Sharon Mason | December 29, 2012 | P&O Cruises | Azura
We have sailed on a number of P.O ships and I must say that the Azura is below average – although a large ship – very poorly designed you could not seem to cross the ship without going up or down to get from A-B.
Co- ordination of entertainment was very poorly orgainised, movies would be shown in a bar whilst the theate would be standing empty. Sea Screen showing its sch. movie to an empty deck due to the wet and windy weather was beyond belief.Public arears far to small for the possible number of passengers. Not able to purchase alchol from the duty free to take back to your cabin was a poor move by PO, Although to stop a complete mutiny you are able to purcase tobacco ! equality !!! The sevice was not what we have come to expect on PO – and at time it felt that everthing was to much bother for some of the staff. Passengers did not venture off the ship at Casablanca due to being scarred whitless by Staff from the captain down to the excursion team! surley PO would not risk calling at ports that would put passengers in danger – did feel that this was so we would all purcase overly priced trips!!!
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