Earlier this week, guests on Azamara Quest’s current Norwegian Fjords and The North Cape voyage had the opportunity to experience how unique an Azamara Club Cruises voyage can be. Azamara Quest’s Captain Stig took advantage of the day at sea to provide guests with the opportunity to see the Arctic Circle Globe on Vikingen Island in Norway, which marks a crossing into the Arctic Ocean. On behalf of Azamara Club Cruises, Azamara Quest, and Captain Stig and his Officers and Crew, Chief Engineer Ole Pederson had the privilege to present a commemorative plaque to local officials and mark the ship’s crossing of the Arctic Circle.
Onboard this 14-night sailing, guests experience some of the most stunning scenery of Norway, take in the Land of the Midnight Sun and visit the northernmost point of Europe. Up-market travellers can choose from a similar itinerary onboard Azamara Journey’s 14 June 2014 Norwegian Fjords and The North Cape voyage.
Azamara Club Cruises offers distinct destination-immersive experiences for up-market travellers. The cruise line features sailings with longer stays and more overnights at ports to provide guests the opportunity to experience night touring at some of the most compelling destinations of Europe, Asia, South America, West Indies, as well as Central and North America.
On board the intimate Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, guests receive exceptional and personal service and the cruise line’s authentic, exclusive and bespoke AzAmazing Evenings events that showcase the unexpected colours and flavours of a destination. Guests also enjoy fine cuisine, as well as more inclusive amenities, such as included gratuities; complimentary boutique wines, international beers and select standard spirits, complimentary bottled water, soft drinks, speciality coffee, and teas, as well as; complimentary self-service laundry; English Butler service for suite guests; and shuttle transportation to city centres in ports, where available.