Azamara Club to dry-dock two vessels over winter season

New looks interiors for Azamara Club

Azamara Club Cruises announced today that its two ships – Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest – will undergo major upgrades while in dry-dock this coming winter.

The boutique cruise line seeks to reinvigorate the on-board guest experience of the vessels.

The mid-size ships that accommodate up to 686 guests will be fitted with new venues, public spaces and technology to bring re-designed spaces and fresh services to guests. 

From bow to stern, no area on-board will be left untouched. 


The transformation will cover all staterooms and suites, dining, spa and entertainment. 

“We are best known for our Land Discoveries programmes which have enabled us to boast an unprecedented number of repeat guest bookings as well as strong back to back voyage reservations. 

“As we continue to evolve our destination immersive offerings, we also want to ensure our on-board experience is modernised to meet guests’ every need,” explained Larry Pimentel, president, Azamara Club Cruises. 

“We can’t wait for our ships to come out of dry-dock as these major upgrades are going to have an instant impact on our guests’ experience. 

“Each corner of the ships will have a new look and feel, setting a brighter, more contemporary ambiance, while the new venues will bring guests fresh experiences.”

The Azamara Journey will enter dry-dock in January 2016 in the Bahamas, and the Azamara Quest in April 2016 in Singapore.