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Azura, P&O Cruises


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April 2010
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115,000 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

There are luxurious touches and recreational facilities positioned both inside and out of Azura, with its promenade walking decks and three swimming pools. The Aqua Pool is one of the largest, with an open-air movie screen located nearby for cinema under the sun and stars. Indoors, you’ll find a spacious atrium area with dance floor, dining venues, and library. The atrium covers three decks of services, including computers with Internet access and a coffee shop called Java Café. Visit the casino to test your luck or the Blue Bar for socialising with fellow passengers. Additional bars and pubs inside this atrium space include a traditional British pub called Brodies as well as a slick warehouse-styled bar.

Cabin Amenities

Accommodation includes six types of cabins and suites, ranging from options for solo travellers to interior cabins as well as suites with balconies and ocean views. At the more luxurious end of the spectrum are the spa cabins, which offer additional amenities as well as access to the onboard spa, and options are on hand for families in need of added space. All accommodation includes standard features like a 20cm sprung mattress, Egyptian cotton towels and 10.5 tog duvets. Cabins include tea/coffee making facilities, open closets, and private bathrooms with showers and The White Company toiletries.

Dining Options

Dining onboard Azura is varied, with ten restaurants and eateries to choose from. The main restaurants include the Peninsular, Oriental, and Meridian dining rooms which all offer the same menu. However, seating arrangements differ between these restaurants with the Meridian offering open dining and the other two offering fixed seating. Speciality options include Sindhu, helmed by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochkar with a tempting British and Indian fusion menu. Visit the Glass House to enjoy wine and food pairings selected by expert Olly Smith, or Seventeen for quiet a la carte dining. When you’re more in the mood for a casual bite, you can visit the self-serve buffet at Venezia, or pick up a pizza at Verona. And naturally, 24-hour room service is on hand!


Evenings onboard Azura are quite lively, with a selection of sit-down theatrical productions and a bevvy of bars and nightclubs. The Playhouse Theatre offers 800 seats, showcasing musical and dance productions. For family shows, cabaret acts and late-night dancing, the Manhattan Lounge is a particularly stylish option, or you can venture to Malabar for more live bands and dancing. Finally, the Planet Bar is the ship’s go-to nightclub with daytime activities as well.

Sports and Wellness

When you’re ready to relax, head to the Oasis Spa at the forward end of the ship to enjoy the health and wellness facilities. There’s an aerobics room with classes, separate saunas and steam rooms for men and women, and multiple treatment rooms for massages and more. Visit the beauty salon to try out a new style, or head to the gym to fit in a workout during your cruise.



Would Certainly Go Again.


By Bell, Hexham, 6th Jan 2019

The cruise offered something for everyone. The ship was clean and well-maintained and the staff friendly and welcoming. There were plenty of ports of call and an array of available trips on port days.


Mediterranean Cruise.


By Nightingale, Andover, 8th Dec 2018

This was our first cruise and was overwhelmed with our experience. Unbelievable food, superb entertainment, great value for money. Ship days were awesome so much to do on Azura.

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