Published on : Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Azamara has recently confirmed that it will now return to the high seas from August 28 instead of the initial plans to begin sailings in July. Azamara Quest will offer five back-to-back country-intensive voyages and one classic Mediterranean sailing, each seven-day in length and a total of 18 late-night stays in port, including Santorini, Rhodes and Heraklion, Greece. Voyages will open for booking on May 11.
Azamara said all guests and crew will be required to be fully vaccinated no later than 14-days prior to departure. Carol Cabezas, President, Azamara said in a statement that over the past year, the team, ship to shoreside, continued to connect with guests and travel partners. She mentioned that the company’s biggest takeaway is the desire everyone has to sail again, and hence it is excited to share that it can finally make the dream come true.
She mentioned that there is no better way to return to service than in a country Azamara knows best, Greece. She shared that the cruise’s return to sail would not be possible without the support from minister Harry Theoharis, the local government and port authorities, and hence the company is extremely grateful for welcoming it back into the beautiful and culturally rich destination.
Minister Theoharis added that Greece is looking forward to welcome Azamara and its guests in Greece in August and fully support the line’s return to cruising in the Aegean waters and are sure that all of its passengers will have unique experiences in the beautiful destinations.