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Azamara Club Cruises Cruise Reviews

Review Summary

  • Couple
    4.1
  • Family w/young children
    5.0
  • Family w/older children
    1.0
  • Singles/Friends
    4.0
  • Large Group
    0.0

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Traveled As:
Singles/Friends

Room Type:
Balcony

Experience:
4-6 cruises

4 star
4 star
4 star
4 star
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Worth the price

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Azamara Quest | Sail Date: Oct 08, 2011

Overall the ship was beautiful. It is decorated in a somewhat formal style, but at the same time felt comfortable. It was very well laid out and very clean (hand sanitizer at every corner!). The service, food, and facilities were all top notch.

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Traveled As:
Singles/Friends

Room Type:
Balcony

Experience:
4-6 cruises

4 star
4 star
4 star
4 star
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Great Experience

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Azamara Journey | Sail Date: Jul 14, 2011

The ship was beautiful, nicely sized rooms (except for small bathroom), fantastic dining and service. Nice excursions. Entertainment in showroom a bit off, but the disco was pretty good.

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Traveled As:
Singles/Friends

Room Type:
Balcony

Experience:
2-3 cruises

5 star
5 star
5 star
5 star
5 star

A Dream Come True

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Azamara Journey | Sail Date: Dec 11, 2010

To travel on the Azamara Journey is like being in Nirvana. The size of the ship, the decor, the food, the professionalism and attentiveness of the staff, the entertainment - just everything. I am 81 years old and this was my 3rd trip on this ship. I would choose no other. I can't wait for my next trip.

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Traveled As:
Couple

Room Type:
Balcony

Experience:
2-3 cruises

5 star
5 star
5 star
5 star
5 star

A fabulous cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Azamara Journey | Sail Date: Feb 24, 2009

the ship was maintained extremely well and was immaculate everywhere. It was very easy to find areas, easy to get the elevator when needed and the staff was so very friendly and helpful. The decor was very nice and there were fresh flowers in many areas.

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Ships for Azamara Club Cruises

Name Age Rating Reviews
Azamara Quest 14 years, 7 months old
4 star 4 star 4 star 4 star empty star

3.8 out of 5

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Azamara Journey 14 years, 3 months old
4 star 4 star 4 star 4 star empty star

4.2 out of 5

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Ports in Azamara Club Cruises

Cozumel, Mexico (8740 Reviews)

Sitting just off the gorgeous Yucatan coast, Cozumel revels in its mythic white-sand beaches and world-class coral reefs. Yet Cozumel is also the last stronghold of the Mayas, who settled the island in 300 A.D. Residents still speak Maya, and sometimes wear traditional Mayan clothing. Nearby stand the great pyramids and temples of their ancestors.

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Philipsburg, St. Maarten (3621 Reviews)

An island under two flags, St. Martin/St. Maarten is French and Dutch. Philipsburg is on the Dutch side and famous for its duty-free emporia and casinos. A short drive will bring you to Marigot, a charming French Colonial outpost featuring shops filled with French fashions and imported Gallic goodies, as well as beautiful beaches.

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Key West, Florida (2977 Reviews)

Key West has the best diving, snorkeling, fishing and boating in the continental U.S. Just a three-by-five mile Island, Key West offers a treat for the masses that flock here. Locals and tourists alike stroll down Duval Street each night to witness the Sunset Celebration, where they find hand-made souvenirs, munchies, cold drinks and a show so spectacular, only nature could have created it.

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Belize City, Belize (2771 Reviews)

Belize City is the country's chief seaport, so snorkeling and diving is big here...bring a suit! Travel to a city previously inhabited by the Mayan people at Altun Ha, ancient temple of the Sun God. Or visit the Belize Zoo or Baboon Sanctuary. Gales Point is a great place to view manatees!

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Miami, Florida (1685 Reviews)

Explore all that Miami has to offer, from the magnificent Port of Miami, to the world famous Everglades and Biscayne National Parks, historic Coconut Grove, and trendy South Beach. Other attractions include the Miami Seaquarium , Miami MetroZoo, and sports teams the Dolphins, Heat and Marlins. No wonder so many celebrities, such as Gloria Estefan, Madonna and Ricky Martin, call Miami home.

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Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island) (1445 Reviews)

Labadee boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Kick back in a lounge chair under a thatched canopy. Or go walking for shells along the beaches of white sand. This also a great place to purchase Haitian crafts and paintings from local merchants.

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Bridgetown, Barbados (1247 Reviews)

Bridgetown is the southernmost port on the island of Barbados and its capital. The beaches are plentiful, as is the seafood. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and diving in the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean or try your hand at a local cricket match.

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Oranjestad, Aruba (1095 Reviews)

Blessed with a non-stop breeze, neat little Oranjestad reflects the Dutch passion for cleanliness. Stroll the town's chic shops, venture out to see the wind-formed divi-divi trees, or visit an undersea garden of brilliant corals on a semi-submersible craft.

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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (1076 Reviews)

Sail past Los Arcos, the soaring rock archway at the extreme southern tip of Baja California that guards Cabo's perfect harbor. This idyllic bay once sheltered treasure ships from the Orient, and pirate brigs bent on those treasures. Now Cabo caters to an international vacation set, and has a strong artistic tradition famous for its black-coral jewelry.

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St. John's, Antigua (1008 Reviews)

Originally established as a British settlement in the 17th century, Antigua certified its independence in 1981. Today, it is a vastly popular oasis, famed for its spectacular climate and 366 pristine beaches. St. John's is a splendid jewel on this tropical crown, boasting lush greenery and limitless recreation options. Take a hiking safari and be dazzled by the sights of the island at 1200 feet.

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