If you have a few extra bucks burning in your pocket and the need to work on your golf game, this cruise may just be the thing for you. The 2023 European Golf Cruise Medley on the luxury cruise liner Azamara includes 72 holes of PGA Tour competition as well as 72 days at sea on a golf cruise that starts at $107,000 per twosome.
Azamara invites you to uncover a world of destinations at a more relaxed pace, giving you time to appreciate the landscapes, culture, and people, by day and night. It's a richer, more immersive travel experience, where you can rediscover the joy of discovery.
This blowout excursion is aimed at an upscale market brimming with pandemic-induced, pent-up demand. Get your golf on The Golf Cruise Medley will stop at 47 ports in 11 countries in Northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula over the span of 72 days.
It features 29 rounds at all-star courses, including Royal County Down, Royal Dornoch, Kingsbarns and Royal Portrush. Twenty courses that rank among the top 20 in their respective countries are also on the itinerary, including Lofoten Links, in Norway, and Oitavos Dunes, in Portugal.
The perfect golf holiday The cruise will also offer first-rate sightseeing, and include weekend attendance at the 151st British Open at Royal Liverpool, for those on board for the British Isles portion of the voyage. Of the many cruises his company operates, this stands alone for the number of back-to-back departures it marries into a single vacation, said “As the world emerges from the pandemic, and people are demonstrating their desire to get out of the house, we felt this to be a timely idea,” says PerryGolf president and co-founder Gordon Dalgleish.
The cruise will begin next year in Copenhagen on July 10 and end in Lisbon on Sept. 19. The price per golfing couple starts at around $107,000.