Posted October 2nd, 2017
Azamara Set For A New Pursuit
Last week, we brought you news that Cunard are planning to add a fourth ship to their fleet in 2022, and it seems we are being spoilt by these exciting announcements at the moment. Just a few days later, Azamara Club Cruises released word that it too is scheduling in a new addition, taking the number of ships in the fleet to three.
Due to be completed in time for March 2018, Azamara’s parent company Royal Caribbean has purchased P&O Cruises’ Adonia and intend to bring her in line with Azamara Quest and Azamara Journey. Following a brief spell with eco-tourism brand Fathom, Adonia’s future was up in the air and so this sale gives her a clear path. She had recently been operating special discovery itineraries for P&O Cruises, but the company have since announced that these will be offered on other vessels after March 2018.
Once she has received a boutique renovation, which will include the addition of many innovations recently installed on board the other Azamara ships, Adonia will sail under the new name of Azamara Pursuit. Being a similar size to her soon-to-be fleet mates, she will be able to offer the same sort of luxury atmosphere on board, as well as continuing to visit the smaller ports that are less accessible to the larger ships.
As yet, we only have a name, but more details are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Keep your eyes peeled for news on the types of itineraries you can expect and call us on 0808 159 1587 to book any of our current Azamara Cruises.