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P and O Cruises' Azura is a family-friendly ship, launched in 2010, with a maximum passenger capacity of 3,100. Registered in London, the Azura cruise ship comes with a British feel and a variety of child-friendly activities, and is arguably the most advanced ship in the P and O fleet. Azura is best suited to families with young children who are seeking a big-ship environment for the maximum entertainment and fun factor. With good wheelchair accessibility and plenty of modern facilities, including age appropriate kids' clubs, P and O's Azura really is a ship with something for everyone. P and O's Azura has a British feel, with a style all of her own. On board, you'll find 7,000 pieces of art from 55 talented British artists, much of which is available to buy. There is also plenty of outdoor space, more quiet and intimate areas in public spaces to allow you to kick back and relax, and daily planners packed with daily shows and activities to suit everyone's tastes.
Overview: Azurais P&O Cruises’ most advanced cruise ship. It is best suited to families with children and adult couples who are seeking a big-ship environment with comfortable, unstuffy surroundings, lots of options, and a British flavor....
By Robert, Newport on Oct 05 2015 04:09PM
Happy Azura. This was our first time we had travelled on Azura and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. My wife is disabled and having travelled by train to Southampton and then by taxi (cost £7.50), the check in process was speeded up for us. Our cabin was ready immediately on boarding and we were located on deck 12 at the rear of the ship. Perfect as we could easily access the buffet restaurant for breakfast and the planet bar for a sundowner. We dined in the peninsular restaurant on freedom dining and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience . We sat in the same area each night with usually the same waiters etc and this too was a great experience. The entertainment was we felt not...
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