Azamara Club Cruises announces 2019 Itineraries with record 250 ports of call

Apr 12, 2017

Azamara Club Cruises, the boutique cruise line of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, has unveiled the 2019 itineraries with a new record of 250 ports of call, 45 destinations will be visited for the first time. The new itineraries will cover 69 countries, with 94 overnights and will add a total of 145 stays later than eight in the afternoon in the port. In addition, the company incorporates sailings for the first time in Alaska, 9 cruises to special events (Monte Carlo F1 Grand Prix, Venice Redentore Festival).

"Our 2019 itineraries extend across the world with new ports and destinations such as Alaska and further deepen the local culture of different places," said Larry Pimentel, President, and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises. "With the new itineraries, we continue to strengthen our positioning based on the motto" Stay longer, Experience more ", through more proposals on land that allow travelers to connect with people from the places they visit, to further enrich their travel both on land and at sea.

Azamara offers cruises for those who want to enjoy unique experiences in the front row, such as some of the biggest festivals and events around the world: the Monaco Grand Prix and the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix, the Film Festival Of Cannes or even an Annular Eclipse of the Sun by the Indian Ocean.

Amoung the 45 scheduled new ports In 2019 will be Aalborg, Denmark; Lorient, France; Newcastle Upun Tyne, United Kingdom; Borocay Island, Philippines and Stewart Island, New Zealand, among others.

Azamara has recently launched its ground-based program called Cruise Global, Connect Local, which offers an unprecedented array of over a thousand new and exclusive shore excursions. Azamara's team of experts has developed personalized experiences tailored to each style of travel on Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest.

Photo by Marcio Roccha

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