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Immersive Itineraries with Azamara

Posted June 21st, 2017

Want to soak up all there is to see and do in a destination? Don’t want to just be shuttled from port to port? Specialising in providing truly immersive travel experiences, Azamara Club Cruises stands out from the cruising crowd. Keep reading to find out why.  

Experience more

Azamara offers more late departures and overnight stays than other cruise lines, allowing passengers to explore cities and towns by night. In 2017, the cruise line boasts 194 late-night stays and 82 overnight stays, while in 2018 there will be 165 late-night stays and 101 overnight stays on offer. Nearly half of all Azamara port stops feature overnight or late-night stays!

Unlike larger ships that can’t gain access, Azamara’s ships are the perfect size for docking in the heart of cities. This means less time travelling to see the main attractions and more time for exploration. With Azamara, you can step off your cruise ship and straight into the hustle and bustle of London, Hong Kong, Venice, Bangkok, St. Petersburg, and more.


From the Mediterranean to Asia, Azamara’s itineraries cover the globe. In 2017, the cruise line’s itineraries visit 68 countries and 203 ports. In 2018, 69 countries and 235 ports will be covered. Destinations include Australia, New Zealand, Central and North America, the Panama Canal, Northern and Western Europe, and the West Indies. 

Themed voyages

Catering for a variety of interests, Azamara’s themed voyages offer guests the chance to experience famous world events. Experience the unique sights and sounds of the thrilling Monaco Grand Prix, gaze at the sky in wonder as fireworks dazzle during the Venice Redentore Festival, cheer yourself hoarse at the World Cup, or watch the pros work their magic at the British Open. Lovers of fine vinos also have something to celebrate about – Azamara offers a collection of wine-themed voyages that highlight the wares of renowned wine regions. 

Country-intensive cruises

While many other cruise lines’ itineraries visit a range of countries, stopping only at capital cities for short stints, Azamara’s country-intensive voyages ensure guests leave a country with in-depth experiences and insights. For example, the 2018 15-night Norwegian cruise visits 13 ports and transports passengers along the country’s western coastline.

In 2018, Azamara’s country-intensive itineraries will shine a spotlight on Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Spain, Mexico, and Costa Rica. These trips range from 8 nights to 18 nights in length. In 2019, Azamara guests can immerse themselves in the culture, history, nightlife and scenery of New Zealand, Japan, Norway, Mexico, Spain, Italy, France, Greece, and Croatia. These voyages range from 7 nights to 16 nights in length.

Love the idea of having plenty of time to explore and experience one destination in its entirety? Azamara Club Cruises is the cruise line for you. To learn more about itineraries and dates or to make a booking, give us a call on 1300 954 661 today. We can answer all your questions and help you get set for your next cruising adventure. 

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