Azamara Journey - 10- Day Athens to Venice

Azamara Journey Cruise Review to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 25

Overall rating:

5 out of 5
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Azamara Journey

10 Night Greek Isles & Adriatic (Athens To Venice)

Sail date: June 23, 2016

Ship: Azamara Journey

Cabin type: Balcony

Cabin number: 7111

Traveled as: Couple

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Review summary

We really enjoyed the size of the Journey, especially for cruising the Greek Isles and Adriatic, and are probably going to look for similar ships for future cruising. No more large boats for us. However, what really sets Azamara apart in our minds was the staff - from the crew to the wait staff. On this ship, the captain (Johannes Tysse) and the cruise director (Eric De Gray) are in a league of their own and a lot of fun but everyone was super courteous and helpful. 

 

The only thing I would look for next time is for a less port-intensive trip. As nice as the islands were, we both would have enjoyed a day or 2 more at sea just to enjoy the ship's amenities. Also should mention that having access to a laundry room was awesome. It really cut down on the amount of clothing we had to bring.

Ship experiences

Food and Dining

5 out of 5

Onboard Activities

5 out of 5

Entertainment

5 out of 5

Service and Staff

5 out of 5

Ship Quality

5 out of 5

Cabin / Stateroom

3 out of 5
We splurged on the veranda suite for our anniversary and glad we did given the 90+ degree temperatures. However, the room was one of the smallest we have ever had so of questionable value since we didn't spend much time in it. We probably would have had it been larger.

Ports of call

Santorini, Greece

5 out of 5

Souda (Chania), Crete

5 out of 5

Kotor, Montenegro

5 out of 5

Dubrovnik, Croatia

5 out of 5
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