With the aim to offer even more immersive experiences to its guests, Azamara Club Cruises recently announced its extensive itineraries for 2020, which include additional features and new destinations.
According to an announcement, Azamara will be expanding its global coverage by calling in South Africa, French Polynesia and Hawaii for the first time. “Our guests spoke and we listened; the addition of our third ship, the Azamara Pursuit, has allowed us to expand our footprint across all seven continents, bringing guests to new destinations, new experiences and new opportunities,” said Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises.
With a total of 92 individual cruises across the three ships, the company will offer 41 maiden ports. “Azamara will provide a total of 473 late night and overnight stays, a 12 percent increase from 2019, which will allow us to offer our guests the opportunity to experience night touring at some of the most compelling destinations,” Pimentel added.
Greece in Azamara’s 2020 itineraries
Nearly half of Azamara’s 2020 itineraries will include country-intensive voyages to Ireland, Scotland, Denmark and Greece, among many other destinations.
The company has included Athens, to its “Triple Tour”, which is a 42-night voyage starting in May 26, 2020, from the Greek capital to Copenhagen, allowing guests to sail on all three ships and get an in-depth experience with crew members across the entire fleet. More details on the Triple Tour will be available in early summer of 2018.
Navigator Travel is the GSA (general sales agent) for Azamara Club Cruises in Greece.
Furthermore, the company’s South Africa/African Continent and South Pacific itineraries will offer an exceptional variety of immersive land programs that will take travelers to the heart of Zulu culture, South Africa’s most famous wine region, and beyond.
The new South Africa itineraries will coincide with pre-and post-cruise packages from Micato Safaris, a luxury safari outfitter that will further enhance the brand’s immersive land products.
The 2020 itineraries will also feature an 18-night maiden voyage to French Polynesia and Hawaii, visiting some of the most unique Hawaiian Islands (Maui, Oahu and Hilo).
Azamara Club Cruises is a boutique upmarket cruise line, operated by Royal Caribbean Cruises.