Azamara Cruises announced that its entire fleet of 4 ships had officially returned to the high seas.
The company's full fleet is welcoming passengers with immersive land programs, country-intensive itineraries, and more overnights in each port of call, allowing travelers to immerse themselves in each of the destinations.
As its fleet restarts service, Azamara Cruises continues to reinforce the commitment to Destination Immersion experiences and will visit 362 ports around the world, with a total of 392 overnights, and 862 late nights, along with ~3,000 shore excursions, ~1,000 of which have been created since the COVID crisis began.
Azamara's newest cruise ship, Azamara Onward, celebrated her launch with a naming ceremony and traditional christening in Monte Carlo (Monaco) on May 2. After the ceremony, the vessel embarked on an 11-night Maiden Voyage throughout the Med, departing from Monte Carlo and concluding with an overnight in Ravenna (Porto Corsini, Italy).
Azamara Journey returned to service on Thursday, May 26, embarking on a 10-night Greece Intensive Voyage.
Azamara's 4 boats will sail Europe this summer, prior to heading to Asia, Australia, South America, and other global destinations. Program's highlights include:
- 10-night Greece Intensive Voyage onboard Azamara Journey
- 8-night Islands Of The Med Voyage onboard Azamara Onward
- 16-night Portuguese Pursuit Voyage onboard Azamara Pursuit
- 14-night India & Sri Lanka Voyage onboard Azamara Quest.