Azamara’s beautiful fleet of mid-sized ships offer guests rich travel experiences by visiting less common destinations. The cruise line's Destination Immersion program, which enables ships to say longer and experience more in each port, allows guests more time to fall in love with each destination.
The Mediterranean is famous for its stunning beaches, fascinating history and designer shopping – why not experience it to the full?
It will be impossible not to embrace the Latin-American spirit as your ship salsa’s into port. Your body, mind and soul with be enriched!
Wall-to-wall azure skies, warm turquoise waters and scenes of indulgence on secluded beaches await on a Caribbean cruise. To truly experience these idyllic shores, you need to taste them for yourself.
With advance notice, Azamara can accommodate most special dietary needs. Please submit your request in writing to Azamara’s Access Department no later than 40 days before US sailings and 80 days before all other sailings.
In all of Azamara’s dining rooms, a resort casual dress code is encouraged. Bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps, bathing suits, shorts and jeans are not allowed in the main dining room or two speciality restaurants.
In Prime C, Aqualina and Discoveries Restaurant, many guests enjoy dressing up. Formal evening wear is not expected. It is recommended that men bring a sport coat or suit. For women, dresses, skirts, blouses with pants and capris are all appropriate attire.
Azamara includes gratuities in the price of its cruises. The cruise line does not charge an additional daily service charge, however, if you wish to reward a particular crew member with a tip, you may.
Yes, guests can take alcohol on their Azamara cruise. Spirits, wine and beer can be consumed in-cabin for free. However, guests will be subject to a corkage fee if consumed in a public area.
The currency onboard is US Dollars.
Yes, Azamara offers a selection of drink packages.