Azamara Quest has today departed from Glasgow’s Peel Port (King George V Dock), following thirteen months docked in the Scottish city.
For over a year, Glasgow has been a safe haven for three of Azamara’s fleet, Azamara Quest, Azamara Journey and Azamara Pursuit
Commenting on the return to service, Azamara President, Carol Cabezas said “We want to extend our thanks to Peel Ports for hosting the Azamara fleet and to the Glaswegian community who have not only welcomed our ships and crew with open arms but have also made an integral contribution in maintaining and preparing our vessels, ensuring that we can get back to doing what we do best this summer; connecting people to people; people with cultures; and people with themselves. As the ships ready to return to the oceans the generosity of Glasgow will be fondly remembered”.
The ship sails for drydock in Cadiz, Spain to finalise preparations ahead of its return to service in August with five back-to-back Greece Country-Intensive Voyages; each seven-nights in length and a total of 18-late nights in port, including Santorini, Rhodes and Heraklion, Greece. Bringing the culture and heritage of destinations onboard, these sailings will debut a brand-new immersive onboard programme for guests – Destination Celebration – the adaptation of AzAmazing Evenings.