“P&O Azura”
Cruise review of P&O Azura

Michael Azura 4 P&O Azura
Michael
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The P&O Azura is a massive ship with 3 thousand + passengers on board, at times was over crowded, getting round the ship was no easy affair, many people simply got lost trying to find where they wanted to go, the formal evenings were nothing special only for the pestering of photography staff.

The food was good, room clean and well presented, entertainment-poor except for

The 3 comedians, their resident dance group were energetic but vocals poor.

The itinerary was changed twice before we boarded the ship, many people were not happy that P&O had taken off at the last minute Aruba and going to ST Vincent was a waste in my view, nothing there.

The biggest talking point was the massive variance in pricing and last minute

Booking, example; balcony suite, from £800.00 pp to £2100.00 pp

There was no shade on the upper decks, all in all we enjoyed the cruise but would chose a smaller ship in future.

Azura Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean
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Published 12/14/10
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