The line draws from the typical cruise demographic, roughly ages 45 and up. The relatively long and unusual itineraries and the quiet onboard atmosphere appeal to a more cultured, accomplished crowd, while the higher-than-mass-market prices and the length of the itineraries favor retirees. The majority of passengers on Caribbean, Mexico, and Panama Canal sailings are Americans, along with a smattering from Canada, Europe, Asia, and South America.
The lack of children's programming limits the number of families with kids who book this line, while the stringent smoking regulations mean few smokers sail Azamara. (Smoking is prohibited everywhere on board except in the aft port-side section of the Looking Glass Lounge and in the starboard forward section of the Pool Deck.)
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