Azamara Cruises

Have you heard about  Ubatuba? (Yes, there is a place called Ubatuba). Where’s Guna Yala?  Or, how about Antofagasta? You’re about to hear more from these places that until now haven’t had star power. They’re pitching their charms at trade shows and investing in building cruise …

It’s that time again. We’re asking the readers of The Cruisington Times to nominate their favorite cruise ship restaurants. What's your favorite restaurant at sea? Help us celebrate the best cuisine on cruises. Nominate a restaurant and tell us why it’s worth the trip Name …

Looking for a different island to explore on a Caribbean cruise?  You’re not alone. The proliferation of cruise ships criss-crossing the Caribbean has created traffic jams in classic stops like as St. Thomas, St. Maarten and Mexico’s Cozumel, whose ports are beginning to resemble theme parks. That`s leading …

The most stunning view from a cruise ship anywhere in the world has to be the slow glide past Venice,  with its intricate ballet of gondolas and speedboats and its eternal skyline that’s inspired centuries of artists. But it’s about to fade into history. At least that’s what …

Azamara Journey is a fascinating ship in the modern cruise world. Even when it’s got a full house there are only 694 passengers on board, so it’s considered a small ship.  But it and Azamara Club Cruises’ sister ship Azamara Quest are large enough to …

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