Aurora Iceland and Norway
Ian Chamberlin | September 7, 2022 | P&O Cruises | Aurora
P&O have improved since our poor experience on Arcadia in March but still some way to go to meet previous standards.
Food was OK but lacked variety and quality varied.
Entertainment had too many vocalists doing classics and musicals, but improved later.
No sail away or celebration partys but still 5 formal nights.
No port talks or port information brochures. Good tours but expensive.
P&O need to manage Covid better. Embarkation tests were removed but face masks and restrictions were reintroduced as covid numbers rose.
We enjoyed the cruise but there are still many activities that need to be restored. Oror we expecting too much and this is the new P&O norm?
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