Hello everyone and thank you for taking the time to read my Azamara Club Cruises blog. In Part 1 of my blog I explore the reasons for choosing Azamara and the reason for the high number of repeat guests.
Azamara Club Cruises are practically all inclusive so included in your cruise fare is the below….
- Selected spirits, international beers and wine
- Bottled water, soft drinks, speciality teas and coffees
- English Butler for suite guests
- Self service laundry and supplies
- Concierge services for personal planning and reservations
- Shuttle services at port destinations wherever available
- one Azamazing evenings event for every guest – excluding transatlantic voyages
The Azamazing evening event that is offered for every guest is basically where guests are taken as a group onto land for an evening of culture, local life and traditions. Here;s a taster video of what you’d expect:
There are 2 ships in the Azamara fleet the Journey and the Quest. Both are sister ships and accommodate a passenger capacity of approx. 700 guests and have a net tonnage of approx. 30,000. So as you see the ships are very small in comparison with a lot of cruise lines. Some may see the smaller ships as a disadvantage as of course there are much less facilities however, from personal experience of Azamara I can tell you that with the ships being smaller there are many advantages! For example the Azamara ships get into much smaller ports that a lot of the bigger ships are unable to dock into. I also found that with the ships being much smaller and having fewer guests the general feel onboard seems much more friendly as guests tend to get to know one another. Another point to make is that although Azamara are 5* plus rated there is a very informal feel to life on board as there are no formal nights and set dining times so guests are free to dine when they like. The dress code throughout is known as club casual which again makes on board life much more relaxed. On board when I cruised with Azamara they also offered an exclusive themed night named ‘White night’. On this night guests can dine alfresco. The deck is transformed into a pretty al fresco restaurant with ice sculptures and captains serving guests, I found it was an extremely enjoyable night of the cruise.
I hope my blog gives you food for thought regarding Azamara Club Cruises ! If you’d like to see our sailings and deals CLICK HERE or you can feel free to contact me directly to discuss Azamara Cruises further on my direct line 0161 798 2518
Did you know here at Cruise Club UK we have a Loyalty Bonus Scheme. Book your chosen cabin type and you can receive up to 50 Bonus Points (1 Point = £1) That’s a saving of up to £50 off your next cruise booked with us.