Azamara Club Cruises 2021 and early 2022 cruise p

first_imgAzamara Club Cruises’ 2021 and early 2022 cruise program features new destinations, more overnights and new Grand Voyages.“Being a leader in Destination Immersion means staying ahead, which is why we’re thrilled to introduce our 2021 and early 2022 itineraries,” says Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises.“With our commitment to connect people with culture, our guests can uncover world wonders, including new destinations such as Guyayaquil, Ecuador, with an overland expedition to the Galapagos Islands. We will also return to Japan, one of our most popular country-intensive itineraries, which visits marquee ports like Tokyo and Kobe, as well as the remote treasures of Kitakyushu and Kanazawa.”Guests can expect over 140 overnight stays around the world, including expanded itineraries to Eastern Europe in the Black Sea and Turkey, including overnights in Istanbul and calls to hidden gems including Antalya and Sinop.In 2021, Azamara will double its overnights in France and Spain since 2015. Examples of shore excursions include:Australian cruisers can look forward to Azamara’s local 2020/21 summer cruise season, which will see Azamara Pursuit sail local waters for the very first time. Azamara Club Cruises’ newest cruise ship will offer six Australian sailings between December 2020 and March 2021, departing from Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland. The season will see over 15 late night port calls as well as visits to off-the-beaten-track destinations such as Kangaroo Island in South Australia, Fraser Island in Queensland and Gisborne in New Zealand. 20212022Azamara Clubcruiselast_img read more