Azura Cruise Review by rabrun: MONEY,MONEY,MONEY. P&O....Profit & Overcharging!!!

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rabrun
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MONEY,MONEY,MONEY. P&O....Profit & Overcharging!!!

Sail Date: September 2013
Destination: Mediterranean
Embarkation: Southampton

Food poor. Wine waiters totally out of their league. Entertainment average. Prices extortionate. Insufficient seating in the main theatre and the 'concert' bars. Over 25% of people had to stand and this considering the average age must have 65+!!! Shocking

Cabin with balcony was 'acceptable but only to thanks to the attention of our cabin Steward.

We have cruised for over 25 years and this is by far the MOST MERCENARY ship we have ever been on Prices were ridiculous. They even charged the 'volunteer choir' for their photographs after spending their 'sea time' rehearsing and them performing x2!!!

We were informed by a senior crew member that all of P&O ships had been 'slowed down' to save on fuel. he said that meant it was a 'win, win' for the company as they save on fuel and kept us a sea a lot longer so we spent even more on board!!!

I could go on but not worth it as some folk are happy to pay 'top Dollar' for a very poor cruise!! More

P&O; PROFIT & OVERCHARGING!!!

NEVER AGAIN!!! Less


Published 10/08/13

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Cabin with balcony was 'acceptable but only to thanks to the attention of our cabin Steward.

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