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Azamara Quest - nine overnights in port on a cruise that visits 19 destinations

Uncommon Journeys sweetens Azamara package from Montréal to Miami or New Orleans

California-based tour operator Uncommon Journeys has sweetened the offer for its exclusive fall sailing on Azamara Quest from Montréal to Miami (28 days) or New Orleans (33 days). The cruise sails Sept. 24.

Uncommon Journeys announced a $2,000 per stateroom reduction, $200 per stateroom shipboard credit and one night pre-cruise at the luxurious Omni Mont Royal in the heart of Montréal. The price starts at $6,995 per person, double occupancy, and includes house spirits, wines and beer with lunch and dinner, staff gratuities and airport transfers upon embarkation and disembarkation.

'This cruise is ideal for snowbirds heading south as well as couples and groups of friends seeking to enjoy an extensive, relaxing vacation. It’s a great value for such an extended journey, with long days in port and nine overnights in key ports of call that create multiple opportunities to dive deeply into all 19 destinations of this remarkable voyage,' said Kevin Tam, president, Uncommon Journeys.

Azamara Quest will visit destinations along the St. Lawrence River and Canada’s Maritime Provinces, including Québec, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Along the Eastern Seaboard, the ship will visit Bar Harbor and Portland (Maine), Boston and Provincetown (Massachusetts), Newport (Rhode Island), New York City, Baltimore, Norfolk (Virginia), Charleston (South Carolina) and Port Canaveral.

From Miami, Azamara Quest continues to Key West, Mobile (Alabama) and New Orleans.

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