AZAMARA CLUB CRUISES
Azamara operate R-class ships considered by many to be the perfect classic ship. These are hugely popular and sought-after ships. Known as Renaissance Class ships, because they were made for Renaissance Cruises. R-Class ships are numbered one to eight. Renaissance was a company in Oslo, competing with Fred Olsen. Founded in 1989 it was family-owned by Fearnley & Eger Rederi. These ships are all 181 meters long, have a GT of 30,277GT and travel at 18 knots and all hold 684 guests. Children and babies are allowed on Azamara ships. Check their website for further details. Links are included here.
- R One – Oceania Insignia (1998)
- R Two – Oceania Regatta (1998)
- R Three – Azamara Onward (Pacific Princess) (1999)
- R Four – Oceania Sirena (1999)
- R Five – Oceania Nautica (2000)
- R Six – Azamara Journey (2000)
- R Seven – Azamara Quest (2000)
- R Eight – Azamara Pursuit (Adonia) (2001)
AZAMARA DRESS CODE: Appropriate attire on board Azamara Club Cruises® is always resort-casual; there aren’t any scheduled formal nights. However, guests should always feel comfortable wearing formal attire if they so desire, but please note, no tuxedo hire is available on board.
No bare feet, vest tops, caps, swimwear, shorts or torn/distressed jeans are allowed in the main dining room or speciality restaurants.
When visiting museums, mosques, temples and churches it is appropriate (and in many cases mandatory) to dress conservatively. Women should wear trousers or skirts that cover the knees. Bare shoulders and sleeveless tops and shorts are often not permitted for men or women.
- Examples of resort casual attire:
- Women: Casual dresses, blouses, skirts, trousers, jackets
- Men: Trousers, shirts, polo shirts, sweaters, jackets/windbreakers.
SMOKING: Azamara ships have a designated smoking area, located on the starboard forward section of the pool deck. The smoking area is clearly marked. For our guests’ comfort and health, all other areas of the ships are non-smoking, including public rooms, restaurants, pool decks, staterooms and suites, verandas and halls.