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Sail Date: December 2015
Just came back from our cruise, and it was more than I expected. I had read some of the reviews, and since this was my first time on this ship, I was a little worried. Our experience was great. I'll tell you the negative first. The ... Read More
Just came back from our cruise, and it was more than I expected. I had read some of the reviews, and since this was my first time on this ship, I was a little worried. Our experience was great. I'll tell you the negative first. The shower stalls are very small, but the amenities are good. The excursions from the ship did not appeal to me and it was expensive, as is the spa. The good parts: The food was better than any cruise I have taken lately. The variety may not be as great, but the quality was good. The entertainment was the best I've ever experienced on any ship. The cruise director Eric is a phenomenal entertainer!!! We enjoyed every performance of his, whether they were songs like Bring Him Home or Battle Hymn of the Republic, or whether he was the the Dancing Queen, he excelled in them all. He was backed up by a very small but excellent entertainment crew. My husband, who complains all the time about sub-par entertainment on cruises, sat through every performance on this ship. The guests they had on were also excellent. This is the first cruise I have been on where the captain was very visible. He was everywhere and was approachable and friendly. The crew was great. Our room steward Joy was a happy girl. She was alway singing or smiling and greeted us with cheer each day. There were a couple of hiccups that had nothing to do with the cruise itself, but with the immigration people in one of the islands, and the captain did everything possible to make it easier, but they were stubborn and that caused some people to miss hours of their paid for excursions. Overall, it was a very pleasant trip and I will do this ship again if the itinerary is right. Since I don't drink alcohol, I cannot comment on the quality of wines etc. However, it was nice not to have a big bill at the end of the trip. Some ships charge a fee per person per day for both open seating dining and gratuities. This one was inclusive and so it was our choice if we wanted to tip or not. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015
This was our third trip on the Journey. We have not been on any other cruise ships , so cannot compare. Overall it was a good trip. We very much like the small ship experience, no kids ambiance, and the staff are all excellent , and ... Read More
This was our third trip on the Journey. We have not been on any other cruise ships , so cannot compare. Overall it was a good trip. We very much like the small ship experience, no kids ambiance, and the staff are all excellent , and seem to "know you personally". Other guests were predominantly "senior", but well travelled and easy to get into conversation with. The one point many other repeat guests agreed on was the apparently more lax dress code in the evenings. OK they still state "resort casual" ..and I don't want/expect suits/ jackets/ties, but now there are more Hawaiian shirts , polo shirts , and even some T shirts. This lowers the tone..."dressing for dinner" was less of a pleasure. It is a smallish pool area, which can get a little crowded, but the sundeck is always quiet and spacious. As others say , the excursions are way overpriced. At BVI I think they were charging $20 for a 5 minute beach transfer , and the local taxis wanted $5. Also , like everyone else, I want to moan about the drinks policy: I resent the hard sell on embarkation... you really do not need to purchase the package. The free daily wines are fine , and you can always request "yesterdays wine" , or "the Chardonnay" in you want to. The frustrating thing is : no "sparkling" wine available (only champagne at $18/glass!), and the crazy (only -some- are- free) cocktail rules : so you cannot have say a negroni, and the "free " list is hidden at the back of the winelist and consists of weird drinks with no ingredients listed.. The entertainment is a bit mixed: we had an awful unfunny "comedian" (Bruce Smirnoff) , and a harpist , who tried to tell lame stories...The ships little dance troupe however were excellent . It is an older ship : the bathrooms are tiny, and all the port side loos were blocked for almost a whole day..meaning the public loos were not a pretty sight... The food in my opinion is fine. We are vegetarians, and there were always one or two options on the menu. The Head chef tried to be helpful , and offered to make whatever we wanted , but the "off-menu" items were not that successful , so we relied on repeat ordering from known successes. There is a slight tendency to rely on pasta and curry as veg options though. A major plus for us is "free seating" policy : eat when you like , at table for 2 or with friends. There is a slight feel of cost trimming : odd items in the buffet "ran out", and the buffets were not as varied or "sumptuous" as I remember from our first trip a few years ago. Would we go again? probably yes , but ideally we would like to try a more “dressy” experience (but budget could be an issue!) Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2015
This was our third trip on the Journey. We have not been on any other cruise ships , so cannot compare. Overall it was a good trip. We very much like the small ship experience, no kids ambiance, and the staff are all excellent , and ... Read More
This was our third trip on the Journey. We have not been on any other cruise ships , so cannot compare. Overall it was a good trip. We very much like the small ship experience, no kids ambiance, and the staff are all excellent , and seem to "know you personally". Other guests were predominantly "senior", but well traveled and easy to get into conversation with. The one point many other repeat guests agreed on was the apparently more lax dress code in the evenings. OK they still state "resort casual" ..and I don't want/expect suits/ jackets/ties, but now there are more Hawaiian shirts , polo shirts , and even some T shirts. This lowers the tone..."dressing for dinner" was less of a pleasure. It is a smallish pool area, which can get a little crowded, but the sundeck is always quiet and spacious. As others say , the excursions are way overpriced. At BVI I think they were charging $20 for a 5 minute beach transfer , and the local taxis wanted $5. Also , like everyone else, I want to moan about the drinks policy: I resent the hard sell on embarkation... you really do not need to purchase the package. The free daily wines are fine , and you can always request "yesterdays wine" , or "the Chardonnay" in you want to. The frustrating thing is : no "sparkling" wine available (only champagne at $18/glass!), and the crazy (only -some- are- free) cocktail rules : so you cannot have say a negroni, and the "free " list is hidden at the back of the winelist and consists of weird drinks with no ingredients listed.. The entertainment is a bit mixed: we had an awful unfunny "comedian" (Bruce Smirnoff) , and a harpist , who tried to tell lame stories...The ships little dance troupe however were excellent . It is an older ship : the bathrooms are tiny, and all the port side loos were blocked for almost a whole day..meaning the public loos were not a pretty sight... The food in my opinion is fine. We are vegetarians, and there were always one or two options on the menu. The Head chef tried to be helpful , and offered to make whatever we wanted , but the "off-menu" items were not that successful , so we relied on repeat ordering from known successes. There is a slight tendency to rely on pasta and curry as veg options though. A major plus for us is "free seating" policy : eat when you like , at table for 2 or with friends. There is a slight feel of cost trimming : odd items in the buffet "ran out", and the buffets were not as varied or "sumptuous" as I remember from our first trip a few years ago. Would we go again? probably yes , but ideally we would like to try a more “dressy” experience (but budget could be an issue!) Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015

This was our first Azamara cruise and will not be our last. From the very first day until the last, the service was superb. The food was excellent in both the Discoveries Restaurant and the Window's Cafe. We particularly enjoyed dinners ... Read More

This was our first Azamara cruise and will not be our last. From the very first day until the last, the service was superb. The food was excellent in both the Discoveries Restaurant and the Window's Cafe. We particularly enjoyed dinners in the Window's Cafe sitting at the stern of the ship, enjoying the sunset and breeze. The waiters and staff were super responsive and friendly. Noteworthy staff - Jennifer, Erwin, Joey, Lyric, Carlos, and of course the entire management team, and many more. The Captain was everywhere and Eric DeGray is, without a doubt, one of the most talented Cruise Director's I have ever encountered. He is to be commended for the excellent entertainment throughout the ship but particularly the evening productions. Azamara promises an Azamara Evening. I fully expected a visit to a touristy attraction where we would get some champagne and see Tango dancers but the Azamara went over and above! We were so impressed and entertained and really overwhelmed by the Azamara evening. We were taken to a famous archeological site, the El Zanjon de Granados, where we toured the historic tunnels only to arrive at an impressive dining area with a Tango production artistically describing the history of Tango through narrative and dance.

The Journey was elegantly furnished, clean and lovely. Our cabin was not exceptional but a bit higher standard than other RC lines and the bedding and pillows are what made it seem a step above, as well as draperies and furniture. We had a nice balcony. Any complaints that I was aware of (we had very few) were addressed quickly and earnestly by staff. So impressive. There is a laundry room which is helpful on long cruises. Of course, best time to use it is very early and not "at sea" days. The Land Discoveries were excellent, well organized, and efficient. I felt safe and well prepared for all excursions. One great treat are the Cultural Presentations which are offered in advance of and for all ports visited. The speakers were informative and added humor and their own prior experience, and were available for the entire cruise which was really very nice.

Lastly, we encountered some of the most delightful fellow passengers who were interesting and friendly.

I can't wait to travel on Azamara again. It was truly one of our best vacations.

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Sail Date: February 2015

My husband and I just returned from the 12 Night Rio Carnival & Buenos Aires Voyage on the Azamara Journey and we can't stop raving about the trip. We are well-seasoned travelers who have taken more than a handful of cruises, but ... Read More

My husband and I just returned from the 12 Night Rio Carnival & Buenos Aires Voyage on the Azamara Journey and we can't stop raving about the trip. We are well-seasoned travelers who have taken more than a handful of cruises, but this experience was really "la creme de la creme."

We love cruising for the ease with which it allows you to see multiple destinations: you unpack your bags once, you see many amazing cities, and the time spent traveling between them is an opportunity to unwind in a hot tub, to lounge by a pool with a fruity cocktail, to play trivia, to sing karaoke, to eat abundantly, to visit the casino, or to do whatever the heck it is you like to do. However, on other cruises, the typical downsides are that your time spent in each port is usually limited to a fast-paced day trip, the food is usually B+ at best, and it is hard to feel truly relaxed when you are rushing around so much.

Azamara has unlocked the code to facilitating a superb vacation. This trip had four full days at sea, so there was plenty of time to unwind and relax. We visited the astral spa twice for facials and massages, which we really enjoyed. We also paid extra to use the Thalassotherapy pool and private deck (it's free for those who book a suite), which we felt was a worthwhile expense for the VIP privacy benefits it provided. We had a blast in the casino and the entertainment on board was better than most.

The fact that we spent two days and one night in both Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro meant that we were able to truly experience both cities and their nightlife without feeling rushed. We especially enjoyed the AzAmazing evening in Buenos Aires where we toured a fantastic historic home and were treated to a spectacular tango show. Afterwards, we ventured out into town on our own and had one of the best meals of our lives at an authentic Parilla in town (Don Julio). Obviously, it goes without saying that Carnaval in Rio is a bucket-list activity, and Azamara did a great job of organizing everything (at an extra cost), while making sure everyone felt safe. I especially appreciated the little tea sandwiches which were waiting for us in our stateroom when we returned from the Sambadrome at 5 am. It made me feel like Azamara was my mom and always looking out!

Overall, we enjoyed the Land Discoveries we booked. They were convenient and helpful to get a good lay of the land. The day we disembarked, we booked a tour of Rio, which allowed us to fill the day (before our 11 pm flight home) seeing all the major sights (Sugarloaf, all the beaches, Christ the Redeemer), while our luggage was safely stored on the bus, and included a complimentary trip to the airport.

The food and service on board the Azamara Journey is superb (and we are really picky). On other cruise lines, the specialty restaurants are your best bet for a decent meal. This isn't necessarily true on the Journey. The food is great everywhere, so don't feel compelled to book them, however the service is extra great if you do. Likewise, we appreciated the all-inclusive aspect to the booze. The wines, cocktails and beers that came included were perfectly fine and made it easy to drink without worrying about the bar tab.

Lastly, the fact that the ship is smaller afforded a sense of camaraderie among the passengers and we made dozens of new friends. Our only word of caution is that families traveling with children may be dismayed to find that the cruise did not expressly cater to young children.

Honestly, we highly recommend this trip and plan to cruise with Azamara again in the future.

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Sail Date: January 2015

Went on this ship 14 years ago and nothing's changed in all that time! It needs a total makeover, a total gutting of the ship. It looks old and feels old.

The food in the dining room was only mediocre. They have 2 specialty ... Read More

Went on this ship 14 years ago and nothing's changed in all that time! It needs a total makeover, a total gutting of the ship. It looks old and feels old.

The food in the dining room was only mediocre. They have 2 specialty restaurants which were better but they charge you extra to dine there. This felt like "nickle and diming". The cruise was not inexpensive--these restaurants should be included in the price.

Also they advertise that soft drinks are included. However, if you decide to have a soft drink that is provided in your cabin's fridge, you are charged a fee! Really? Come on, this again is "nickle and diming".

Gratuities are also advertised as being included, however, it is clear that the staff expect more. For example on our last day, they were waiting outside our cabin door and it was obvious that they expected to receive an additional tip.

The entertainment was very amateurish. They could put you to sleep.

The service was good--the staff did their best to please their customers.

Shore excursions were very overpriced. You are much better off using a private tour guide either on your own or with a small group of people.

We receive numerous emails from Oceania and are planning to try them for our next cruise. They don't charge for their specialty restaurants and any of their soft drinks. Also their ships are small and totally refurbished and some are brand new.

 

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Sail Date: January 2015

Due to the bad weather we missed the Buenos Aires port which we were looking forward to. ChoiceAir was the worst company to deal with. My husband and I never book through cruise lines but due to unpredictable weather we decided to take ... Read More

Due to the bad weather we missed the Buenos Aires port which we were looking forward to. ChoiceAir was the worst company to deal with. My husband and I never book through cruise lines but due to unpredictable weather we decided to take a chance. ChoiceAir has an emergency team that is supposed to do everything they can to ensure you get to the ship. They did not accommodate our requests but were very responsive to other cruisers who managed to get to the ship on the first day. Other cruises who did their own air arrangements that were from our area also managed to get out before the storm. We were three days late. When we arrived at the pier our names were not on the list as passengers arriving late. It was as if they didn't care whether we made it or not even though they were notified. It took us a while to finally explain and get on the ship to check in. We are still trying to get some sort of compensation for the lack of customer service and incompetent employees from ChoiceAir.

Azamara offers complimentary alcoholic beverages which we felt took away from the dining. We are not big drinkers but decided on this cruise for the itinerary and good food from past cruise. My husband ordered a cuban sandwich from the grill which was just a hoagie with meat, sauce and cubes of cheese. In the past this was grilled like a panini. The grilled blackened fish was just grilled with lots of oil and no seasoning. The dining room salad was so small I had to ask for another. There was no shrimp cocktail on the menu. The entrees were just ordinary nothing that stood out where you couldn't wait to taste it. Like my husband said the food was adequate but nothing to write home about. The italian specialty restaurant was nothing spectacular and not worth the extra cost. However, the steak restaurant was far & beyond my expectations and worth every cent. I just couldn't understand why these fine dining options were not available in the dining room like other cruise lines. There was no fresh spinach or berries; all was frozen and defrosted.

Other than that the service was impeccable. We did not go to any shows; there was nothing that stood out for us.

Only one of the two hot tubs jets were working.

We missed a tender port due to severe winds. This was very disappointing as it was one of the top ten most beautiful places in the world. So missing Buenos Aires and Buzios really put a damper on the trip especially for the high amount of money I paid for this vacation.

 

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Sail Date: December 2014

I was on the Rio to Buenos Aires 9 day cruise that disembarked Dec 22.

I'm a pretty experienced cruiser having been on over 70 cruises including now 2 on Azamara, 2 on Oceania, Seabourn, Crystal, as well as a range of other ... Read More

I was on the Rio to Buenos Aires 9 day cruise that disembarked Dec 22.

I'm a pretty experienced cruiser having been on over 70 cruises including now 2 on Azamara, 2 on Oceania, Seabourn, Crystal, as well as a range of other lower price point lines over the past 25 years. I have been at sea for 100 days this year. In my opinion, service by all staff, crew and officers (with one exception by Guest Services) was excellent. In particular, all dining room/buffet staff were extraordinarily efficient, polished and friendly without being intrusive. Heike, the Hotel Mgr, was more hands on than any other 4 striper I have ever observed at sea. She does a great job with staff.

Our cabin was a forward veranda, deck 6 - a standard sized veranda with flat screen and a minibar stocked with free beer, soft drinks and water. Bedding was comfortably sumptuous. Veranda chair and table quite comfortable as well. Pretty much what one would expect from a premium line. We opted out of room service afternoon tea or any other room service for that matter. The daily fruit plate and soft drinks were sufficient for our in cabin needs.

The entertainment was just okay. The violinist virtuoso show and the and comedienne/magician show were entertaining, however I have typically seen considerably better production shows from the onboard dance and singing team on even mass market lines. The costumer especially needs practice or a bigger budget.

The cruise director, Eric, participated more actively in the evening cabaret entertainment than the CD of any other cruise I've been on. He's okay as a singer and dancer, but could stand to cut back at his attempts at joke telling.

I thought the various daily activities could have been presented earlier in the day. It seemed that many lectures, games, etc., were scheduled for late afternoon which created timing conflicts. I would also have also preferred more dancing before dinner. The orchestra was great, but rarely played for dancing pre-dinner (once I think).

While the service was uniformly great throughout the ship, I can not say the same for the food. I have occasionally written about food/restaurants for a couple of small So Am publications. In anticipation of the platitudinous "tastes in food are so subjective" rejoinder, it's my observation that there are sufficiently well-defined limits to the subjectivity of food taste and quality that most people can generally agree that something is good, bad, or in-between, e.g. most would prefer a well prepared lobster to poorly prepared frozen fish sticks.

We tried the French chef's table ($75 pp add-on) and I was disappointed. As is customary with haute cuisine, there were no condiments on the table (insulting the chef and all that). Unfortunately, my appetizers/soup would have benefitted from some spicing up. Please pass the non-existent pepper and olive oil for that tuna tartar. Lackadaisically, I chose not to bother asking our waiter to retrieve some. My bad.

The main course of beef loin was, not surprisingly, as flavorless as it was tender. Change the cut or sauce it more elaborately. The sommelier droned on with esoteric comments on the wines to such length that one was tempted to start a food fight or do anything else that would get him to stop talking and start refilling glasses. I find it hard to believe any of the 12 diners were interested in how long before the must is separated from the pomace of each wine.

I experienced the same disappointment in Aqualina ($25 pp add-on). The ravioli pasta encasing a lobster flavored filling (vaguely so flavored owing to the apparent paucity of lobster) was gooey/mushy almost to the point of inedibility. Were they reheating these things in a microwave? In order to constitute a decent portion, the two large shrimp scampi of my main course had to be plated along with 3 medium shelled shrimp, the kind served throughout the ship. What about just adding one or two more large prawns cooked as scampi? The pasta side (a requested substitute for rice) was dry and ordinary.

I fared better in Prime C, but just barely. The lobster bisque was nothing like the rich creamy concoction I have had in other specialty restaurants on other lines. The one spaghetti noodle floating in the dish was as much a surprise to my waiter as me. He later informed me it was designed as the raft supporting the lone miniscule piece of lobster served atop the bisque. The veal tenderloin main was okay, but I would have preferred the option of a more flavorful veal chop. The accompanying baked potato was obviously reheated/nuked, but it still arrived insufficiently warm. Service was okay, but no better than the MDR.

Speaking of the MDR, I ordered the Chef's Selection on the first night - pork scallopini with a crab sauce. It was not good. Nor was I impressed (favorably) with any of the subsequent meals in the MDR. Ditto for the buffet in Windows Café. I have to believe Azamara has cut back on food costs. Either that or it needs to reexamine its home office menus/preparation. The paradigm example of ineptitude were the corned beef finger sandwiches served after returning from the Azamazing evening - 2 inches of bread (not rye) surrounding a thin sliver of beef. They got the bread and the beef confused!

The hamburgers served at the pool grill can stand to be upgraded and why was sweet pickle relish only available upon request? Unlike the hamburgers, the veggie burgers were prepared freshly each time and were very good.

Lastly, what is with the all inclusive drink list? The house wines were fine, but I thought that the selection of mixed drinks that were not included made little sense. After all, other mixed drinks using identical or almost identical ingredients (no cost differential) were included. I could have a bloody mary, grasshopper, marguarita, or screwdriver free , but not a Negroni or cosmo? It struck me that there was little thought given to the composition of the all inclusive drink list. A minor distraction, but perhaps an indication of the frugality of the executive menu makers.

p.s. When operating in So Am waters some thought should be given to keeping the dining venues open later in the evenings. People who live in Bs. As. seldom sit down to dinner before 9 pm - when the MDR and specialty restaurants were closing down.

p.p.s Don't get me wrong - I enjoyed the cruise. Food was disappointing only because I had higher expectations.

 

 

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Sail Date: December 2014

This was our first cruise with Azamara. Most of our cruises have been with Crystal and Celebrity. We are a couple in our late 30s and really enjoy a more subdued, upscale environment. I was a little worried having booked this cruise, as ... Read More

This was our first cruise with Azamara. Most of our cruises have been with Crystal and Celebrity. We are a couple in our late 30s and really enjoy a more subdued, upscale environment. I was a little worried having booked this cruise, as the photos of the ship online make the decor look very dated and old-fashioned. I was also concerned about being on a much smaller ship than we are used to. However, I needn't have worried on either count as the ship was fabulous.

As soon as we embarked, I saw how the "classic" decor of this ship really works and created a cozy, high-end environment. The ship, while older, has obviously been well-maintained and we saw very few areas that need updating (most notably, the hallways and soft-goods in the rooms should be updated). We found the ship very easy to navigate, quick to get from one area to the next and very comfortable.

The Azamara service doesn't disappoint (except by the rude girls at Guest Relations), as staff members are readily available to assist with whatever your needs might be. We really appreciated never having to wait for a drink, as servers are constantly checking on guests. This is a BIG change from Celebrity, where it is next-to-impossible to get a drink server's attention. Crew were generally very friendly and available. The officers are very visible as well.

Azamara holds one Azamazing Evening per cruise. Ours was in Rio de Janeiro. We were bussed to a location where we were offered cocktails and given a Samba show. It wasn't "amazing", but it was a fun night and we appreciated doing something that we wouldn't have seen on our own. The transport to the event was seamless. The return transport was a little less so, but wasn't bad.

Food was uniformly good all around the ship; although the buffet could use a little more imagination and variety. We found most of our meals in the main dining room to be good to excellent. We also dined in Prime C and Aqualina, both of which offered fabulous service and excellent food. The main weak point were the gross sandwiches offered in the buffet for those of us returning from the Azamazing Evening.

We stayed in a Club Continent Suite, which was a fantastic room - very large and had everything we could want. We were very happy to have so much storage space and not to have to climb over each other. The only drawback was the location being under the buffet (noisy), but that could have been prevented had we checked the deck plans.

We will continue to cruise primarily with Celebrity, because we do enjoy the activities on the larger ships, but we really enjoyed Azamara and wouldn't hesitate to sail with them again (in fact, we have one booked for 2017!)

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Sail Date: December 2014

Picked this ship and cruise for the itinerary-- was so pleasantly surprised at how nice so many of the ports are-- you never hear much about places like Punta del Este, Ilha Grande, Ilhabela and Parati, but they have beaches and ... Read More

Picked this ship and cruise for the itinerary-- was so pleasantly surprised at how nice so many of the ports are-- you never hear much about places like Punta del Este, Ilha Grande, Ilhabela and Parati, but they have beaches and charming towns that rival anything in the Caribbean. Lopes Mendes beach was so beautiful. The fireworks New Year's eve moored in front of Copacabana beach were just stunning. Indeed, there were many Brazilians on the trip who'd booked the trip mostly for this. Interesting and chatty passenger mix of people from all over-- had many great conversations (Americans, of course, but also, people from Mexico, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, South Africa, all over!) Another highlight was the Iguazu Falls--- not enough time to try to do this on our own, so we booked the ship's excursion for it--- and it was very well done. The Falls are stunning-- "Niagara on Viagra." Its a loooong day, but SOOOOO worth it. And, the excursion lady (not Azamara, their liasion person) called back our bus, when my husband discovered he'd left his cell phone on the bus, waited and waited outside the terminal for it to come back, and then sprinted to the airline gate with his phone and to accompany our group back to Buenos Aires and the ship! She was our hero! As to the Azamara staff and food, we thought the staff was great. We had a Club Continent suite, port side (We gotta have a bath tub!) so our space was great and we didn't experience the problems with noise and A/C that people on the starboard side did. Food was terrific, we're from the Los Angeles area, so we have access to good food-- and we thought the food at Aquilina, Prime C and also the main dining room, was excellent. Went to some of the shows and they were mostly good, too. We liked not having to sign a slip for every single glass of wine, beer, Coke-- we like the inclusive thing, although we tip the room stewards and the people at the specialty restaurants anyway. We had a great time, met LOTS of interesting people and would cruise with Azamara again! Love the size of the ship-- so easily navigable. And this all said, we've been on Silverseas, Celebrity, Crystal and other lines-- and we really liked Azamara!

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