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1-10 of 171 P&O Aurora Cruise Reviews for Romantic Cruises to Europe
I chose this cruise as my first solo cruise although I have cruised with P&O many times before. I was particularly looking forward to the chance of seeing the aurora borealis as this cruise spends three days at the very northern tip of Norway so the chance of seeing the lights is quite good.
We left Southampton after completing health check forms and having our temperature taken and all seemed ...
Picked this cruise as keen to see the Northern Lights. This is a 12-night cruise that spends 2 nights at the very top of Norway that offers an excellent chance to see Northern Lights. I was kind of expecting the cruise to be canceled but all seemed to be fine as we joined the ship at Southampton.
We set sail and headed up through the North Sea. Sea was a bit rough but the Aurora copes well ...
I have decided to write this review to help first time cruisers like myself decide if cruising is for them. There were a lot of reviews, especially about Aurora that were negative and we had no idea what to expect.
So from the beginning; we chose this cruise for our honeymoon for one reason only. To see the northern lights. It seemed like a great way to experience them. Booking was easy and we ...
We chose this cruise because we thought the itinerary looked really interesting & we wanted to experience a smaller ship - we had only ever cruised on Britannia before.We were checked in promptly by friendly staff at Southampton & quickly found our balcony cabin on B deck. T
The Horizon buffet was very well arranged & a very pleasant area to sit in, there always seemed enough seats for ...
Been on a few P&o cruises on ships Oceana, Azura and Brittania, so me and my partner decided to try Aurora and the Canary Islands. Overall we felt a bit dissapointed with this one.
The ports were great and the excursions were great but we felt that having a full day and evening in Tenerife on the Monday instead of a full and evening day in La Palma on the Sunday would have been better, as ...
Mums 75th Birthday treat.
Having not cruised with P and O for a few years I was surprised at how standards had slipped disappointingly. The food wasn’t anywhere near as good as it’s been on previous cruises with them. The ship itself is noticeably tatty in places as well. Even the bedding wasn’t up to much, my pillow smelt, there were stains on quilts! The staff however were still great and ...
We chose a 12 day cruise with P & O on their Aurora ship this year as everyone we knew, who had cruised, said that they had always had a great time. This ship is now Adult only.
We had a smooth and speedy embarkation at Southampton and having travelled from the North-east of England this was a very welcome start to our holidays.
Our inside cabin was a moderate size but well furnished with a ...
We have sailed with P&O since the nineties and last sailed on the Aurora during 2015 which was into the Mediterranean , so we were keen to try P&O again after having had four cruises with Celebrity .
Cruise number R916 was to the Canaries and returning via La Coruna in Spain.The weather was fantastic and the seas were very calm the whole trip , we were very pleased with the ...
The Ship was good, staff miserable, didn't smile much especially in the Medina restaurant,
Food was awful, very funny combinations, Who serves Salt & Vinegar Ice cream for a sweet if was disgusting, peppercorn sponge. Please Chef go back to school and learn some basics. Normal food required.
No jacket potatoes in Horrizon Buffett only on first day on ship, after that never again..Why ...
First cruise to the Baltic and turned into a wonderful experience. Lots of variety in ports and a different experience in each.
First time also on this ship and instantly became my favourite
Service was excellent
Entertainment amazing. Best singers and dancers yet.
And Paul Ruck tribute to Eric Clapton is as good as it gets
Photography team were also brilliant ...