Azamara 2021
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Azamara Quest at sea
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Wednesday 19th May- Fly to Venice, Italy
for 3-night hotel stay
Thursday/Friday-Venice, Italy
Saturday 22nd May-Venice, Italy
Embark Azamara Quest.
Sunday-Sibenik, Croatia
Monday-Dubrovnik, Croatia
Tuesday-Kotor, Montenegro
Wednesday-at sea
Thursday-Amalfi, Italy
Friday-Sorrento, Italy
Saturday 29th May-Civitavecchia, Italy
Disembark & fly to UK

An entirely new line and a new ship for us, indeed at 30,277grt a much smaller ship, with only 690 passengers. And having booked one of the best suites, there was much to look forward to.

Formed in 2007 as a spin-off from Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises was orginally planned as part of their Celebrity Xpeditions brand but later as a seperate luxury boutique brand under the umbrella of Royal Caribbean. It began with two ships transferred from Pullmantur Cruises, after that line's purchase by Royal Caribbean. Both ships had originally been part of an 8-ship fleet belonging to Rennaissance Cruises, which foundered in 2001. Commonly known as the "R-ships" and numbered, rather than named, R1,R2,R3,etc.,"R6" became Azamara Journey and "R7" became Azamara Quest. Then in 2018, they were joined by Azamara Pursuit, originally "R8" but more recently sailing as P&O's Adonia.

Unfortunately, the ink was barely dry on our first booking with Azamara Club Cruises when we were told that the voyage was cancelled; and not because of "Covid-19" either but because the ship had been chartered. Not an auspicious start! However, the original itinerary had not been our favourite choice but, as it turned out, the chartering of the ship resulted in the creation of an alternative itinerary that was actually much more to our liking. see Original Itinerary >>

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Cruise Mileage: - nautical miles
Total Mileage to date: 212,771 n miles

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