‘New’ Azamara Journey Emerges From Dry Dock


Azamara Journey – the first of Azamara’s two ships undergoing “major upgrades” – has been outfitted with new venues, public spaces and technologies to bring fresh services and amenities to guests.

“There is no area on the ship that has been untouched,” says Azamara Club Cruises president Larry Pimentel.

All stateroom and suites were redone, using authentic stone and porcelain throughout. Two new Spa Suites have been built adjacent to the Sanctum Spa, offering exclusive access to unique spa amenities included in the price of these staterooms. The Club World Ocean and Owner’s Suites were also fully redesigned.

Additionally, Azamara Journey’s dining and entertainment facilities were enhanced, including makeovers to The Patio, Windows Café, Discoveries Restaurant and Discoveries Bar, the Living Room and Cabaret Lounge.

Formerly known as the Pool Grill, The Patio has been completely transformed into a sit-down al fresco dining experience. Windows Café has also been reinvigorated with contemporary furniture and place settings. Tables for two have been added, allowing more options for couples or the ability to combine tables to accommodate larger parties.

Guests will feel right at home in the new and improved Living Room (formerly the Looking Glass Lounge). The relaxing area offers guests the comfort of a well-furnished space, featuring cozy chairs and sofas and a handcrafted wooden wine table where passengers taste wines, paired with light snacks.

A new card area has also been added. During the evenings the Living Room livens up into a space for dancing, karaoke or live music.

The Azamara Quest will enter dry dock in April in Singapore.