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General Information
Azamara Club Cruises
President & CEO:
Larry Pimentel
Ships in Fleet: 2
Year Established: 2007
Corporate Location: Miami, FL
 
Overview
The Azamara Club Cruises Fleet
Destinations & Itineraries
Onboard Experience
Past Passenger Program
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Azamara Cruises Overview
Azamara Club Cruises is owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd (RCCL). The ships in the Azamara Club Cruises fleet were originally going to sail as part of the Celebrity Cruises fleet. However, RCCL decided to branch these deluxe, upscale ships off into their own division, called Azamara Cruises. Larry Pimentel, formerly of SeaDream Yacht Club (among other cruise lines, such as Cunard Line and The Yachts of Seabourn), now (since July 2009) serves as both the President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises. Shortly after his appointment (in December 2009), Azamara Cruises was renamed Azamara Club Cruises to further differentiate themselves from Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises as a true luxury product.

Azamara Club Cruises truly takes premium cruising to a special level. This is evident as there is complimentary butler service available to all staterooms, regardless of accommodation level. Even their shore excursions are something special, as they are designed to immerse their guests in the destinations they travel to. Effective with their April 2010 sailings, soda, non-alcoholic specialty coffees and water are complimentary for all guests. In addition to that, house wine is served to all guests complimentary during lunch and dinner.

There are two sister ships that make up the Azamara Club Cruises fleet, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. These luxurious ships are intimate in size (at 30,277 tons each), featuring beautiful accommodations and spacious public areas.
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Azamara Cruise Destinations
The Azamara Club Cruises fleet will be primarily focusing on exotic, more unique, itineraries. The itineraries that the Azamara fleet will feature include the following: Caribbean, Europe, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, South America, Southeast Asia, and Transatlantic.
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Onboard Azamara Cruises
The dress code aboard the Azamara ships is resort casual. Dining is setup in an open system, where you have the option of coming to dine within a certain time period, rather than at a specific time each night. In addition to the main dining room and buffet, there are two optional five-star quality specialty restaurants onboard each ship (Aquafina and Prime C), where you can pay an additional charge to dine in. All guests are allowed to dine in one of the two specialty restaurants for free one time. Guests staying in suites are allowed to do so twice.
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Azamara Cruises Captains Club
Azamara Club Cruises' past passenger loyalty program is Le Club Voyage. This program has replaced the previously featured Captain's Club (which was a carryover from Azamara's Celebrity Cruises heritage). View our Le Club Voyage page for details.
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Azamara Cruises Fleet
Currently there are two intimate-sized cruise ships in the Azamara Club Cruises fleet, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. These two luxury ships are sister ships, identical in their features.

Azamara Journey

Azamara Journey
Year Built: 2000
Most Recent Refurbished Year: 2007
More Info on Azamara Journey
Azamara Quest

Azamara Quest
Year Built: 2000
Most Recent Refurbished Year: 2007
More Info on Azamara Quest


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