New Grand Voyages by Azamara offer extended stays in ports and added amenities.
From Tasmania to Niigata in Japan, Azamara’s Grand Voyages whisk guests across continents.
Guests have been opting for longer itineraries and back-to-back sailings over the past few years, said Carol Cabezas, president of Azamara Club Cruises.
To respond to the increasing demand for prolonged travel, we have created Grand Voyages to encourage our guests to explore the rich tapestry of cultures, cuisines, and traditions all around the world in greater depth. From South Africa to Portugal, or from Japan to Greece, our ships will be their home away from home, creating lasting memories along the way.
Some itineraries have more than 30 Extended Destination Days on each of the 11 Grand Voyages, with 10 or more hours in port. Among the new amenities are complimentary economy class air, up to $1,200 in shore excursion credits, premium beverage packages, Wi-Fi for two devices, and weekly laundry services.
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