St. Tropez and Monte Carlo are luxe stops on a cruise that even takes in the Grand Prix
Along the Journey – Ports of Call
The 4 Night Monaco Grand Prix Voyage sails roundtrip from Nice, France, making its first stop in Portofino, Italy, where pastel houses line the shores of a yacht-filled harbor, and olive groves and waterside restaurants evoke a leisurely setting. Next up is the ancient maritime city of Genoa, Italy, before a stop in sun-drenched Saint-Tropez, France, a luxurious destination that makes any visitor feel like a glamorous jetsetter.
Then it’s on the main event: an overnight stop in Monte-Carlo, where travelers have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness one of the world’s most challenging Formula One races. Even if you don’t opt for the Grand Prix experience, there’s no place like Monte Carlo, where you’re sure to feel a rush from your impressive – and expensive – surroundings.
As You Sail – Onboard Amenities
The Azamara Quest isn’t big on trendy, high-tech amenities. Instead, it focuses on classic tastefulness, with low-key luxury in the form of intimate social spaces, modern furnishings, and attentive staff. With a large number of veranda staterooms, guests can enjoy the fresh sea air and stunning Mediterranean scenery as they sail. For entertainment, the ships boasts lounges and bars, a Casino, a Cabaret, and a stylish pool for lounging in the sun.
Ready for a bite? There are six dining options onboard, including room service, with haute cuisine served at Aqualina and Prime C, or casual fare in the fresh air of Windows Café and the Pool Grill. And, to look and feel your best, put yourself in the hands of professional aestheticians and therapists at the Azamara Spa to rejuvenate the mind and body. Soak in the thalassotherapy bath, enjoy a restorative facial, or let hot stones melt your stress during a relaxing massage.