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Azura Review

4.0 / 5.0
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763 reviews
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Needs urgent refit or scrapping

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Simon weaving
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022
Cabin: Inside Stateroom

Ship in poor condition, cabins tired , buffet restaurants look like a school canteen no evidence of any ongoing maintenance. On good side main dinnerquality very good in contrast to the buffet which has poor selection, under and overcooked mains, pastries made by 6 year olds, smoothies without any taste, over crowded . P&O have been costcutting everywhere and it shows , no cruise director or ship orchestra, entertainment is not what it used to be and you have to book to go to the theatre . Basically it’s the EasyJet of the seas and needs a major refit or to be scrapped. Sorry there are better ships and cruise lines out there and it is worth paying a premium to go Celebrety/ Princess or NCL. Based on our recent experience we won’t be back to this class of P&O ship , maybe the Iona and new Arvia are better don’t really know as based on this ship we won’t bother booking

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Inside Stateroom

Clean but tired

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