Launched in 2018, the Azamara Pursuit is comparable in size and available amenities to its sister ships Azamara Quest and Azamara Journey. The ship has a high crew to passenger ration with a maximum capacity of 702 guests and 408 crew members, guaranteeing individualized service for travelers.
The Pursuit has many varieties of dining available across its seven restaurants and cafes, from an Italian-inspired specialty restaurant to an alfresco grill with a grab-and-go frozen yogurt station. The ship also features multiple lounges, including The Den, which is also available on the Quest. Other onboard features include a pool, a spa, a fitness center, a library and retail shops.
The ship's staterooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, minibars and 24-hour room service, plus extra perks, such as welcome fruit baskets and turndown treats. Suite guests enjoy even more extras, including 240 minutes of free internet access, complimentary seating in the ship's specialty restaurants and butler service.
All Azamara passengers on cruises lasting seven or more nights receive complimentary access to one cultural experience in port, known as AzAmazing Evenings.
The Azamara Pursuit sails from multiple ports, including Athens, Greece, Venice, Buenos Aires, Miami and more. Itineraries feature stops across Europe, South America and the Mediterranean.
Azamara Pursuit is designed to be smaller and sleeker than many cruise ships allowing it to visit ports that larger ships can not get to. Like its sister ships, the Journey and Quest, it's a mid-sized beauty with a deck plan well-suited to the needs of modern voyagers.