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Wholly Owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises
1050 Caribbean Way · Miami, Fl 33132
Phone: 877-999-9553
Ships: Journey & Quest
Length: 593 ft
Number Guests: 694
Inaguaration: May, 2007
Restaurants: 2
Health Club: Yes
Day Spa: Yes
Cocktail Lounges: 2
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Azamara Cruise Line is the deluxe sister of Royal Caribbean Cruises. Azamara started out as a simple attempt to come up with a different concept for a new ship. The goal was to create a deluxe cruise experience that was decidedly different and more upscale than a typical Royal Caribbean Cruise. The key is that Royal Caribbean is already one of the best mass market cruise lines. So the bar had to be set quite high to separate this new luxury ship. Midway through the planning stages, it became apparent that the concept was so different that it should be branded as a separate premium cruise line with it' s own distinct name and fleet of ships. Azamara Cruise Line was born.

Sailing in May of 2007 with the Azamara Journey, the line soon added the Aazamara Quest cruise ship sailing to the Mediterranean Sea and Southeast Asia. To separate themselves from the pack these ships carry fewer passengers that their massive cousins at RCCL. The Azamara ships are 593 feet in length and can accommodate 700 passengers. This creates an intimate environment that can elevate service to levels unattainable on larger ships. The culinary experience is coordinate by Blau and Associates, who helped make Las Vegas as well known for their dining as the gaming. Each of the cabins were designed to offer a deluxe cabin environment. They offer plush European bedding and butler service. Azamara Cruises offer 7, 10 day Mediterranean cruises. Also Southeast Asia including Singapore and Hong Kong Cruises

355 Cabins, 238 Balcony Cabins, 694 Total Passengers, Total Crew 400, Air Conditioning, 8 Decks, 2 Pools, Jacuzzis, 2 Restaurants, 6 Bar/Lounges, Gift Shop, Day Spa, Fitness Center, Beauty Salon, Laundry Service.

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Reviewed By: Toni
From: Lake Placid, New York
Trip Date: April, 2014
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Cruise Line: Azamara / Ship: Azamara Quest

"Wow, I just saw the mold issue review about Azamara Journey and I just experienced a terrible mold issue in Cabin 8067 on Azamara Quest. So much mold in cabin and carpet under the bed that after the day prior to disembarking they finally removed the carpet and you could see black mold underneath. Never again with Azamara and I am sure the people prior in that room and after still are being affected. Health issues here!." - Toni from Lake Placid, New York

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Reviewed By: Mary
From: Ponoka, Alberta, Canada
Trip Date: Nov, 2010
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Cruise Line: Azamara / Ship: Journey


"We were booked in 8031 - there was a strong odor of mold in the bathroom. We talked to guest relations about this. They sent the plumber. After speaking with different staff we found out that the people in that room before our cruise also complained about the smell. By the 3rd day my husband and I were coughing and sneezing a lot. Sometime before our cruise they had made custom covers to sit on the drains in that room to try to keep the smell down, and tried "perfuned" liquids - to no avail. They moved us to a vacant room 2 doors down. What upsets me is that mold can be dangerous to anyone with lung problems. Azamara knew of this problem and still put us in this room. They also had at least 8 days when that room was empty so they could try to fix the problem and they did not - I bet there is someone in that room right now having health issues due to the mold. Not a very professional way to treat clients." - Mary from Ponoka, Alberta, Canada

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