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Sail Date: December 2010
Like about 98% of the passengers on this cruise, we had booked it in April 2009 at a price that you would pay for a cruise of half the duration, and we had upgraded flights. As we had already been on the Ventura and we knew that the Azura ... Read More
Like about 98% of the passengers on this cruise, we had booked it in April 2009 at a price that you would pay for a cruise of half the duration, and we had upgraded flights. As we had already been on the Ventura and we knew that the Azura was very similar in layout, we had no misgivings about what we were in for regarding the size and style of the ship and we were looking forward to the cruise immensely, even though we had not previously spent so long on a ship. Our flight from Manchester to Barbados was good and check in to the ship was fine. Our luggage arrived without too much delay. So we had a quick look around the ship, something light to eat and then bed. Our balcony cabin was on B deck, port side. It was virtually the same as that on the Ventura. Tons of storage space and we had 62 coat hangers!!!! Comfy bed and quiet - you could not hear anything from next door or the corridor. Our cabin steward, Moses, efficiently kept the room clean and tidy, serviced twice a day. We hardly ever saw him. The ship was beautifully decorated for Christmas - lots of trees in the public areas and lots of festoons - what a contrast to the previous Christmas on Celebrity when there was one miserable tree in the Atrium, a bit of bunting only on Christmas morning and that was it. For preference, for sunbathing we sat on deck 19 at the back of the ship - nice and quiet. Sunbeds generally were still an issue but not as much as on the Ventura. The ship's blurb says that there are enough beds for all passengers. Yes, this is probably true but if everyone took a bed there would not be enough room for them all on deck. Not everyone wants to sit or lie cheek by jowl with a total stranger. We like some personal space. We were able to achieve this on deck 19. We were freedom dining and never had a problem getting a table straight away as we were always prepared to share a table - this can be a nice way of meeting people. The food in the Meridien varied. What you could say was that the plates were boiling hot. The starters, soup and desserts were probably the best. Mains varied. What really got up my husband's nose was that you were served one roast potato each - OK if you asked you could have more, but isn't this a bit mean? On one occasion someone got 4 chips! We also ate in the speciality restaurants: twice in 17 and twice in Sindhu both of which were superb, twice in the Glasshouse which was excellent and once in the Verona (evening waiter service) which again was excellent. My husband had the sizzling steak in the Verona and said it was superb. We cannot recommend these restaurants highly enough. The Venezia/Verona buffets were what we expected and the food at breakfast was fine. We preferred to go here rather than wait to be served in the sit down breakfast in the Peninsular restaurant. We did not bother much with lunch and tried the Venezia once in the evening for dinner (Thai) and were not impressed. We had afternoon tea in the buffet restaurants - yes on occasion you had to share a table with someone else but we didn't mind. The only problem was the amount you ate - all those calories!!!!!!!! We had good service in all the bars and commented on the large number of staff waiting to take your order. We thought the drinks prices were very fair -for example, £2.75 for a pint of Boddingtons, cocktail of the day £2.50 and around £12 - 15 for a bottle of wine and no 15% extra on the menu price. We liked the Glasshouse for a pre - dinner drink. We like its ambience and the wine and the staff were nice too. The only slight problem was at certain times, a queue would form for people waiting to go into the theatre and then conversely there was a lot of activity with people coming out of the theatre. The entertainment varied as it always does. Some of the acts were excellent and got standing ovations. Others were so-so. We heard that the ship's company, the Headliners were very good but we did not see them as we are not really show people, prefering instead to see the act on in the Manhattan.Tom O'connor was good and he gave extra performances as he could not get off the ship at Grand Cayman due to bad weather. On balance, we thought the entertainment we saw was better than on any of our previous cruises. As previously mentioned this ship is almost a copy of the Ventura but I think the Atrium is different. They had ballroom dancing on the ground floor here but people who did this said it was like performing in a goldfish bowl and it put them off. Yes, it is like a goldfish bowl - like all Atriums!! We never found the gym, the spa or the Retreat and we never used Costa Coffee - why pay extra for something you can get for free on deck 15 or in your cabin??????? We also never sat around the pools and only went there for the sailaway parties or for New Year's Eve. NYE was superb and apparently there were 2,000 people at the party on deck around the Coral Pool. We staggered away about 02.00 and it was still going strong. But the next morning you would never know anything had taken place - all the sunbeds were back in place etc. There were some children on the ship. However, you would never have known. Deck 16 keeps them happy and out of the way!!! The one thing we did see whilst walking past one of the pools was the SeaScreen. Is this of any benefit? One night there were people huddled in towels watching a film - each to his own I suppose. The itinerary was interesting - with ports in Florida, 2 days in New Orleans and the rest in and out of the Caribbean islands. We did 2 ship's trips - one to Kennedy Space Centre which we thougt was excellent and one to the Everglades. In New Orleans we had booked our own steamboat cruise with lunch at a third of the price that the ship was charging. We had also booked an evening meal at a restaurant in the French Quarter and then went on to a jazz pub - Fritzells in Bourbon Street - wonderful. Bad weather stopped the ship from docking in Grand Cayman which was a shame. One of the ports was Montego Bay which is definitly not suitable for a port of call. Really threatening to walk around in the daytime and we were warned on about 4 occasions by local people to be careful. The main topic of conversation during the first week was how did you pack for 7 formal nights, 4 semi formal nights,17 smart casual nights and all your day clothes within 23KG each? With great difficulty is the answer. Consequently the launderettes were probably the most used facility on the ship. There were stories of people being charged for extra luggage at the departure airport - £15 per kilo seemed the going rate, people being told to repack their bags at the airport - whilst others got away with being overweight and did not get charged at all. Of course, coming home, no one bothered with weights of cases as you don't check in. A word of caution - check your onboard account carefully. We had 4 overcharges on ours which were all sorted out but we heard of others who had been overcharged by £100s. Finally, about the moaners on the ship - and there were many. A lot were seasoned cruisers (this was our 7th cruise and we were novices compared with some) who had taken advantage of a really cheap price to get this cruise. Being seasoned P&O cruisers they knew what to expect from P&O but they moaned about everying - the size of the ship (which they knew about before they booked), the food, the service - you name it - it was a cause for a moan. They even moaned about the weather as if it were P&O's fault. If I had heard one more time from someone saying they wished they were on the Oceana or the Oriana - I would have screamed. When we were in St Lucia, the Oceana was also there and your felt like saying to these people - there she is - go and jump ship. So did we have a good time? Yes!! It was superb value for money, we met some nice people and it was relaxing and we were away from the horrible winter weather at home!! Would we go on Azura again? Yes. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2010
Having read reviews about this particular cruise I am amazed at people's comments. The outward flight from Birmingham on 10th Dec was delayed over 2 hours but nonetheless there was no drastic delay. On the return journey, yes ... Read More
Having read reviews about this particular cruise I am amazed at people's comments. The outward flight from Birmingham on 10th Dec was delayed over 2 hours but nonetheless there was no drastic delay. On the return journey, yes we did receive notification the day before that there would be a 10 hour delay but P&O did their best and at least we were allowed a cabin (if not our original one) until 6.30 p.m. Whilst in the cabin on that Friday we received further written notification that the flight was delayed a further 2 hours but we could keep our cabin until 9.00 p.m. We left the ship at 1.00 a.m. (not 11.00 as someone quoted) and were given bottles of water. Unfortunately on arrival at Barbados airport there was nothing open but this was neither the fault of P&O or Thomson Airways. People should be aware that once through departure lounges personnel of P&O and Thomson would not be allowed as they would have no boarding cards etc. In effect, we gained an extra day in Barbados. This was better than being taken to the airport and left there for some 12 hours. We were free to eat in any dining room, attend shows, or whatever. At busy times in the self-service restuarants cups/glasses had all been utilised but just by asking one of the assistant waiters they would fetch some for you. However, many people did not say "please" or "thank you". The staff we came across were always very obliging. People moaned about the weather in the USA - weather is an act of nature and no-one can be responsible for this. In this day and age 90% of people seem to have access to internet; if they had looked at this they would have known that in December the weather is not always very good in Florida. I agree that drinks should not be allowed in the Playhouse. Often single seats were available but in the middle of rows. Perhaps a member of staff could be in attendance at the theatre and ask people to move up. We experienced the problem of not getting in for the 1st show we went to but on following evenings arrived earlier or went to the show at a different time. One night a group of ladies were singing (one from the Supremes I believe) and whilst the cruise director was calling them back on stage people were already going out - so rude!! The Headliners put on brilliant shows. Its very difficult on a ship with 3,500 passengers to suit everyone. Some of the shows were not to our taste e.g. we're not keen on Frank Sinatra tributers but, on the other hand, lots of people think he is great. Its a matter of personal choice but on the whole P&O did a grand job on the entertainment side. We were Freedom dining and had no problem whatsoever in getting a table for 4 provided we went before 7.30 p.m. I cannot speak for later in the evening as the only time we ate late was on New Year's Eve and if we went to the Verona buffet. We were fortunate on many evenings to have Shiji and Derick who were from Bombay and Goa; they were excellent and always made a point of coming and speaking to us when in the self-service at breakfast/lunch if they spotted us. Xmas decorations were very tasteful and the efforts put on for Christmas dinner and New Year were excellent. As we were Freedom Dining we had the choice on those two evenings of eating in the Sindhu if we wanted and we took this option on Xmas day as a change from our usual venue. All in all we really enjoyed this cruise and would certainly cruise on Azura again. Many people were comparing it with other ships etc. but we always take it cruise by cruise. This was our 16th cruise beginning with our 1st on an Airtours ship. Some ships may be well worn but we have found that the waiters/cabin stewards etc. on all the ships have been very dedicated and helpful. All have been enjoyable cruises in their own way. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2011
Booked a cruise to get away from the UK winter.Was not to sure about sailing on a ship with 3000+ passengers.Need not have worried the P&O Azura was designed so that there was plenty of room on deck to find a lounger either around a ... Read More
Booked a cruise to get away from the UK winter.Was not to sure about sailing on a ship with 3000+ passengers.Need not have worried the P&O Azura was designed so that there was plenty of room on deck to find a lounger either around a pool or in a quiet area, we never felt that there was 3000+ passengers.Days in port were no problem getting on and off was easy and never had to Wait.On the last day when we had to go through immigration we have never had it so well organised or gone through so quickly. The food was excellent with plenty of choices and you could always ask or get more if you so wished.The shows in the evenings were some of the best we had seen on cruise ships and the comedians told clean jokes so that any one could go to see them with out being concerned about the content. Our cabin was comfortable and with a reasonable amount of room.The one possible down side was in the bathroom where the shower cubical was to say the least, small.I would doubt that someone of a larger size could get in and comfortably shower. The only other service which we say was not up to standard was the quality of the ships photographers.The standard of the photos especially on formal nights left a lot to be desired,in all the years we have cruised I don't think I can remember so many photos being left in the racks. If you wanted to have a little luxury spend a day in the retreat,but you have to book early as it is very popular. All in all we can say with all honesty that we were delighted with the ship and the crew who at all times went out of their way to be of help to ensure our cruise went without any problems.We enjoyed the Azura so much that we have already booked another cruise in the Caribbean for next February. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2011
Azura A103A Caribbean 5th Feb - 21Feb 2011. Cabin B308. My wife and I have cruised the Caribbean with P&O five times now. MV Victoria (the old Victoria) Oceana, Adonia, and Artmis. We have also cruised other parts of the world with ... Read More
Azura A103A Caribbean 5th Feb - 21Feb 2011. Cabin B308. My wife and I have cruised the Caribbean with P&O five times now. MV Victoria (the old Victoria) Oceana, Adonia, and Artmis. We have also cruised other parts of the world with different companys. Azura is 289.6m long which is the same as 3 football pitches. Its breath is 36m. Contrary to other reviews I have read I like to think that this one is objective but not being critical about smaller points and criticising for the sake of it. The Azura is the biggest cruise ship we have been on. Sister ship to the Venturer, it is 289.6m long which is the same as 3 football pitches. Its breath is 36m. It takes a few days to find your way around. Our cabin was on B deck and unfortunately those who have cabins on C and D deck are over looked by A and B deck. Our Cabin was clean and comfortable and everything I expected from P&O. Breakfast was taken in the Restaurant and you are seated with other passengers. You can meet people who are cruising for the first time to others who have cruised for thirty years. Unlike the self service you don't have to find or wait for a table. Dinning on the second sitting in the Peninsular Restaurant table 111 with our other two cruising companions'. Our waiter's names were Wilson and Bickram you could not want a nicer pair to wait on you. The food was varied and enjoyable. Other reviews have criticised food portion size, we did not go hungry and at times that extra spoonful from the waiter was refused. At the end of the day its how you speak and interact with people that goes a long way. On sea days the deck areas around the pool was very crowded no more than you would expect. There were plenty of sun loungers available but not always where you would like them. In the Horizon paper detailing the day's activities there is a note about reserving sun loungers saying a towel or a personal item is not acceptable and the only way to reserve a sun lounger is to sit on it. Unfortunately the towel on the sun lounger appeared to be the unspoken rule. The service in the bars and around the pools / decks was very good and you did not have to wait long before you were being asked if you would like something to drink. The drink prices were reasonable and the selection was good. Entertainment was varied and something for everyone. We practically liked the Headliners Theatre Company who performed in The Playhouse. We attended the early performance 07.15 (19.15hrs) and afterwards giving us time for a drink and then into dinner. The Headliners were very entertaining and professional and the sets on the stage were excellent. You would have to go a long way outside the West End to find better. Please note as the cruised progressed the 07.15 show became more popular with the second sitting diners. We found the ship to be clean and the staff very polite and helpful. Generally everything lived up to our expectations with the P&O high standard. If you have read about The Retreat and you are thinking of using its facilities when you fist get on board the Azura go straight to the Oasis Spa (Deck 16) and book it before going to your cabin. It may appear a bit extreme but the chance of you getting a booking especially on a sea day is nil. The reason being there are only 47 beds in The Retreat half are available for booking for the first day arrival of passengers and the remainder are available for passengers arriving the second day. We went up to the Oasis Spa to book it a couple of hours after our arrival to be told that it was fully booked on sea days but we could have hour name put on the waiting list that was two pages long we declined the offer. Additional dining XVII (17) cover charges applies, book this restaurant if you fancy a special treat one evening, on your arrival day because the chances of a booking is slim if you leave it too long. We were told that the food was excellent, need I say any more. Remember there are 3000 + passengers on the Azura. Would we cruise on Azura again? no. But we will continue to cruise with P&O but on one of their smaller ships. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2011
After several years cruising with Princess we decided to try the P&O new ship Azura so this was definitely a comparison exercise. In our opinion both lines were very similar but had a few differences which affected our holiday. 1. ... Read More
After several years cruising with Princess we decided to try the P&O new ship Azura so this was definitely a comparison exercise. In our opinion both lines were very similar but had a few differences which affected our holiday. 1. P&O food is definitely aimed at the British market, there was not the variety that there was on the Princess ships. Neither were there the themed menus which occurred in the main restaurants on Princess. 2. The select dining venues were excellent on P&O but you did have to book immediately you were on board to secure a place. Those who had sailed with P&O previously knew this, leaving us new recruits with very little opportunity. 3. Drinks were cheaper on P&O, affected by there being no service charge and you were also able to take alcohol on board to drink on your cabin balcony. A great advantage at sail-away! 4.Entertainment on the Azura was aimed at the British market and the British sense of humour. The Headliners troupe were also excellent. 5.We considered there to be too many formal nights on Azura(4 plus 2 semi formal). 6.The sunbeds were packed tightly together, especially on sea days, making it very difficult to access them. 7. Prices on P&O ships are in sterling and you are able to monitor your spending via the interactive TV, a major plus point. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2011
If you book this ship make sure you are not allocated cabin R746 or its opposite number on the port side.The deck above this cabin is the area of the external self service restuarant and the continual movement of tables and chairs from ... Read More
If you book this ship make sure you are not allocated cabin R746 or its opposite number on the port side.The deck above this cabin is the area of the external self service restuarant and the continual movement of tables and chairs from opening at 0630 and all other meal times causes a scraping noise to reverbarate through the roof and the only way you can sleep is to be totally drunk.We contacted reception on 4 occasions and had visits from Hotel management but nothing was done.We also reported an external door slamming adjacent to our cabin and it took from the Saturday to the Wednesday to get the door mechanism replaced.The two self service restuarants are too small and getting a seat is like winning the lottery.The staff are unhelpful and do not clear the tables.The only positive comment I can make is that thae drinks are UK bar prices or less.Give me Celebrity or Royal Carribean anyday----P&O no more for me. Read Less
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Sail Date: June 2011
We went to Dublin, Iceland, Norway and Brugges on Azura on 18th June. Having taken an initial cruise with Royal Caribbean last year we thought we would try a different cruise line to make a comparison. Due to the ... Read More
We went to Dublin, Iceland, Norway and Brugges on Azura on 18th June. Having taken an initial cruise with Royal Caribbean last year we thought we would try a different cruise line to make a comparison. Due to the itinerary that was advertised we selected the P&O Azura. In hindsight this is the worst holiday decision that we have ever made. Embarkation was poorly organised. Checking passengers in was a quicker process than the security checks so on two occasions the process was suspended making the wait lengthy. We dined in the Oriental restaurant which is supposedly silver service. Our waiters half threw the plates at you. The food was indifferent and P&O's policy of providing the main course with two extra vegetables would be improved if the extra vegetables were not the same as the type already sitting on your plate. We took breakfast and lunch in the self service restaurants. Finding a table was never easy. These restaurants are far too small for the number of passengers and the staff are moody and unco-operative. After a few days we were so frustrated that we resorted to room service. The entertainment was appalling. Several clapped out comedians on for two nights each barely raising a laugh amongst the audience. A George Michael tribute act that was absolutely dire although to be fair to him he did appear two nights later as Freddie Mercury to achieve an even worse performance. We thought perhaps we could watch a film. The same few films were repeated all of the cruise. But no matter because we couldn't watch them as they were shown outside on the Seascreen (it seems that P&O couldn't care that we were in Iceland). We must applaud the one person that I saw watching the film at 11pm with his overcoat on and wrapped in a blanket he was obviously a much hardier soul than ourselves. Similarly swimming in the pool was also difficult as the pools are outside apart from the one that requires payment to use. All in all this was an appalling holiday experience and one we will not be repeating. So for our next cruise we will likely be back to Royal Caribbean as in our experience they provide much better facilities and service at a more competitive price. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2011
The cruise was last week and took us from Southampton to Brest, Bilbao, Cork and Dublin. The weather was very poor and through the Biscay we had a force 7/8 wind. It was choppy but we thought the ship rode well.Check-in was fairly quick, ... Read More
The cruise was last week and took us from Southampton to Brest, Bilbao, Cork and Dublin. The weather was very poor and through the Biscay we had a force 7/8 wind. It was choppy but we thought the ship rode well.Check-in was fairly quick, about 40 minutes from arrival to boarding the ship but nowhere near as quick as Cunard in New York and Princess in Florida. Security is rather over the top particularly the x-ray checks every time you get on board.Our cabin was excellent, a very good size with a good balcony. The cabin steward was very pleasant.We dined in the Peninsular Restaurant and had a table for two. Had good service from the waiters. Food is not as good as it used to be and the portions seem to be very small. Breakfast in the Peninsular every morning was good and we had afternoon tea once which we thought was very good.Had lunch in the self-service once but did not bother after that because of the scrum and lack of tables. Generally thought the bread served on board was of very poor quality even the baguettes for lunch from the deck burger stall.Dined in the specialist Indian retaurant Sindi at an extra £15 per head which was excellent and had an absolutely superb meal at 17 for an extra £20 per head. Once upon a time the ordinary dining on P&O was much nearer to what you have to pay extra for now. Anyone remember the superb seafood buffets they used to serve at lunch time once or twice a cruise? The little things such as the quality of the menus and the paper on which the cruise log is printed are nowhere near the quality of the past.Bars generally seemed crowded, entertainment was not as good as on previous P&O cruise, quite a few loud and ill mannered people on board and many not bothered about dress codes.Port visits apart from Brest which is a waste of time where good with efficient shuttle bus transfers laid on. Did not have to wait more than 15 minutes despite the ship being full.Would think long and hard before going P&O again. Last time we went Berlitz rated the ship Premium and 4 star+. They seem to rate P&O standard and just 4 star. I think they are rapidly becoming 3 star and that it is only the quality of the relatively new fleet which keeps them four star.P&O have a lot of large ships which they need to fill and as a result are cutting the quality of the experience to make the prices competitive. Getting on for 50% of those on the ship were first timers. Read Less
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Sail Date: July 2011
This was our first cruise on Azura, although we had cruised with P&O some years previously. The ship was fresh and new. We enjoyed the art work on all of the staircases (climbing the stairs was good for the waistline too), and ... Read More
This was our first cruise on Azura, although we had cruised with P&O some years previously. The ship was fresh and new. We enjoyed the art work on all of the staircases (climbing the stairs was good for the waistline too), and although we didn't try all of the bars we liked the Glass House and the Planet Bar. The design of our cabin was a little different to the usual outside cabin. It seemed to be quite spacious, and the bathroom opened on to a walk-in wardrobe/dressing area which effectively created a separate sleeping space. The weather was not good in the early part of the cruise, and it was only on the final day that we were able to make use of the sun beds. We ate mainly in the Peninsular restaurant, but lunched on the first sea day on tapas in the Glass House and on the second sea day had Sindhu Nashti. No complaints about the food. Drinks prices were low compared to other cruise lines and the suggested tips (handed over in an envelope at the end of the cruise) very low given that the service we received was just fine - nice clean cabin and good food service. We visited Brest, in France. I am sure that it is very nice if its not raining and will be much improved when the road works, which have apparently been there for about a year, are completed. Our next port was Bilbao, on a grey Sunday. We visited the Guggenheim (again) to marvel at the building. We were luckily inside during the showers. In Cork the ship sailed past the usual(pretty and historic) port of Cobh and was berthed in the totally dull and boring freight or ferry port of Ringaskiddy which didn't even have an entrepreneurial Irishman selling shamrocks to attract the tourist Euro. We took the shuttle to Cork itself, which was a nice little town. We wandered around and found the English Market before the drizzle drove us back to our ship. Dublin was so busy!! We took a HoHO bus around the city and saw lots, accompanied by a witty commentary from our local guide. And it didn't rain!!! A bit more sun would have been good (P&O couldn't have done anything about that); overall we enjoyed the ship and the the holiday. Read Less
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Sail Date: August 2011
From start to finish - the best holiday ever. Food wonderful, lovely table for 2 in Oriental Restaurant. Breakfasted in Peninsular and had some in cabin/ on balcony. Drinks on board not expensive at all. +Gorgeous cabin loads of room and ... Read More
From start to finish - the best holiday ever. Food wonderful, lovely table for 2 in Oriental Restaurant. Breakfasted in Peninsular and had some in cabin/ on balcony. Drinks on board not expensive at all. +Gorgeous cabin loads of room and such a comfy bed. Plenty storage space. Full size bath with lovely goodies in it. Nice extra touches such as the chox, champagne, fruit, canapes etc. Superior De-Luxe balcony, everything we expected and more. Most staff lovely. Enjoyed dining in17 twice, the food there was amazing. Sindhu not bad but husband not too keen. Glass house wine flight and small dishes fab. Renewal of Vows ceremony with Captain Dowds was so lovely as was the treatment we had from everyone, made to feel really special. Enjoyed our 3 one day passes for Retreat but thought it a bit pricey, lovely being in an empty pool tho! Paid to use Thermal suite but had not been told there was Sauna and Steam room in both male and female changing rooms - bit naughty.Some Port Info:  Madeira really pretty, cable car in Funchal is a must. Pretty town. The wine and cake worth sampling :-)Camel riding on Gran Canaria fantastic trip. Visited lovely beach too. Didn't go to the port. Day trip on Tenerife and to Mount Teide lovely but wish we could have stopped and gone up in the cable car. Lovely meal included in excursion and time in port. The tiny island of La Palma De Canaria was so pretty, trip in a luxury coach complete with on-board lounge. Stops along the way being served champagne by the accompanying waitress and stunning scenery. Another delicious meal included. Got back to ship with minutes to spare before departure!  All in all, this, our first cruise was wonderful. An experience worth waiting the 2 years we had to for it, due to deaths of both our Mum's and husband being diagnosed with cancer last year. We had to reschedule cruise from last Aug due to chemo sessions then he had massive surgery. Can't wait for next cruise - do we stay with the wonderful P and O or do we try another line!!!! Decisions decisions. Azura is beautiful xxxx Read Less
Azura Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 0.0
Enrichment 3.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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