Our final day onboard the Azamara Journey was a sea day. The day was pretty quiet, spent relaxing by the pool, a jewelry making session, packing and then a lovely dinner in the dining room followed by an interesting North Pole Christmas presentation lead by the cruise director, Eric.
Since our last day was uneventful, I thought I would share images of the Azamara Journey so you could see in detail where we spent our last 13 days floating on the China Sea.
Azamara Club Cruises has only two ships in it's fleet. For this trip we sailed on the Azamara Journey. Both this ship and her sister ship the Azamara Quest, underwent an extensive dry dock in 2016. We were impressed with the entire ship. The cabins, the public spaces, the dining rooms were all tastefully decorated and each area was clean, spacious and the furniture was very comfortable. One of our favourite touches were the cushions on the lounges chairs. They were thick and plush and very cosy! And since we were sailing just prior to the Christmas season we were thrilled to see many Christmas decoration and touches all around the ship. It made our holidays very festive. We can't say enough about this ship and it's finishings, decor and overall appearance. Top notch!
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