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Old 04-28-2010, 11:55 AM
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Azamara's new features:

"Included in the voyage are amenities such as bottled water and sodas; specialty coffees and teas; housekeeping and dining gratuities; shuttlebus service to/from port communities, where available; destination-influenced entertainment and enrichment programs; most meals and room service; house wine at lunches and dinners; and self-service laundry."

I think both Oceania and Azamara are positioning themselves pretty much in the same niche, which is a cruise line in between the premium lines such as Celebrity and Holland America, and the luxury lines such as Crystal and Regent.

Dave, you're right that Azamara is establishing itself as a cruise line that's separate from Celebrity.
But maybe sometimes when a ship isn't filling up they may want to offer Captain's Club member special discounts????

Just putting it out there.
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But maybe sometimes when a ship isn't filling up they may want to offer Captain's Club member special discounts????
Since Azamara is separating itself from Celebrity and its Captain's Club, I doubt it! They'd probably make special offers to past Azamara passengers first. But since the two Azamara ships hold just under 700 passengers, they usually sail pretty full anyway.

But you can always hope!
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Azamara hasn't updated their website yet. It still list the Celebrity Captains Club email.
 
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