Azamara unveils Europe programme for 2023

Azamara has released its Europe 2023 programme, featuring the line’s soon-to-launch ship Azamara Onward and 95 itineraries.

Around 200 ports across more than 40 countries are included in the programme.

Alta, Norway; Brest, France; Cesme, Turkey; Fredericia, Denmark; Gothenburg, Sweden; Heimaey, Iceland; and Mariehamn, Finland are all maiden ports of call for the line.

The lead-in price for the 11-night Wine & Culture Voyage on Azamara Journey (pictured), departing from Southampton on September 8, 2023, and calling at Bordeaux, La Coruna and Porto is £2,775.

Prices for an 11-night Greek Intensive Voyage on Azamara Onward, departing from Venice on May 13, 2023, starts from £2,477. Ports of call include Corfu, Argostoli, Zakynthos, Gythion and Santorini.

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This country-intensive voyage is one of 35 sailings of its kind in the programme.

The entire 2023 programme also includes 75 overnight calls in ports such as Barcelona, Bordeaux, and Monte Carlo and more than 315 late calls in ports such as Mykonos and Lisbon.

Azamara president Carol Cabezas said: “When sailing with Azamara, we are often the only ship in port, and with 75 overnights we are giving guests the chance to follow in the footsteps of locals with less crowds.”

An eight-hour train journey on the Switzerland Glacier Express train and a two-night programme in Gran Canaria are two new pre- or post-cruise add-ons that passengers can book.

Azamara has included the Monaco Grand Prix weekend in itineraries on Journey and Pursuit ships, starting May 25, 2023.

Prices for the nine-night Monaco Grand Prix Voyage, departing Civitavecchia (Rome) on May 25, 2023, calling at Toulon (Provence), Monte Carlo, Monaco; Ibiza and Barcelona, lead in from £2,330.

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