Published on : Thursday, March 30, 2017
To quote Richard Twynam, UK and Ireland managing director for Azamara Club Cruises, ‘For this market, Canada and Alaska were the most requested destinations that we didn’t already feature.’
The journey would include 250 ports based in 69 countries. Mike Pawlus, director, strategic itinerary and destination planning also said that Azamara would also discover various cultural and sporting events worldwide. Major events like Monaco and Barcelona Grand Prix, British Open in Portrush and the L’Armada Rouen tall ships event are included in the cruise itinerary.
Besides, country intensive cruises in nine countries like Japan, New Zealand, Mexico, Norway, Spain, France, Italy, Norway, Croatia and Greece will also be promoted in the event. To quote Twynam, ‘This deployment is real industry-leading stuff and a new benchmark for how cruise lines move forward. We’ve already had an unbelievable response from the trade since 2019 went on sale at the weekend. Past guests are always keen to see what itineraries are on offer so they can secure their place.”
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