Two new sailings will call on Canada for the first time since 2017 as part of Azamara’s 73 itineraries for 2025.
As well as new itineraries, Azamara will offer double-night stays, which will allow guests to spend more time exploring a destination.
Azamara offers our guests a lot of time in port with late nights and overnight stays, and now we’re taking that to the next level with our new double night stays, giving them even more time to explore each destination.
New double-night stays allow guests to explore the culture and traditions of Andalusia during a stay in Bordeaux, France, or Seville, Spain.
Michael Pawlus, Azamara’s head of itinerary planning, said: “We are excited to return to Canada in 2025 and to offer our guests these unique itineraries visiting lesser-traveled ports in Quebec and Newfoundland as well as Iceland and Greenland.”
With a strong demand for our Country Intensive cruises, we’re adding a number of specialty cruises across Europe in 2025, so our guests can explore smaller ports and hidden gems within a single country.”
As part of Azamara’s new itineraries, passengers will visit six Canadian ports, including Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec; L’Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland; and Harve Saint Pierre, Quebec.
In addition to exploring countries like Italy, Spain, France, Norway, Ireland, Scotland, and Greece, the newly released 2025 itineraries also include Greece. In partnership with PerryGolf, 15 golf cruises will also be offered in 2025, including the British Isles Golf Cruise.
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