Vaccination and Testing Requirements
Azamara will require all guests 18 and older to be fully vaccinated no later than 14 days prior to departure. Both doses will be required or approved single-dose vaccines. Vaccines must be accepted by the World Health Organization and guests will be required to show verified documentation at check-in which can include the NHS app or vaccine card.
Covid-19 testing may be required as per guidance from the local Ministry of Health. More information will be sent closer to your sail date. Guests will also have their temperature taken on embarkation day and will be required to have filled out a pre-arrival Health Questionnaire.
Further detail around requirements specific to your cruise will be provided to you prior to departure.
As Azamara returns to sailing there will be fewer guests onboard to ensure that social distancing can be maintained.
All guests and crew will be required to wear face masks when social distancing isn’t possible including indoor public areas, terminals and during shore excursions. Guests will not be required to wear masks in their staterooms, while dining in restaurants or in outdoor areas where social distancing can be maintained.
Going ashore independently for international guests may vary from destination to destination, and Azamar encourages guests to explore on one of their curated shore excursions, whether that be a small group experience or a private one.
What will the dining experience be like?
Azamara restaurants will be open, but some changes may be in place. Reservations are recommended and can be done onboard, while the layout will be adapted to allow for social distancing. In addition, buffets will be served by crew rather than self service. Room service will be available with contactless delivery.
What services will be available for Suite guests?
From priority boarding to upgraded bathroom amenities, guests staying in an Azamara Suite can expect the same services as always.
Azamara will require all guests 12 and older and crew to be fully vaccinated no later than 14 days prior to departure. Both doses will be required or approved single-dose vaccines. Vaccines must be accepted by the World Health Organization and guests will be required to show verified documentation at check-in. Verified documentation should be in the form of the original vaccination record document issued by either (1) the country’s health authority that administered the vaccination (e.g., U.S. CDC’s Vaccination Record Card) or (2) the guest’s medical provider that administered the vaccination.