Azamara Club Cruises (that’s their whole name) released the ports of call for 2016. Their two luxury high-end ships, the Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, will visit Australia and New Zealand, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Arabian Gulf, and the West Indies. This routing will provide passengers a choice of 204 ports in 70 countries.
In a novel idea, the ships will stay later in the towns than before. Typically, most ships berth at about 7 am then stay all day until about 5 before the sail away. Azamara will stay past 8 p.m. for almost 200 trips. Further, they will let pax spend the night at over 100 cities. This is perfect for folks with relatives to visit. This translates to overnighter on more than 100 calls.
In their published schedule, Azamara also will visit many new ports. – a draw to get repeat sailers. These will take guests on new adventures in 2016, with 44 new maiden calls in Australia and New Zealand, United Arab Emirates and Oman, Europe and the West Indies.
Conneting story => Bill Belew on Azamara
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