Take the Ports Less Traveled with Azamara’s “Change The Way You Sea”

Azamara has unveiled its latest creative campaign – Change the Way You Sea – highlighting the sights and experiences that await travelers.

“Change the Way You Sea” encourages guests to take the ports less traveled and to dive deeper into each destination. By offering its country intensive itineraries, immersive land programs and more overnights in each destination, Azamara gives travelers the opportunity to connect with the local culture and change their perspective on how they view the world.

The line’s fleet of four intimate-style ships – including Azamara Onward, its newest ship launching this spring – allows travelers to access marquee ports across the world.

Looking ahead, Azamara will continue to expand and enhance its offerings through new voyages and experiences. Azamara will visit over 350 unique ports around the world, with more than 430 overnight stays and 850 late nights.

Upcoming Highlights

New Pre- and Post- Land Explorations

The line will introduce new AzAmazing Journeys for guests, including an adventure aboard Switzerland’s Glacial Express Train followed by a day excursion to Mount Rigi, a sunset cruise in Lucerne and many more.

More Country-Intensive Itineraries

Designed to provide travelers more time to discover a country’s hidden gems, Azamara’s upcoming voyages will explore the most sought-after destinations in Europe and beyond.

New Maiden Ports

Azamara’s deployments will bring guests closer to their destinations with smaller, unique ports, only accessible to smaller ships, including Alta, Norway; Brest, France; Çeşme, Turkey; and Fredericia, Denmark among others.

First World Voyage

Other Azamara highlights include its first world voyage, which is slated to sail in 2024. The five-month cruise will take guests to over 40 countries on six continents, and will highlight immersive experiences of the World’s Wonders, including the Great Wall of China, Great Pyramids of Giza, Chichén Itzá and Taj Mahal.

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