The itinerary was what attracted us to the cruise, but also our previous experience of Azamara.
It started with a poor experience of the port, not because of anything Azamara did but the poor process the Chilean authorities had, forcing us to queue, something we'd not had on any previous cruise with Azamara because of the small size of the ship you don't often see queues. The actual check-in was on the ship and that worked well. But I don't recommend San Antonio as a departure point.
Once aboard the Pursuit, it was clear how much work had been carried out, transforming this ship into the newest Azamara vessel. We loved the quality of the new decoration and fittings which we think has been done to an even higher level than on Journey and Quest. I understand that both Quest and Journey are going to have further work carried out on them soon to get then up to this new level.
Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises
Well maintained cabin with plenty of storage, the shower, because of the curtain isn't the best, though some of us have a solution to that. TV system on this ship is different to the other two ships, in a couple of ways better but it lacks the accounting and in-room booking systems the other ships have, although there was also a working phone App being trialled on Pursuit which was good.