Azamara Club Cruises Introduces 2020 Itineraries

   May 19, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Azamara Club Cruises is due to debut in South Africa in 2020 with a series of ‘sail and safari’ options out of Cape Town.

Fly-cruise and cruise & stay options will be featured in January-February and at the end of 2020 with 6 departures in addition to repositioning cruises.

The destination-focused line is offering 10- and 11-night itineraries with pre- and post-cruise land stays. Port of Cape Town will also become the departure point for a 109-night voyage to London departing February 2020.

The addition of a 3rd identical ship to the fleet of Azamara in 2018 gives the luxury brand more flexibility to expand global coverage. Among the highlights in the programme for 2020 is a new transpacific itinerary from LA to Tahiti via Hawaii to Auckland. Departing January 5, the first 18-night leg to French Polynesia is followed by further 15 nights to New Zealand.

Azamara Pursuit (former P&O Adonia) returns to run 5 ex-UK trips from Southampton after a gap in 2019. The ship debuts this summer with August 1 departure before being named in the port on August 28.

Azamara Pursuit cruise ship

Currently being refurbished in Belfast, Azamara Pursuit will operate 5 cruises in May-June 2020 from the south coast port, of which a 3-night taster trip to the Channel Islands and Saint-Malo. Other itineraries include Iceland, Norway, the North Cape and round Britain & Ireland.

All three Azamara ships will meet together in port of Koper on Oct 8, 2020 for a special celebration prior to sailing together to Venice.

Passengers have the chance to sail on the different vessels on 3 consecutive voyages from Athens to Barcelona, Barcelona-Southampton and Southampton-Copenhagen between May-June 2020.

The year will see the fleet make a total of 40 maiden port calls.

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