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“Lovely ship,shame about the passengers!”
Cruise review of P&O Azura

Paula Simmonds
 
 

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Got on aboard the Azura,was amazed how big the ship was,clean and tidy,the room was suffifient,next time would have a balcony.

The staff were absolutly brilliant,so hard working,some people took them for granted!

Always had a smile on their faces,nothing too much trouble,esp in the dining areas,we had our two regular waiters.

The food was excellent,so much choice and you can have as much as you want,the chefs work really hard behind the scenes.

The entertainment was really good too,esp The Healiners,they work really hard and do 3 shows a night,Fudge and TJ had voices that you would expect to see in a west end show,!,we went to the 8.30 showing and found you had to queue to get a good seat! And some people just pushed in front of you! And had their regular seats! No manners at all!

Jane curry was a singer and was really good,and Ricky K was very funny also,didnt think much to the rest of the live entertainment,esp the comedian!

Now for the More people on the ship!

Very miserable,no manners,rude,arrogant,stern faced,if some forced a smile,they would crack their faces!,and considering the majority of the passengers were in their lates 70s they still manged to run and get seats for the next shows! Pathetic!

The ship seems to cater more for the entertainment of older people,what about people between 40- 65?

We spent 5 days at sea,and think it was far too long,would have liked to stop off at more ports.The excursions could have been longer also. Less

Azura Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean


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Sail Date: March 2011
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: Barbados
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Cabin review: Outside Stateroom (Obstructed View)

Published 04/03/11

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Azura Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean

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