“The Azamara Pursuit, announced in September, joins sister ships Azamara Quest and Azamara Journey in providing guests with one-of-a-kind curated experiences and access to some of the most exotic destinations around the globe,” Azamara Club Cruises said in an announcement.
Azamara Pursuit will increase the brand’s destination offerings by 40 percent and will add 61 more destinations. Guests will also stay longer and experience more with 48 late nights and 26 overnights.
Guests will get to experience some of the most unique destinations worldwide, including 15 maiden calls to Agadir, Morocco; Monemvasia, Greece; Antofagasta, Chile; Pisco (San Martin), Peru; Chilean Fjords; Salaverry (Trujillo), Peru; Cruising Beagle Channel; Samos, Greece; Fowey, United Kingdom; San Antonio, Chile; Laguna San Rafael, Chile; Seyisfjorur, Iceland; Lima (Callao), Peru; Spetses, Greece; Maceio, Brazil.
Azamara Pursuit will also feature attractive experiences in key ports of South America and Europe.
“By expanding our destination offerings, guests will be able to experience even more regions of the world and revisit regions we haven’t been to in some time now,” said Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises.
Building on the Azamara brand promise, Pimentel continued, “Like its sisters, Azamara Pursuit will take guests to the most uniquely curated destination experiences.”
Azamara Pursuit is comparable in size to the Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, allowing guests access to unique ports that larger ships are unable to reach. Together, the three ships will now offer guests the opportunity to visit 7 continents and 217 ports from August 28, 2018 to April 5, 2019.
Navigator Travel is the GSA (general sales agent) for Azamara Club Cruises in Greece.