Azamara launches limited time offer of 3 free nights cruising

Azamara launches limited time offer of 3 free nights cruising
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    Azamara is launching a special limited-time offer on select eight-night or longer voyages, giving travellers three free nights, a savings of 10 per cent on the booking, and earning up to $500 USD ($AUD765) onboard credit.

    The three free nights alone, valued at $3,300 USD ($AUD4999) in a Club Continent Suite, add exceptional value to this remarkable offer. Three Nights Free will provide more value to current and future guests of Azamara, with more time to wander and explore a destination on a traveller’s own terms. Additionally, Azamara’s valued travel partners will receive a five per cent commission on all applied voyages as a token of Azamara’s appreciation for the partner’s continued support.

    “We wanted to share our cherished relationships and express our gratitude to our valued guests and trade partners with a special offer that allows them to experience more,” president, Azamara, Carol Cabezas, said.

    “More immersive events, more cultural connections, and more time in port through longer stays and plenty of overnights – these are the exceptional advantages our small ship fleet offers guests to truly appreciate a destination.”

    Available exclusively on select 2023 European voyages booked between May 24, 2023, through June 2, 2023, this promotion allows guests to discover small ship cruising as Azamara sails to the heart of incredible hidden gem destinations throughout Europe. Travellers sailing with Azamara will also be able to spend more time in port with late nights and overnights, allowing for more flexibility and access to immersive exploration and cultural experiences.

    Azamara recently introduced the all-new AzAmazing Celebrations, enriching its culturally immersive events offered onboard and ashore.

    Guests can step back in time to explore the fascinating history of the Ottoman Empire’s Cimenlik Castle in Canakkale, Turkey, admire the views of the Dardanelles Strait, or enjoy a beautiful sunset during a late-night stay in Greece.

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