Azamara Journey Review

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Review for the Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Azamara Journey
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2016
Cabin: Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

This was our third trip through the Panama Canal and we enjoyed it as much as our first two. We had been to many of the ports on this itinerary before, so we picked this cruise for the ship - we love the R Class ships. We sailed many times on Renaissance - it was our favorite line. We have followed the dispersal of the 8 R Class ships after the line filed for bankruptcy (Oceania has 4, Azamara has 2, Princess has 1 and Fathom has 1, going to Cuba)

We are both in our 60s and love sea days. We don't pick cruises for the entertainment or even the ports at this point. We never do the ship's land excursions. This was our first Azamara cruise but it won't be our last. We loved everything about this trip (except for the long lines at embarkation in LA). We tend to keep to ourselves and liked the number of tables for two available in most venues (in Main Dining Room they were extremely close to one another).

The ship was extensively updated about 30 days prior to our cruise and the smell of new carpet and paint had faded. The public rooms and staterooms have new carpet and furniture. Overall the the ship is in great shape and the crew was fantastic - friendly and helpful.

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Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom

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The cabin had plenty of storage in our opinion. Luggage fit nicely under the bed. Very little storage in the bathroom but we managed. The drapes closed securely so sleeping easy. No noise to speak of. The AC was adequate. We asked for service on it and after that it seemed better. We had several days in the 90s!

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