Following the news that P&O’s small ship Adonia would make the move to become Azamara Pursuit, the ship’s maiden voyage is now on sale.
Details of Azamara Pursuit’s UK maiden voyage have been revealed and for the first time ever, Azamara will be in South America.
The ship’s maiden voyage will be a 5* no fly Reykjavik Best of Iceland 15-night tour including FREE unlimited drinks, exclusive evening excursions, all tips and service charges included, and exclusive FREE port parking for balcony bookings and above.
The cruise will leave on the 13th August 2018 and sail from Southampton, stopping at Belfast, Torshavn (Faroe Islands), Seyðisfjörður,(Iceland) Isafjordur (Iceland), 2 Days in Reykjavik (Iceland), Dublin, Cobh, and Fowey.
A second voyage available for guests to book is a 5* Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley & Atacama Desert 28-night tour including unlimited FREE drinks & gratuities onboard, return flights and transfers, 22 nights cruising onboard Azmara Pursuit, Full Day Machu Picchu Tour, Incas Scared Valley Tour, 3 Nights 5* Lima Hotel Stay and 3 Nights 5* Cusco Stay.
The cruise will leave on the 25th November 2017 and sail from Lima/Callao (Peru) to the following destinations: Pisco – Nazca Lines (Peru), Arequipa / Matarani (Peru), Iquique – Atacama Desert (Chile), Coquimbo (Chile), Valparaiso (Chile), Puerto Montt (Chilean Lake District), Puerto Chacabuco (Chile) Chilean Fjords Cruising – 2 Days, Punta Arenas (Antarctica – 2 Days), Chile Cruise Beagle Channel & Avenue of the Glaciers ,Ushuaia (Argentina), Port Stanley (Falkland Islands), Montevideo (Uruguay), Punta del Este (Uruguay), Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Another brand new voyage is Antarctica, Falkland Islands & The Best Of Argentina 20-night tour including unlimited FREE drinks onboard, return flights and transfers, 15 nights cruising onboard Azamara Pursuit, 3 nights 5* hotel stay in Buenos Aires and an exclusive tango show and dinner.
The cruise will leave on the 3rd January 2019 with the following itinerary: Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2 Days in Ushuaia (Argentina), Cape Horn (Chile), 2 Dyas in Antarctic Sound/Peninsula, Elephant Island (Antarctica), Port Stanley (Falkland Islands), Puerto Madryn (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay), Buenos Aires (Argentina).
The move from P&O to Azamara will allow the ship to visit unique ports that larger ships are unable to reach and the ship’s decor will be updated to match the brand’s upmarket position.
The updates will be similar to renovations recently added on Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, bringing guests the experience of a boutique hotel at sea.
What do you think? Will you be booking to cruise with Azamara Pursuit? Are you a fan of P&O or Azamara? Leave us your comments below!
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