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Azura Review

4.0 / 5.0
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763 reviews
7 Awards

More cost cutting than Jeremy Hunt

Review for Azura to Europe
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Bartlett family
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022

It was as cheap and now I know why, , things have changed, no cruise Director, No backing orchestra, Food in buffet is like slop, limited choice, presentation like school dinners and the onboard bakery is manned by school children im sure as cakes are like amateurs efforts., very tired ship, paint peeling, cabins clean but tired., basically everything seem to be done on a reduced budget. Obvious that there are not enough staff.

Poor covid precautions evident and they don’t appear to clean handrails and ship as they used too. On the positive side drinks are reasonably priced apart fro drinks package of £40 a day each which does not cover wine over £7 and cocktails.

The food in the mailbox n dining room however has been good but the portions are smaller. P&O is obviously positioning its self as a budget brand which is a real shame. The Azura desperately needs either to be scraped or a major refit

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Tired but clean

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