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2020 British Isles Golf Cruise

2020 British Isles Golf Cruise

14 Nights | 6 Rounds | Dublin - Southampton | July 6 – 20


*This Voyage is Hosted by PerryGolf Co-Founder Colin Dalgleish. Read More

PerryGolf Co-Founder, Colin Dalgleish, receives Special Recognition Award at the 2015 Scottish Golf Tourism AwardsColin Dalgleish currently serves as Managing Director of PerryGolf based in Scotland. He also has responsibility for seeking out and identifying unique and innovative golf travel opportunities to be enjoyed by its loyal and discerning client base.

Colin began playing golf at 9 years of age and was a three time Scottish High School champion before going on to become Scottish Amateur Champion at age 20. He took up a golf scholarship at Ohio State University where he played alongside PGA Tour players John Cook and Joey Sindelar and was a member of their 1979 NCAA winning squad. He returned to Scotland where he graduated with a BA in Accounting from Stirling University prior to founding PerryGolf with his brother in 1984. His brother Gordon, who resides in Wilmington NC, serves as Company President of PerryGolf.

PerryGolf Co-Founder, Colin DalgleishHaving played in the 1981 Walker Cup match at Cypress Point against a USA team which contained Hal Sutton & Corey Pavin, and subsequently captained the Scottish Team for four years, Colin was then appointed Captain of the Great Britain & Ireland Walker Cup Team for both the 2007 match at Royal County Down and the 2009 match at Merion. He is proud to now be a member of both these fine clubs, in addition to a few others. He captained an 18 year old Rory McIlroy in the 2007 match against a USA side which featured current PGA Tour stars Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Billy Horschel and Webb Simpson.

PerryGolf Co-Founder, Colin DalgleishColin’s travels have taken him to almost every corner of the globe with golf of course playing a large part in this. He has played many of the world’s finest courses, and also some of its most remote and hard to reach venues. He particularly enjoys his travels with PerryGolf groups on our various golf voyages and our hosted tours to far flung lands. He has also served on the Amateur Status and Equipment Standards Committees of the R&A. During his time in golf tourism he has served on the board of Golf Tourism Scotland, and in 2009 received the Lifetime Achievement Award from that body.

While his competitive golf days may be behind him and his handicap increasing, like all golfers he holds out optimism for an improving game. Beyond golf, he enjoys cycling, hillwalking and skiing. He has been a lifetime resident of Helensburgh, Scotland.

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PerryGolf proudly partners with Azamara® for this exceptional 14-night, 6-round golf voyage through the British Isles onboard the 700-guest Azamara Pursuit. We will visit nine ports beginning in Dublin before concluding in Southampton. The itinerary is beautifully balanced with famous city experiences like Belfast, Glasgow, and Edinburgh and terrific golf at Royal Portrush ... Read More.

 

Carnoustie and Royal County Down.We open with two full days of crypts, cathedrals and pints in Dublin before we travel to the lovely seafront on the Isle of Man. Enjoy the 21st century resurgence of Belfast before our visit to Glasgow, a blossoming cultural hub. Watch whales and dolphins in the summer water of Kirkwall, enjoy the emerging arts and cultural scene of Dundee, embrace the striking setting of Edinburgh with its castle perched atop the rocky crags and looking out upon the Firth of Forth. This outstanding voyage will conclude in Southampton on the south coast of England, convenient for one of the world's great capitals - London.

The golf arrangements are exceptional. Your biggest decision may well be whether to join the SANDY LYLE flight or the GREG NORMAN flight. Either way, you are assured of six fabulous rounds including a mixture of Royal Clubs and Open host venues. Royal County Down was No. 4 in the world in Golf Magazine’s 2017 rankings. Carnoustie has earned its reputation as the most difficult course in the Open rota, playing host again in 2018. The Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry underwent an extensive renovation and re-opened in 2016, resuming its place among the world top 20. Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland is the only club outside of Scotland and England to host The Open, having the honor in 1951 and 2019.

Azamara Pursuit is a mid-sized luxury vessel nimble enough to access smaller ports yet large enough to provide every amenity you expect from fine dining and live entertainment to a full-service spa. Forty-six suites are available with English butler style service which routinely book early. Particularly enjoyable about a PerryGolf / Azamara cruise is how the schedule will include many extended stays in port plus the occasional overnight which permits a truly immersive experience. Better still, Azamara® are inclusive of a full selection of beer, spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees plus wine with lunch and dinner along with gratuities for housekeeping, dining and bar staff.

Every aspect of the golf program is managed by PerryGolf staff onboard and ashore. Your clubs will be waiting your arrival at the golf course. Tee times and pairings will be posted the night before. Casual competitions will be arranged and prizes awarded. Lunch is included while you play plus there will be an open bar at the clubhouse when you finish. Carts/caddies, transfers, local taxes, service charges and gratuities (excluding caddies) are included.

Most of our guests will be golf couples but it’s not uncommon to have non-golfers who will enjoy themselves as a luxury cruise guest starting with Azamara Pursuit’s fabulous facilities combined with a wide selection of Azamara Shore Excursions®. The “2020 British Isles Golf Cruise” is a full-featured vacation and a unique opportunity to enjoy yourself in the company of like-minded new friends!

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Date Port Arrive / Depart Golf - LYLE Golf - NORMAN Sightseeing
Jul 6 Dublin Embark / In Port      
Jul 7 Dublin IN PORT / 11:00PM K Club Palmer* Portmarnock The National Museum
Jul 8 Douglas, Isle of Man 8:00AM / 8:00PM     Cregneash
Jul 9 Belfast 7:30AM / 10:00PM Royal County Down Royal Portrush Donegal Square
Jul 10 Glasgow (Greenock) 7:30AM / 10:00PM Ailsa at Turnberry Prestwick Culzean Castle
Jul 11 At Sea        
Jul 12 Kirkwall 7:30AM / 8:00PM     Orkney Islands
Jul 13 Invergordon 7:30AM / 8:00PM Castle Stuart Royal Dornoch Dunrobin Castle
Jul 14 Dundee 9:00AM / 9:00PM Kingsbarns Carnoustie Dundee
Jul 15 Edinburgh (Leith) 11:00AM / IN PORT     The Royal Mile
Jul 16 Edinburgh (Leith) IN PORT / 11:00PM PGA Centenary* King's Course  
Jul 17 At Sea        
Jul 18 Dover 6:00AM / IN PORT     White Cliffs
Jul 19 Dover IN PORT / 8:30PM      
Jul 20 Southampton Disembark / 9:00AM      
Play is walking with caddies. Golf courses identified with an asterisk (*) play will be using golf carts.
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14 Nights on Azamara Pursuit | 6 Rounds | July 6 - 20, 2020





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Classic Scotland ~ St Andrews & Turnberry
6 Nights | 6 Rounds including the Old Course, Carnoustie, Ailsa at Trump Turnberry & Royal Troon | April to October
 
St Andrews & Muirfield
6 Nights | 6 Rounds including the Old Course, Carnoustie and Muirfield | April to October
 

ESCORTED TOURS

The Best of Scotland Escorted 2021
St Andrews, Turnberry & Gleneagles

9 Nights | 6 Rounds | Including 4 Open Courses | May 22 - 31
 
Northwest England, Turnberry & Edinburgh Escorted 2022
Attend The 150th Open at St Andrews

8 Nights | 4 Rounds | Weekend at The Open | July 10 - 18
 
Gleneagles, Edinburgh & The Highlands Escorted 2022
Attend The 150th Open at St Andrews

8 Nights | 4 Rounds | Weekend at The Open | July 10 - 18
 
St Andrews Escorted 2022
Attend The 150th Open at St Andrews

7 Nights | 4 Rounds | Week at The Open | | July 11 - 18
 

CRUISES

2021 British Isles Golf Cruise
12 Nights from Edinburgh to Southampton including Belfast and Edinburgh on Azamara Journey | Rounds ranging from Royal Dornoch to Royal Portrush to Royal Birkdale | July 16 - 28
 
2021 Scottish Links & Islands Golf Cruise
12 Nights from Amsterdam to Dublin on Azamara Quest | 4 Rounds including Gleneagles – Kings Course, Kingsbarns, Castle Stuart & Ailsa Turnberry | August 4 - 16
 
2022 British Isles Golf Cruise & The 150th Open at St Andrews
13 Nights from Southampton to Dublin including Belfast, Glasgoww and Edinburgh on Azamara Quest | 5 or 6 Rounds (depending on selected flight) ranging from Royal Dornoch to Royal Portrush to Royal County Down | Golf Lite program available with 3 Rounds | Weekend attendance to The Open at St Andrews | July 12 – 25

Attendance Only Packages to The Open are Available
 


The Open FAQ's

Who won The Open in 2014?
In 2014, Rory McIlroy won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2014?
In 2014, The 143rd Open returned to England where Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2015?
In 2015, Zach Johnson won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2015?
In 2015, The 144th Open returned to Scotland where the Old Course at St Andrews hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2016?
In 2016, Henrik Stenson won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2016?
In 2016, The 145th Open returned to Scotland where Royal Troon hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2017?
In 2017, Jordan Spieth won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2017?
In 2017, The 146th Open returned to England where Royal Birkdale hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2018?
In 2018, Francesco Molinari won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2018?
In 2018, The 147th Open returned to Scotland where Carnoustie hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Who won The Open in 2019?
In 2019, Shane Lowry won The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where was The Open in 2019?
In 2019, The 148th Open returned to Northern Ireland where Royal Portrush hosted The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open next year?
In 2021, The 149th Open returns to England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open next year?
Next year The 149th Open will be played July 11 – 18, 2021 in England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2020?
In 2020, The 149th Open has been cancelled by the R&A due to COVID-19 pandemic and the Championship will next be played in 2021 as it returns to England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2021?
In 2021, The 149th Open returns to England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2021?
In 2021, The 149th Open will be played July 11 – 18, 2021 in England where Royal St. George’s will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2022?
In 2022, The 150th Open returns to Scotland where the Old Course at St Andrews will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2022?
In 2022, The 150th Open will be played July 10 – 17, 2022 in Scotland where the Old Course at St Andrews will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2023?
In 2023, The 151st Open returns to England where Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2023?
In 2023, The 151st Open will be played in England where Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Where is The Open in 2024?
In 2024, The 152nd Open returns to Scotland where Royal Troon Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

When is The Open in 2024?
In 2024, The 152nd Open will be played in Scotland where Royal Troon Golf Club will host The Open, sometimes referred to as The British Open or The Open Championship.

Detailed Itinerary

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JULY 6, MONDAY: DUBLIN, IRELAND (IN PORT)

Embark Azamara Pursuit beginning at 1:00PM. All aboard by 4:30PM.

Welcome Cocktails & Briefing this evening. Meet your fellow participants.

Overnight: In Port – Dublin, Ireland

JULY 7, TUESDAY: DUBLIN, IRELAND (IN PORT / 11:00PM)

SANDY LYLE: Today play the Palmer Ryder Cup Course of The K Club. This beautiful parkland course was designed by Arnold Palmer and hosted the 2006 Ryder Cup with all its attendant drama. Risk-reward opportunities are ever present as the course covers an area of mature woodland to the west of Dublin City to which fourteen lakes have been added. Note: Golf cart venue

GREG NORMAN: Today play Portmarnock Golf Club ranked No. 49 in Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in the World. This windswept links features devilish pot bunkers and low dunes that have challenged legendary golfers of every era. Arnold Palmer partnered with Sam Snead to win the 1960 Canada Cup on the Old course and The King described the 15th as the best par-3 in golf. Phil Mickelson and David Duval led the United States to victory in the 1991 Walker Cup while Ian Woosnam, Seve Ballesteros and Bernhard Langer have claimed Irish Open titles on this venerable layout.

SIGHTSEEING: There is a lot to see in Dublin. A good place to begin is The National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street for a well-designed archaeological collection featuring Bronze Age gold jewelry and Viking swords. The stars of the show are the 'bog people' - preserved corpses of men who were killed (presumably sacrificed) and tossed into peat bogs during the Iron Age. The preservative qualities are remarkable. Dublin is home to St Patrick's Cathedral of course but much of Ireland's history can be read in Christ Church Cathedral, which dates back to circa 1030. The medieval crypt is full of treasures plus the belfry tour (11:30 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.) provides a beautiful view and an up-close look at the flying buttresses, as well as the chance to try bell-ringing. Dublin's booming culinary scene is found along Exchequer Street where The Green Hen has won many admirers with its combination of French atmosphere and Franco-Irish cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients. Try the pan-fried duck breast. Finally, while craft beer is certainly the popular new thing, a pint of 'the black stuff' is still required drinking on any trip to Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse museum at the St. James's Gate brewery explains how the stout is made and how to pull a proper pint at the correct 45-degree angle and waiting 119.5 seconds before topping it off. Take it up to the Gravity Bar, where the 360-degree view of Dublin is worth lingering over.

Enjoy Dublin on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide – Dublin

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 8, WEDNESDAY: DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN (8:00AM / 8:00PM)

The tiny Isle of Man is filled with entertaining sights and scenery. Douglas' lovely seafront is lined with picturesque hotels and restaurants and can be traversed by horse-drawn trams as it has been since 1876. There's a medieval fortress in Castletown; a ruined castle on the Isle of St. Patrick where tales of Vikings, monks, and a ghost dog abound; and the village of Cregneash, where people live in thatched cottages, speak the native Manx language, and practice traditional trades and crafts. Front gardens on residential streets are a standout, awash in colour and scent.

Enjoy The Isle of Man on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide - Douglas, Isle of Man

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 9, THURSDAY: BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND (7:30AM / 10:00PM)

SANDY LYLE: Today play Royal County Down. Located in the town of Newcastle to the south of Belfast. No. 4 in Golf Magazine’s 2017 world rankings, this is a vintage test of links golf set against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne. Host to the 2007 Walker Cup Match featuring a young local by the name of Rory McIlroy, and an all-star USA line up that included Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson and Rickie Fowler.

GREG NORMAN: Today play Royal Portrush. It holds the distinction of being the only course outside of Scotland and England to have ever hosted The Open which it did in 1951. The Dunluce Course is as fine a links as you will find anywhere, with the 5th being a particularly memorable hole to a green hanging on the edge of a cliff. Consistently ranked among the top 20 courses in the world.

SIGHTSEEING: Belfast in the early 20th century had the largest and most productive shipyard in the world, gaining global renown with the launch of the RMS Titanic. Located on the slipways where she was built is a stunning new museum, opened in time for the 100th anniversary of Titanic's only voyage and tragic demise. Today the city and riverfront are undergoing a 21st century transformation, but many exuberant Victorian and Edwardian buildings still sport the carved heads of kings and queens. As you explore the city, keep an eye out for 'the murals'. These somewhat troubling freelance works appearing on building walls provide insight into the period known simply as 'The Troubles'.

Enjoy Belfast on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide - Belfast

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 10, FRIDAY: GLASGOW (GREENOCK), SCOTLAND (7:30AM / 10:00PM)

SANDY LYLE: Today play the Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry. Lying on a spectacular curve of rockbound coast, the coastal scenery is magnificent especially from the 4th through the 11th. No one can forget the 1977 'Duel in the Sun' between Jack Nicklaus & Tom Watson when Watson’s weekend of 65-65 edged Nicklaus by one. In 2009, the Ailsa Course hosted The Open for the 4th time when Tom Watson almost clinched the championship as a 59 year old, losing out to Stewart Cink in a playoff for the famed Claret Jug. A major renovation was completed in 2016 which produced an impressive improvement in the club’s already impressive world rankings.

GREG NORMAN: Today play Prestwick Golf Club one of the world's oldest clubs and whose very testing and traditional links hosted the very first Open in 1860. The winner was Willie Park from Musselburgh with a score of 174 for thirty-six holes, two shots clear of the legendary Old Tom Morris. Prestwick was home to the first eleven Opens and then held it jointly along with The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews and The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers (Muirfield). Prestwick's twenty fourth and last Open was in 1925 when Jim Barnes from the USA won. Only the Old Course of St Andrews hosted The Open more than Prestwick.

SIGHTSEEING: Glasgow, a reinvented industrial center in western Scotland, has solidified its reputation as a cultural hub. Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the first names to know; he was a prodigious architect, interior designer and artist, and the city has a wealth of his work. Stop by his Willow Tea Rooms for a cup of tea and a scone. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum whose blue and gold inlaid ceiling, Art Deco hanging lamps and marble floors are sufficient reason to visit, let alone the impressive art collection that includes Salvador Dal's controversial 'Christ of St John of the Cross'. Glasgow has an abundance of excellent seafood dining. The Crabshakk is perfect for daily catches including ruby red langoustines. The oyster bar at Rogano in Exchange Square is where power brokers celebrate deals with a glass of Champagne and a dozen oysters in a space designed to look like a 1930s Art Deco cruise liner. At the Pot Still, an institution that dates from 1857, choose from over 450 malt whiskies like Lagavulin or Arran.

Enjoy Glasgow on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide - Glasgow

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 11, SATURDAY: AT SEA

Today it’s time to relax and reset. Make your reservations early for The Sanctum Spa, a world-class wellness facility offering a full range of health, beauty and restorative treatments. Complimentary fitness and nutrition classes are available along with a fully equipped gym on Deck 9 offering magnificent sea views. There’s room for everyone on the Pool Deck both in and out of the sun. Service to your lounge chair is available from The Pool Bar where the attentive staff is always ready to offer an inclusive cocktail, beer, bottled water, soft drink or fresh towel. The Patio restaurant serves casual fare during the day then completely transforms itself into a sit-down al fresco dining experience at night with table linens and candles. Elegant specialty dining is available for beef at Prime C and Italian at Aqualina. Windows Café serves casual buffet dining with every imaginable choice indoors and out at the sensational Sunset Bar.

What a way to spend a day!

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 12, SUNDAY: KIRKWALL, SCOTLAND (7:30AM / 8:00PM)

The 70 islands of Orkney are low lying, a pleasing, gently rolling panorama of fertile fields, heather cloaked moors, and lakes. The red sandstone walls of the imposing St. Magnus Cathedral dominate Kirkwall, the main town, capital, and hub for roads linking east and west. In summer whales and dolphins sport in coastal waters, and tens of thousands of breeding seabirds congregate on sharp seaside cliffs. The early arrival of mankind on this scene can be investigated at Skara Brae, an amazingly well-preserved Neolithic village that was inhabited and already abandoned more than 5,000 years ago.

Enjoy Kirkwall on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide - Kirkwall

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 13, MONDAY: INVERGORDON, SCOTLAND (7:30AM / 8:00PM)

Today play Castle Stuart Golf Links. The one of newest addition to the links courses of Scotland. Castle Stuart runs along the shores of the Moray Firth to the east of Inverness with wonderful views over to the Black Isle. Six holes hug the shoreline while the remaining holes are played over a terraced slope so views out to sea are ever present. Already included in the World's Top 100.

Today play Royal Dornoch. The curving bay of the Dornoch Firth and its magnificent white broad beaches are backed by a narrow strip of softly contoured dune land rising in two distinctive levels, providing just enough room for parallel fairways. The ridges, hillocks, dunes and undulating links land have all the characters of the best of links courses, and most of the difficulties. Old Tom Morris was the architect responsible for extending the original 9 holes layout to 18 holes in 1886. He introduced the plateau greens which are the soul of the course, their uniqueness lies in their size and their inverted saucer shapes.

SIGHTSEEING: Invergordon is the deep-water port for Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands and your gateway to an area of the Highlands known as the “Great Glen.” Travel 20 miles north to the picturesque town of Dornoch to see its sandstone buildings, beautiful domestic gardens and tiny 13th Century cathedral. Ten miles further you’ll find the fairy-tale ancestral home of the Clan Sutherland – Dunrobin Castle – one of the oldest inhabited houses in Scotland, dating back to the 13th century. The stunning formal gardens which run down to the sea are based on those at Versailles and were laid out in the 1850s. Daily displays of the ancient sport of falconry take place in the gardens. Less than an hour south is magnificent Cawdor Castle, the setting for setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The 14th century home of the Thanes of Cawdor is considered one of the most romantic stately homes in the Highlands with its fine collection of rare tapestries, portraits and furniture plus lovely gardens and grounds.

Enjoy Invergordon on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide – Invergordon

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 14, TUESDAY: DUNDEE, SCOTLAND (9:00AM / 9:00PM)

SANDY LYLE: Today play Kingsbarns Golf Links. Its sandy, linksland soils are the basis for this heritage, and produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast-and-firm playing surfaces that characterize links golf. Designed by Kyle Phillips and opened anew in 2000, its rebirth has been shared with golfers from near and far with outstanding reviews. The links features spacious rolling fairways, large greens, and exceptional sea views on every hole. A challenging yet enjoyable champion-standard traditional Scottish links course.

GREG NORMAN: Today play Carnoustie, home of The 2018 Open. While the links is relatively flat it is exposed to the elements. A combination of length and accuracy are required as golfers face narrow corridors from the tee. Approach shots demand precision to the greens heavily guarded by steep bunkers and burns. Arguably the toughest finishing holes in championship golf, errant shots are severely penalized. Ben Hogan won The Open at Carnoustie in his lone appearance, in 1953. Tom Watson and Gary Player also hoisted the Claret Jug here.

SIGHTSEEING: Once most famous for its industrial character, Dundee has evolved into a vibrant art, design, music and theatre scene. It’s the UK’s first designated UNESCO City of Design and now has the first design museum outside of London. The new V&A Museum of Design is housed in a world-class building at the heart of the newly transformed waterfront. Visit and learn the story of Scotland's outstanding design heritage. McManus is Dundee’s major museum, but don’t miss the Dundee Contemporary Arts. A focal point for the arts and design crowd, the building serves as a design shop, hip café, gallery and arts cinema. Just as must-see is the Dundee Science Centre (formerly known as Sensation), a museum devoted to the senses: slide through a cut-away head on a pink tongue, before exiting through a nostril. Sensational, indeed. Down by the waterfront you can explore the Royal Research Ship Discovery, launched in 1901 to explore the South Pole. In the evening the west side of Perth offers great bars and a wonderful view over Britain’s most powerful river, the Tay. Find a bench with a pint of Deuchars IPA and watch the river go by.

Enjoy Dundee on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide – Dundee

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 15, WEDNESDAY: EDINBURGH (LEITH), SCOTLAND (11:00AM / IN PORT)

Edinburgh - the inspiring capital of Scotland - is a historic, cosmopolitan and cultured city. The setting is striking; a city perched on a series of extinct volcanoes and rocky crags which rise from the generally flat landscape of the Lothians with the sheltered shoreline of the Firth of Forth to the north. Edinburgh Castle dominates the city-center and from its ramparts you can look down on medieval lanes that hold over a thousand years of history, mystery and tradition. You will also see a modern, dynamic capital where international festivals attract the world's leading performers, galleries display cutting-edge art, and bars, restaurants and clubs create a lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere with a distinctly Scottish twist. No visit to Edinburgh would be complete without a walk up the Royal Mile, which stretches from the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's official residence in Scotland, to Edinburgh Castle. The route is lined with tourist shops and pubs but be sure to explore the narrow alleys called closes that lead off the Royal Mile.

Enjoy Edinburgh on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Port Explorer Guide - Edinburgh

Overnight: In Port – Edinburgh (Leith), Scotland

JULY 16, THURSDAY: EDINBURGH (LEITH), SCOTLAND (IN PORT / 11:00PM)

SANDY LYLE: Today play the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles Hotel. This highly acclaimed modern classic of Jack Nicklaus design was host venue to the 2014 Ryder Cup. The course is set in a most spectacular location in the rolling Perthshire hills and affords wonderful views of the Grampian Mountains and the surrounding countryside. Note: Golf cart venue.

GREG NORMAN: Today play the Kings Course at Gleneagles Hotel which opened in 1919 and is a shot maker’s paradise. Renowned architect and five-time Open champion James Braid intended to test every facet of a golfer’s skill set. With springy moorland turf underfoot in an idyllic setting featuring rock faced mountains to the north, lush green hills to the south and the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich on the western horizon, the scenery is incomparable. The 5th hole, Het Girdle (Hot Pan) is a fantastic par-3 loaded with trouble until your shot safely reaches the green.

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 17, FRIDAY: AT SEA

Enjoy another relaxing day at sea on Azamara Pursuit.

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 18, SATURDAY: DOVER, ENGLAND (6:00AM / IN PORT)

SIGHTSEEING: Known best for its stunning White Cliffs, located only a short drive from town, Dover is located in Kent County in southeastern England. Tour the Dover Castle - the largest in England - and its medieval underground works created in the 11th century. St. Augustine’s Abbey is a Benedictine monastery founded in the sixth century and in use until dissolution under English Reformation in 1598. South Foreland Lighthouse, out of service since 1988, began using an electric light in 1859, making it the first lighthouse to do so. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the serene waterfront and a tasty meal featuring local flavor at The Allotment, overlooking the water.

Overnight: In Port – Dover, England

JULY 19, SUNDAY: DOVER, ENGLAND (IN PORT / 8:30PM)

Another day to enjoy all that Dover and Canterbury have to offer.

Enjoy Dover on your own or via Azamara Shore Excursions®.

Overnight: At Sea

JULY 20, MONDAY: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND (7:00AM / DISEMBARK AT 9:00AM)

Disembark Azamara Pursuit at 9:00AM.


GOLF COURSES BY FLIGHT*

Sandy Lyle Flight

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Ireland
The K Club
Royal County Down
Scotland
The Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry
Castle Stuart
 
Kingsbarns
PGA Centenary Gleneagles

Greg Norman Flight

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Ireland
Portmarnock
Royal Portrush
Scotland
Prestwick
Royal Dornoch
 
Carnoustie
King’s Course Gleneagles

*About our FLIGHT NAMES, selected in honor of two great Open Champions

SANDY LYLE FLIGHT
Alexander Walter Barr "Sandy" Lyle, MBE is a Scottish professional golfer, who won The 114th Open at Royal St. George’s and made a thrilling birdie on the 72nd hole to win the 1988 Masters by one shot. A member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, he spent 167 weeks in the top 10 in the late 1980s and was a fixture on successful European Ryder Cup teams of the era. Altogether, Lyle won 18 tournaments on the European Tour and 30 professional tournaments worldwide.

GREG NORMAN FLIGHT
Despite a late introduction to the sport in his native Australia, Greg Norman became a dominant golfer in the professional game in the 1980s and 1990s, The 115th Open at Turnberry in 1986 and The 122nd Open at Royal St. George’s in 1993. “The Great White Shark” spent 331 weeks as the world’s No. 1 golfer and earned 91 international professional victories. He finished runner-up eight times in major championships. In addition, he’s an extremely successful entrepreneur and philanthropist.

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K CLUB - RYDER CUP COURSE: STRAFFAN, IRELAND K CLUB - RYDER CUP COURSE: STRAFFAN, IRELAND

The familiar host of the 2006 Ryder Cup sits amid 550 acres of mature woodland west of Dublin City. There are 14 lakes on the property and water hazards abound on this well-manicured design, considered one of the finest parkland courses in Ireland. It features large greens with severe slopes and it's only fitting that Palmer's favorite hole was No. 4, a risk-reward par 5 where overhanging trees guard the right side and the green entices golfers to take a swing.

PORTMARNOCK HOTEL & GOLF LINKS: DUBLIN, IRELAND PORTMARNOCK HOTEL & GOLF LINKS: DUBLIN, IRELAND

This challenging traditional links course provides outstanding views over Howth and the Irish Sea. The first five holes at Portmarnock Links play away from the sea provide a gentle start, but then the course comes alive as the holes make their way through the dunes back towards the sea. The back nine provides a series of visually stunning links holes loaded with deep bunkers, featuring steep faces giving the course a traditional look while incorporating modern architectural techniques.

ROYAL COUNTY DOWN GOLF CLUB: NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND ROYAL COUNTY DOWN GOLF CLUB: NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

Situated in the shadows of the Mourne mountains. A spectacular location and an outstanding links golf course. It's charm lies in the old fashioned flavour of both the terrain and the layout. A mix of rugged dunes, coloured by a blend of purple heather and yellow flowering gorse combine to a dramatic effect on what is one of the toughest courses in the British Isles. Venue for the Walker Cup in 2007 and consistently ranked in the top 10 courses in the world.

ROYAL PORTRUSH - DUNLUCE COURSE: PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND ROYAL PORTRUSH - DUNLUCE COURSE: PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND

An outstanding course in a dramatic setting. It holds the distinction of being the only course to have ever hosted The Open outside of Scotland and England which it did in 1951 and will again in 2019. The Dunluce Course is as fine a links as you will find anywhere, with the 5th being a particularly memorable hole to a green hanging on the edge of a cliff. Consistently ranked in the top 20 of the world's best courses, nearly every legend of golf has taken on the challenge of Royal Portrush.

TRUMP TURNBERRY - AILSA COURSE: TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND TRUMP TURNBERRY - AILSA COURSE: TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND

The Ailsa underwent a significant renovation and opened as a new layout in June 2016. Lying on a spectacular curve of rockbound coast in the southern reaches of Ayrshire.The course now makes the most of the coastal scenery especially from the 4th through the 11th passing the famous landmark lighthouse at the turn, which is now a stunning halfway house. This is a demanding links course, and an ever present wind will make for a tough examination of your golfing skills.

PRESTWICK GOLF CLUB: PRESTWICK, SCOTLAND PRESTWICK GOLF CLUB: PRESTWICK, SCOTLAND

It was here in 1860 where The Open was first played with just a handful of participants. This links can produce some awkward stances on undulating fairways. Typical of the original golfing terrain, Prestwick provides a taste of golf as it was played long ago. The 11th Hole "Carrick" is a fierce par-3, measuring 213 yards from the championship tees with the Firth of Clyde to the golfer's right and a strong crosswind often howling across a well-bunkered green.

ROYAL DORNOCH GOLF CLUB: DORNOCH, SCOTLAND ROYAL DORNOCH GOLF CLUB: DORNOCH, SCOTLAND

The curving bay of the Dornoch Firth and its magnificent white broad beaches are backed by a narrow strip of softly contoured dune land rising in two distinctive levels, providing just enough room for parallel fairways. The ridges, hillocks, dunes and undulating links land have all the characters of the best of links courses, and most of the difficulties. Old Tom Morris was the architect responsible for extending the original 9 holes layout to 18 holes in 1886. He introduced the plateau greens which are the soul of the course, their uniqueness lies in their size and their inverted saucer shapes.

CASTLE STUART GOLF LINKS: INVERNESS, SCOTLAND CASTLE STUART GOLF LINKS: INVERNESS, SCOTLAND

An outstanding addition to the links courses of Scotland. Set along the shores of the Moray Firth to east of Inverness with wonderful views over to the Black Isle, Kessock Bridge and Chanonry Lighthouse. Six holes hug the shoreline while the remaining holes are played over a terraced slope, delivering ever present views out to the rolling seas. A true links course in every sense with revetted natural bunkers and rumpled fairways. A regular host course for the Scottish Open.

GLENEAGLES PGA CENTENARY COURSE: PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND GLENEAGLES PGA CENTENARY COURSE: PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND

This highly acclaimed Jack Nicklaus design is a fine test of championship golf. A modern layout featuring many strategic bunkers and vast putting surfaces with severe undulations from front-to-back and side-to-side. The course can stretch to over 7,088 yards from the tips and affords wonderful views of the Grampian Mountains and the Perthshire countryshire. The course was the host site for the 2014 Ryder Cup, as it returned to Scotland.


CARNOUSTIE GOLF LINKS: CARNOUSTIE, SCOTLAND CARNOUSTIE GOLF LINKS: CARNOUSTIE, SCOTLAND

While the links is relatively flat it is exposed to the elements. A combination of length and accuracy are required as golfers face narrow corridors from the tee. Approach shots demand precision to the greens heavily guarded by steep bunkers and burns. Arguably the toughest finishing holes in championship golf, errant shots are severely penalized. Ben Hogan won The 82nd Open at Carnoustie in his lone appearance, in 1953. Tom Watson and Gary Player also hoisted the Claret Jug here.

KINGSBARNS GOLF LINKS: ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND KINGSBARNS GOLF LINKS: ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND

Kingsbarns Golf Links has historical origins date back to 1793. Its sandy, linksland soils are the basis for this heritage, and produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast-and-firm playing surfaces that characterise links golf. Designed by Kyle Phillips and opened anew in 2000, its rebirth has been shared with golfers from near and far with outstanding reviews. The links features spacious rolling fairways, large greens, and exceptional sea views on every hole. A challenging yet enjoyable champion-standard traditional Scottish links course.

GLENEAGLES - KINGS COURSE: PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND GLENEAGLES - KINGS COURSE: PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND

The King's Course was the inspiration of James Braid, five-time winner of The Open. It opened in 1919, representing the finest 'classical' golf course design. It is certainly one of the most beautiful and exhilarating places to play golf in the world. With the sweeping views from the tees all around, the rock-faced mountains to the north and the green hills to the south, and the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich on the western horizon.


GOLF COURSES BY FLIGHT*

Sandy Lyle Flight

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Ireland
The K Club
Royal County Down
Scotland
The Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry
Castle Stuart
 
Kingsbarns
PGA Centenary Gleneagles

Greg Norman Flight

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Ireland
Portmarnock
Royal Portrush
Scotland
Prestwick
Royal Dornoch
 
Carnoustie
King’s Course Gleneagles

*About our FLIGHT NAMES, selected in honor of two great Open Champions

SANDY LYLE FLIGHT
Alexander Walter Barr "Sandy" Lyle, MBE is a Scottish professional golfer, who won The 114th Open at Royal St. George’s and made a thrilling birdie on the 72nd hole to win the 1988 Masters by one shot. A member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, he spent 167 weeks in the top 10 in the late 1980s and was a fixture on successful European Ryder Cup teams of the era. Altogether, Lyle won 18 tournaments on the European Tour and 30 professional tournaments worldwide.

GREG NORMAN FLIGHT
Despite a late introduction to the sport in his native Australia, Greg Norman became a dominant golfer in the professional game in the 1980s and 1990s, The 115th Open at Turnberry in 1986 and The 122nd Open at Royal St. George’s in 1993. “The Great White Shark” spent 331 weeks as the world’s No. 1 golfer and earned 91 international professional victories. He finished runner-up eight times in major championships. In addition, he’s an extremely successful entrepreneur and philanthropist.

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Azamara Quest, Journey and Pursuit

700 Guests | 410 Crew | 46 Suites

Azamara Cruises reinvented itself as Azamara® in 2007 with the launch of sister ships Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. A third vessel, Azamara Pursuit, made her maiden voyage in August of 2018 after an extensive four-month refurbishment in Belfast.  All three are nearly identical 700-guest ocean cruisers delivering President and CEO Larry Pimentel’s vision to offer a boutique cruise experience with fine dining, entertainment and country club-like ambience. The Azamara experience is built on four key pillars: destination immersion, extraordinary service, fine cuisine and wine, and wellness and vitality. Few cruise lines offer more overnight stays or as many last night departures so that you may experience each destination to its fullest.



Ship Facts

These three cruisers, with accommodations for 700-guests, offer a sophisticated, yet relaxing atmosphere. Guests will enjoy more inclusive amenities such as included gratuities for housekeeping, dining and bar staff; Spa and Wellness Center; complimentary bottled water and sodas, specialty coffee and teas, as well as complimentary boutique red and white wines to accompany luncheon and dinner; English Butler service for suite guests.


AZAMARA JOURNEY
Launched May 05, 2007
Refurbished March 2016

AZAMARA QUEST
Launched October 19, 2007
Refurbished April 2016

AZAMARA PURSUIT
Launched February 19, 2008
Refurbishment TBD


  Registry: Malta
Built: Nazaire, France
Occupancy: 700
Tonnage: 30,277
Length: 593 ft
Beam: 95 ft
Draught: 19.85 ft
Cruise Speed: 18.5 kts
International Staff and Crew 410
Total Staterooms: 347
Suites: 46


Suites and Staterooms

Welcome to your vacation home with ocean views, sea breezes, and all the style and amenities of a boutique hotel. Relax with plush cotton robes and slippers, French bath products, fresh flowers, and 24-hour room service. Our goal is to make you comfortable so you can spend more time on important things. Like exploring the world.

Suites on an Azamara voyage. There are forty-six total:  Club World Owner’s (6), Club Ocean (4), Club Continent (34) and the Club Spa suite (2). Our suite guests receive a variety of exclusive benefits in addition to comfortable, spacious accommodations. We take care of all the details, so you can focus on experiencing the world.

Staying in a suite is like staying in your own vacation home complete with ocean views, sea breezes, and butler service. Relax with plush cotton robes and slippers, French bath products, fresh flowers, and fine linens. Open the sliding glass doors to your private veranda, perfect for reading, al fresco dining, or stargazing. Enjoy a drink from complimentary bottles of specialty spirits, mixers included. And should you need anything, your English-trained butler is never more than a call away, ready to assist with restaurant and spa reservations, private parties, dinners for two, and much more.

Suite Amenities

All Stateroom amenities
English-style Butler Service
Priority check-in and departure
En-suite dining

En-suite spa service (optional)
En-suite afternoon tea service
Complimentary wine, vodka and Whisky
Seating in specialty restaurants

Stateroom Amenities

Egyptian cotton bed linen and duvet
Terrycloth bathrobes and slippers
24-hour room service
Turndown treats
Flat-panel television
Refrigerator with mini-bar

Desk and Telephone
Thermostat-controlled air conditioning
In-room safe
Hairdryer
Complimentary welcome fruit basket and fresh-cut flowers
Shoe shining service

Dining

Azamara Dining
Discoveries (Main restaurant)
Windows Café casual buffet (Daytime)
Windows Café and Sunset Bar casual
    alfresco dinner and cocktails
Prime C Steakhouse and Wine Cellar
Aqualina - Mediterranean Flavors
Pool Grill

Health, Beauty and Vitality

Azamara Health, Beauty and Vitality Fitness Center and Spa
Thalassotherapy Pool
Acupuncture at Sea
Salon Main Pool with Jacuzzi

Entertainment and Lounges

Azamara Entertainment and Lounges Cabaret Lounge
Club Looking Glass Lounge and Late Night Spot
Discoveries Lounge
The Drawing Room / Library
Mosaic Café Coffee Bar
eConnections Computer Lounge

Shoppes

Azamara Shoppes Indulgences
La Boutique
Photo Shop
The Journey Shop / The Quest Shop

Additional Onboard Amenities

Azamara Amenities Guest Laundry Facility
Table Tennis
Shuffle Board
Medical Facility
Sales & Club Desk
Land Discoveries Desk

<K Club - The Palmer North Course

Located 17 miles from Dublin city center, this 550-acre, 5-star golf resort has no equal in Ireland.  Arnold Palmer designed both 18-hole courses, this one the North Course opened in 1991 and served as host for the 2006 Ryder Cup. It has also been the site for multiple European Open championships.  It is a difficult golf course. There are 14 lakes on this meticulously manicured parkland layout with large, quick and severely sloped greens.  True to form, Palmer’s favorite hole was No. 4, a risk-reward par 5 where overhanging trees guard the right side and the green entices golfers to take a swing.

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<Portmarnock

Portmarnock Golf Club is the undisputed leading links in Dublin, found only 10 miles from the airport.  It is also recognized as one of the finest in the world regularly listed among the top 50.  The Irish Open has played here nearly 20 times along with the Walker Cup, the Irish Amateur Close Championship and the British Amateur Championship.   Found on 500 acres of a sandy peninsula facing the Irish Sea, the club opened in 1894 with nine holes before nine more were added two years later forming the championship layout played today. The site is fairly flat without dramatic dunes which produces a predictable golf course where nothing is manmade. This along with consistently true greens has endeared the course to many over the years.

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Portmarnock Golf Club, Ireland by LINKS Magazine

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<Royal County Down

Situated in the shadows of the Mourne mountains. A spectacular location and an outstanding links golf course. Royal County Down’s charm lies in the old-fashioned flavor of both the terrain and the layout. A mix of rugged dunes, colored by a blend of purple heather and yellow flowering gorse combine to a dramatic effect on what is one of the toughest courses in the British Isles. Venue for the Walker Cup in 2007 and consistently ranked in the top 5 courses in the world.

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<Royal Portrush - Dunluce

An outstanding course in a dramatic setting. Royal Portrush holds the distinction of being the only course in Ireland to have hosted The Open, first doing so in 1951, then again when the championship returned in 2019. The Dunluce Course is as fine a links as you will find anywhere, with the 5th being a particularly memorable hole to a green hanging on the edge of a cliff. Consistently ranked in the top 20 of the world's best courses, nearly every legend of golf has accepted the challenge of Royal Portrush.

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<Trump Turnberry - Ailsa Course

You can’t rush perfection, Turnberry’s Ailsa Course is proof.  It was established in 1902, modified in 1906, modified again in 1909, redesigned in 1938 then nearly disappeared after the Second World War when it was converted into an airbase with several holes flattened into concrete runways. It was restored and reopened in 1951 as one of Scotland’s finest links to the extent it hosted The Open for the first time in 1977 when Tom Watson’s 65-65 weekend beat Jack Nicklaus’ 65-66.  MacKenzie & Ebert made extensive alterations before The Open in 2009 then Ebert returned for a major update in 2015.  The result is spectacular, particularly but by no means limited to holes 9-11 that play across and along the bay atop rock outcrops on the left; dunes, pot bunkers and high fescue on the right.  The club’s famous lighthouse includes an incredible two-bedroom suite and one of the most memorable halfway houses in golf.

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<Prestwick

Only the Old Course has hosted The Open more often than Prestwick, the last of 24 played here was in 1925. Eleven of the first twelve Opens were played on Old Tom Morris’ twelve-hole layout beginning in 1860.  Six holes were added in 1883.  One of the club’s great strengths is variety.  There are blind shots.  Uphill holes and those that play downhill and sidehill. Greens in hollows and plateau greens.  Driveable par fours and those you’ll be delighted to reach in two.  Perhaps most famous is “Alps” the 394-yard 17th.  The narrow fairway runs straight up a steep sandhill which hides a generous green guarded in front by the notorious “Sahara” bunker framed with revetted sod and railroad ties interrupted only by wooden steps to allow you in and out.

WEBCAST - A Greenside Chat: "The Story of the First Club to Host The Open" ~ Prestwick Golf Club

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<Royal Dornoch

An hour north of Inverness, along a crescent shaped stretch of the Dornoch Firth is a narrow strip of softly contoured dune land rising on two distinctive levels, providing just enough room for fairways framed by heather and gorse. It is here where Royal Dornoch was founded in 1877.  Old Tom Morris extended the layout to 18 holes in 1886 which has been modified over the years to produce a layout consistently ranked today among the world’s top 20.  MacKenzie & Ebert improved four holes and built a new 7th.  The club was Donald Ross’ famous inspiration for raised, domed greens.

WEBCAST - A Greenside Chat: "The Story of Royal Dornoch" ~ Neil Hampton

Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Scotland by LINKS Magazine

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<Castle Stuart

Once Kingsbarns opened, developer Mark Parsinen began his search for an encore.  He found it in the Highlands overlooking the Moray Firth less than ten miles from Inverness where he and Gil Hanse fashioned another modern links classic.  The first three holes on each nine run away from the clubhouse and along the water. The remaining six on each side play on top of the escarpment offering spectacular views on your way back to the exceptional clubhouse.  Castle Stuart is a true links course in every sense with revetted natural bunkers, waste bunkers, rumpled fairways and run-up greens.  This three-time host to the Scottish Open complements any visit to the Highlands.

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<Gleneagles - PGA Centenary Course

This highly acclaimed Jack Nicklaus design is a fine test of championship golf. It is a modern layout featuring many strategic bunkers and vast putting surfaces with severe undulations from front-to-back and side-to-side. The key here is to avoid coming up short.  The course can stretch to nearly 7,300 yards from the tips and affords wonderful views of the Grampian Mountains and the Perthshire countryside. PGA Centenary was the host site for the 2014 Ryder Cup, as it returned to Scotland for the first time in 41 years.  It hosted the Solheim Cup in 2019.

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<Carnoustie

The first record of golf played on this links land dates to 1527.  In 1842, a 10-hole course was designed by Alan Robertson followed by an 18-hole course by Old Tom Morris in 1857.  James Braid extended the layout in 1926 which is essentially the links found today. While it is relatively flat, Carnoustie is exposed to the elements. A combination of length and accuracy are required as golfers face narrow corridors from the tee while approach shots demand precision to greens heavily guarded by steep bunkers and burns. Arguably the toughest finishing holes in championship golf are found here highlighted by the par-4, 476 yard 14th and the 245 yard par-3 16th. Ben Hogan won The 82nd Open at Carnoustie in 1953. Tom Watson and Gary Player also hoisted the Claret Jug here as has Padraig Harrington and most recently Francesco Molinari in 2018. 

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<Kingsbarns

Golf dates to a nine-hole layout here in 1793.  It was commandeered by the military during the Second World War not to reappear until Kyle Phillips took an interest in the late 1990s. His design ushered in the era of “modern classics” when it opened in 2000 looking like it had been there for years.  The terrain is links style perfection with tumbling fairways and sandy soil that produce the fine-bladed fescues which are the cornerstone of fast-and-firm playing surfaces that characterise links golf.  The fairways are spacious, the greens are large, exceptional views of the North Sea are found on every hole.

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<Gleneagles - Kings Course

The King's Course at Gleneagles was the inspiration of James Braid, five-time winner of The Open. It opened in 1919, representing the finest 'classical' golf course design. In 1921 the course hosted the inaugural, albeit informal Ryder Cup between Great Britain and the United States.  It is certainly one of the most beautiful places in the world to play golf with.  sweeping views of the rock-faced mountains to the north and the green hills to the south, plus the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich on the western horizon. The King’s Course has hosted an impressive list of important events ranging from the 100th Scottish PGA Championship to the Curtis Cup and Scottish Open.

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Golf and Cruise Pricing Per Person


Our prices are provided as Golf Package and Cruise Fare so that your choices for suites and staterooms are clear. The total cost is the combination of both plus applicable taxes.

The cruise fare is dynamic and may change until booked and locked in, but you are assured of the best available selection of suites and staterooms and the very best available rates which exist at any point in time. Cruise fares below are the current "from" prices, supplements apply for prime locations within each main category. Your PerryGolf golf travel specialist will assist in selecting the best suite or stateroom for you, and will be pleased to book and confirm both your cruise and your golf package.



  Club Interior Stateroom Club Oceanview Stateroom Club Veranda Stateroom Club Continent Suite Club Spa Suite Club Ocean Suite Owners Suite
Golf Package $4,995 $4,995 $4,995 $4,995 $4,995 $4,995 $4,995
Cruise Fare $4,999 $5,399 $10,399 $17,499 $18,049 $19,349 $20,549

Cruise fares are the published gross prices (exclusive of any port taxes & fees), and where special promotions may be in force, any relevant discounts will be taken from these prices at the time of booking.

Deposits Per Person: Golf Package $1,250; Staterooms $550 / Suites $1,100
Payment & Cancellation Terms per Reservation Form
Lock in Early for the Best Suites & Staterooms at the Best Price
The Cancellation Fee Is Only $125 Per Person Until 12 Months Out
Prices Exclude Port Taxes and Fees of $458 Per Person

IMPORTANT : Please review the PerryGolf Travel Insurance.



Cruise & Golf Package Inclusions

Cruise

  • Accommodation in the suite or stateroom of your choice
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner whilst on board served at your leisure in an open seating format in a choice of restaurant
  • An option to dine, at a modest supplement in either of the ship’s two speciality restaurants, The Prime C Restaurant and the Aqualina Mediterranean Restaurant (complimentary for suite guests)
  • Selected boutique red, white, rosé and sparkling wines by the glass with lunch and dinner
  • Bottled water, soda, specialty coffees and teas throughout the day
  • Select standard spirits, beers and wines at all ship bars during regular bar hours
  • Gratuities for housekeeping, dining and bar staff
  • Shuttle service to and from port communities where available
  • English-trained butlers for suite guests
  • Complimentary self-service laundry
  • AzAmazing EveningsSM event
  • Concierge services for personal guidance and reservations

Not Included

Drinks & any meals off ship | Personal expenses onboard | Arrival/departure airport/ship transfers | Any non-golf shore excursions


Golf Package

  • Green fees and starting times for number of rounds as indicated
  • Caddie fees throughout excluding gratuity OR shared golf cart (as identified on itinerary)
  • All transfers to and from the scheduled golf courses in luxury air conditioned motorcoaches
  • Practice range golf balls where available
  • Welcome & Farewell onboard Cocktail parties with hors d'oeuvres
  • Box lunch at each golf course with open bar for select standard beers, wines and spirits
  • 'Golfers Social' gatherings onboard where scheduling permits
  • Casual tournament format with awards on one day
  • Management and handling of golf equipment by dedicated PerryGolf team, transporting equipment by truck on road and ferry, to all golf venues, for duration of voyage
  • All gratuities for golf related staff including drivers & golf bag handling staff (excludes caddies)
  • Full time PerryGolf program management team onboard and onsite at each golf venue

Important Information

Golf Handicap Limit: The golf courses we play around the world offer varying challenges. Players often require to be of a certain standard to properly and fully experience them in the company of likeminded fellow golfers. We therefore set a maximum permitted golf handicap to participate on our tours and cruises; The maximums are 28 for men and 36 for ladies.

Golf Courses: The included list may be subject to change in the event of any club accepting any conflicting national or international event, or for any other reason. Should such a situation occur, PerryGolf will endeavour to book a course of comparable standard, and all booked guests would be notified of the change and replacement venue at the earliest opportunity.

Transfers: No transfers are included to or from the ship at arrival/departure airports.

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