Committed to its Destination Immersion programming, guests can expect over 140 overnight stays around the world; and deepen their discovery of Eastern Europe with expanded itineraries to the Black Sea and Turkey, including overnights in Istanbul and a chance to explore hidden gems including Antalya and Sinop.
10 Maiden Ports Include:
- Amami, Japan
- Arica, Chile
- Brest, France
- Fraser Island, Australia
- Guayaquil, Ecuador
- Manta, Ecuador
- Milos, Greece
- Pylos, Greece
- Tema (Accra), Ghana
- Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland
Azamara will offer new Grand Voyages where guests can book back-to-back sailings across the globe and receive onboard credit for each leg of their voyage plus free WiFi. Azamara’s Grand Voyages are designed for guests to opt in for longer sailings by visiting more destinations, connecting with locals and their culture, while simultaneously saving money on their booking.
One example of a new Grand Voyage includes: 69-night circumnavigation of South America: Roundtrip out of Miami, starting January 2022, this voyage will give guests an immersive experience of South America, covering 32 countries including Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Colombia, and sails through Antarctic Sound.
Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises, gave the following statement about these new itineraries: “Being a leader in Destination Immersion means staying ahead, which is why we’re thrilled to introduce our complete list of 2021 and winter/spring 2022 itineraries.
With our commitment to connect people with culture, our guests can uncover world wonders, including new destinations such as Guayaquil, Ecuador, with an overland expedition to the Galapagos Islands. We will also return to Japan, one of our most popular country-intensive itineraries, which visits marquee ports like Tokyo and Kobe, as well as the remote treasures of Kitakyushu and Kanazawa.”