Azamara Club Cruises Releases 2020 Itineraries

Azamara Club Cruises has announced its 2020 itineraries with newly added destinations including South Africa, French Polynesia and Hawaii.

Azamara has carefully crafted its 2020 itineraries that emphasize spending more time in port. With 92 individual cruises across the three ships, Azamara will offer 41 maiden ports, 303 late night stays, 170 overnight stays and 40 country-intensive voyages.

In addition, Azamara will also unveil new Land and Sea packages hosted by Micato Safaris.

“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, in a prepared statement. “In 2020, Azamara will offer a total of 473 late night and overnight stays, a 12 percent increase from 2019, which will allow us to provide our guests with the opportunity to experience night touring at some of the most compelling destinations.”

2020 Azamara itineraries

Highlights for Azamara’s 2020 itineraries include ports of call in South Africa and the African Continent for the first time with a variety of land programs that take guests to the heart of Zulu culture, South Africa’s wine region, and beyond.

The new South Africa itineraries will coincide with pre and post-cruise packages from Micato Safaris.

The 2020 itineraries will also feature an 18-night maiden voyage to French Polynesia and Hawaii, visiting the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Oahu and Hilo and on 20 Feb, 2020, the Azamara Quest will be embarking on the brand’s second World Journey from Cape Town to Southampton.

Destination Immersion

Azamara continues to expand its extensive Destination Immersion programming and the cruise line’s 2020 itineraries will feature an assortment of specialty voyages, including country-intensive voyages. These sailings include Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, and South Africa.

Azamara ships to meet in 2020

On Oct 8, 2020, Azamara’s three sister ships will meet for the first time in Koper, Slovenia, where the cruise line will host a grand AzAmazing Evening in port for all guests on all three ships, and then sail together to Venice.

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