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Oslo is an intriguing blend of historic and contemporary, with its striking new Opera House playing counterpoint to the charming old Damstredet, a well-preserved street of brightly painted wooden houses.
Spend the day sailing in style aboard your boutique hotel at sea. Indulge in a treatment at Sanctum Spa, stay ship shape with a class at our fitness center, or lounge the day away on our sunny pool deck.In the evening, savor inspired Italian cuisine at Aqualina, or relish in a classic steakhouse experience at Prime C. Plus, you’ll find plenty of exciting evening entertainment, from thrilling shows at Cabaret Lounge to intimate performances in the Living Room.
This lounge exemplifies our dedication to Destination Immersion® experiences. The Den inspires you with tools to travel to all corners of the world with tools to travel to all corners of the world with travel books, guides, and destination-focused activities.
It's one-stop shopping in The Quest Shop. Apparel, sundries, handbags, candies, souvenirs and lots more await. If you find that you forgot to pack something, chances are you'll find it in The Quest Shop.
Enjoy live performances of professional full-stage musical revues, classical soloists, bands and other entertainment in our Cabaret Lounge featuring a full bar. You could see as many as four distinctly different shows while onboard. And considering the cost of theater and entertainment tickets back home, isn’t that nice?
To discover Edinburgh take a walk down The Royal Mile for Edinburgh Castle, the Stone of Destiny and the Palace of Holyroodhouse; but for those itching to get out on the links, there’s no better place than this.
Urban life and natural splendor intersect in the Granite City's stunning green spaces, lush Victorian gardens, ornate architecture, and sandy beaches.
Take a superb natural setting of mountains, waterfalls and serene lochs (and add one sea monster), pepper the landscape with castles, toss in a trail of whiskey distilleries and there you have it: Invergordon.
The 70 islands of Orkney are a pleasing, gently rolling panorama of fields, heather-cloaked moors and lakes, while the imposing St. Magnus Cathedral dominates Kirkwall, the main town linking east and west.
Colorful row houses and red-hulled fishing vessels line the shores of this picturesque port. The largest town in the Outer Hebrides, Stornoway serves as a gateway to the Western Isles.
Under the craggy, emerald peaks of the Scottish Highlands lies a tiny port town with a heart for adventure. Gaelic for “little bay”, Oban is a captivating getaway that fulfills your every dream of Scotland.
The tiny Isle of Man has quite a lot to offer for its size, and Douglas’ lovely sea front is lined with picturesque hotels and restaurants, and can be traversed by horse-drawn trams as it has been since 1876.
A UNESCO World Heritage City, Liverpool combines a unique mix of contemporary and classic architecture, world-class events and attractions, fantastic shopping and sports, and an unrivalled musical heritage.
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Dublin offers a wealth of historic sites dating back to a 1,000-year-old Viking village (including pubs that are almost as old), and as one might expect of the Irish, there is a tale to be told about every one.
EMBARK - DEPART 10:00PM (Aug 24)
In the early 1900’s Belfast had the world’s largest shipyard; now the city and riverfront are undergoing a transformation, but many Victorian and Edwardian buildings still sport the carved heads of royalty.
Northern Ireland’s second largest city, Derry’s ancient walls hide a saga of strength and struggle. Today this emerging cosmopolitan city is complete with quaint restaurants, hearty pubs, and fantastic independent shops. Walk along river Foyle and take in the stunning Peace Bridge. Tour the city’s ancient walls and explore its historic buildings. Or, travel to the Counties Londonderry and Donegal for a bounty rolling hillsides and natural splendor.
On the banks of the River Eske in the shadow of the Blue Stack Mountains lies Donegal, an authentically Irish village where great chieftains once ruled the countryside.
With its storied history, brightly colored shops, excellent bars and restaurants, traditional music sessions, and over 122 festivals and events each year, Galway may be Ireland’s most enchanting city.
Halfway down the majestic River Shannon. Foynes is a port with its fair share of aviation and culinary history. Plus, it provides easy access to Ireland’s charming countryside & the city of Limerick.
Immortalized in a popular Irish folk song, Bantry Bay is one of Ireland’s most captivating seaside scenes. Postcard-perfect towns abound, and nature’s wonder is full display around every turn. Part of the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, the region’s stunning coastal beauty is matched only by the authentic, warm welcome you’ll receive from friendly locals.
The seaside town of Cobh is known for its great maritime heritage and history and is renowned as the last port of call for RMS Titanic—and since that fateful day in 1912, it has remained largely unchanged.
Aptly named, Indulgences will satisfy your desires for the finer things in life. If you are looking for designer jewelry, it's the perfect place to window shop or to find that extra special purchase.
Located just outside Azamara’s main restaurant, this congenial bar is a favorite gathering place for pre- and post-dinner conversation and drinks. Bar service includes a full selection of fine wines, mixed drinks, and premium spirits.
And for all you sports fans, the Spirits bar features a flat-screen TV and full bar, making it a very pleasant place to keep up with your favorite teams.
Muse on voyages past as you sail in or out of Southampton (it was the departure point for the Mayflower in 1620 and the Titanic in 1912), or visit the nearby attractions of London, Bath, Stonehenge and Lands End.
With open seating and delicious nightly selections, our main restaurant is not to be missed. You'll find all your classic dinner favorites, very likely with a different twist, like gulf shrimp with cognac and garlic or a filet mignon with black truffle sauce.
Our photographers capture both fun and professional photos throughout the voyage, whether it is your portrait, or photos of the destinations you visit. You can also find an assortment of supplies for your own photographic endeavors.
Adjacent to Windows Café, the Sunset Bar is a welcoming outdoor patio with covered and open-air seating, and a bar. It’s the perfect place for dining alfresco, enjoying a refreshing drink, taking in the sights of your favorite port, or simply watching the world sail by.
Since the 14th century, Bordeaux’s fortunes have been tied to viticulture, resulting in a city of classical and neoclassical style, with monumental buildings and fine mansions financed by the almighty grape.
If Bilbao wasn't quite a household name, it was transformed with the opening of Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum in 1997; now it’s a tourist mecca and showcases the Basque love of food, wine and laughter.
Follow the Cider Trail—a guided tour to some of the best cider houses and restaurants in the city—to get a taste for this important cultural tradition. Gijón has the distinct honor of having the largest number of bakeries per capita in all of Spain. It’s rumored that the best croissant in all the land can be found in this charming city as well.
You would be hard-pressed to find a city more shaped and impacted by the sea than La Coruna, Spain. Walk the eight-mile long promenade to see some of the city’s waterfront highlights like the Marina, the Millennium monument, and popular beaches—Orzán and Riazor. The sea also influences the cuisine with delectable fresh seafood like pulpo á feira (octopus and potatoes) and plenty of tapas can be found at bistros throughout the city.
At the mouth of the Rio Douro lies the city of Porto, known mostly for its port wine, but with origins dating back to the 5th century, there is plenty to see such as the Ribeira neighborhood along the river.
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Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world and its magnificent harbor made it a logical trading port as far back as the Phoenicians; today it’s renowned for an active culture of festivals, art and fashion.
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The breathtaking scenery of Portugal’s southernmost region has long made the Algarve region a magnet for those seeking winter sun.
The heart of Cadiz is its old town, cloistered within a bastion ringed by the sea. Here tiny cobblestone streets lead into beckoning café-filled squares, where you can sip while appreciating Moorish architecture.
Home to the great cathedral and The Alcazar, Seville is credited with inventing tapas, and the passionate nature of Sevillanos is evident in their devotion to food as well as bullfighting, flamenco and fiesta.
Overlooking the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea from 1,400’ high and in a strategic position to control all naval traffic between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the Rock of Gibraltar is a sight to behold.
Málaga is the lively capital of the Costa del Sol, which is famed for its beaches and mild climate, and the birthplace of Picasso, as well as the gateway to Andalusia, with its Moorish architectural heritage.
Strategically located along historic sailing routes, Cartagena has been colonized by a who’s who of Mediterranean superpowers over the millennia, resulting in a rich and multi-layered heritage and history.
Old world charm meets modern architectural genius in Valencia, where the abundant Gothic riches of a 15th century golden age contrast with the innovative and avant-garde buildings of the new millennium.
Dynamic Barcelona is all about architecture, from the magnificent medieval buildings of the Gothic Quarter to the Modernist movement typified by the work of Antoni Gaudi including the amazing Sagrada Familia.
Located close to the Spanish border, Port-Vendres dates back to 6th century BC, and has been an important port ever since, and now offers popular day excursions to such major nearby sites as Carcassonne.
France's largest and most important fishing port on the Mediterranean, where the freshest of seafood reigns king, Sete is also popular for excursions to Carcassonne, a wonderfully preserved medieval city.
At the same time bustling and picturesque—filled with colorful markets, fabulous wine and food and sights like le Vieux Port—Marseille is one of Europe’s oldest cities and the largest port in the Mediterranean.
Saint-Tropez conjures up images of sun-drenched beaches and jet setters enjoying martinis on luxury yachts, but it’s also home to the charming Old Town area, filled with restaurants, boutiques and galleries.
The seaside capital of Ajaccio is best known as the birthplace of Napolean Bonaparte, yet there's a lot more to this charming city like scenic mountains, beautiful beaches, and countless cafes and shops.
It’s hard to believe that glamorous Cannes was once a sleepy fishing village, but traces of its past do remain, especially in the old harbor of St. Pierre and in the cobblestone maze of lanes in Le Suquet.
DEBARK - ARRIVE 8:00PM (Sep 27)
Nice, Queen of the Riviera, is filled with a treasure trove of archaeological and fine art museums, the famous flower market, and a warren of meandering lanes edged by tall houses and small, alluring shops.
The seaside resort of Santa Margherita has a harbor catering to a fishing fleet that can be seem unloading its catch opposite the morning market, but it’s also a take off point for trips to Cinque Terre.
As the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence and its historic center is bursting with elegant squares, imposing palaces, magnificent churches, incredible art galleries and museums with an abundance of riches.
Elba is undoubtedly best known for its connection with Napoleon, as the site of his first exile, and the numerous treasures he left behind can be viewed in the villa of San Martino and the Demidoff Museum.
Whether it’s tossing a coin in a fabled fountain or being awestruck by the magnificence of St. Peter’s Basilica and Michelangelo’s masterpieces, Rome seems to live up to its sobriquet, the Eternal City.
A warming sun and gentle sea breezes have been attracting visitors to Sorrento for two millennia, and its reputation as a playground of the ancient rich and famous have resulted in lavish villas and palaces.
Wedged into the mouth of a ravine, encircled by sheer cliffs, facing blue waters and where terraced hillsides support lemon groves (and of course limoncello), Amalfi requires a camera with lots of memory.
Mountainous and rugged, Sicily’s highest point is the tip of that infamous and still active Mt. Etna, and as a result Catania is richly layered, having been buried under lava seven times in recorded history.
Founded by the Spartans in 706 BC, and known as “the city of the two seas”, Taranto’s long and proud history is set against a countryside of gentle hills and valleys, beautiful stretches of beaches, rocky cliffs, and sapphire-blue waters.
One of Europe’s best-preserved cities of medieval or Renaissance vintage, Kotor’s walls were constructed right into the slopes of the mountain behind it, making it an amazing sight on approach from the sea.
Let our Spa transport you to a whole new world with treatments inspired by rituals from exotic cultures. You'll also find a hair salon, the Sanctum Terrace with a Thalassotherapy pool, and an assortment of the finest spa products. The Sanctum Spa also includes a nail bar and pedicure area, and dedicated stations for barber services, teeth whitening, and hair services, along with the Medi-spa and acupuncture clinic.
While a casual “pool grill” during the day, in the evening this venue will be completely transformed into a sit-down al fresco dining experience. Nice tablecloths and candles will set the mood while a reimagined menu will be served by our Pool Grill wait staff. In addition, a self-serve frozen yogurt station – Swirl & Top – can conclude your meal with a variety of flavors and your choice of toppings.
Our Pool Bar serves refreshments while enjoying the Pool during the day, and cocktails of your choice in the evening.
Experience Venice, one of the most captivating—and romantic—cities in the world. Tour the city’s cobblestone streets and overarching bridges, or take to the water and explore the canals on a water taxi or gondola. As you make your way through the city, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to shop, sample delicious Veneto wines, or people watch in Piazza San Marco.
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Revel in the polished style and stellar service of your own private retreat, boasting a modern and contemporary décor. Enjoy picturesque ocean views outside your window, and all the finer touches included in every stateroom.
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Explore the world in comfort and luxury in this stylish, elegant stateroom featuring all the amenities of a boutique hotel at sea. Relax with plush cotton robes and slippers, 24-hour room service, and more.
Our largest suites have been transformed with contemporary design elements that are both elegant and organic, with design that draws inspiration from nature—a sandy cliff, flowing river beds, exquisite white sand beaches, and rustling grasses. Enjoy a spacious living room, separate bedroom and all the amenities that come with our most luxurious suite.
Spacious and comfortable, our Club Continent Suites feature fresh new décor inspired by natural elements. With two beds convertible to a queen, a cozy sitting area, breezy balcony and refreshed bathroom with a bathtub or shower, this is your wonderful, refined home away from home.
With a large living room and a separate bedroom—plus your own private veranda—your suite offers a restful retreat after your immersive experiences on land. Enjoy elegant, contemporary décor, and rich marble touches. You’ll be spoiled by the attention to detail in these beautiful suites, and of course, all the pampering too.
Introducing a new way to see the world with Azamara®. With our Club Veranda Plus Staterooms, enjoy spectacular ocean and destination views, plus a host of guest-favorite amenities—all at a great value. Everything you love about our Club Veranda Staterooms is included, plus extra perks and amenities to elevate your time on board.
Refreshing sea breezes and stunning destination views come standard in our staterooms that offer your own private veranda. Greet the day with room service on your balcony, or toast to another stunning sunset. Polished touches and professional service perfectly compliment the warm, friendly attention you’ll receive from our staff and crew.
Located next to the tranquil Sanctum Spa, our newest suites are the ultimate in contemporary design, comfort and pampering. With easy access to the Spa, open decks, swimming pool and our great restaurants, the Club Spa Suites surround you with organic, elegant décor, and the finest, most soothing amenities. Suites feature comfortable sitting area, daily delivery of healthy snacks, Frette plush robes and slippers, and in-room spa music. For the ultimate in serene surroundings, the spacious glass-enclosed spa soaking tub and separate rain shower bring the outside in, with views to the endless seas beyond. The perfect place to get away from it all, without being far from anything.
Leave your checkbook behind. All gratuities are included in your cruise fare.
Delicious dining day and night with complimentary water, coffee, tea, etc. (excludes Specialty Dining)
Azamara ships include a self-service laundry room, free of charge and open to all guests.
Experience new cultures with onboard or onshore performances by locals, while enjoying cocktails and light snacks.
Your boutique hotel at sea, the Azamara Quest® is a mid-sized ship with a deck plan that’s intimate but never crowded, and offers everything modern voyagers are looking for—plus some unexpected extras.
Seven restaurants, cafes, and lounges, a refreshing pool, sun-drenched decks, a revitalizing spa…the list goes on. With so many areas to explore onboard Azamara Quest, it’s a good thing we have deck plans.
One of the best ways to experience the jaw-dropping sights of the Fjords of Norway, and the mesmerizing Mediterranean Sea coast lines is from your private veranda. It’s just one of the many benefits exclusive to your wonderfully spacious suite aboard Azamara Quest.
Escape to a private retreat of polished style, featuring contemporary décor, luxurious linens, plush cotton robes and slippers, French bath products, fresh flowers, turndown treats, and 24-hour room service. (Perhaps we should arrange for a wake-up call?)
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