Azamara has announced that bookings are now open for its return to service, beginning August 28, 2021.
The line will operate five back-to-back Greece Country-Intensive Voyages aboard Azamara Quest, which will be seven-nights each and include a total of 18 late-night stays in port.
Azamara is also launching a new onboard program called Destination Celebration, which will be an adaptation of its popular AzAmazing Evenings.
“We are excited that today marks the day that our guests can begin to plan their highly anticipated vacation and join us in exploring the world again,” said President of Azamara, Carol Cabezas.
“The philosophy behind every Azamara voyage is our in-depth Destination Immersion experiences, designed to connect travelers to the heart of local culture. While the world may have changed, Azamara’s commitment to delivering experiences that connect guests to authentic culture remains intact and we are thrilled to bring the destination to life safely onboard our ships by introducing Destination Celebrations.”
Designed with the health and safety of Azamara’s guests and crew in mind, Destination Celebrations will allow travelers to still have an immersive experience without even leaving the ship. The new evening events will be available from this year through spring 2022 on most voyages that are seven nights or longer.
The Destination Celebration event in Rhodes, Greece will feature music by Duo Violins with an accompanying orchestra and singer, as well as six Greek Gods in respective dress and insignia.
In Sorrento, Italy, passengers will enjoy an evening attributed to famous Italian operatic tenor, Enrico Caruso. Caruso is considered by many to be the greatest singer of all time, with a rich and powerful operatic music style unlike any other.
To book one of Azamara’s Greece Country-Intensive voyages, visit azamara.com/greecereturn.
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