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Since 2010, Azamara® has delivered a unique way to travel that we call Destination Immersion® experiences. Our intimate, club-like ships can fit in smaller ports bigger vessels can’t visit, and as a crew member, you'll experience destinations that aren’t even on the map for other cruises. With smaller ports, longer stays, and more overnights than other cruise lines, Azamara makes it easier than ever to be immersed in the heart of local cultures in the ports we visit.

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The Azamara experience permeates from onboard with our top-tier crew, premier service, and a fleet of boutique ships. Azamara is comprised of four R-class ships: Azamara Journey®, Azamara Quest®, Azamara Pursuit® and Azamara Onward®. Our smaller ships accommodate up to 702 guests, and are perfectly sized to cross oceans, sail into intimate rivers, cruise along scenic waterways, and dock at locations bigger ships can’t reach.

Guests enjoy many inclusive amenities such as gratuities; select standard spirits, international beers, and wines; bottled water, soft drinks, specialty coffees and teas; self-service laundry; shuttle service to and from port communities; concierge services; and one complimentary destination event on each voyage: AzAmazing Evening® or Destination Celebration®.

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Our global guests come to us for the destinations we visit and the cultural connections we make, but they return to Azamara for the unforgettable hospitality that our crew provides. Our staff-to-guest ratio is 1.7 staff to 2 guests, and this allows us to offer personal, hands-on and friendly service from the first point of contact to the end of the voyage. Our crew comes from every corner of the world, and are the men and women at the heart and soul of our brand.

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Our logo consists of three main elements: land, sea, and star. The main visual component of our logo is an open world. The left stroke of the “world” represents the Earth and our extensive land program offerings. The right stroke represents the sea and the vastness that the Azamara ships cross. The third component of our logo is the star, paying homage to our brand’s earliest roots. The name “Azamara” was inspired by “Acamar,” a star revered by the ancient Greeks, as it was the brightest in the southern sky. Similar to the North Star, our star serves as a navigational beacon of light, guiding us as we cross extensive paths over both land and sea.

Altogether, the land, sea, and star represent Azamara’s mission of connecting guests to unique explorations in unparalleled destinations across the planet.

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1050 Caribbean Way Miami, FL, 33132 USA

Phone: +1 (305) 539-6000

Company Website:  www.azamaraclubcruises.com Employment Web Pages:   Azamara Careers at Sea Passenger Loyalty Program: Le Club Voyage

Azamara Club Cruises is a premium luxury brand operated under the Royal Caribbean Cruises corporate umbrella. Azamara currently operates two 700-passenger vessels that cater to up-market travellers. Their ships are well appointed with luxury amenities and their website describes their cruise line as having “boutique European hotel ambience with extraordinary service and fine cuisine”. Their passenger demographic is international with 60% of their guests coming from North America while the others come mostly from Europe and Australia. They recruit worldwide with the assistance of hiring partners that are listed in their employment pages.

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Azamara Journey Entered Service: 2000 Tonnage: 30,277 GRT Total Passengers: 694 Total Crew: 408

Azamara Quest Entered Service: 2000 Tonnage: 30,277 GRT Total Passengers: 694 Total Crew: 408

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Azamara is a cruise line that operates three luxury cruise ships . The brand was previously owned by Royal Caribbean Group (parent of Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises ), but now operates as an independent brand.

Facts About Azamara

Formed in 2007, the Azamara brand operated two 700-passenger ships that Royal Caribbean Group had acquired in the acquisition of Pullmantur Cruises . These were renamed Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. In 2018, a third sister ship was added to the fleet, named Azamara Pursuit. It was acquired from P&O Cruises as the former Adonia.

In June 2019, Azamara Club Cruises changed its name and branding to Azamara, dropping the “Club Cruises” part of their name.

In January 2021, Royal Caribbean Group announced it would sell its Azamara brand to Sycamore Partners, a private equity investment firm. Sycamore Partners also announced in January 2021 that it would be acquiring the former Pacific Princess from Princess Cruises. In March 2021 the sale Azamara to Sycamore Partners was complete. It is expected to debut for Azamara in 2022.

Azamara’s Chief Operating Officer Carol Cabezas was appointed as President of the brand and Orlando Ashford (former President of Holland America) was hired as Executive Chairman.

In September 2021, Azamara announced that Starboard Cruise Services had become its fleetwide retail partner.

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The ultimate guide to Azamara cruise ships and itineraries

Ashley Kosciolek

Azamara Cruises is interesting. Although it includes more in its fares -- gratuities, basic alcohol and some shore excursions -- than most cruise lines, it's not full-on luxury . However it's not mainstream, like Carnival or Royal Caribbean, either.

It has carved out an industry niche that caters to affluent, well-traveled cruisers who enjoy smaller vessels, a country house ambiance and itineraries that focus on destination immersion.

The ships in its four-vessel fleet are nearly identical, all belonging to the R Class, which was originally developed for now-defunct line Renaissance Cruises. Azamara prides itself on bringing its passengers familiarity and onboard experiences that are similar from ship to ship. You won't find waterslides or roller coasters, and that's exactly how the line's demographic likes it.

One of the line's most notable hallmarks is its focus on longer, later stays in port. Coupled with its AzAmazing Evenings program, which takes cruisers ashore to experience cultural performances in jaw-dropping locations, the experience is a little less superficial-feeling than other cruise excursions.

Here, you'll find a rundown of all the crucial information you'll need to decide if an Azamara sailing is right for you.

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3 things TPG loves about Azamara Cruises

  • Its ships' smaller size and rich history.
  • Later port calls that allow passengers to experience nightlife in several destinations.
  • Its upscale yet homey onboard ambiance.

What we could do without

  • Its lack of accommodations for solo cruisers.

The Azamara Cruises fleet

Azamara Cruises is one of the cruise industry's smallest lines, with just four ships -- Azamara Quest, Azamara Journey, Azamara Pursuit and Azamara Onward -- at the time of publication. All of Azamara's vessels are R-Class ships, originally built for now-defunct Renaissance Cruises, which folded in 2001, just a couple of years after the vessels debuted.

Azamara has rounded up the ships -- including the most recent, which it acquired from Princess Cruises during the pandemic -- over the years and refurbished them to add the line's signature upscale furnishings. In fact, it did such an impressive job that you'd hardly be able to guess that the vessels are more than 20 years old.

Each of the ships has the capacity for about 700 passengers, which places them in the midsize range -- large enough to provide a laundry list of amenities, but small enough that passengers can still enjoy calls on a number of ports that larger ships can't access.

At just a little more than 30,000 gross registered tons apiece, the ships are about an eighth of the size of Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas, which is the largest cruise ship in the world.

During 2020's industrywide pandemic shutdown, Royal Caribbean Group, which previously owned Azamara, sold the line to private equity firm Sycamore Partners. Azamara's president, Carol Cabezas, told TPG that the firm has plans for expansion. Although Cabezas didn't elaborate, Azamara fans anticipate that new hardware could be in the line's future .

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Destinations and itineraries

Azamara's ships sail in several regions, including Africa, South America, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, with an emphasis on the Mediterranean, Baltic Sea, Western Europe, British Isles and Greece.

"They cannot get enough of Croatia, Italy, Greece," Cabezas said. "Those are the kinds of places that people want to sail in, so we've dedicated a lot of the deployment into those country-intensives. That and Black Sea."

Azamara prides itself on being destination-immersive, which includes staying late in port -- often until 10 p.m. or even overnight -- to allow passengers more time to soak in the heritage. On most sailings, the line also offers its signature AzAmazing Evenings, which take cruisers ashore to iconic venues where they can experience local cultural performances. (At the time of publication, the line was offering cultural performances onboard , rather than ashore, due to COVID-19.)

Most itineraries range from a week to two weeks in length, but the line has also offered itineraries lasting more than 100 days, calling on more than 60 ports in more than two dozen countries.

Who sails Azamara Cruises?

Due to its price point, popularity in Europe and lack of short voyages, Azamara appeals to older, more affluent travelers with a surplus of vacation time. The average age can fluctuate from sailing to sailing, but it's common to find most passengers in their 60s and 70s.

The line's demographic is largely well traveled and port savvy, with many passengers forgoing shore excursions in favor of independent exploration.

Azamara also draws a large number of repeat cruisers, many having sailed with the line numerous times.

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Cabins and suites

All of Azamara's staterooms , regardless of type or category, include at least one queen bed that can convert to two twins, a desk/vanity with a phone, nightstands with reading lamps, at least one TV that's a minimum of 40 inches, outlets and USB charging ports, a minibar, individual climate controls, closets, a safe, a hair dryer, robes, slippers, umbrellas and fresh flowers.

Each cabin has its own bathroom with towels, bath products, a shower, sink/vanity, storage shelves and a toilet. Additionally, all rooms include daily make-up and turndown services, as well as 24-hour room service, a tote bag, a daily bulletin of activities and turndown treats.

All suites come with complimentary butler service for their occupants.

Accommodations on Azamara's ships come in four types: insides (no natural light, 158 square feet), outsides (windows that don't open, 143 square feet), balconies (small outdoor deck areas with sliding glass doors) and suites (like balcony cabins but larger and with more perks). There are several options within each category, including seven cabins on each ship that allow access for passengers in wheelchairs and scooters.

Options within the balcony and suite categories are:

Club Veranda: This basic balcony-style cabin offers 175 square feet, plus a 40-square-foot veranda with two upright chairs and a small table.

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Club Veranda Plus: The same size and general layout as regular Club Verandas, these rooms factor in passengers' loyalty status to determine the level of benefits occupants will receive during their sailing. All passengers booked in Club Veranda Plus accommodations are entitled to complimentary Wi-Fi minutes, one free bag of laundry every seven days, one complimentary meal for two in a for-fee restaurant every seven days, priority embarkation and disembarkation and free in-cabin alcohol.

Club Continent Suites: The smallest of the line's suite accommodations, Club Continent Suites are 266 square feet with 60-square-foot balconies. They include all of the amenities mentioned above, as well as a large seating area with a 55-inch flat-screen TV. Besides the TV and the increased square footage, some Club Continent Suite bathrooms also have bathtubs instead of only a stand-up shower.

Club Spa Suites: These suites are located near the Sanctum Spa on each vessel. In addition to soothing decor, cruisers booked in these rooms can expect healthy snacks to be delivered daily. They can also enjoy in-cabin spa music and their own glass-enclosed soaking bathtub. Additionally, Club Spa Suites have rain showerheads and all of the amenities afforded to veranda cabins but with a larger (55-inch) TV and 414 square feet of space, plus a 60-square-foot balcony.

Club Ocean Suites: These 478-square-foot luxury digs come with 173-square-foot verandas, a separate living room and bedroom setup (each room with a 55-inch TV), marble shower-only bathrooms (except on Journey and Quest, which have bathtubs), dressing rooms with vanities and additional closet space. Further, passengers staying in these suites have access to all of the perks to which those in balcony cabins are entitled.

Club World Owner's Suites: The Club World Owner's Suites are Azamara's most lavish, offering everything afforded to those booked in Club Ocean Suites but with significantly more space — 603 square feet with 233-square-foot balconies. They have marble bathrooms (with bathtubs on Journey and Quest) and separate living room and bedroom areas, each with its own television (55 inches in the former and 40 inches in the latter).

At this time, the line does not offer any cabins for solo cruisers, which means the already pricey fares for Azamara's sailings double if you're traveling alone.

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Restaurants and dining

Azamara's dining options, although few, are impressive. Steak and seafood are often in the spotlight, and the quality is outstanding.

The line's ships each have one main dining room, Discoveries Restaurant, that allows passengers to dine at any time during set hours for complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner. The waiter-served menu there changes daily, and you should plan on spending at least 90 minutes for dinner, especially if you're having dessert.

Windows Cafe is the line's free buffet venue, which appears on all ships and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Previously a self-serve eatery, thanks to the pandemic passengers now simply point to what they would like and a crew member doles it out. For dinner, cruisers are seated and given menus -- which change nightly to highlight differing cuisines, such as Mexican, German and Greek -- and order from a waiter. Although it's sit-down table service, it's still faster than the main dining room. Outdoor seating at the ship's aft offers fantastic views, weather permitting.

Prime C is the fleet's for-fee steakhouse restaurant. Its menu includes several meaty options like steak, chicken, duck and lamb, plus soups and salads. Dining there costs $30 per person, and reservations are recommended.

Aqualina is where passengers will find extra-fee seafood, Italian and French cuisine in a light, airy atmosphere. The menu might feature items like lobster, seared tuna and the catch of the day. Reservations are recommended, and the cost is $30 per person. (Note: At the time of publication, the venue was temporarily closed due to COVID-19-related capacity restrictions, but diners can still order from Aqualina's menu while dining in Prime C.)

Azamara also offers themed Explorer's Dinners for $65 per person, focusing on a different cuisine -- think French and Italian -- each time. Chef's Table is another option. For $95 per person, cruisers can enjoy a seven-course meal paired with wines. During the experience, the chef explains each dish, and the ship's onboard sommeliers go over the wine selections.

The Patio, a gratis poolside venue, puts on a waiter-served spread during lunch hours each day. The menu stays the same throughout each sailing and might include items like spring rolls, nachos, burgers and chicken fingers.

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Mosaic Cafe is the cafe found on each vessel in the fleet. It offers free finger sandwiches, cookies and pastries, as well as a variety of specialty coffees, most of which are complimentary. It's a nice place to go if you're feeling a little peckish between meals.

Those passengers who don't feel quite up to a full meal for dinner can head to The Living Room, a bar and lounge area that doubles as the nightclub on each ship. There, sandwiches and pastries are offered in the afternoons, and tapas are available during dinner hours.

For anyone who missed dinner or who finds themselves hungry in the middle of the night, room service is a free option, 24 hours a day. The menu is considerable, providing pizza, burgers, sandwiches, salads and a plethora of other options.

Entertainment and activities

Entertainment on Azamara is engaging and fun, but not nearly as extensive as what you'll find on ships in larger fleets. You're likely to encounter musicians in bars, lounges and nightclubs, and song-and-dance numbers in the theater, along with an occasional comedian or magician. What you won't find are huge LED screens, acrobatic performances or shows with high production value -- and that's exactly how the line's target audience likes it.

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Theaters and shows

During the evenings, there's a piano player in The Den lounge, and the ship's band plays in The Living Room nightclub before a DJ starts spinning dance tunes there late into the night.

As far as theater happenings, you might spot a movie screening on the daily schedule or turn up after dinner to find that there's a boy band performing Justin Bieber hits while dressing like they're part of a doo-wop group. Overall, it's low-key but enjoyable.

Other interior attractions and activities

Hosted activities run the gamut from added-fee wine tastings, scavenger hunts and complimentary deck walks and water aerobics to destination enrichment lectures, dance classes and shore excursion presentations. Also spotted on some daily schedules are coloring, word search challenges and Q&A sessions with officers.

However, one of the most frequent and popular onboard pastimes is trivia. There are multiple rounds offered each day, and they focus on subjects that are often tied to the destinations the ships visit. (Think Greek gods and goddesses or ABBA on Greek Isles itineraries.) Each person receives a grid sheet for stamps, with one stamp given for simply participating and two stamps given to the members of the winning team for each round. At the end of the sailing, passengers tally their stamps to collect Azamara logo prizes.

There's also a number of unhosted activities, such as ping-pong, darts, crossword and sudoku puzzles, board games, book swaps, knitting get-togethers, shuffleboard and LGBTQ, singles and Friends of Bill W. (Alcoholics Anonymous) meetups.

Additionally, one of Azamara's signature activities is its White Night Party, usually found once on each voyage. Passengers are encouraged to dress in white for an evening of dining and entertainment under the stars.

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Top-deck attractions

Apart from shuffleboard and a jogging track, there's not much on the outer decks of Azamara's vessels if you're not a sun-worshipper. There's ample deck space with loungers, and a main pool with two hot tubs where passengers can go to cool off -- or warm up. There's a second pool for thalassotherapy near the Sanctum Spa, but it's open only to cruisers staying in suites or those who book passes to use it.

Another one of Azamara's signature offerings is AzAmazing Evenings -- a series of complimentary nighttime shore excursions that take passengers to famous landmarks, such as Ephesus in Turkey or the Russian Ballet, for culturally immersive performances. Currently, due to COVID-19 restrictions, AzAmazing Evenings have been replaced by Destination Celebrations , which involve the ship staying late in port and bringing local talent onboard to perform outdoors.

Children's programs

Although children are welcome onboard, there are no kids clubs on Azamara's ships, and there is no special programming for young cruisers.

What to know before you go

Required documents

You will need a passport for most of Azamara Cruises' sailings. The only ones for which the combination of a birth certificate and photo ID (such as a driver's license) will suffice is on a closed-loop cruise -- one that leaves from and returns to the same U.S. port and visits places that include Alaska, Hawaii, Bermuda, Canada and the Caribbean.

Passports should be valid for at least six months after your travel concludes.

Gratuities are included in all of Azamara's fares. Passengers can choose to leave extra if they wish. Spa services will automatically have an 18% gratuity added.

Azamara's Wi-Fi is some of the worst we've experienced at sea. In addition to being pricey ($19.95 for 60 minutes, $29.95 for full-day access or $19.95 per day for unlimited access for the duration of the voyage), it's spotty at best, especially when the ships are at sea. Azamara officials say the line is planning tech upgrades in the coming years, which hopefully will include a stronger connection.

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Carry-on drinks policy

You can bring your own drinks -- including wine, beer and liquor -- on Azamara's ships for private consumption in your stateroom. If you wish to drink them in public areas or dining venues, you'll be charged a $10 corkage fee.

Smoking policy

Generally, Azamara's vessels are nonsmoking, except for clearly designated areas on the forward port ( left, when facing the front of the ship ) side of the pool deck. Passengers are not permitted to smoke in other public areas or in their cabins, including on their balconies.

All Azamara ships have self-service laundry rooms onboard. They're free to use and include complimentary detergent. The vessels also offer send-out wash-and-fold service, as well as dry cleaning and pressing, all for an added fee.

Electrical outlets

Outlets in each cabin consist of a mix of North American and U.K. options. Standard balcony cabins have two of each at the vanity, and two additional North American outlets can be found just above the minifridge (although one of them is used to plug it in).

Additionally, the line has added USB ports near the beds so you can charge your devices as you're curled up in bed scanning Instagram reels or catching up on the latest episode of "Stranger Things" (Wi-Fi permitting, of course).

The currency onboard is U.S. dollars. Passengers will each link a credit card to their onboard account (or put up a set amount of cash), as all onboard charges are cashless. The room key each cruiser is issued at embarkation serves as a room key, charge card and ID card when disembarking and reboarding the ship in port.

Drinking age

On all sailings -- except for those departing from North America, where the drinking age is 21 -- the legal minimum age for alcohol consumption is 18.

Azamara recommends a "resort casual" style of dress, which prohibits bare feet, baseball caps, tank tops, torn or distressed jeans, bathing suits and shorts in the main dining room and all specialty restaurants. More casual wear is allowed in the Windows Cafe buffet, but shoes are required, and cruisers must wear cover-ups over their bathing suits.

There are no scheduled formal nights onboard, but passengers are welcome to dress up. They are also advised to bring a white outfit for the line's signature White Night Party, held once per voyage.

Azamara Cruises' loyalty program

Azamara's loyalty program, Azamara Circle , has five tiers for passengers to reach, based on the number of points they earn each time they sail. With each new tier, they unlock additional benefits, such as free Wi-Fi minutes, complimentary laundry service and discounts on spa treatments and future cruise bookings.

  • Adventurer (1-149 points).
  • Explorer (150-299 points).
  • Discoverer (300-749 points).
  • Discoverer Plus (750-2,999).
  • Discoverer Platinum (3,000-plus points).

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How much does an Azamara Cruise cost?

Azamara sailings are on the pricier side, with fares for weeklong sailings stretching into the thousands per person, especially for higher-end accommodations. Fluctuations occur based on cruise length, cabin type, itinerary and time of year.

At the time of publication, the least-expensive booking we found was $1,459 per person (not including taxes and port fees), based on double occupancy, for an outside cabin on a seven-night Western Mediterranean voyage from Rome's Civitavecchia. The price for a suite on the same sailing was $3,349 per person.

However, you'll find less nickel-and-diming on Azamara voyages than you will with mainstream brands, as gratuities and basic beverages -- soda, bottled water, coffee, a couple of daily house wine selections, beer and standard liquor -- are included in the price of the cruise. AzAmazing Evenings are also rolled into the fares.

Passengers can expect to shell out extra for top-shelf spirits, spa treatments, shore excursions, professional photos, Wi-Fi and send-out laundry and dry cleaning services (assuming they don't receive them for free, based on loyalty status).

How to book

Cruisers can book Azamara voyages directly through Azamara, either on the line's website or by calling 833-292-2292; virtually through a third-party online travel agent; or by calling a travel advisor, who can help with all the details for a commission that's usually covered by the cruise line.

Most cruise lines have their own cobranded credit cards, but unfortunately, Azamara is no longer one of them. Passengers used to be able to use cobranded Celebrity Cruises or Royal Caribbean International credit cards to book Azamara voyages, but it's unclear whether that is still possible, given Azamara's split from Royal Caribbean Group.

To maximize your spending when you book, use a card -- like the The Platinum Card® from American Express -- that will earn you additional points on travel.

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Bottom line

Azamara cruises are a good option if you're looking for an upscale line that offers excellent food and service at the lower end of the luxury price spectrum. You'll also receive a more destination-focused experience, with longer stays in port that allow you to take in the local nightlife.

The ships across the fleet will be familiar to you after just a sailing or two, and their elegant-but-relaxed vibe will leave you feeling like you're simply enjoying a drink in a friend's living room.

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Azamara Club Cruises is an upmarket cruise experience which prides itself on being a destination-immersive cruise line for guests who want to not only see the places and cultures they visit, but also to live them. Azamara was launched in 2007 and is owned by Royal Caribbean International . 

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Azamara consists of two intimate ships, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest . Each ship can carry 694 guests to discover the hidden corners of the world that larger cruise ships simply cannot reach. They offer a boutique European hotel ambience with extraordinary service (butler service is provided in every suite), fine wines and cuisines, wonderful vitality and enrichment opportunities, a truly immersive shore excursion experience and a full entertainment programme.

Azamara cruises to exciting destinations such as Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Mexico, Panama Canal, and South America. The company is focused on providing cruises with longer port stays, including overnight and late-night stays. This strategy has been developed to allow guests the opportunity to visit exciting destinations at a more leisurely pace.

Jobs Opportunities at Azamara Club Cruises

Azamara and Royal Caribbean Cruises have exciting career opportunities with an ocean view in the land-based offices in Miami and on board their luxury ships. They are looking for people with a passion for excellence, an abundance of energy and great ambition for a rewarding career.

They want crew that will delight their guests at every opportunity as they aim to be the world’s most up-market cruise line. Suitable job roles may be offered in departments such as food and beverage, entertainment, facilities, financial services, guest services, housekeeping, and hotel services.

There is plenty of opportunity for recognition and career advancement and they strongly believe in promotion from within through career advancement programmes. In the last year alone they celebrated over 500 promotions within the company.

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Guide to Azamara Cruises’ Azamara Circle loyalty program

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Like most cruise lines, Azamara Cruises has a branded loyalty program, Azamara Circle, which allows frequent cruisers to maximize their travel investment by earning points for each night they sail with the brand. As passengers earn points, they move up the ranks of five loyalty tiers, earning additional perks and amenities — including onboard discounts, free cruise nights and access to exclusive parties.

This article breaks down the program, from earning points to what each loyalty level offers and which cabin category bookings will allow you to punch above your weight in terms of perks.

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Ways to earn points

Azamara’s points-earning system is fairly straightforward. The line has eight cabin categories, each of which earns passengers a certain number of points per night they cruise.

  • Club Interior (2 points)
  • Club Oceanview (3 points)
  • Club Veranda (5 points)
  • Club Veranda Plus (6 points)
  • Club Continent Suites (8 points)
  • Club Spa (18 points)
  • Club Ocean (18 points)
  • Club World Owner’s Suites (18 points)

Note that the number of points you’ll receive depends on the cabin category you booked rather than the category you end up with. If you’re upgraded to a higher-level cabin, you won’t receive a higher number of points.

Because Azamara’s ships do not have accommodations for solo cruisers , anyone traveling alone must pay two cruise fares, as all cabins are designed for double occupancy. Therefore, all solo passengers will receive double points for each night of their voyage.

Program tiers and benefits

There are five tiers in the Azamara Circle loyalty program:

  • Adventurer (1-149 points)
  • Explorer (150-299 points)
  • Discoverer (300-749 points)
  • Discoverer Plus (750-2,999)
  • Discoverer Platinum (3,000-plus points)

Adventurer is the easiest level to obtain, as you reach it after just one sailing, meaning your benefits will kick in on your second voyage. (To enroll, you must create an account with Azamara.)

All loyalty tiers receive 10% off select voyages once per quarter, free internet minutes based on tier level, discounts and upgrades on Hertz car rentals, the services of a loyalty ambassador and onboard host, a members-only happy hour on each sailing, exclusive email updates, future cruise credits of $300 per cabin for each referral who books with the line and beverage package discounts. Additional perks and specifics for each tier are below.

Unlike the first level of most other cruise lines’ loyalty programs, cruisers at the Adventurer level earn some valuable savings in addition to the ones already mentioned:

  • 5% off future cruises booked on board
  • Savings on future voyages in the form of up to $300 in onboard credit (when  you book future cruises on board during the first half of your cruise) and a 50% reduced deposit
  • 30 free minutes of Wi-Fi or 20% off an unlimited internet package (more if staying in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart below)
  • 10% off signature spa treatments
  • 5% discount on the line’s Ultimate Beverage Package

Many other cruise lines reward passengers with free cruises only after they have reached the highest loyalty tier. However, Azamara begins awarding free cruise nights to passengers when they hit the Explorer level and each subsequent level thereafter. That means passengers can enjoy further savings on top of percentage discounts when they book cruises from Explorer level onward.

Cruisers can reach Explorer level in as few as nine nights (or five nights if traveling solo) if they stay in one of the three top-level cabin types. Explorer perks include:

  • Two free cruise nights (must redeem within 12 months on sailings of seven nights or longer)
  • Savings on future voyages in the form of up to $300 in onboard credit (when you book future cruises on board during the first half of your cruise) and a 50% reduced deposit
  • 60 free minutes of Wi-Fi or 35% off an unlimited internet package (more if staying in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart below)
  • Free laundry service for one bag of items per cabin per seven-night sailing (two bags if booked in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart below)
  • 15% off signature spa treatments
  • 10% discount on the line’s Ultimate Beverage Package

You can attain the Discoverer tier after 17 nights (or nine nights if traveling solo) in one of the three highest-level cabins. Discoverer-level cruisers receive:

  • Four free cruise nights (must redeem within 12 months on sailings of seven nights or longer)
  • 6% off future cruises booked on board
  • 90 free minutes of Wi-Fi or 50% off an unlimited internet package (more if staying in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart below)
  • 20% off signature spa treatments
  • 15% discount on the line’s Ultimate Beverage Package
  • Priority check-in at select ports
  • Exclusive onboard get-together

Each level of the loyalty program is entitled to free Wi-Fi minutes, depending on tier level. However, those staying in Club Veranda Plus cabins or higher will receive more, based on a combination of cabin type and loyalty level, according to the following chart — even if they’ve only reached Adventurer status.

Additionally, passengers at Explorer level or higher will receive two bags of complimentary laundry service if booked in any of the cabin categories listed on the chart below.

Royal Caribbean Group sold Azamara to Sycamore Partners, a private equity firm based in New York, in early 2021. Effective Feb. 1, 2023, the line’s loyalty program is no longer reciprocal with those of former sister brands Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises .

The elite level that makes a difference

The Discoverer Plus level is one that spans the largest number of points, making it the first level at which cruisers can earn enough to take a weeklong sailing almost completely free. Six nights are awarded when this level is first reached, along with three additional nights at 1,500 points and another three at 2,250 points.

Azamara Circle members at this level are entitled to:

  • Six free cruise nights, plus three additional nights at 1,500 points and 2,250 points (must redeem within 12 months on sailings of seven nights or longer)
  • 7% off future cruises booked on board
  • 120 free minutes of Wi-Fi or 75% off an unlimited internet package (more if staying in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart above)
  • Free laundry service for one bag of items per cabin per seven-night sailing (two bags if booked in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart above)
  • 25% off signature spa treatments
  • 20% discount on the line’s Ultimate Beverage Package

Best elite perk

Discoverer Platinum is Azamara Circle’s highest level of loyalty. It’s the only tier that, when reached, rewards cruisers with enough nights for a completely complimentary sailing of at least a week in length. However, apart from the initial four additional free cruise nights, free Wi-Fi and an extra 5% discount on the Ultimate Beverage Package, this tier doesn’t offer much that’s different from what you’ll receive at the Discoverer Plus level.

Discoverer Platinum amenities are:

  • 10 free cruise nights, plus three additional nights every 750 points after reaching Discoverer Platinum status (must redeem within 12 months on sailings of seven nights or longer)
  • 10% off future cruises booked on board
  • 150 free minutes of Wi-Fi or a free unlimited internet package (more if staying in a Club Veranda Plus cabin category or higher; see chart above)
  • 25% discount on the line’s Ultimate Beverage Package

Bottom line

Because Azamara is a premium line, it’s no surprise that its loyalty program offers passengers quite a bit more discounts and opportunities to earn free cruise nights than mainstream lines.

There are marked differences between Azamara Circle tiers, but cruisers hit the sweet spots when they achieve at least the Discoverer Plus level.

Because joining the program requires minimal work — just a registration — there’s no reason not to join, as the perks can add up over time, especially if you plan to cruise with Azamara regularly.

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Azamara Journey

Former names: blue dream, blue star, r6, r-six (renaissance cruises).

Azamara Journey cruise ship

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  • Piraeus-Athens (Greece)

Azamara Journey current position

Azamara Journey current location is at Adriatic Sea (coordinates 43.68836 N / 15.86983 E) cruising at speed of 11 kn (20 km/h | 13 mph) en route to HR SPU>HR SIB. The AIS position was reported 4 minutes ago.

Current itinerary of Azamara Journey

Azamara Journey current cruise is 9 days, one-way from Piraeus-Athens to Chioggia . Prices start from USD 1575 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 13 Jul, 2024 and ends on 22 Jul, 2024 .

Specifications of Azamara Journey

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Azamara Journey Itineraries

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The 2000-built (as "R-Six"/R6) Azamara Journey cruise ship is the first of all four identical R-Class ships in the Azamara fleet - together with Azamara Quest , Azamara Pursuit and Azamara Onward (Pacific Princess) .

The vessel (IMO number 9200940) is currently Malta- flagged (MMSI 256204000) and registered in Valletta .

History - construction and ownership

Azamara Cruises was a fully-owned subsidiary company of RCG-Royal Caribbean Group until 2021. Founded in 2007 as "Azamara Club Cruises", the company was rebranded in 2009 (Azamara Cruises) and 2019 (Azamara). Azamara ships were originally built as R-Class vessels for Renaissance Cruises (company operational between 1989-2001).

Azamara Journey cruise ship

In January 2021, Azamara's parent company RCG-Royal Caribbean announced an agreement to sell the brand for USD 201 million (~EUR 165,8 M / ~GBP 147,6 M / carve-out transaction) to Sycamore Partners. Sycamore Partners acquired the entire company and its 3 ships, plus all the associated intellectual property rights and goodwill. The all-cash transaction was closed in 2021-Q1. Sycamore Partners (shipowner) is a 2011-founded, NYC -headquartered private equity firm with USD 15+ billion in capital and assets under management. Among the largest of the Sycamore Partners-owned companies are Belk Inc (department store chain), Talbots (retailer of clothing-shoes-fashion accessories), Nine West Holdings (designer and wholesaler of branded clothing-shoes-accessories) and Staples Inc (office retailer).

The 694-passenger ship Azamara Journey was formerly sailing as R Six (Renaissance) and Blue Dream (Pullmantur).

In 2001, the vessel's original owner Renaissance Cruises ceased operations due to liquidity. The vessel was launched in 2003, and operated by charter Pullmantur Cruises under the name "Blue Star". In 2005, Pullmantur officially renamed it to "Blue Dream". In 2008, Pullmantur's owner RCCL (Royal Caribbean) transferred it to the subsidiary (new luxury brand) "Azamara Cruises" (in 2009 rebranded to "Azamara Club Cruises") and renamed the ship to "Azamara Journey".

The award-winning boutique ship amazes with lots of dining options, an unforgettable spa, and wellness facilities, friendly staff always in place to help passengers and destinations that guests would love to visit.

As a Renaissance-class ship, the interior of the vessel is in Edwardian style, resembling a Transatlantic steamship from the early years of the 20th century. When you enter the ship, it looks like you have entered the "golden era". There's no multi-deck atrium - only a curving staircase that amazes you with its grace and elegance, leading to the main public room of the vessel. The ceiling has glass skylight, stained simulated, it is capped with a dome and its height is two decks.

Azamara Journey cruise ship

Azamara Journey cruise ship entered drydock on January 22, 2016, in the Bahamas. During the 5-day process, she received a host of refurbishments and upgrades , announced previously in June, as well as a technology overhaul. The brand new "Pervasive Wi-Fi" system provides faster Internet connectivity from any place on board the ship. Interactive TVs in all staterooms feature new options including live TV, movies on demand, lecturer schedules, weather updates, navigational and port information. Passengers are able to book a shore excursion through their TVs, as well as to order room service. In the Inspiration Center on Deck 4, Azamara guests are able to plan their next voyage by a 98-inch touchscreen to learn about future sailings and the ports visited. Passengers in The Drawing Room and Living Room use interactive tabletops to send digital postcards, design their own art by a Scribble app, or surf social media sites.

Decks and Cabins

Azamara Journey staterooms (355 total, in 24 grades) include 44 Suites, 199 Balcony, 88 Oceanview, 26 Inside. Handicap/wheelchair-accessible cabins (for disabled passengers) are only 6 (2x Balcony, 2x Oceanview, 2x Interior). A total of 243 staterooms have private, step-out balconies. Most cabin balconies are sized 45-60 ft2 / 4-6 m2. The largest accommodations are the World Owners Suite (600 ft2 / 56 m2 plus 215 ft2 / 20 m2 terrace).

The boat has 11 decks , of which 9 are passenger-accessible and 6 with cabins.

Four elevators (2x Forward and 2x Aft passenger lifts) interconnect all decks.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

For a small ship, Azamara Journey features plenty of options for each meal. The passengers are also encouraged to explore local cuisine when onshore. The line added a complimentary tapas bar when the ship went into dry dock in 2016. Overall, the food onboard is quite good. There are rotating themes in the buffet and the tables there are spruced up at night with soft glowing orbs. The main dining room pampers with an entree salad every night.

Follows the complete list of Azamara Journey restaurants and food bars.

  • Discoveries Restaurant (aft Dining Room, complimentary, with waiter service, open seating Breakfast 8-9:30 am, Lunch 12-1:30 pm, and Dinner 6-9:30 pm)
  • Pool Grill (lunch-only casual dining restaurant with a fast-food menu, made-to-order - pizza, pasta, burgers, fries, salads; complimentary)
  • Windows Cafe (complimentary buffet restaurant; has indoor seating and portside/starboard terraces; open between 6:30 am - 9:30 pm; offers early, buffet and late breakfast, buffet lunch, afternoon tea, and casual dinner)
  • Aqualina (dinner-only specialty restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine and seafood; offers free dining for Club Suite passengers; reservations recommended)
  • Prime C (dinner-only specialty restaurant with seafood and steakhouse menu; operates at surcharge, but it's free of charge for "Club Suite" passengers; outside the Prime C there is a Wine Cellar with 8000+ bottles collection; hosts the Wine Corner evening events and offers wine-tastings and private dinner arrangements).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

Because the ship focuses very much on destinations, Azamara Journey does not have as many daily activities as passengers might find on mainstream cruise ships. There are a couple of trivia sessions each day and some other pastimes, such as origami and Bridge. The Cabaret Lounge is the ship's cabaret space, with risers behind, as opposed to a true theater. As the ceilings are low-slung, this space feels more cramped and the type of shows offered there is limited.

Other amenities include 24-Hour Room-Service, Internet/WiFi Access, Laundry/Self-Serve Laundromats. The Journey ship is not recommended for families with little children.

Azamara Journey cruise ship

Follows the complete list of Azamara Journey lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.

  • Le Boutique (duty-free luxury shop for bags, gifts, brand jewelry)
  • Cabaret Lounge & Bar (theatre and main show lounge for musical and show productions, cabaret performances, comedy acts; hosts the "AzAmazing Evenings" enrichment program; serves as a nightclub in the evenings)
  • Casino Luxe (also serves as sports bar)
  • PhotoShop (photo-video services, accessories, equipment)
  • The Journey Shop (convenience goods store)
  • Indulgences (luxury boutique shop)
  • Mosaic Cafe (complimentary patisserie & bar; in the evening becomes a nightclub with live music - Mosaic@Night)
  • Discoveries Lounge & Bar (Martini Bar)
  • Thalassotherapy Pool (saltwater pool, part of the Spa complex; with water jets; operates at a surcharge)
  • Hair salon (Beauty Salon offering hair and barber services, manicure, pedicure, massages)
  • Astral Spa (wellness center featuring Elemis Spa products and treatments)
  • Gym (starboard Fitness Room with panoramic windows and modern equipment; also hosts various complimentary group classes)
  • Acupuncture Room (serviced by NCCAOM certified acupuncturists)
  • eConnections (24-hour Internet computers room)
  • Pool area (with an outdoor swimming pool, 2 Whirlpools, poolside bar, loungers, Tennis tables; served by Grill station; hosts themed pool deck parties)
  • Sunset Bar (outdoor bar; serves the Windows Cafe terrace area)
  • Looking Glass (observation lounge & bar with panoramic windows, sculptures made of Murano glass, comfortable leather sofas; in the evenings becomes a nightclub; serves afternoon tea with sandwiches, pastries, champagne - complimentary)
  • The Drawing Room (library)
  • Sun Deck (open-air area with sun loungers)
  • Shuffleboard (Deck Games playing area)
  • Jogging/Power Walking Track.

Itineraries

Azamara Journey itinerary program is based on Caribbean cruises leaving mainly from Miami FL, voyages to Asia (with departures from Singapore and China) and Europe (the Black Sea and the Mediterranean). When changing regions, the ship offers repositioning sailings through Suez Canal and Transatlantic crossings.

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Azamara Journey Wiki

As an R-Class (Renaissance) vessel, Azamara Journey has sisterships also in the Oceania Cruises fleet - Insignia , Nautica , Regatta , Sirena .

Azamara ship Journey was ordered and operated as "R Six" by Renaissance Cruises for the period 2000-2003. After the line's bankruptcy, the ship was in Pullmantur's fleet under the name "Blue Star" (2003-2005) and "Blue Dream" (2005-2007).

Azamara Journey is powered by four WARTSILA marine diesel engines (model 12V32E). Its propulsion consists of 2 propeller shafts and 2 fixed pitch propellers (FPP).

In 2015, both Azamara ships (Journey and Quest) were featured in the UK TV’s travel documentary “Cruise Ship Adventures with Nigel Marven”.

On February 8, 2017, Azamara Journey made its maiden visit to Australia docking in Darwin NT . The ship's itinerary (Feb 1-19) was an 18-day cruise from Singapore to Sydney AU , and also visited Indonesia (Benoa Bali, and Komodo Island) and ports in Queensland Australia (Thursday Island, Port Douglas, Cairns, Townsville, Hamilton Island).

Azamara Journey deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review

The ship's last drydock refurbishment (January 22-27, done in Freeport Bahamas ) resulted in the following deck plan changes:

  • Large touch screen displays were installed in several areas around the ship. They allow passengers (for free) to send digital postcards, explore world atlas maps and also provide Azamara Cruises itineraries and ports of call information.
  • On Deck 4, Inspiration Center received a 98-inch touchscreen (interactive system provides information on future cruises - itineraries, ports, excursions).
  • On Deck 10, The Drawing Room (Library) and the Living Room both received interactive tabletops (used for sending digital postcards, Scribble app, Internet / social media websites).
  • Two new Club Spa Suites were built in the place of the eConnections (computer room, located portside on Lido Deck 9). Also on deck 9 was added The Patio (outdoor BBQ restaurant) and Swirl & Top (frozen yogurt bar).
  • On Deck 10 was added The Living Room (forward observation lounge & bar, disco nightclub) replacing the Looking Glass Lounge.
  • Many public areas were newly equipped (Looking Glass, Patio Grill, Sunset Bar).
  • Upgrades and renovations received the restaurants Prime C, Aqualina, Windows Cafe (buffet). The Sanctum Spa (formerly Astral Spa) complex was redesigned and expanded.

All cabins and suites were renovated with new carpeting and wall covers, fabrics, furniture, shelving, curtains, bedding sets (pillows, duvets), new lighting and smart HDTVs (interactive system). All staterooms were upgraded with bigger coffee tables. Bathrooms were redesigned to be more space-efficient. Quality wood elements were used throughout all staterooms. Additionally, all high-grade Suites were updated with new modern furniture, dining tables, drapes, media consoles and sound systems.

There was a plan for replacing the Lido Deck’s Sunset Bar (aft on deck 9) with a new (named Kibo) specialty restaurant with Asian cuisine. However, the line later decided not to replace the popular day bar, but just to upgrade it. The refurbishment plans for an Asian restaurant plus an outside seating area for the buffet restaurant Windows Cafe were officially canceled.

The onboard Wi-Fi coverage was upgraded to shipwide (via “Pervasive Wi-Fi” system). The new Interactive TV system (in all cabins) offers movies on demand, live TV programming, onboard event schedules, weather updates, itinerary/port information. The system also allows shore excursion booking through the TV, as well as room service orders.

The boat's 2016 drydock refurbishment project cost USD 25 million.

In 2021 (August) the ship was drydocked at Navantia Shipyard ( Cadiz Spain ), mainly for general maintenance (technical and routine) works and repainting (hull and superstructure).

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Key Takeaways

  • If you don't want to fly, cruises set sail from many ports in the U.S., whereas most top all-inclusives require an international flight to the Caribbean or elsewhere.
  • To visit numerous places, a cruise may be best. To relax in one place, opt for an all-inclusive resort or a large ship with plenty of amenities.
  • There are many hidden costs on a cruise that will quickly add up, so an all-inclusive resort or even a luxury cruise with all-inclusive pricing can often be better for budgeting.

If you're trying to decide whether you should book a cruise or stay at an all-inclusive resort for your next vacation, there are a lot of factors to consider. Beyond selecting a destination – and deciding how far you're willing to travel to get there – you'll need to determine what type of experience you're looking for and what's included in the price of each option. After all, there's nothing worse than having a stress-free trip turn into sticker shock when you review the final bill.

There are many similarities between cruises and all-inclusive resorts. Both offer family-friendly and adults-only options. You'll have a selection of accommodations to choose from, several complimentary dining options and entertainment that's covered in the price. But there are also quite a few differences, especially when you're comparing a cruise line where you start with a base fare and then have to pay for all the extras – like beverage packages for nonalcoholic and alcoholic drinks, specialty dining venues, Wi-Fi, excursions, and other amenities that may be covered at an all-inclusive resort.

To help you decide, U.S. News compiled a list of key questions to consider when deciding between a land- or sea-based vacation, along with suggestions for some cruise line and all-inclusive resort options. If staying within a set budget is a top priority, make sure you read the fine print before you book – whether you're setting sail on the high seas or relaxing poolside at a beachfront property.

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Am I willing to fly to my destination?

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Before you find yourself sipping umbrella drinks with a good book in hand, you'll have to put in the work of traveling to your destination.

Visiting an all-inclusive resort in Mexico or the Caribbean will most likely require an international flight, but you may also need to hop on a plane to reach your chosen cruise ship terminal. If you don't want to travel too far from home, many ships sail from popular ports in Florida cities – including Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville and Port Canaveral (Orlando) – and travelers outside of the Sunshine State can find sailings out of ports in California, Texas, New York, Louisiana and other U.S. states. Depending on where you live, you may be able to save yourself a flight (and some money) by driving directly to your embarkation port.

You might be surprised to find that you can even book extended grand voyages and world cruises to travel around the world for months at a time from U.S. ports. Holland America Line 's 124-Day Grand World Voyage sails round-trip from Fort Lauderdale in January 2025 and includes ports of call in 32 countries. If you're considering a luxury cruise, Regent Seven Seas Cruises ' 154-day world cruise, called The Sense of Adventure, sets sail round-trip from Miami in January 2026 and visits 41 countries across six continents.

All-inclusive resorts

While most all-inclusive vacations will require an international trip, it is possible to book an all-inclusive resort – or a property with all-inclusive packages – without traveling too far from home. There are a number of all-inclusive options in the U.S. , including a couple all-inclusives in Florida . Consider Bungalows Key Largo , which caters to travelers 21 and older in the Florida Keys, or the family-friendly Sandpiper Bay Resort in Port St. Lucie. (Note: Sandpiper Bay has been undergoing major renovations and is expected to be fully operational by winter 2024-2025.)

Some properties across the U.S., including certain wellness retreats , also offer special packages to create your own all-inclusive experience. For example, health- and wellness-focused Miraval Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, has a deal that includes spa-inspired accommodations, meals, nightly resort credits, fitness classes, lectures, access to resort amenities and airport transfers.

Many dude ranches , such as White Stallion Ranch , which is also located in Tucson, offer add-on packages that make vacations nearly all-inclusive. White Stallion's Full American Plan Outdoor Adventure Package covers lodging, three meals a day, Wi-Fi access, evening entertainment, horseback riding, airport transfers and additional amenities with extended stays. If you're considering a land-based getaway, check out the available packages at resorts near you to weigh all of your options.

What do I want to do more: relax or explore?

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Before you start planning your dream getaway, consider your fundamental objectives. How do you want to spend your vacation? Do you want to explore multiple destinations in one trip or fully unwind in one relaxing locale? Maybe you'd prefer to sit by a cruise ship's pool by day then dine and bar-hop at night, never once stepping foot in a port of call.

Cruises are a great option when you want to visit several locales in one vacation but aren't concerned with spending a lot of time in any one place. They're also perfect for getting an overview of a region, such as the Caribbean or the Mediterranean .

If you want to visit off-the-beaten-path destinations instead of busier, more popular ports, consider itineraries offered by cruise lines with smaller ships that can navigate narrower waterways than larger ocean liners. For example, Windstar Cruises' ships carry between 148 and 342 passengers. The line's small ships can visit small Greek islands, remote Tahitian villages, and off-the-beaten path destinations in Northern Europe, in addition to sailing the only navigable river in Spain, the Guadalquivir.

Still, for some cruisers, the ship itself is the destination. The details of the itinerary might not matter much if you plan to spend most of your time relaxing on board. Newer and larger ships , like Royal Caribbean International 's Icon of the Seas, offer seemingly endless dining and entertainment options. As the largest ship in Royal Caribbean's fleet, the vessel carries 5,610 passengers based on double occupancy (with a maximum capacity of 7,600). Icon of the Seas boasts eight themed neighborhoods, plus adrenaline-pumping activities like a 46-foot-tall waterslide at Thrill Island and mesmerizing shows performed at the line's largest ice arena, Absolute Zero.

If you wait to set sail until April 2025, you can book a voyage on MSC Cruises ' newest vessel, MSC World America. The line's futuristically designed megaship will have the capacity for as many as 6,764 passengers (5,228 double occupancy). It'll feature many bells and whistles, including the Cliffhanger, a thrilling over-water swing ride – and the only one of its kind at sea. The ship will also be home to the largest MSC Yacht Club in the fleet, offering exclusive venues, luxe accommodations and 24-hour butler service.

If a relaxing land-based experience sounds more your speed, an all-inclusive resort may be a better option. You can spend your time taking advantage of luxurious resort amenities and exploring the surrounding areas.

The Grand Velas Riviera Maya in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, offers family-friendly accommodations and activities, as well as romantic oceanfront suites with plunge pools and spa bathrooms for couples. The resort also has an impressive selection of bars and internationally inspired restaurants, including Michelin-starred Cocina de Autor. During the day, sign up for therapeutic spa treatments for an additional fee or enjoy complimentary water activities like kayaking and snorkeling. The property also offers an eco-tour in the Mayan jungle, or you can explore ancient ruins in nearby Tulum on an off-property excursion.

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What inclusions are most important to me?

A full room service breakfast on a balcony of a cruise ship cabin at sea including juice, coffee and full meals on a sunny luxury vacation on the sea.

Another variable to consider is the price you'll pay for a cruise or all-inclusive resort – and what exactly is covered. What do you absolutely need and what you can live without?

Cruise costs

Taking a cruise can be a great value , but it's important to note that inexpensive base fares aboard large, mainstream cruise lines can often be misleading. You'll likely have to add in additional costs for taxes, fees and port charges; gratuities; stateroom upgrades; specialty dining and beverage packages ; excursions; and Wi-Fi access. The total price of your voyage may end up much higher than you expected. You may also be surprised to find that services that were once complimentary may now cost extra. For example, Royal Caribbean International now charges a convenience fee, plus an 18% tip for room service, no matter the size of your order.

To avoid surprise extra fees throughout your trip, consider sailing with a luxury line like adults-only Viking . Although such cruises come at a higher price point, Viking fares cover all meals (including specialty dining venues), beer and wine with lunch and dinner, nonalcoholic beverages and bottled water, one shore excursion in each port, onboard Wi-Fi access, and more. Similarly, in one upfront fare, Silversea Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises prices typically include round-trip airfare, airport transfers, land packages before or after your voyage, complimentary shore excursions, specialty dining, premium alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, valet laundry service, prepaid gratuities, and other perks.

For a more thorough breakdown, consult our guide on how much a cruise costs and read about the top all-inclusive cruises .

All-inclusive resort costs

When it comes to all-inclusive resorts, be sure to research what is included in the nightly rate before you book. Couples-only Sandals Resorts properties in the Caribbean, for example, offer some of the most inclusive resort pricing setups available. Rates cover accommodations, gourmet dining at up to 16 restaurants, snacks, premium wines and liquors, stocked in-room bars, water sports, PADI-certified scuba diving (at most properties), entertainment, Wi-Fi access, gratuities, and airport transfers. Extra fees apply for spa treatments, local excursions and personalized events, like private dinners on the beach.

Other resort brands may not offer such an extensive list of included perks, so be sure to check with the specific property you are interested in. Some resorts even offer deals for kids to stay free .

If you want all the meals, beverages, entertainment, activities, Wi-Fi access and other amenities included in the price, then an all-inclusive option is your best choice. You'll know the cost at the beginning of the trip and won't have to worry about extras unless you splurge on spa treatments, celebratory bottles of fine wine or Champagne (not included in the fare), or personal expenses like souvenirs.

Cruise accommodations

Space is another issue to consider when deciding what you want included in your vacation. Cruise ship cabins can be tight, especially if you're traveling with another person or an entire family. The good news is that there are plenty of choices when it comes to stateroom sizes and configurations, depending on the cruise line and specific ship you choose. Cabins can be as compact as 100 square feet (in the case of Norwegian Epic 's Solo Studios for solo cruisers ) or as vast as 4,443 square feet (in Seven Seas Grandeur 's lavish two-bedroom Regent Suite).

If space is important to you, plan to budget for a larger cabin, or one with a veranda. The addition of a balcony offers extra seating, natural light and outdoor access that makes a small room feel much more spacious.

For even more space, consider splurging on a suite, which may also add valuable perks like complimentary spirits, in-suite afternoon tea, butler service and onboard credit. Some suites are designed with families in mind, such as the Ultimate Family Suite on Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas . The two-story accommodation features an indoor slide, a private game and movie room, a hot tub, ocean views, and VIP experiences across the ship.

All-inclusive resort accommodations

Back on land, hotel rooms and suites at all-inclusive resorts will typically be more spacious than most cruise ship accommodations, meaning you'll have more square footage to spread out.

At the family-friendly all-inclusive Windjammer Landing in Castries, St. Lucia, accommodations run the gamut from 444-square-foot ocean view rooms for two to 1,385-square-foot, two-bedroom suites that can accommodate up to six people. The property also boasts a selection of luxury beachfront villas that measure up to 4,200 square feet.

Cruise entertainment and dining

Before choosing between a cruise or an all-inclusive resort, think about the entertainment and dining options offered by each. On large cruise lines like Norwegian Cruise Line , MSC Cruises and Royal Caribbean, you can find infinite eateries, Vegas-style nightly entertainment and adults-only nightclubs that stay open into the wee hours of the morning. There are also fun-filled activities for younger travelers, like racetracks, laser tag, aqua parks, rock climbing walls and rope courses.

Not all these activities will be included in your fare, so you can choose to pay as you go or purchase packages that offer unlimited access to some attractions. Fitness classes, spa access and entry into adults-only lounge areas may also come with a fee, as can soft drinks and bottled water throughout the day (unless you have a beverage package).

Smaller, more intimate ships still offer plenty of fun – albeit with fewer crowds. Cruisers can choose from several dining venues, some of which change their menus daily. Smaller ships will also typically have a few bars or lounges that host entertainment for more mature, refined audiences (think: piano players or other live music in the evenings), plus theaters that feature a different show each night. Still, you might find fun-loving passengers on the dance floor late at night and DJs spinning karaoke tunes at lounges on the ship.

All-inclusive resort entertainment and dining

All-inclusive resorts typically offer a wide range of on-site dining venues, entertainment, activities and amenities as well. For example, the gated 7,000-acre Caso de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic features three golf courses, an equestrian center, tennis courts, skeet and trap shooting, water sports, and more. Packages at the resort include accommodations, all meals and beverages, and access to most (or all) of these activities.

Resorts may also feature more unique amenities than cruise ships. For example, at Caso de Campo, guests can visit Altos de Chavón. Inspired by a 16th-century Mediterranean village, this impressive replica of a medieval hamlet is home to local artisans and boutiques. There's also an archaeological museum, the St. Stanislaus Church, a 5,000-seat amphitheater, and panoramic views of the Chavón River and the Caribbean Sea.

Once you've figured out your travel goals and have decided between a cruise or an all-inclusive resort, you can narrow down your options. Regardless of your selection, always verify what's included in the price. You don't want any surprises at the end of your dream vacation.

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Azamara cruises company , the cruises brand with four intimate ships to offer the best voyage experience can offer the best employment options. As a cruise company itself, the services and its propositions cover a range of aspects with different types of specialties or job preferences. But how good it is to join the company?

Azamara cruises are one of the well-known cruises companies to work with. It has an international destination and reaches, bringing the best services on board. For an international cruise, the ship and voyage services offer various amenities. Each ship has its themes and focus, yet everything is possible onboard.

It comprises a worldwide destination. inclusive amenities come up with accommodation, ashore experience, extensive adventure, unique holidays, and many more. Hospitality is perfected with every detail to provide. Onboard restaurant and dining services, to entertainment help the voyage more memorable.

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Job Opportunity As the company comes with a huge range of services and offers, the team behind its process will not only be limited to hospitality. You can expect a huge employment opportunity in the form of shoreside and shipboard. It goes with the fact that cruise services include the guest experience, services, ship operation, office, corporate, or management. So, the options are vast.

  • Shoreside The shoreside jobs on Azamara are mostly related to office or corporate jobs, such as marketing, finance, management, accountant, support analysis, and many more. The option likely available depend on the demands. Take an example of a Digital marketing analyst in Miami, Azamara cruises representative in Wichita, marketing modeling, and others based on the branches’ needs.
  • Shipboard Shipboard job opportunities cover all possible work done onboard. Each ship might have different services, which indicates a bigger chance of job options. The offers themselves include a range of hospitality jobs, such as housekeeping, guest experience, shore excursion staff, and many more. There are also many technical positions, such as mechanic, turner, AV operator, engineer, and so on.

Job Qualification And Requirement Joining a cruise company can be a nice job opportunity in the hospitality industry. It is a pretty unique company, considering the cruises jobs can get over ranges of specialties and details. It means the opportunities are high. But at the same time, working in a renowned company deserve or demand proper qualification.

It can change from one to another position, but surely the company always wants the best. Again, depending on the positions, you will likely find a unique qualification to highlight. Some of the benchmarks should be around education, and the professional company tends to highlight university degrees focused on relevant positions.

Experience can also be a thing to consider, such as two to four years of experience in a similar role. Other qualifications likely relate to skills, especially for working with diverse communities and services-based industries. Ability in working with the computer, multiple priorities, and certain certifications might boost your opportunity.

With the pretty competitive opportunity in the Azamara cruises job opening , you have to prepare the best resume possible. Underline and understand your capability. Pick the best position you can commit to and are qualified to. After that ensure you are up for the game, especially for the onboard jobs. It will take more than just experience to fully work in a restricted yet transforming environment like a ship.

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If you have the proper qualification to join the cruise company, try to apply to its official site or LinkedIn account. There are also social media of Azamara cruises , which shares information about the job opening and how to apply. To make it easy, Azamara cruises has linked its LinkedIn account and job portal through its official site.

You can find the link on the career page of its official site (https://www.azamara.com/int/about-azamara/career-opportunities). You can pick shoreside or shipboard. Follow the link and find more information about the job. Highlight the qualification and requirement details to apply for the job.

If you found yourself qualified for the position, click the apply button. Follow the steps given by the company. You might need to sign in for the job portal or use your LinkedIn account as a resume. Be sure you pick the best and prepare the most proper job resume. Submit it, and wait for the good announcement. Be careful of fraud, Azamara will not ask for money.

Working on cruises seems like a lot of opportunity. But sure, a huge company on the scale of Azamara cruises will have its demands. It might come with fierce competition; thus, prepare the best for your application. Azamara cruises can be a great job opportunity , as long as you can offer the best and qualified to it.

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