There are four new Azamara holiday celebration cruises planned for 2023-24 in Spain, Portugal, Singapore, Vietnam, and other locations.
Three of Azamara’s four ships will be used for the cruises, the Journey, Pursuit, and Quest. As a result of their smaller size, the vessels will be able to dock in smaller destinations, while the cruises will include extended destination days, including 10 or more hours in port and overnight stays.
Our guests will have the opportunity to experience some truly special celebrations around the world with these new sailings, and we are thrilled to offer them. Our new itineraries offer our guests the chance to spend even more time in port while enjoying local festivities in wonderful countries such as Spain, Portugal, Singapore, Vietnam, and beyond,” said Michael Pawlus, Azamara’s head of itinerary planning.
As part of the Lunar New Year festival, Tet Nguyen Dan, the Journey will sail from Singapore to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam on December 5, 2023. One night will be spent in Singapore to attend Christmas on Great Street for guests.
The Pursuit will sail from Lisbon, Portugal to Portimão, Portugal on March 16, 2024 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, with four extended destination days, and an overnight stop in Lisbon as well.
Guests will have access to local historic sites such as the Seville Cathedral and Bellver Castle in Palma from the Quest as it sails from Lisbon to Seville, Spain and Palma, Majorca on April 1, 2024. After sailing from Barcelona, Spain to Lisbon on April 8, the Quest will stop in Seville for the first day of the Feria de Abril celebration.
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