Fast Facts: Azamara Journey
Built: 2000 (refurbished and re-christened 2007)
Length: 592 feet
Width: 84 feet
Passenger capacity: 694 (double occupancy)
Interior staterooms (without window): 158 square feet
Ocean-view staterooms (with porthole or window): 158 square feet
Balcony staterooms (with private veranda): 215 – 239 square feet (including veranda)
Suites: 326 – 793 square feet (including veranda)
Originally built for Renaissance Cruise Line, the Azamara Journey comprises one-half of the entire two-ship fleet of Azamara Club Cruises. But, when it comes to luxury, it’s all about quality, not quantity, and the Azamara Journey proves that point.
At just over 30,000 gross registered tons, the Azamara Journey is but a fraction of the size of some “mass market” cruise ships. So, you won’t find massive 3-story dining rooms or 1,000-seat theaters onboard this ship. And, here’s something else you won’t find; big crowds. That’s because the Azamara Journey comfortably accommodates 694 guests who know the real meaning of luxury. Featuring modern, tastefully-appointed staterooms, plush bedding, museum-quality artwork, exquisite regional cuisine and a world-class wine selection, the Azamara Journey offers a veritable feast to the senses of all who are fortunate enough to board her.
True to the mantra of the Azamara Club Cruises brand (“you’ll love where we take you”), the Journey’s itineraries are designed to allow its passengers spend more time in each of its worldwide destinations. So, rather than rushing from one tourist attraction to another, guests on the Azamara Journey have enough time in each exciting port to thoughtfully fill their day with the sights that they find most personally appealing, with time to return to the ship for a leisurely dinner and then return to port to enjoy the night life and culture of the country and its people. Educational seminars are presented onboard the Journey and Azamara’s Land Discoveries and Cruisetours program can help make it all a reality. For those who want to go on their own, complimentary round-trip shuttle service is included between the ship and most of her destination ports.
South America, the West Indies, Europe, the Netherlands, the British Isles, the Baltics, the Mediterranean, the French and Italian Riviera, the Greek Isles, the Holy Land and Asia are just some of the places you can visit on the Azamara Journey. So, throw open the windows to the world and live your dreams.