Azamara has announced that Azamara Quest will return to service from August 28, 2021 with five back-to-back Country-Intensive Voyages of Greece and a Mediterranean sailing.
The programme will include 18 late night stays in ports including Santorini, Rhodes and Heraklion, Greece.
“Over the past year, our team – ship to shoreside – continued to connect with our guests and travel partners. Our biggest takeaway is the desire everyone has to sail again, and we are excited to share that we can finally make this dream come true,” said Carol Cabezas, the president of Azamara. “There’s no better way to return to service than in a country Azamara knows best, Greece. Our return to sail wouldn’t be possible without the support from Honorable Minister Harry Theoharis, the local government and port authorities, and we are extremely grateful for welcoming us back into this beautiful and culturally rich destination.”
“We’re looking forward to welcoming Azamara and its guests in Greece in August,” added Theoharis. “We fully support the line’s return to cruising in the Aegean waters and we are sure that all of its passengers will have unique experiences in our beautiful destinations.”
The cruises will be open for booking from from May 11, 2021. All guests and crew must be vaccinated 14-days prior to departure.
Azamara has continued to suspend sailings on Journey and Pursuit while its new ship Onward, hasn’t come out of its renovation.
The company was recently sold by Royal Caribbean and is now run by private equity firm Sycamore Partners.