Date Date Location Location Arrival Arrival Departure Departure
Sat, Feb 03, 2024 PAPEETE,TAHITI,FR.POLYNESIA -- 6:00 pmSun, Feb 04, 2024 RAIATEA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8:00 am 6:00 pmMon, Feb 05, 2024 BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8:00 am --Tue, Feb 06, 2024 BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA -- 6:00 pmWed, Feb 07, 2024 AT SEA -- --Thu, Feb 08, 2024 AITUTAKI, COOK ISLANDS 8:00 am 5:00 pmFri, Feb 09, 2024 AT SEA -- --Sat, Feb 10, 2024 AT SEA -- --Sun, Feb 11, 2024 INTERNATIONAL DATELINE -- --Mon, Feb 12, 2024 AT SEA -- --Tue, Feb 13, 2024 AT SEA -- --Wed, Feb 14, 2024 BAY OF ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND 8:00 am 6:00 pmThu, Feb 15, 2024 AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND 7:00 am --
Arrival | Departure Mon, Feb 05, 2024
8:00 AM | --
Arrival | Departure Tue, Feb 06, 2024
-- | 6:00 PM
Arrival | Departure Thu, Feb 15, 2024
7:00 AM | --
WE''LL CHANGE THE WAY YOU SEE THE WORLD.
Once upon a time, and not so very long ago, an ocean liner was the only way to see the world. Well, here at Azamara, we believe it still is.
In the span of one vacation, you can journey to multiple destinations with no packing or unpacking...or leaving items behind in the process. You don''t have to worry about missing a connecting flight or extra transportation costs, let alone finding a parking spot. (And on Azamara''s smaller-sized ships, we can drop you off at the doorsteps of great cities like Nice, Seville, and Hong Kong.)
With the added convenience of "a floating hotel" that follows you all over the world, your accommodation costs are already covered. So you can spend more time enjoying your vacation, and a lot less time -and money- on figuring out where you are going to stay. When you go cruising, not only do you have a variety of restaurants to choose from, but your meals are also included along the way (and on Azamara ships, your drinks are, too).
And while planes, trains, and automobiles offer less than spacious seating and practically nothing to entertain you, on a cruise you''ll be able to unwind in between ports with a wide choice of complimentary activities, nightly shows, and enrichment programs, or enjoy a little "me time" with spa treatments and personal training sessions. Finally, at the end of the day, you can fall asleep in a wonderfully comfortable stateroom with all the amenities of a boutique hotel, complete with 24-hour room service, and then wake up in a new town or country...or even continent.
So really, when you think about it, the question shouldn''t be, "Why cruise?" but "Why not?"
With the newest addition to our fleet the Azamara Onward you have even more choices in immersive itineraries that call on the world's most unparalleled destinations.
Our ships are perfectly sized to cross oceans, sail into intimate rivers, cruise along scenic waterways, and dock at locations bigger ships can't reach. From the doorsteps of Bangkok, to the city center of Bordeaux, the heart of Seville, and within a short walk to Hong Kong's buzzing nightlife.
We offer many bars, lounges and gathering spots including: Discoveries Bar, Mosaic Cafe and Mosaic@Night, The Living Room, Cabaret Lounge, and poolside entertainment, including local musicians and dancers when available.
Onboard we offer a tasteful collection of merchandise and beautiful jewelry and watches in three onboard stores, The Onward Shop, Indulgences, and The Photo Shop. Enrichment programs and classes can be found daily onboard and may feature seminars and lectures, wine tastings, culinary demonstrations, and much more.
Staffed by professional aestheticians and therapists, The Sanctum offers services including hydralift facials, salt baths, massage, and customized skin care for women and men.
Offered in The Sanctum are thalassotherapy bath (in The Sanctum Terrace), facial glow, massage therapy, body sculpting, spa rituals, and teeth whitening. We offer a full-service salon.
The fitness center offers complimentary group classes and for an additional cost, customized personal training.
Dining and Wines:
Azamara proudly features two specialty restaurants, Prime C and Aqualina*.
Aqualina offers fabulous Mediterranean cuisine.
Prime C is Azamara's classic wood-paneled steakhouse with stunning views and lush decor.
The Wine Cellar will delight your palate with an 8,000-bottle collection of limited production, small label and rare vintage wines. The knowledgeable sommeliers will help you pick the perfect wines for your evening meal.
The Patio is The Pool Grill transformed once the sun goes down, for an intimate dinner setting under the stars.
Discoveries Restaurant is the main dining room on the ship. It offers an elegant yet lively dining scene with a rotating menu inspired by the destinations on your voyage. It is available to all passengers.
For casual dining and snacks there is Windows Cafe, Pool Grill, Mosaic Cafe, and the Living Room, where you can enjoy afternoon tapas. 24-hour room service is available.
*Specialty dining is complimentary for suite guests. For others, there is a $30 per person cover. Reservations are highly recommended.
- In service: May, 2022
- Occupancy: 692 (double occupancy)
- Tonnage: 30,277
- Length: 592 feet (180 meters)
- Beam: 84 feet (25 meters)
- Cruise Speed: 18.5 knots
- Electric current: 110/220 AC
- Ship's Registry: Malta
- Crew: 408
Please note: Stateroom images and features are samples only. Actual furniture, fixtures, colors, configurations and window/porthole views may vary.
The largest of the Society Islands in French Polynesia, Tahiti held a magical attraction for artist Paul Gauguin and writer Robert Louis Stevenson. To understand why, simply listen to the winds whistling through casuarina trees on a secluded black-sand beach, or stroll through beautiful botanical gardens and marvel at island flora.
Port of the Society Islands of Polynesia.
James Michener called it the most beautiful island in the South Pacific. You may confirm his opinion, either by the local "Le Truck" transport, 4-wheel-drive van, or in a helicopter overhead. And the offshore beauty is accessible by a glass-bottomed boat or by snorkeling.
New Zealand's largest city is draped over seven volcanoes and wrapped around Waitemata Harbour (meaning "sea of sparkling waters" in Maori). Despite its British feel, it is the world's largest Polynesian city. Shop for Polynesian crafts on Queen Street, the main drag. Or from atop Mt. Eden, overlook the "City of Sails," which will host the America's Cup races in 2000.