Azamara Club Cruises has announced a major upgrade for its two ships Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest (pictured).

The two ships will go into dry dock next year and be fitted with new venues, public spaces and technology.

The line said that “no area on board will be left untouched” and that the transformation would include all staterooms and suites as well as dining venues and the spas.

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Azamara would not reveal how much money was being spent on the investment but said it was a “major investment”.

Larry Pimentel, president and chief executive of Azamara Club Cruises, said: “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 onboard experience is modernised to meet guests’ every need.

“We can’t wait for our ships to come out of drydock 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. We’re also investing in new on board innovations and have paid close attention to the smallest of details. We really are redefining our on board experience in every way.”

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Richard Twynam, managing director for the UK and Ireland, added: “Whilst our offerings for destination immersion have gone from strength to strength over the years, our ship upgrades signify a major investment by the brand to continue our commitment to enhancing guests’ experiences of holidaying with us.”

Azamara Journey goes into drydock in January 2016 in the Bahamas and Azamara Quest will get its transformation in Singapore in April next year.

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