Western Caribbean Highlights with Miami Stay, 18 November 2019 (13 nights)

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Three Nights Hotel Stay in Miami Beach

Ship:
Azamara Journey
Line:
Azamara Cruises
Departure:
Miami
Depart Date:
18th November 2019
Duration:
13 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
View 43 reviews
Cruise Type:
Cruise and Stay
  • 3 Nts Stay Miami Beach
  • All Overseas Transfers
  • Return Flights
  • All Inclusive
  • Tips Included
  • Hotel Included
Club Oceanview from
£2,049 pp
Club Balcony from
£2,329 pp
Continent Suite from
£3,979 pp
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Cruise Id: 216772

Holiday Features

  • Luxury Stateroom Accommodation
  • Luxurious cotton bed linens
  • All meals and Nite Bites
  • 24 hour room service
  • Bottled water & soft drink, speciality teas & coffees
  • Select standard spirits, international beers and wines* 
  • All entertainment
  • Fitness Centre & Aqua Spa (extra charges apply)
  • Enriching lectures
  • Self Service Laundry
  • Complimentary shuttle bus in Port where available
  • English butler service for suite guests
  • Gratuities
*Available at all bars and restaurants during opening hours, except when ordered as room service where normal charges apply.
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly UK/Miami
1 Fly UK/Miami
1-3 Miami Hotel Stay - 3 Nights
1-3 Miami Hotel Stay - 3 Nights
4 Miami
4 Miami
5 At Sea
5 At Sea
6 Labadee
Labadee
The resort is completely tourist-oriented and safe as there is a personal security force. A controlled group of Haitian merchants are given sole rights to sell their merchandise and establish their businesses in the resort. Although sometimes described as an island in its own right in advertisements, it is actually contiguous with the island of Hispaniola. However, the site is fenced off from the surrounding area. The cruise ships anchor offshore and passengers are ferried to the resort
6 Labadee
Labadee
The resort is completely tourist-oriented and safe as there is a personal security force. A controlled group of Haitian merchants are given sole rights to sell their merchandise and establish their businesses in the resort. Although sometimes described as an island in its own right in advertisements, it is actually contiguous with the island of Hispaniola. However, the site is fenced off from the surrounding area. The cruise ships anchor offshore and passengers are ferried to the resort
7 At Sea
7 At Sea
8 Gustavia, St. Barts
8 Gustavia, St. Barts
9 Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
The island of St Maarten is peacefully divided into the Dutch and French state. Philipsburg, the Dutch capital, offers fantastic stores and boutiques as well as fine beers.
9 Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
The island of St Maarten is peacefully divided into the Dutch and French state. Philipsburg, the Dutch capital, offers fantastic stores and boutiques as well as fine beers.
10 St. John's, Antigua
St. John's, Antigua
You will fall in love with this secluded island…a true paradise with 365 white sandy beaches (one for every day of the year), gingerbread architecture and hummingbirds. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard National Park to explore restores naval buildings, nautical museums and lush tropical vegetation. Then head to Montserrat, from here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the active Soufriere Hills volcano. You will be charmed by the local pottery, the great shops, the delicious Antiguan food and the friendliness of the local people. For those of you that like snorkelling, the sheltered bay on Bird Island is a must. Surrounded by a wall of coral reef, Antigua will inspire and excite you.
10 St. John's, Antigua
St. John's, Antigua
You will fall in love with this secluded island…a true paradise with 365 white sandy beaches (one for every day of the year), gingerbread architecture and hummingbirds. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard National Park to explore restores naval buildings, nautical museums and lush tropical vegetation. Then head to Montserrat, from here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the active Soufriere Hills volcano. You will be charmed by the local pottery, the great shops, the delicious Antiguan food and the friendliness of the local people. For those of you that like snorkelling, the sheltered bay on Bird Island is a must. Surrounded by a wall of coral reef, Antigua will inspire and excite you.
11 Basseterre, St. Kitts
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Immerse yourself in the wonderful scenery of lush rainforests, eighteen century balconied white houses, unspoilt coastline and secluded cliffs and caves. You can relax on one of the many flawless beaches or explore the countryside. Highlights of the island include the octagonal Circus of the capital Basseterre, Brimstone Hill Fortress with its stunning views, Romney Manor with its fantastic shops, a Roman Catholic cathedral and a colourful fountain. After sightseeing, why not enjoy an exciting horse ride along Frigate Bay Beach?
11 Basseterre, St. Kitts
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Immerse yourself in the wonderful scenery of lush rainforests, eighteen century balconied white houses, unspoilt coastline and secluded cliffs and caves. You can relax on one of the many flawless beaches or explore the countryside. Highlights of the island include the octagonal Circus of the capital Basseterre, Brimstone Hill Fortress with its stunning views, Romney Manor with its fantastic shops, a Roman Catholic cathedral and a colourful fountain. After sightseeing, why not enjoy an exciting horse ride along Frigate Bay Beach?
12 Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda is the third-largest and second most populous of the British Virgin Islands (BVI). Located at approximately 18 degrees, 48 minutes North, and 64 degrees, 30 minutes West, it covers an area of about 8 square miles (21 km²). Christopher Columbus is said to have named the island "The Fat Virgin", because the island's profile on the horizon looks like a fat woman lying on her side.
12 Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda is the third-largest and second most populous of the British Virgin Islands (BVI). Located at approximately 18 degrees, 48 minutes North, and 64 degrees, 30 minutes West, it covers an area of about 8 square miles (21 km²). Christopher Columbus is said to have named the island "The Fat Virgin", because the island's profile on the horizon looks like a fat woman lying on her side.
13 San Juan
San Juan
San Juan is one of the biggest natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest city in the Americas.
13 San Juan
San Juan
San Juan is one of the biggest natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest city in the Americas.
13 Fly San Juan/UK
13 Fly San Juan/UK
14 Arrive in UK
14 Arrive in UK
This sailing calls at Labadee, Haiti. Whilst Labadee is a contained and secured resort area, UK Government’s current travel advisory for Haiti advises against all but essential travel. Latest updates can be found on at fco.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice.

Cabins on the Azamara Journey

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Customer reviews for Azamara Journey

  • Azamara Journey
  • Azamara Cruises
  • 27 Jun 2019

Had a lovely cruise to Cuba and the Caribbean and up to New York in March. The cabin a inside was fine a the food was great ,we liked that the ship docked close to the centre of the town and mostly didnt leave until 10.00pm so plenty of time to go out a about. We found this ship small a friendly and met a lot of nice people to talk to , We were on board with our youngest son a fiance and they enjoyed the cruise as well . We would definitely book another cruise with Azamra and would recomend them ,We will be looking to book again next year .

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  • Azamara Journey
  • Azamara Cruises
  • 05 Jun 2019

The cruise and the initial 3 days in Rome were excellent. A significant contributor to this was the lesser number of passengers on the ship. The captain was actively involved around the ship, particularly focusing on safety regarding boarding and alighting from the tenders. Access to most of the ports was by tenders and there were some heavy seas that had to be dealt with. There were a couple of issues. Firstly, the specialty restaurants. We arranged a deal to eat in the specialty restaurants - 3 meals covering the 2 restaurants for $70 per head. We visited the Italian restaurant first of all but found the menu rather bland and there was some pressure in the restaurant to add a caviar starter to the cost as well as a bottle of champagne. Both were costly. A friend who came with us found the seafood starter to be off - it smelled bad. The maitre d' apologised and said that he would inform the chef. However, we talked to Guest Relations and said that we would like to cancel our second meal at the Italian restaurant and left her to determine the necessary adjustment to the cost of the 3 meal deal. We did retain our booking at the American restaurant. I have to say that this restaurant was the exact opposite of the Italian. The menu was varied and the food that we and our guests chose were all exceptional. The experience was helped significantly by the outstanding waiter who served us. In the end, the ship cancelled the cost of the 3 meals for all 4 of us and our guests - which was a good and acceptable resolution to the problem. The second issue relates to tickets we purchased from IGLU for access to the Monaco Grand Prix. They cost Euros 100 per person. We got to the circuit early and found the specified entrance to the circuit. Unfortunately it didn't provide access to the circuit, solely to a road that ran up a steep hill that was close to the circuit. It had already been accessed by hundreds of fans who obviously knew of the viewing restrictions - the crowd was 10 deep. We could hear cars and had the occasional sight of a car, but not sufficient to see the race. In frustration, because we had not been advised of the serious viewing restrictions, we decided to return to the ship and watch the race on the television.

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  • Azamara Journey
  • Azamara Cruises
  • 16 Jan 2019

We enjoyed our Christamas and New Years Cruise to the fullest. The service on Azamara Journey was top noch. The only thing we missed as Europeans was to be able to get a liquere with our coffee after dinner and some sweet wine for dessert. That is in the normal drink package. No fancy labels, just a plain brandy, kalua and portwine. When the ship has 3 different whiskys to cater for the English speaking, it ought to also have something for us main land Europeans. Best regards, Anna and Per ( personal details removed) ,stateroom 4028

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Terms and Conditions

All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.

Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.

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