Royal Caribbean subsidiary Azamara Club Cruises has released its 2015 itineraries, which include details of the company’s debut in
well as a number of other prominent maiden calls.
The programme covers over 50 sailings that range from five-night short cruises to 18-night longer sailings.
Larry Pimentel, president and CEO said, “As a hallmark of the Azamara Club Cruises experience, many sailings are timed with major events and celebrations, so guests can join in the festivities. We are particularly delighted to bring Azamara Quest to Australia in late 2015 and expand our distinctive experience to a new continent.”
Other destinations include a comprehensive South American package which takes in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina – the stop in Rio is part of an itinerary that centres on the Rio Carnival. There will also be cruises in Europe and Asia Pacific