Azura Review

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Review for Canary Islands Cruise on Azura
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024

Embarkation superb; atrium pathetically underwhelming; cabin spotless and stewardess excellent; ship tired and has the feel of being past it's sell by date; In-house shows very professional; singers average; comedians pretty dire and smutty (the two go together),and in the main not funny; cost cutting everywhere, flogging you stuff at every opportunity; food average only; tea and coffee dire (not hot and tasteless due mainly to the use of long life milk!); Retreat marvellous; staff - and passengers - very pleasant. Why is there not a single clock on board that tells the right time? Why are so many of the waiters barely unable to understand English? Why is intrusive canned musak (almost) everywhere? Some-one please tell the captain his attempts at humour are excruciating. Disembarkation excellent. Overall, the ship is small, not enough crew, waiting for service in the restaurants took a while. The pick of the bars, the Blue Bar, despite an Indian waiter not knowing what water was!

Cabin Review

Good, plenty of storage space, air conditioning excellent; no USB charge points.

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