Azamara Quest Visits The Arctic Circle Globe
Azamara Club Cruises prides itself on delivering nothing but the best and most luxurious cruise voyage for each and every passenger and earlier this week guests on board Azamara Quest had a unique opportunity to experience this first hand.
Captain of Azamara Quest, Captain Stig, took the opportunity during a sea day to provide those on board with the chance to see the Arctic Circle Globe on Vikingen Island in Norway, which marks a crossing into the Arctic Ocean. On behalf of the ship’s captain, officers and crew, Chief Engineer Ole Pederson had the honour of presenting a commemorative plaque to local officials and officially marking Azamara Quest’s crossing of the Arctic Circle.
This particular voyage is a 14-night itinerary taking in the Land of the Midnight Sun and a visit to the northernmost point of Europe. Azamara Quest’s sister ship Azamara Journey will be offering a similar voyage on June 14th 2014.
Azamara Journey shall depart from Hamburg, Germany and sail to Bergen, Flam, Gudvangen, Geiranger, Svolvaer, Trollfjord, Tromso, Honningsvag, Olden and Stavanger before guests disembark in Copenhagen.
Azamara Journey is a 30,277GT mid-sized ship and joined the Azamara Club Cruises fleet in 2007. She can accommodate up to 866 passengers in 338 luxury cabins ranging from a penthouse suite to an interior stateroom. Her décor is immaculate throughout and is reminiscent of ocean liners from days gone by.
The June 14th sailing is available to book so if you require quotes and further information then please call 0800 008 6677 to speak to one of our Cruise Experts. For more great offers on cruises with Azamara, please take a look at our latest deals.