The ultimate in luxury, country-club style cruising, Azamara Journey hosts just 710 guests. Small and sleek in design, this vessel sails to a wide range of exotic, off-the-beaten-track destinations other larger cruise ships simply cannot go. When you arrive in these exclusive ports, Azamara will offer more intimate, truly immersive excursions and activities, creating once-in-a-lifetime experiences in far-flung corners of the globe. However, it's not just about your time ashore, as with Azamara Journey each moment onboard will be extra special. From delicious dining options to hours spent relaxing and taking in the views on deck, you'll never forget your voyage on this spectacular ship.
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Open seating is the format in the Main Dining Room, and while you're welcome to dress up in your finest attire, it is never required. The Patio (previously known as the Pool Grill) provides guests with an al fresco dining experience, fresh decor, occasional live music and exciting menus. Once you’re done with the main course, satisfy your sweet tooth at Swirl & Top, Azamara Journey's self-service frozen yogurt station.
Azamara Journey has two speciality restaurants. Aqualina has Mediterranean influences while Prime C offers steak and seafood speciality dishes. Specialty dining is complimentary for guests staying in suites, however if you are staying in a different stateroom, you can pay a service charge of $30 per person to sample this fantastic speciality cuisine.
Offering a wide range of daily enrichment programmes including wine tastings, seminars and culinary demonstrations, Azamara will stimulate body, mind and soul. Live entertainment will also feature throughout your cruise, including in the Showcase Theatre where some of the best shows at sea are performed. The White Night Parties, meanwhile, are not to be missed by anyone who enjoys live music and dancing through the night.
Alternatively, head to the casino and hope that luck is on your side. Keeping you entertained with roulette, slot machines, and blackjack and poker games, there's so much to do, especially when individual gaming lessons are offered completely free of charge. You’ll be hitting the jackpot in no time!
Relax in the impressive Sanctum Spa and let Azamara Cruises transport you to a whole new world with treatments inspired by rituals from exotic cultures. Discover a state of complete tranquility as you experience the most luxurious spa at sea.
Get involved in the large amount of activities available onboard and make the most of your luxury cruise holiday. Azamara Cruises' enrichment classes and programs are full of know-how, knowledge and unexpected fun. Let the destination expert enlighten you in one of a variety of topics offered including food and etiquette, marine wildlife, history, and culture and art. These programmes are demonstrated through various methods, such as hands-on demonstrations, seminars and lectures and shore excursions. Schedules can be found in the daily newsletter onboard the ship or by watching Azamara TV.
We have been on Azamara before and like the informal but good cruise experience. On this occasion the current situation meant that we wondered how it would all work with restrictions. However Azamara Journey and its crew made us feel safe and the service was excellent. The ship was very quiet due to low numbers but this was good for the passengers, not so good for the Azamara business I am sure. It felt almost like normal life, except for the masks so it exceeded our expectations
Only one complaint that they did not offer any transport for passengers to explore ports on their own. Many of the passengers were senior citizens and the walk to reach nearest town to port was too hard and also I travelled with a members of my family who definitely could not walk more than a few hundred yards. Even if there was a small charge to get us into nearest town to port that would be acceptable
Due to less than half the amount of passengers it seemed to lack the normal sparkle and buzz. It seemed pretty safe and people generally played the game. Entertainment was not end to end with gaps. But we felt it was a good holiday and worth doing all the paperwork! It's nice to be back after nearly 2 years - hopefully more to come.
The onboard experience was really good but shore-side, up to and including embarkation, was a complete shambles. It took repeated emails and telephone calls to Azamara to get the Guest Booklet / luggage tags sorted. We were supposed to have priority embarkation as we had booked a suite but this didn't happen; we sat in a queue for nearly two hours after arriving at the check-in (no refreshments were offered at any point until after we were onboard). Azamara state "more inclusive drinks" in their advertising. This is simply not correct. The basic package includes cheap beer (only 4 varieties on offer - everything else charged at full price) and spirits. I don't know who Azamara are competing with but they really need to up their game if they want to challenge some of the other boutique cruising companies.