A. Azamara Club Cruises® voyages have a resort casual dress code. This means there are no required formal nights, but guests who prefer to dress in formal attire are always welcome to do so. We only ask that guests refrain from bare feet, tank tops, ball caps, bathing suits, or jeans in the dining room or specialty restaurants.
A. Dining on Azamara follows an open seating policy, meaning you can dine when and with whom you like. This allows for more tables of two and four and an atmosphere for intimate dining and getting to know new friends. In our two onboard specialty restaurants, reservations are highly recommended. Specialty restaurants are complimentary for suite guests and require a $15 per person surcharge for guests in Club Veranda, Oceanview or Interior staterooms.
My brother and I started PerryGolf in 1984 and over the years have worked tirelessly to be creative in terms of new and unique golf travel experiences while always striving for the highest level of service. Beginning in 1999 we have chartered various ships both around the British Isles and elsewhere to permit us to deliver some of these experiences. As a result, I believe we have a particularly detailed knowledge of the requirements needed to deliver a great golf experience from onboard a cruise ship.
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This is our 10th cruise and by far the best we have experienced – including Silversea, which was considerably more expensive.
The best cruise dining we’ve had in Windows and the dining rooms.
An amazing range of onboard activities and entertainment, equal to that of much larger ships.
A delight full mix of nationalities among the crew, service that actively looks for opportunities to accommodate the passengers and heighten their cruise experience.
Officers are always visible around the ship.