Azamara Club Cruises Unveils Details of Grand Voyages

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Marseille is one of several stops on Azamara's Europe Triple Tour.

Azamara Club Cruises has announced details of its Grand Voyages, where guests can receive onboard credit, which can be used for specialty dining, shore excursions, and more, based on the duration of the sailing, plus complimentary WiFi.

As part of Grand Voyages, for the first time ever, the brand is offering a total of 21 individual back-to-back sailings across the globe. Azamara’s Grand Voyages are designed for guests to opt in for longer sailings by visiting more destinations while simultaneously saving money on their booking. Guests booking four nights or less will receive $150 in onboard credit, while those booking five to eight nights will receive $300 in onboard credit. Travelers spending nine nights or more with Azamara will receive $400.

In celebration of the back-to-back voyages, Azamara will also premier its Europe Triple Tour, a special Grand Voyage that allows guests the opportunity to sail on all three Azamara ships. Collectively, Azamara Journey, Azamara Quest, and Azamara Pursuit will sail for 42 days and dock in 13 countries on the Europe Triple Tour. The tour will follow the 9-night Mediterranean Icons Voyage route before embarking on the 5-night Grand Prix & Riviera Voyage followed by the 13-night Wine and Romance Voyage, and ending with the 15-night Baltic Highlights Voyage.

For more information, visit azamaraclubcruises.com, and for more cruise industry news and updates, click here.

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