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Azamara removes casino as part of Azamara Quest refurbishment

Azamara Club Cruises has finalized refurbishments to Azamara Quest following her recent Singapore dry dock.

Azamara Quest now boasts a number of enhancements, including the removal of the casino – replicating Azamara Pursuit’s “The Den”; a newly designed gift shop, and the addition of six new Ocean View staterooms.

Casino Turned Lounge:

Azamara Club Cruises announces 2021-2022 sailings

 Azamara Club Cruises revealed details of its global 2021 and early 2022 deployment, featuring brand new destinations, more overnights and new Grand Voyages.

The cruise line will offer over  140 overnight stays around the world. In particular, guests on Azamara will discover expanded itineraries to Eastern Europe in the Black Sea and Turkey, including overnights in Istanbul and calls to hidden gems including Antalya and Sinop.

10 Maiden Ports Include:

Azamara Club Cruises Expands Signature AzAmazing Evenings With 15 New Experiences

Azamara Club Cruises has 15 new signature evening events designed to connect guests to the local culture of a destination.

Exclusive to Azamara, AzAmazing Evenings are unique to each location and feature local talent and performances, and in many occasions hosted in historic venues, including The Odeon of Ancient Ephesus in Turkey and The Solìs Theatre in Uruguay.

Highlights from the new AzAmazing Evenings Include:

Lura at Pateo Da Gale

Azamara Club Cruises Announces Grand Voyage Series

Azamara Club Cruises announced a series of special voyages throughout 2019 and 2020 that allow guests the chance to sail back-to-back cruises through different regions.

Designed for those with ample time and the inclination to explore, Grand Voyages consist of two, three or more consecutive individual voyages - all featuring exciting combinations of more than 25 popular and lesser-known ports that allow guests to really get under the skin of one or more regions.

Azamara closes out Australia cruise season

Azamara Club Cruises bid farewell to Australia as the 690-guest Azamara Quest wrapped up her season in Australia.

The ship arrived in Sydney Harbour today, which marked the end of Azamara’s fourth and longest season down under, as well as Quest’s last visit for some years, as Azamara Journey and Pursuit will be deployed down under for the following two summer cruise seasons.

Aussie Turtle Expert Joins Azamara WWF Speaker Series

Azamara Club Cruises announced today it will feature a conservation expert aboard Azamara Quest to educate guests on what they can to help protect marine turtles including the endangered hawksbill turtle.

Christine Hof, renowned marine biologist and WWF Marine Species Project Manager, joins the 14-night Australia and Indonesia voyage departing Cairns on 8 March as part of the line’s WWF Guest Speaker Series.

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