travel + Leisure’s Top 5 Large-Ship Cruise Lines for 2010. Azamara’s stunning sister ships, the Journey and the Quest, were specially designed to navigate smaller waterways, giving travelers the opportunity to visit fascinating and remote ports of call in Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, South America and more.
Onboard, you'll experience an intimate, exclusive cruising experience, made possible by the ships’ modest size, high crew to passenger ratio, comfortable staterooms, sumptuous dining options, and extensive leisure offerings. Both ships offer 15 variations of accommodations. All of the ships’ elegant and spacious staterooms feature plasma TVs, plush European bedding, Frette robes, and special touches such as fresh fruit and fresh-cut flowers.
As you sail between ports, choose from exciting leisure activities such as live entertainment, shopping, casinos, or enrichment programs such as culinary demonstrations and cultural seminars. Azamara is also well-known for its commitment to health and well-being, which is evident in its vast array of health food options, such as sushi and smoothies, state-of-the-art spas, and its fitness offerings including personal training and active shore excursions such as canoeing or biking. No matter your interests, you're sure to find a way to indulge them on board.
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