World Wildlife Fund

WWF People to Planet

WWF People to Planet

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We are happy to introduce
WWF People to Planet Voyages & Excursions.

These special sailings to South Africa are sure to ignite a newfound commitment to protecting nature and wildlife among all those who participate.

Azamara will donate a total of $100,000 from all WWF People to Planet Voyages, in addition to $30 from each excursion purchase to WWF in support of the organization’s conservation efforts in beautiful South Africa.

Join us in protecting the future of our planet alongside World Wildlife Fund.

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THE OCEAN. MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE.

Oceans are more than stunning vistas, beautiful coastlines, and incredible marine wildlife. From the food we eat to the air we breathe, oceans sustain life. Oceans cover 71% of our planet’s surface, make up 95% of all the space available to life, and produce 70% of our oxygen. Oceans absorb heat and re-distribute it around the world, dominate the world's weather systems, and regulate global climate.

Oceans are home to a vast array of incredible ocean species, such as sharks, turtles, whales and polar bears. From icy polar regions to warm tropical waters, oceans contain the greatest diversity of life on Earth.

Oceans support people as a source of food, culture, and history. One billion people rely on fish as an important part of their diet and more than 520 million base their livelihoods on fishing and fishing-related activities for income and food.

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND

For 50 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.4 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally.

WWF's unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.

CREATURES AND PLACES TO LOVE. AND PROTECT.

WWF works to protect key ocean species, work that influences and supports the survival of other species or offers the opportunity to conserve entire landscapes and marine areas.

Polar bears depend on sea ice to hunt seals, rest and breed. But because of the ongoing loss of sea ice habitat from climate change, polar bears are now a threatened species. Sea turtles suffer from poaching, over-exploitation, habitat destruction and accidental capture in fishing gear, and climate change has also an impact on turtle nesting sites. Oil and gas development, entanglement in fishing gear, and collisions with ships threaten gray whales.

WWF also works to conserve priority ecosystems such as the Coral Triangle in the western Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos off the coast of Ecuador, the Mesoamerican Reef region in the Caribbean Sea, and the Arctic Circle, which covers eight countries, including the United States.

TURNING THE TIDE.

Our mission is to protect and conserve one of the world’s most precious resources—the ocean. We will strive to reduce the company’s environmental footprint, further ocean conservation, help ocean life thrive, and engage the global community to raise awareness about the importance of ocean and environmental conservation. Through our sustainability goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sourcing sustainable seafood, and destination stewardship, we aim to keep the world’s oceans clean and safe for generations of future Azamara passengers.

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Ignite a Newfound Passion for the Planet.

A brighter future is rooted in connections. It’s found in connecting people with people, people with themselves, and people with the planet—by building a world where we live in harmony with nature.

  • Attend expert-led excursions while learning about environmental and wildlife conservation
  • Onboard events: sustainable seafood cooking classes with our Chef’s Table series, WWF speakings & lectures, local entertainment, and more

A Deeper Appreciation of the Oceans

What is happening in the depths of the ocean? On the blue surface, it looks calm. But beneath, an underwater universe is bursting with sea turtles, colorful coral and massive mysterious creatures like whale sharks.

At Azamara®, we set out to sea on extraordinary journeys. We bring our guests to beautiful destinations around the world and across its oceans, so naturally, we care about the long-term health of the waters we sail and explore. We have been entrusted with this precious resource, so now, we must help protect it.

Together, Royal Caribbean, Azamara’s parent company, and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are working to protect this life beneath the ocean surface and ensure our world’s oceans remain healthy for years to come.

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Immerse Yourself in WWF At Sea

We all have a responsibility to protect the oceans. As you set out on your vacation, keep an eye out around the ship for WWF at Sea to learn more about the ocean, and how you can get involved as you cruise.

  • Look for a special edition WWF magazine in your stateroom, WWF At Sea, full of engaging stories on WWF’s work on ocean conservation.
  • On select sailings, join a WWF speaker to learn about their conservation work and how it connects to the destinations you are visiting.
  • Ask to speak with the WWF Crew Ambassador onboard and learn more on how you can get involved.

Get Informed

How can we help observe, understand, and conserve our planet? Get informed and take part in engaging conversations that explore environmental and wildlife conservation efforts of WWF, and how you can support its efforts in South Africa.

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    The Ocean.
    More Than Meets the Eye.

    Oceans are more than stunning vistas, beautiful coastlines, and incredible marine wildlife. From the food we eat to the air we breathe, oceans sustain life. Oceans cover 71% of our planet’s surface, make up 95% of all the space available to life, and produce 70% of our oxygen. Oceans absorb heat and re-distribute it around the world, dominate the world's weather systems, and regulate global climate.

    Oceans are home to a vast array of incredible ocean species, such as sharks, turtles, whales and polar bears. From icy polar regions to warm tropical waters, oceans contain the greatest diversity of life on Earth.

    Oceans support people as a source of food, culture, and history. One billion people rely on fish as an important part of their diet and more than 520 million base their livelihoods on fishing and fishing-related activities for income and food.

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    World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

    For 50 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.4 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally.

    WWF's unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.

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    Creatures and Places to Love. And Protect.

    WWF works to protect key ocean species, work that influences and supports the survival of other species or offers the opportunity to conserve entire landscapes and marine areas.

    Polar bears depend on sea ice to hunt seals, rest and breed. But because of the ongoing loss of sea ice habitat from climate change, polar bears are now a threatened species. Sea turtles suffer from poaching, over-exploitation, habitat destruction and accidental capture in fishing gear, and climate change has also an impact on turtle nesting sites. Oil and gas development, entanglement in fishing gear, and collisions with ships threaten gray whales.

    WWF also works to conserve priority ecosystems such as the Coral Triangle in the western Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos off the coast of Ecuador, the Mesoamerican Reef region in the Caribbean Sea, and the Arctic Circle, which covers eight countries, including the United States.

Learn More

Turning The Tide.

Our mission at Azamara is to protect and conserve one of the world’s most precious resources—the ocean. We will strive to reduce our company’s environmental footprint, further ocean conservation, help ocean life thrive, and engage the global community to raise awareness about the importance of ocean and environmental conservation. Through our sustainability goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sourcing sustainable seafood, and destination stewardship, we aim to keep the world’s oceans clean and safe for generations of future Azamara passengers.

Learn More

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