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Azamara Pursuit
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By Erica Silverstein
Cruise Critic Senior Editor

Azamara Pursuit Overview

Azamara has purchased P&O Cruises' Adonia, a former Renaissance R-class ship and sister to the line's current ships, Azamara Journey and Quest. The ship has recently sailed under Carnival's Fathom brand and previously as Princess Cruises' Royal Princess and Swan Hellenic's Minerva II.

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Azamara will take delivery of the ship in March 2018, give it a major refurbishment and re-launch it as Azamara Pursuit in August 2018. Details of the makeover have yet to be announced, though the ship will be redone to match the rest of Azamara's fleet.

The ship will have a few differences from its fleetmates. It will not have a casino; that space will be turned into a lounge. Deck 4 will have six additional outside cabins. The top 10 suites on the ship will each feature a main bathroom with a shower (not a tub) plus a separate powder room. Spa suites will still have tubs. Shore excursions and future cruise desks will be located on Deck 5.

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