Azamara, a four-line cruise line that offers high-quality international cruises, has introduced short-term cruises and increased credit for some of its summer 2023 cruises in Europe.
This small cruise ship was once owned by the Royal Caribbean Group and now operates independently.
Incentives Offered on Select 2023 Summer Cruises
Priding itself on the deep research and culture it offers to travelers, Azamara announced three incentives designed to tempt travelers looking to travel to Europe in the summer of 2023.
Cruisers who choose cruises between May 23 and June 2, 2023, will receive three free nights, a 50% savings on one cruise, and a $750 credit.
Cruisers noted that the free promotion alone equates to $3,300 in Club Continent Suites.
Azamara also announced that travel advisors who book selected cruises on behalf of cruise customers will earn 5% on participating cruises.
“We wanted to share the relationships we love and thank our guests and business partners with the unique opportunity that allows them to do more,” said Azamara President Carol Cabezas.
“Immersive experiences, cultural connections, and more time in port due to longer stays and more nights – these are the advantages that our smaller ships offer to guests to appreciate the destination,” he said. he added.
Azamara was a brand of the Royal Caribbean Group until the company sold the line to Sycamore Partners in 2021. The cruise line works Azamara Quest and Azamara’s journeytotal with 702 guests, 670 guests Azamara Unwardand 684 guests Azamara Pursuit.
Northern Europe, Med Between Featured Travels
Examples of bookable cruises with booking incentives included Azamara’s journey The 16 night “Norway Intensive” cruise from Edinburgh to Amsterdam on August 1. Port calls include the Norwegian ports of Stavanger, Haugesund, Olden, Troll Fjord cruising, Tromso, and North Cape cruising.
Another option is a cruise Azamara Quests The 11-night “Iconic Med” cruise, sailing from Venice to Istanbul on August 4. The ship will call at Koper, Zadar, and Dubrovnik, Croatia; Kotor, Montenegro; Corfu, Santorini, and Rhodes, Greece; and Ephesus, Turkey.
Cruisers looking to explore Northern and Central Europe can choose History of Azamara Pursuit The 12-night “Northern Cities” cruise, which will sail from Copenhagen to Southampton on August 20, calling at Stockholm, Sweden; Klaipeda, Lithuania; Gdansk, Poland; Warnemunde, Germany; Bruges, Belgium; and Amsterdam.
Night sailing, long port stays, and nights in port are some of the features that distinguish Azamara from other lines.
And with small ships, the cruise, which last year opened its headquarters near PortMiami in Florida, it can schedule its ships to arrive at smaller, less-delayed ports.
At sea Azamara’s Four-Ship Fleet
The ships offer eight stateroom categories, including World Owner’s Suite, Ocean Suite, Spa Suite, Continent Suite, Veranda Plus, Veranda, Oceanview, and Interior. Everything is decorated in the style of a boutique hotel.
Azamara ships offer several dining options, including the main dining rooms, called Discoveries Restaurant, as well as special places, including Prime C, serving steak, lamb, duck, and fish, and Aqualina, an Italian restaurant. Two cafes and a swimming pool surround the kitchen.
Five bars and lounges offer a fun atmosphere, such as the Cabaret Lounge, with reviews of all music, top musicians, and a variety of live band performances.
Cruisers can also relax aboard the Sanctum Spa, which offers a wide range of treatments, as well as fitness and wellness classes.
Each ship offers AzAmazing Festivals on board, a program of cultural events both on board and on land.
Highlights include cruises featuring art, music, and dance in iconic locations, including on-board programs focused on food and wine, and live performances and local cuisine hosted on ships.