Azamara Journey Cruise Ship Profile

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2007 Rating 98
2009 Rating 98 (Mar)
2010 Rating 98 (Jan)
2010 Rating 98 (Apr)
2011 Rating 100 (Apr)
2011 Rating 100 (Oct)
2012 Rating 96 (Mar)
2015 Rating 96 (Mar)
2015 Rating 91 (Dec)
2019 Rating 97 (Dec)


World wide itineraries including South America, West Indies, Northern and Western Europe, Mediterranean, and Asia. For a complete schedule, visit the Azamara Club Cruises website here.

Deck Plan

Deck 11

Sun deck space, Shuffleboard

Deck 10

Looking Glass, Jogging track, Michael's Club, Aqualina and Prime C Restaurants, Drawing Room

Deck 9

Astral Spa, Computer Center, Fitness Center, Salon, Pool, Pool bar, Pool grill, Windows Café, eConnections

Deck 8

Passenger staterooms

Deck 7

Passenger staterooms, Self-service laundry

Deck 6

Passenger staterooms

Deck 5

Cabaret Lounge, Casino Luxe, Photo shop, Boutiques, Discoveries Restaurant, Mosaic Café

Deck 4

Passenger staterooms, Medical facility, Guest relations, Shore excursion desk, Boutiques

Deck 3

Passenger staterooms, Tender gangway

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Azamara Journey

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Modern staterooms, fine regional cuisine and world-class wine cellars are featured on Azamara ships.  Well-appointed fitness and spa facilities encourage good health and relaxation. And gratuities for all dining, bar, and housekeeping staff are always included.

Azamara Journey was built in 2000 for Renaissance Cruises as R Six. After the bankruptcy of Renaissance Cruises, she sailed for Pullmantur Cruises who renamed her Blue Dream in 2005. 


Class: R Class

Built: 2000

Launched: 2000 as R Six; 2005 as Blue Dream; 2007 as Azamara Journey

Refurbished: 2013

GRT: 30,277

Length: 592 ft.

Depth: 19 ft.

Speed: 18.5 Knots

Passengers: 694


Basic stateroom amenities include flat-screen television, refrigerator with mini-bar, thermostat-controlled air conditioning, direct-dial telephone and voicemail, desk, in-room safe, hand-held hairdryer, Egyptian cotton bed linen with duvet, terry bathrobes and slippers, 24-hour room service, welcome fruit basket at embarkation, fresh-cut flowers, tote bag, complimentary use of umbrella and binoculars, complimentary shoe shine-service, turndown treats, and daily news bulletin.

Additional Suite amenities include English butler service, priority check-in and departure, unpacking and packing of luggage, complimentary garment pressing for two items, welcome sparkling wine, vodka, or Scotch and fruit basket, daily savories between 4-6 pm, en-suite afternoon tea service, en-suite dinning from restaurant menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner; complimentary seating throughout the voyage in specialty dining restaurants, opportunity to book en-suite spa services (addtional charges may apply); one bottle of Vodka and one bottle of Scotch Whiskey.

Stateroom sizes

Inside 158-237
Ocean View 143-170  
Veranda 215-239 Sq. ft. w/veranda
Suite 316 Sq. ft. w/veranda

Dining Venues

$=Specialty Dining, charge may apply

Praised for its dining experience since its founding, Azamara places a heavy emphasis on fine cuisine with a focus on wine.  Featured wines are offered complimentary at lunches and dinners on every sailing.

Discoveries Restaurant

Open seating in the main dining room. You'll find all your classic dinner favorites, with a deliciously different twist, like gulf shrimp with cognac and garlic or a filet mignon with black truffle sauce.

Windows Café

Casual dining main buffet. Choices change daily and include fresh sushi, stir-fries and pastas, salads, smoked lox and other cold fish, a carving station and sumptuous desserts. Cuisine also features around-the-world buffet that changes regularly.

Aqualina Restaurant ($)

Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Starters including seafood bouillabaisse, lobster-asparagus salad, and wild mushrooms with parmesan and white truffle cream. Main courses may include seafood paella with saffron couscous, black truffle and mushroom risotto, and rack of lamb. Save room for Grand Marnier Souffle or Crème Brulee. Reservations only. Suite guests complimentary, other guests $25 per person.

Prime C Restaurant ($)

Traditional steakhouse serving melt-in-your-mouth steak in a sumptuous dining room. The menu includes steaks in a variety of cuts cooked to perfection, along with starters like lobster bisque, wedge salad with bacon and blue cheese, and more. Other entrée choices may include lamb, pork, veal chops, game hens and seafood. Reservations only. Suite guests complimentary, other guests $25 per person.

Mosaic Café

A comfortable spot to lounge while sipping hot coffees, chocolates and pastries. 


Notable Rooms

Cabaret Lounge

A showcase theater featuring a cast of singers performing some Broadway-style shows.

Casino Luxe

Find all your favorite table games, video slots, and a centrally located bar.

Discoveries Lounge

Piano bar and cocktail lounge.

Looking Glass Lounge

Cocktail bar with floor-to-ceiling windows and Murano glass. Featuring live music or DJs spinning tunes across the dance floor during the evening, and hosting onboard demonstrations during the day.

Outdoor Spaces

Deck 11

Sun deck and walking space.

Deck 9

Fitness center, pool, pool bar and grill.

Deck 10

Jogging track

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