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On her only visit to Adelaide this season, Azamara Journey will arrive as part of her Australian Explorer Cruise from Bali, Exmouth, Fremantle, Bunbury, Albany, Esperance and Kangaroo Island, before completing her journey visiting Melbourne and Sydney.
Azamara Club Cruises Azamara Journey is literally your home at sea. At 181 metres in length and with 11 decks, she holds 694 passengers and 407 crew providing a 1.7:1 passenger to crew ratio. As one of the smaller cruise ships available, passengers never feel crowded and can easily find either friends to enjoy everything on offer with or space for some quiet time.
On board dining is a culinary journey with every port featured and six dining options, including room service and if guests have special dietary needs, they can accommodate them with advance notice.
Guests have a choice of staterooms and suites, including club world owner's suite, club ocean suites, new club spa suites and club continent suites, all with individual and tasteful modern amenities. For those who like a little less luxury, the Club Verandah, Club Oceanview or Club Interior Stateroom are just as fine.
If guests want to take this luxury cruise just a small step further, then The Sanctum is waiting to take them on a journey of relaxation and wellness with health and beauty treatments combining eastern and western wellness elements. Once guests are in their zen, entertainment is available in the Cabaret Lounge, where live music and entertainment abounds or they can try the casino.
Azamara Journey offers cruises around Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Cuba and the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Northern and Western Europe, with timeframes from 4 nights, for those who just want to see if they like cruising to 18 nights, for those who want a bit more adventure.
Travel to the Outer Harbour by train or car. To utilise train services to Outer Harbour, passengers embarking at Adelaide Railway Station are advised to enter and exit via the northern barrier gates 20-26 (closest to the ticket office). For further information, please go to the Adelaide Metro website - www.adelaidemetro.com.au.
The event is free and child-friendly.
Please Note: This is a viewing only event, and no access is available onboard.
All times given are subject to change. For further information on Cruise Ships in Adelaide, please go to the website or Facebook page.