Azamara's club cruising concept has been steadily growing in popularity in recent years, offering suberb service in a relaxed atmosphere, onboard intimate ships. To capitalise on their growing popularity Azamara have been looking at how to improve the brand further and have decide to go more inclusive than ever.
Passengers love the ships, love the itineraries — which include more intimate ports such as Portofino and St. Tropez — and love the atmosphere onboard, so deciding how to further improve the experience only had one real option. Go all-inclusive.
The current all-inclusive trend has been centred on drinks packages, whereas Azamara have decided the whole experience needs to be more all-in. So, on top of selected spirits and a good selection of wine, cocktails, and international beers, Azamara will be offering a selection of complimentary evening shore excursions.
The AzAmazing Evening will consist of one immersive, complimentary shore excursion each cruise. A night to remember, compromising of evening entertainment, local cuisine and beverages ashore. For example you could enjoy cocktails and a concert at the Villa Rufalu in Ravello, on the beautiful Amalfi coast, a ballet evening in at the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St Petersburg or a polo match and reception in St Tropez.
So, as well as the above, Azamara's more-inclusive cruises will include:
- Gratuities for housekeeping, dining and waiting staff.
- All bottled waters, soft drinks, speciality teas and coffees.
- Onboard concierge services for personal guidance.
- English butler service in suites.
- Shuttle bus to and from ports, where available.
With their cruise deals 2013 all inclusive holidays, Azamara Cruises have really pushed the boat out.
Written by Charlie-Hamilton Beaufort
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