Pamela Joyce Kitchen | May 6, 2023 | P&O Cruises | Aurora
We have not long got back from a 19-night cruise on Aurora,we haven’t sailed on her since 2014. We know she is an old lady now and is ready for some TLC, but the service aboard her was second to non. We have cruised the whole fleet and the ships all have their own personal fell about them, but Aurora has still got charm and feels like home. The staff although most of them are new are all so charming, and the Captain one of the nicest since Hamish Reid. The only thing that let her down was the entertainment,we felt it was a bit budget but could not fault the Headliners who worked their socks off, the most shows we have since in a while. The food stood out to be better than other ships. We enjoyed every port and as a bonus, the weather wasn’t bad either. All in all we had a lovely time. and I must admit I didn’t want to get off her .but back on her in October I hope we enjoy her as much then.
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