All four Azamara ships have resumed cruise operations following Azamara Journey’s departure on a 10-night Greece Intensive itinerary.
The line’s ships will sail Europe this summer, before heading to Asia, Australia, and South America, among other destinations.
Azamara’s newest ship, Azamara Onward, entered service on 2 May, before embarking on an 11-night maiden voyage in the Mediterranean, departing from Monte Carlo and concluding with an overnight stay in Ravenna, Italy.
The ship is currently sailing a seven-night Greece Intensive cruise.
Meanwhile, Azamara Pursuit is currently operating a five-night Grand Prix Weekend voyage, and Azamara Quest a nine-night Spring Med & Grand Prix itinerary.
The line’s president Carol Cabezas said: “I am beyond thankful to our hard-working team and dedicated crew members for all the incredible work and effort that has brought us to this exciting moment.
“Thanks to them, our four-ship fleet are all sailing for the first time ever, allowing us even more opportunities to immerse our guests in the smaller ports and hidden gem destinations of the world.”
Azamara said it will visit 362 ports, with 392 overnight stays, 862 late nights, and more than 3,000 shore excursions on offer.
During the launch of Onward, Cabezas said: “This is an exciting new chapter for our company, and we are so thankful for our hardworking team both on board and offshore, for making this possible.
“Together, we look forward to bringing Azamara Onward and our love of travel further than ever before, to connect even more guests with the many people and cultures of the world.”