Azamara Announces Plans for 155-Night Around-the-World Cruise

Caribbean News…
18 November 2021 8:33pm

Azamara this week unveiled plans for its new 155-night World Cruise, set to sail in 2024, an epic 40-country itinerary that includes 22 overnight stays and 27 late nights in port.

The voyage will kick off on Jan. 5, 2024, on Azamara Onward, the brand’s newest ship and the former Pacific Princess that was sold to Azamara earlier this year.

Just like Azamara focuses on immersive experiences on its shorter journeys, the world voyage will be no different—land excursions will include a three-night Great Wall of China experience, a three-night Taj Mahal experience, a six-night Christ the Redeemer experience in Rio de Janeiro, and more, which are all at an additional cost to guests. Those extended stays in ports will allow guests to make deeper connections with the people and places they encounter on the 155-night voyage.

The World Voyage comes with $22,000 in amenities, including the line’s AzAmazing Evenings, $7,000 in onboard credit, business class air travel, pre-cruise hotel stay, premium beverage packages, and more.

Azamara is the second line to announce plans for a World Cruise, showing the rising demand for this kind of bucket-list trips. Royal Caribbean recently unveiled plans for its own 274-night Ultimate World Cruise that will be the longest world cruise ever, visiting all seven continents and more than 150 destinations in 65 countries.

And Viking recently announced its intention to add a second World Cruise in 2023-2024 because of “strong demand.”

Source: Travel Market Report

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