Azamara Club Cruises, Azamara Journey
- Occupancy: 686
- Crew and staff: 408
- Tonnage: 30,277
- Length: 180 meters
- Cruise Speed: 18.5 knots
- Launched: 2000
- Refurbished: 2013
Food & Drink
The main restaurant on board is Discoveries where guests can enjoy a selection of fine dishes every night. Reservations cannot be made but have the choice of enjoying the company of other guests at a large table or taking the more intimate option with a table for two.
There’s plenty of sophisticated cuisine on offer within the ship’s two premium restaurants. Prime C features classic wood panelling décor and serves fine cuts of meat and seafood along with indulgent desserts. Aqualina is an inventive Italian specialist which serves a range of old favourites with a contemporary twist with pasta, poultry and veal all on the menu.
There are some casual options for those who just want to grab a quick bite. The Pool Grill serves a range of salads along with burgers and fries. The Windows Café serves casual buffets for breakfasts with new options every day for dinner including stir-fries, salads and pastas as well as international buffets.
Those who want to enjoy a warm beverage should visit Mosaic Café on Deck 5 and enjoy some espresso or some hot tea or even some delicious baking in this warm and friendly atmosphere.
The dining venues have a resort casual dress code with jeans, shorts and bathing costumes not allowed in the main dining room. Within the premium venues many guests enjoy getting dressed up in formalwear.
The Cabaret Lounge provides a wealth of entertainment every night with a range of bands and artists performing as well as musical revue shows.
The Looking Glass lounge is a versatile space and provides a range of entertainments throughout the day and into the night with dancing, music, DJs and comedians as well as trivia games and tournaments throughout the day.
The Casino Luxe features a range of table games as well as slot machines. Located close by is Club Luxe and provides a variety of drinks accompanied by a live pianist.
There is a spa on board ship which offers a number of treatments including massages, facials and detoxes. There is also a fitness centre which features treadmills, bikes and elliptical machines alongside free weights and weight machines. There’s also an exercise area where passengers can enjoy classes from yoga to aerobics. In the adjacent salon guests can enjoy manicures, pedicures and hairstyling
On Deck 9 passengers can sit out in the sun and relax on the loungers or enjoy some time in the water in either the main pool or in one of the two whirlpools.
Passengers can add to their knowledge with a number of enrichment programs on offer, whether they wish to improve their cooking or wine tasting skills or simply gain some in depth knowledge of the destinations being visited on the cruise.
Ship Review: Azamara Journey
CruiseKings Marketing Director Brian Wright recently embarked upon a 7 night Eastern Mediterranean cruise onboard Azamara Journey.
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'Reimagine Azamara' ship refit in 2016
Azamara Journey and Quest will enter dry dock in early 2016 as part of the "Reimagine Azamara" program. No area of the ships will remain untouched with every space being upgraded.
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