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Azura

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We have been lucky to have taken nearly 30 cruises but are always keen to try something different so this was the first of three 2 day mini cruises that we are doing over three months to try 3 new...

This cruise ship was huge and beautiful, the service, food, facilities were exceptional, the staff polite and helpful in every way possible, we visited 7 islands including Barbados, St.Lucia, St,...

This was our second cruise with P&O, our first being a Christmas/New Year cruise on the Oriana.



The Azura was a much bigger ship than the Oriana and we did keep losing our bearings for a...

Azura is a beautiful ship, although this cruise was oversubscribed and had approx. 3090 passengers. In the evening, the lounges were so overcrowded people were standing on the only side that...

Wonderful ship, the cabin was comfy, service great, made lots of friends and the food was gorgeous. Really hoping to cruise again soon.



 

At the end of our cruise my husband suddenly became very ill with Pneumonia. The medical team aboard ship were excellent. The ship had a modern medical centre so his treatment was started before...

We set off for this cruise with flights from Manchester to Barbados. (Thomas Cook airways, a chartered flight) On arrival we were met by reps and transport and taken a 20 minute drive through...

I always thought I'd hate going on a cruise and that "you need to stay in a place for a while to really say you have been there" but more recently, I came to realise that as everyone...

We had 4 days of non-stop gale force winds and 7.5 metre waves. As a result we had to slow down and missed one port of call out of 5. The rearranged schedule then had us call at Madeira on Sunday...

It was in 2008 that P&O broke with tradition and launched their first resort style ship, the Ventura. This was followed 2 years later with the addition of Azura. Weighing in at 115,000 tonnes...