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Azamara Journey caps Azamara fleet's return to cruise service

Azamara Journey is shown in Santorini
With Azamara Journey returning to service today, Azamara's full four-ship fleet is operating.

Azamara is fielding four ships for the first time since the company recently inaugurated Azamara Onward.

Azamara Journey today embarks on a 10-night 'Greece Intensive Voyage,' while Azamara Pursuit sets sail on a five-night 'Grand Prix Weekend Voyage' and Azamara Quest begins a nine-night 'Spring Med & Grand Prix Voyage.' Azamara Onward is currently operating a seven-night 'Greece Intensive Voyage.'

'Incredible work and effort'

'I am beyond thankful to our hard-working team and dedicated crew members for all the incredible work and effort that has brought us to this exciting moment,' Azamara President Carol Cabezas said.

Destination immersion

Azamara said it continues to reinforce its commitment to 'destination immersion' experiences with 362 ports around the world, 392 overnight stays, 862 late nights in port and more than 3,000 shore excursions — nearly 1,000 created since the pandemic began.

Onboard restaurants, including Discoveries and Windows Café, have redesigned menus to feature 'World Cuisine Selection' dishes, highlighting a variety of countries visited. Passengers on Azamara Onward can experience the new specialty venue, Atlas Bar, which serves artisanal cocktails including the Grand Bazaar, London Fog Martini and the Tuscany Delight.