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Azura Cruise Review
4.0 / 5.0
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Azura Cruise Review by Carol24red

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: Sep 2018
  • Destination: the British Isles & Western Europe
  • Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom

We chose this cruise for the 3 different ports on offer - we had never been to Hamburg or Le Havre and whilst we have been to Amsterdam, we had never visited via a cruise ship or stayed overnight in port.

The weather was gorgeous and an added bonus in Hamburg when the temperature reached 30c. Unfortunately on the 2nd day in Amsterdam we experienced a thunderstorm and heavy rain but it didn’t stop us enjoying ourselves as we went on a P&O coach tour.

We love Azura as we were on her 4years ago when we did a 2 week Russian cruise and she did not disappoint this time. Everyone was friendly and the food phenomenal- we had the Eric Lanlard tea which was amazing and also ate in the Epicurean restaurant and the Sindu restaurant too. A small cover charge was applicable in these 3 restaurants but well worth it.

Our balcony cabin was C325 and whilst a little small, it was adequate for the week. Next time though, we have booked a deluxe balcony cabin for the extra room.


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Cabin Review

Balcony Stateroom
Cabin JC C325

Clean and always well maintained by the cabin steward. Although slightly small because the balcony was large, it was more than adequate for the week. After all, you are only in there to sleep- well we were!


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Absolutely brilliant tour with a very humorous guide

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It rained but we didn’t get too wet - visited a village called Edam and a cheese and clog making farm

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Lovely tour and Etretat was a lovely old worldly coastal town in France

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