Setting the Standard in Swingers Cruises
Ship Facts |
Length: 593 ft
Beam: 95 ft
Draught: 19.85 ft
Cruise Speed: 18.5 kts
Inaugural Date: May 05, 2007
LLV Club Azamara Journey Luxury Cruise, Rio de Janeiro 2015!
Welcome to Brazil!
Join us for a unique experience on a luxury South American cruise that starts in Rio de Janeiro; explore the cobbled streets and gorgeous
beaches of Buzios, sometimes called "the Saint-Tropez of South America”.
From the rainforest to beautiful cities, there's so much to explore.
As the host of the World Cup in 2014 and the 2016 Summer Olympics Brazil is sure to become a top destination. With beautiful cities, fantastic beaches and more, what we've featured here is jus the beginning of what you can find in this South American paradise.
Starting in Rio de Janeiro:
Nicknamed the "Marvelous City." Rio de Janeiro is filled with stunning natural landmarks like the Sugarloaf and Corcovado mountains. If you are looking for the life of the party visit the historic district of Lapa. Known for its great nightlife, Lapa is also the perfect place to experience traditional Brazilian music and cuisine.
At upscale Punta Del Este discover the art of Casa pueblo and Ralli Museum
(the first of five Ralli Museums operating in the World), famous beaches, and the huge seal colony at Isla de los Lobos (Sea lions Island)
With an overnight stay in Buenos Aires.
Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) Buzios (Brasil) Punta Del Este (Uruguay) Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Azamara Cruises is setting a new bar for industry standards when it comes to onboard service. They have made it their business to provide you with anticipatory service each moment of your vacation. Whether it's something as simple as being greeted by name or perhaps it's your bartender remembering the fact that you like your cocktails light on ice, we want to impress you each and every moment they get a chance.
Forgo the crowds and experience a voyage tailor-made for today's discerning traveler aboard Journey. In addition to butler service in each stateroom and suite, Quest offers her guests more verandas than most cruise ships, so you can watch the world melt away into the fiery sunset.
Rio de Janeiro: Samba on down to Rio, famous for its dramatic landscape and beach culture, easy going except for the four days of frenetic, feather-festooned Carnaval. Check out the activity at one or two of the 23 beaches, crowded with sunbathers and swimmers, and also populated by surfers, bikers, and the girl from Ipanema. Pull up a chair at a Churrascaria, and dine on the delicious grilled meat of your choice, washed down with a Caipirinha, the national cocktail.
Buzios: Originally settled by European pirates and slave traders, this paradise found is a high-end resort with an international flair. More than twenty beaches beckon sun-worshipers and water sport enthusiasts, and the sophisticated boutiques of Rua das Pedras will delight shoppers.
Punta del Este: Its white sand beaches are very popular. Fashionable cafes and shops line the streets, and an evening harbor-front stroll will no doubt include a serenade by street musicians and entertainers. The town projects an artsy vibe, with a contemporary museum and the Brava Beach open air sculpture park, displaying large works in steel, concrete, wood, iron, and marble. Discover the art of Casa pueblo and Ralli Museum and the huge seal colony at Isla de los Lobos.
Buenos Aires: Welcome to elegant, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, with its European colonial architecture and colorful mix of cultures; Argentina`s vibrant and lively capital, shop in the chic boutiques of Soho and Hollywood; and soak up the Italian flavor of La Boca where tango dancers and artists display their talents for passersby. Then top it all off with an Argentine steak, perfectly grilled over a fire of glowing coals, and washed down with an excellent glass of Malbec.