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Azamara Journey Review

4.5 / 5.0
840 reviews

An enjoyable cruise marred by the disappointing food

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Captain Povey
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2020
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom

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 should praise all the crew with whom we came into contact for their friendliness, helpfulness and evident wish to please. This almost certainly derives from the lead given by the Captain who was very much in evidence around the ship interacting with passengers and staff. There were no cases this time of averted eyes when one came across maintenance and other “back-room” staff: all confidently said hello, or more, with a smile.

The Cruise Director and his assistant - Danny Turner and Emily Love - were both excellent, particularly as we understand they are both relatively new to their roles; and the entertainment overall was good given the size of the ship and its limitations.

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Club Veranda Stateroom

The ship is looking a little tired and showing its age, particularly the furnishings, but it was very clean and the staff made the very best of what they have to work with. Our cabin was fine and our Stateroom Attendant and his assistant - Dustin and Bernie – looked after us very well.

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