Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Hodge (20 Oct 08 19:42)

It depends what you like in a cruise. Azamara is smaller than most ships, beautifully designed and fitted out with great staff but it has no big parade but a nice little collection of shops, only one pool but only 650 passengers on board compared with 3500 or whatever, everybody gets to know you and yet there are places to tuck yourself away. The food is superb with free speciality dining rooms with even better food, eat when you like and with whom you like or on your own and freshly squeezed real oranges for breakfast with again a delightful array of goodies. We love Azamara and have two more cruises booked with them at the moment. If you are used to cruising in 4 star ships… go up a big notch and that's what you will get. If you want loads of people, razzamatazz, and hooting and roaring don't go, give it a miss but if you like to be treated with style then you'll love it too. Read some of the reviews and see what you think. .... Neil.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Hodge (21 Oct 08 19:31)

Read the reviews. Wonderful.

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