All four of Azamara’s ships are sailing again, including the new Azamara Onward

Azamara introduces its Europe 2023 program

MIAMI — Azamara has announced the launch of its Europe 2023 deployment across its full fleet of ships for the first time: Azamara Pursuit, Azamara Quest, Azamara Journey and new addition Azamara Onward. 

With 95 itineraries, including more than 35 country intensive voyages, Azamara will visit over 40 countries and 200 ports throughout Europe in 2023. 

The cruise line says that in addition to the release of Europe 2023 itineraries, it has also opened remaining 2022 voyages on Azamara Onward.

“The 2023 deployment marks a milestone for our brand and its unique offerings in Europe,” says Azamara President, Carol Cabezas. “When sailing with Azamara, we are often the only ship in port, and with 75 overnights we are giving guests the chance to follow in the footsteps of locals with less crowds while immersing in the culture, history, and authentic flavors of the destination.”

Highlights of Azamara’s 2023 Europe season includes 315+ late nights in cities like Mykonos and Lisbon. There will also be more than 35 Country-Intensive voyages. There are also new pre- and post-cruise land options, and special themed sailings for wine and culture, and the Grand Prix.

Plus, seven maiden ports are on Azamara’s schedule for Europe 2023: Alta, Norway; Brest, France; Cesme, Turkey; Fredericia, Denmark; Gothenburg, Sweden; Heimaey, Iceland; and Mariehamn, Finland.

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