Azamara Club Cruises, which is one of Australia’s fastest growing cruise lines, has this week announced a new round-the-world cruise experience, scheduled to depart from Sydney in 2018. Named the ultimate 102-day cruise itinerary, this global voyage will take place aboard Azamara Journey, and is due to depart from Sydney on 7 March 2018, reaching London, UK on 17 June.
Azamara Club Cruises has ramped up its choice of itineraries in recent months, particularly in Australia, where the cruise line has deployed one of its ships for the summer cruise season. The line is renowned for its intimate, luxury travel experiences — giving guests a more exclusive cruise holiday experience than larger lines like Royal Caribbean and P&O.
For those looking for the ultimate cruise experience in 2016, Azamara’s latest round-the-world cruise promises a holiday like no other. Sailing for a total of 102 nights aboard Azamara Journey, guests will have the opportunity to sample different cultures across several countries — from Southeast Asia and the Arab Emirates, to Spain, France and the UK.
Here, we’ve highlighted a handful of the ports Azamara Journey will call at on her way from Sydney to London:
- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Bangkok, Thailand
- Yangon, Myanmar
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Muscat, Oman
- Rome, Italy
- Monaco, France
- Barcelona, Spain
- Lisbon, Spain
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
As well as having the opportunity to explore the historic sites of some of the world’s best loved cities, Azamara Club Cruise passengers will also have the opportunity to attend the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix, both of which take place on the exquisite French Riviera.
Ahead of embarkation, Azamara passengers will be welcomed aboard the ship by Azamara Club Cruises president and CEO, Larry Pimentel, in celebration of this incredible journey.
For more information about this specific voyage, or to find out more about Azamara Club Cruises, visit the Cruise1st Australia website or call our helpful team on 1300 857 345.
Header image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit: Nick