Azamara has announced it is cancelling all remaining cruises in 2020 and early 2021.
The cruise line now hopes to return to service on 20 March with Azamara Quest’s 12-night Spain country-intensive voyage. Azamara Journey will return to service on 9 April sailing from Lisbon to Barcelona. Azamara Pursuit will sail a new series of Greek itineraries starting on 9 May.
The cruise line said has chosen to adjust its sailings as a result of individual country restrictions, as well as guest survey results indicating that Azamara guests will feel more comfortable waiting to cruise until 2021.
“After very careful consideration, we have made the decision to pause operations until the 2021 Europe season, as we are still confronted with the many global challenges resulting from COVID-19,” said Azamara’s Chief Operating Officer, Carol Cabezas. “We plan to return stronger than ever next season, with reimagined guest experiences that will protect the wellbeing of our guests and crew yet remain true to the Azamara spirit of connecting people to cultures.”