New Videos Nail the Azamara Club Cruise Experience

New Videos Nail the Azamara Club Cruise Experience

Is it the destination or the journey? Azamara Club Cruises seem to have cleverly carved out a special niche in the Luxury Cruise market by focusing on Itineraries and more overnight stays in destination. Once you’ve experienced a voyage the Azamara way—longer stays, more overnights and inclusive amenities — it seems  you’ll be planning your next voyage before you leave the ship.

These new videos give a wonderful flavour of what you can expect when cruising with Azamara Club Cruises.

Azamara is part of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. a Norwegian / American global cruise company incorporated in Liberia and based in Miami, Florida. It is the world’s second-largest cruise line operator, after Carnival Corporation & plc. As of March 2009, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. fully owns five cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises and CDF Croisières de France, plus has a 50% stake in TUI Cruises. Previously Royal Caribbean Cruises also owned 50% of Island Cruises, but this was sold to TUI Travel PLC in October 2008.

Azamara’s two intimate, 694-guest ships, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, with a combination of 347 suites and staterooms, offer a European-boutique hotel ambiance with extraordinary service, fine cuisine and wines from around the world, and wellness and vitality programs, all while sailing to destinations larger ships cannot reach, often staying overnight.

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