Up to 25% off and unlimited Wi-Fi with Azamara

Stephanie Yip 29 December 2017 NEWS

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Treat yourself to a luxury vacation for less.

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Azamara Club Cruises offers an intimate, boutique style of cruising with smaller ships and no more than 690 guests.

As part of its Wave Save, you can now receive up to 25% off your cruise fare on all new bookings. Book an oceanview cabin or above and you'll save even more with complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi for one device.

With this sale, you can enjoy a high-quality luxury vacation to unique destinations for less.

Sample trips departing from Australia include:

  • 14 nights from Cairns on an Australia and Indonesia Voyage Cruise. Travel around Thursday Island, Darwin and Indonesia from $4,310 per person.
  • 14 nights out of Melbourne. Travel around Australia and New Zealand, from $5,560 per person
  • 16 nights from Melbourne. Travel to Tasmania and New Zealand from $6,332 per person

Every single one of these trips is all-inclusive, meaning meals onboard and complimentary drinks are standard.

The Azamara Wave sale can be booked through Cruise Sale Finder and runs until 28 February unless sold out prior.


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