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Royal Caribbean ships can only be de­scribed as hav­ing the WOW fac­tor - new ships with new gen­er­a­tion de­sign max­imis­ing space and com­fort in your state­room, game-chang­ing tech­nol­ogy, ground-break­ing en­ter­tain­ment din­ing op­tions to suit all tastes and pref­er­ences. you an in­cred­i­ble re­sort style cruis­ing ex­pe­ri­ence while visit­ing fas­ci­nat­ing places of the world and close to home. RCI is Des­ti­na­tion WOW! where you will see, do, and savour more.

C) Cruise Global, Bike Lo­cal: Takaro Trails & Mis­sion Es­tate Bik­ing Ex­plo­ration, Napier, New Zealand. Spend a day im­mersed in the dra­matic land­scape of the New Zealand low­lands on a bike tour on Aza­mara-branded bi­cy­cles led by a lo­cal guide. Be­gin in the port town of Ahuriri with a ride along its West Quay. See weath­ered fish­ing boats dot­ting the har­bour on the way to the Pan­dora Es­tu­ary. Fol­low the trails of these pro­tected wet­lands and stop at a lo­cal bird sanc­tu­ary for a look at the ex­otic species that call New Zealand home. The ride con­tin­ues through low-ly­ing wet­lands, an area that was once a tidal flat, and which rose nearly seven feet dur­ing an epic earth­quake in 1931. Fi­nally, ar­rive in the town of Taradale and round out the tour at New Zealand’s Old­est Win­ery, the Mis­sion Es­tate for re­fresh­ments.

D) Cruise Global, Walk Lo­cal: Melbourne Walk­ing Tour, Melbourne, Aus­tralia. Ex­pe­ri­ence the sights and sounds of Melbourne on an ex­cur­sion that com­bines a tram ride with a leisurely stroll through the city streets. Be­gin the day as so many lo­cals do, by catch­ing one of the city’s fa­mous trams. Sit back and en­joy a scenic ride that drops you in the very heart of Melbourne. From here, it’s time to explore on an up-close­and-per­sonal walk­ing tour than winds past mod­ern mon­u­ments, his­toric ar­chi­tec­ture and sig­nif­i­cant land­marks. See Melbourne’s Town Hall, majestic St. Paul’s Cathe­dral, and the old Flin­ders Street Rail­way Sta­tion, be­fore mak­ing your way to Fed­er­a­tion Square, one of the city’s favourite gath­er­ing spots, for some free time to explore lo­cal shops, cafes and bars.

3. Bou­tique Ho­tels at Sea

Aza­mara’s smaller, bou­tique and in­ti­mate ships now fea­ture con­tem­po­rary and el­e­gant de­sign, hav­ing been com­pletely reimag­ined and re­mod­elled in 2016.

Known for their au­then­tic, friendly and per­son­alised ser­vice the line is also an­nounc­ing a new hall­mark - the brand’s des­ti­na­tion fo­cused pro­gram­ming on­board, rang­ing from lo­cal culi­nary and bev­er­age se­lec­tions, to travel movies, lec­tur­ers and panel dis­cus­sions on des­ti­na­tions and other rel­e­vant top­ics, as well as en­ter­tain­ment.

Aza­mara will con­tinue to of­fer more in­cluded on­board ameni­ties, from gra­tu­ities and se­lect stan­dard spir­its, in­ter­na­tional beers and wines, to bot­tled wa­ter, soft drinks, spe­cialty cof­fees & teas, English but­ler ser­vice for suite guests and more.

Aza­mara is more than a cruise line; it’s the brand that de­liv­ers a rich des­ti­na­tion ex­pe­ri­ence world­wide by stay­ing longer and al­low­ing guests to ex­pe­ri­ence more.

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