Azamara and Oceania Cruises have returned to sea for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the industry globally in March last year.
The boutique luxury cruise line Azamara will sail 95 itineraries visiting 200 ports across Europe in 2023, as well as 35 country intensive voyages.
Azamara has informed passengers booked on its March 17th cruise from Dubai that the voyage has been cancelled due to new restrictions the UAE has introduced for cruise ships sailing from Dubai.
As the global Coronavirus epidemic continues to chaos havoc with the international cruise industry, Azamara has been forced to end its 26-night cruise from Cape Town to Dubai early.
Three ships were in port in Dubai Tuesday, but unstable weather affected shore excursions for a number of the 6,000 or so passengers disembarking at Dubai Cruise Terminal.
Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal saw two milestones Sunday as MSC Bellissima, the largest cruise ship ever to homeport in the region, made its inaugural port call to the UAE capital, while the […]
Azamara Club Cruises have removed the casino aboard Azamara Quest and replaced it with a popular new lounge concept that debuted aboard Azamara Pursuit ahead of Quest’s cruises from Dubai and South […]
Azamara Club Cruises are expanding their Dubai cruise program significantly in 2020, with three cruise ships due to cruise from the city between March and November on five separate itineraries, two of […]
For the first time ever, four cruise lines will be homeporting in South Africa for the 2019/2020 winter cruise season, sailing roundtrip out of Cape Town and Durban.
The luxury cruise arm of Royal Caribbean, Azamara Club Cruises’, will sail from Dubai twice in 2019 aboard its little cruise liner, Azamara Quest, with one of the voyages featuring a total […]