Travel agents among those given first booking rights to Azamara’s 2025 World Voyage

Travel agents among those given first booking rights to Azamara’s 2025 World Voyage

MIAMI — Azamara is gearing up for its newly unveiled 2025 World Voyage, which will visit 37 countries in the span of 155 nights.

Departing from San Diego, California, the 2025 World Voyage will sail aboard Azamara Onward and will include 15 overnights and 31 late stays in port, giving guests more time to immerse themselves in each destination.

Due to the high demand for its 2024 World Voyage, which is currently sold out with a waitlist, Azamara is giving its trade partners, loyalty guests and past and current world-cruisers the exclusive opportunity to book the 2025 World Voyage first. Bookings will open to the public on Nov. 10, 2022.

“We are thrilled to have our second world cruise aboard Azamara Onward. With 60% of ports on this sailing being different from those on our 2024 world voyage, this itinerary was carefully curated to give even the most well-traveled guests a new perspective on the world,” said Carol Cabezas, President of Azamara. “Our 2025 world cruise invites travelers to not only see the world, but also take their time in each destination and make memories that will last long after the journey has ended.”

The 2025 World Voyage offers over US$25,000 in exclusive amenities, including $4,000 in onboard credit, an additional $3,000 for shore excursions, roundtrip business class air travel, a premium beverage package for two, weekly laundry service, and more.

Destinations visited as part of the itinerary include: Honolulu, Hawaii; Samoa and Tonga; Sydney, Australia; and Stewart Island, New Zealand, an unspoilt destination with less than 500 inhabitants.

The Voyage will also feature 13 complimentary land events, beginning with a kickoff gala in San Diego. Additional highlights include: Benoa, Bali, where guests will enjoy a special ‘AzAmazing Evening’ complete with traditional dance; a two-night stay in Bangkok, Thailand during which guests will explore Buddhist temples or opt for shore excursions to Chiang Mai and the Southeast Asian country of Laos; and Semarang, Indonesia, where guests can take a shore excursion to Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple, dating back to the 9th century.


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