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Artemis Braemar Arcadia M/S Azamara Journey The Azamara Journey in Nice, France in May 2011
M/S Azamara Journey vital statistics Company: Azamara Club Cruises Home Port: Valletta, Malta Gross Tonnage: 30,277 tons Cruising Speed: 18.5 knots Passenger Capacity: 694 Passenger Decks: 9 Built: 2000 Voyages sailed on this ship: French Riviera
Azamara Club Cruises is a relatively new cruise line (only founded in 2007) but it boasts an upmarket cruising experience on board its two sister ships, Azamara Jouney and Azamara Quest. The ships are two of eight identical Renaissance-class vessels built at the start of the millennium at Chantiers de l’Atlantique, France. We have also sailed on another one of the eight, P & O’s Adonia. Read my review of the Azamara Journey at, and while you’re at it, why not learn all about it in my May 2011 blog.
Azamara Journey at anchor off Monte Carlo in May 2011 Cabin 4047 on board Azamara Journey The swimming pool on the Azamara Journey The gorgeous main staircase in the main lobby
The Journey at anchor off Monte Carlo, under a cloudless Mediterranean sky.
Cabin 4047 on the Azamara Journey. We received complimentary soft drinks, daily fresh fruit and there was a mini-bar as well.
Main pool and jacuzzis on the Journey. We enjoyed a barbecue and live music under the stars.
The beautifully decorated main staircase on the Journey. The whole ship had deep carpets, lots of dark wood and spotlights and many works of art adorned the walls.