Azamara will no longer require pre-cruise COVID testing

   July 20, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Beginning July 25, the ultra-luxury cruise travel brand Azamara will no longer require its passengers to submit a COVID test before their voyage, except when the visited ports require pre-travel Coronavirus testing in accordance with country regulations. 

Azamara will still require proof of vaccination before embarkation. 

All guests 12+ years of age must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to sailing.

Azamara Pursuit cruise ship

Azamara requires that passengers who received their initial doses of the COVID vaccine get a booster shot when they become eligible to do so.

Kids under 12 years of age don't have to be vaccinated.

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