Azamara Pursuit Cruises
The Azamara fleet constitutes three of eight identical R-class ships built around 2000. All eight vessels are now owned by three luxury cruise lines, which underlines their popularity. The vessel looks extra sparkling following its 2018 move to the Azamara fleet. The ship is able to access ports not visited by larger vessels. Carrying just 704 passengers, its elegant public spaces are uncrowded. And her name “Pursuit”? Well, it’s a synonym for “Journey” and “Quest”, her identical sister ships.
Personalised service is an Azamara hallmark. Your fellow guests will likely be adults-only and seniors, well-travelled and conversational. Azamara features include: exceptional cuisine, health and fitness programs, longer stays in port, and carefully selected land tours. Fares are inclusive of most everything that is usually an additional cost on a cruise – and that’s refreshing. Read more
Special needs are cared for, and single fare supplements are exceptionally low.
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