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Azamara Journey Review

4.5 / 5.0
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784 reviews
67 Awards

Good boat, great cruise

Review for Azamara Journey to Australia & New Zealand
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Club Veranda Stateroom

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 too small. This is an old boat. Refurbished, but not to modern standards. What was telling were Captain Johannes' comments in a Q&A on one of the last days. He likes the small boats, but he wishes the company would build new boats to compete with the competition. Frankly, we would be happier with veranda rooms with either Oceania or Regent (on their smaller ships).

Johannes is an interesting guy - very personable, a sense of humor, and he is visible a lot. Something you will not find on larger boats.

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...

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Club Veranda Stateroom

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