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Get an Azamara cruises double upgrade deal

Posted: 5 September 2017 11:31 am

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What's better than a free upgrade? Two free upgrades.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Azamara has set aside a limited number of extra-luxurious Club Verandah Staterooms and is letting them go for a song. Right now you can pick them up for the cost of an interior stateroom, until either 30 November or until they're all sold out.

This double upgrade deal is only available on advance bookings, for cruises in 2018 and 2019. That's great news for you, because this deal can be combined with an early booking bonus, letting you enjoy some truly exceptional value.

And with a range of scenic trips like these, you certainly won't regret having your own private balcony onboard. Sample trips departing from Australia, and the prices at which you might find double-upgrades rooms, include:

  • 20 nights from Sydney, on a Whitsundays Wonders cruise, around the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island and the rest of the Whitsundays, from $5,199 per person
  • 15 nights from Perth to Kangaroo Island, Albany, Adelaide and Sydney for the New Years display, from $7,361 per person
  • 16 nights out of Melbourne, around Tasmania and New Zealand, from $8,275 per person
  • 14 nights from Cairns, around Queensland, Indonesia and Singapore, from $5,656 per person

There are plenty more deals too, from Australia and elsewhere. Some are also all-inclusive prices, or package deals, while others only include meals.

Head over to CruiseAway to explore the full range of deals and pick out your room.

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