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Azura Review

4.0 / 5.0
829 reviews

Good enough; but some significant failings

Review for Canary Islands Cruise on Azura
NAM01
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023

We chose the ship for the intineraries and for the faciilites it offers and we did two single week cruises in June of this year and then in November rather than a single two week holiday. Having cruised mainly on RCI and Celebrity ships, the Azura falls short, but mostly in ways that could be remedied. The feeling we had is that P&O is a notch below the other lines in terms of service and quality. We enjoyed the holidays and there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the Azura; it just falls short.

There is plenty good about the ship:

-the lack of gimmicks (climbing walls, flow riders, private beach clubs etc) maximises deck space and so we always found sunbeds

Cabin Review

Superior Deluxe- so good size inside and out

Decor a bit tired but everything worked and the bed extremely comfortable

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