Azamara line launches collection

Last updated 16:10 11/03/2011
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Azamara Journey's cruise collection includes intimate passages other cruises can't reach.

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Azamara Cruises has launched 72 itineraries in a new destination preview brochure to tempt New Zealand passengers

The boutique cruise line voyages boasts dream-worthy itineraries ranging from four to 17 nights between April 2011 to March 2012 aboard Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. The "Club Cruises". It also gives details of great savings including up to two-for-one offers.

Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest offer cruises in Europe; Azamara Journey also offers a series of South American and West Indies sailings while Azamara Quest offers guest a chance to see amazing destinations in Asia.

“Azamara Club Cruises is rapidly gaining a reputation among a discerning group of New Zealand travellers for exceptional levels of service and quality, and itineraries to stunning destinations that other ships simply can’t reach. The new brochure will help more New Zealanders know that there is even greater choice in cruising to unique destinations either in nearby Asia or elsewhere around the world,” says Mark Kinchley, sales manager for Azamara Club Cruises, New Zealand.

Carrying 694 guests, Azamara ships are smaller than other cruise lines and able to cruise into more intimate spots that larger ships are unable to reach – like up Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, and hideaway ports in the Caribbean like Mayreau, Grenadines; Marigot, St Martin; and Gustavia, St Barts.

Prices for a seven-night Spain and Portugal Voyage cruise on Azamara Journey departing 25 June 2011 start from $2670 per person.

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