Azamara launches ‘Work & Wander’ program for digital nomads

Azamara is allowing professionals to seamlessly blend work and immersive travel with Starlink, office equipment, and dedicated IT support.

Azamara, the small-ship cruise line renowned for Destination Immersion and Extended Destination Days, launches ‘Work & Wander’, a program designed for business professionals looking to combine work with exploration.

With Starlink’s high-speed internet, office equipment, and dedicated IT support, guests will have everything they need to work onboard, and Extended Destination Days, including late nights and overnights, that allow ample time to roam the world.

“We are excited to introduce our ‘Work & Wander’ package, giving professionals the opportunity to take their work with them as they set sail.” said Carol Cabezas, president of Azamara. “Our guests already consider our ships to be a home away from home, and now our ships can be their floating office too, as we bring them to some of the most captivating destinations around the world.”

With this package including Starlink high-speed internet and access to office equipment such as monitors, mice, keyboards, and adapters, guests can stay connected with colleagues, attend virtual meetings, and maintain their professional commitments at sea. Azamara’s Guest Relations Desk is just a visit away to assist with everything from printing needs to technical questions, ensuring a smooth remote work experience.

Azamara also offers Extended Destination Days with 10 or more hours in port, allowing guests to balance work and immersive travel experiences, whether you are exploring the natural attractions of Madeira, Portugal or enjoying a night at the Opera House in Sydney, Australia. Like-minded professionals can connect with each other through curated onboard gatherings and happy hours, fostering invaluable networking opportunities.

Contact us for additional information and to book one of Azamara’s ‘Work & Wander’ sailings.

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