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Azamara Journey Cruise Reviews

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Our first time on Azamara - loved it.
"Good size bedside cabinets with additional storage.Widows for breakfast some days was very good, though most days we tended to have a simple room service breakfast to try and limit our food consumption...."Read More
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Different Sea, Different Ship, same quality Cruiseline

Review for Azamara Journey to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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cruisefam38
10+ Cruises

This cruise could have been a disappointment. For that matter, this Greece-Turkey cruise could have been a dud. Instead the trip turned out to be our second thoroughly satisfying vacation on an Azamara ship this year. When we first booked the Black Sea cruise last year, we were really looking forward to finally going to Istanbul and seeing a different part of the world. Then the geopolitical ...
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Sail Date: August 2022

Cabin Type: Club Continent Suite


Nice to be back.

Review for Azamara Journey to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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Sunny Climes
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

A few facts to start with.. Azamara Journey, France Intensive. Barcelona to Nice over seven nights stopping at seven ports. Three tendered ports, the remaining docked. All docked ports were in best berth in that particular port. No requirement for a free bus into town at any location. Perfect seamanship, the Journey arrived and departed exactly on schedule each day. Captains broadcasts kept to ...
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Sail Date: July 2022

Cabin Type: Club Continent Suite


Our first time on Azamara - loved it.

Review for Azamara Journey to Europe - British Isles & Western

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Skintman
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Overall 5/5. We did not expect the Canary Islands itinerary to be the most interesting, as we have stayed on most of the islands before, but it was just great to be travelling again and we enjoyed it more than we expected to. Our first cruise with Azamara and one of our favourite ships to date. It was our 26th cruise. We considered staying onboard for the next leg of the cruise, but it was doing ...
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Sail Date: January 2022

Cabin Type: Club Continent Suite


a wonderful cruise , highly recommended

Review for Azamara Journey to Europe - British Isles & Western

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cruiserzoetermeer60
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We choose this cruise because our country (the Netherlands) were in lockdown and the Canary Island not. And because we had heard that Azamara has a high standard of cruising. And indeed they have. We were pampered all the way with an excellent service, very good food, a cozy atmosphere and easy contacts with fellow passengers. We were lucky to have only 231 passengers on board (instead of the ...
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Sail Date: December 2021

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Excellent experience with Azamara

Review for Azamara Journey to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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holiday12
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We were a little hesitant about getting aboard a cruise ship again. The crew and staff of Azamara were excellent, we very quickly realised that we were safer on this ship than being at home. The testing at embarkation was swift and very well organised and we were soon given the clearance to board the ship. A small group of us were shown the emergency drill, then onward to our cabin. The ...
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Sail Date: November 2021

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Good boat, great cruise

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand

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JohnnyBumpo
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

This was our 4th Azamara cruise and our third on the Journey. In the past, we liked Azamara because of the small size of the boat, food and service. With 690 passengers, you never feel like you're being herded around. You will get to know a lot of our fellow passengers. Most, like us, are in their 60s and 70s and seasoned travelers. But, our tastes have changed. The veranda cabins are ...
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Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises

Thank you JohnnyBumpo for the cruise review. We appreciate it, and your loyalty to Azamara. One tiny correction...our buffet restaurant is called Windows (not Waves.) We hope to welcome you...

Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Pumpkin, pasta and more pumpkin!

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand

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veggieonboard
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Background: 3 61-67 year olds, well travelled plenty of cruises under our belts with RCL, Celebrity, Azamara (10 years ago) and Oceania. 2 carnivores and 1 vegetarian. Picked the cruise mainly for the ports of call and visiting Tasmania overnight. Booked flights on Singapore/Air New Zealand, good service, food a mix of good and bad, plenty of leg room. Stayed at the Quest Apartments, ...
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Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises

I am sorry you were so disappointed in the food, veggieonboard. And sorry you will not sail again with us. If you change your mind, we will be here waiting for you....

Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Club Continent Suite


Mostly good, some sad, and some ugly

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand

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flyingron
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

Food was also above average in both Windows and Discoveries. I was unsure that Aqualina/Prime C was worth the extra money. We did splurge on the Valentine's Dinner in Aqualina, and that was incredible. I loved our waiters (Philbert and Yolana) in Discoveries. Entertainment was fun. Loved Jessie on the saxophone but sad to hear she was a one sailing fill in. Azamara Evening with the ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


Lovely, comfortable ship, excellent service and wonderful ports

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand

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BetsyT
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise because we were interested in seeing the South Pacific and New Zealand and the package deal we got included airfare, unlimited internet and trip insurance (important, as my husband and I are in our mid-60s). We missed our flight and the ship's sailing from Tahiti, so had to board in Bora Bora, the second port on the itinerary. Checking in was fast and efficient - everything ...
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Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises

Thank you BetsyT for the 5-star review. We are very happy you enjoyed your first cruise with us, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon!...

Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


An enjoyable cruise marred by the disappointing food

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand

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Captain Povey
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We are experienced cruisers and have tried a number of different cruise lines over many years. Overall, we enjoyed this cruise despite the disappointment of missing Raratonga due to the poor weather and conditions too dangerous to permit safe tendering. But the food was a huge disappointment and on the basis of that alone I do not expect we will ever choose Azamara again. At the outset we ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Club Veranda Stateroom


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