Caribbean cruise 27/1/18-10/2/18
Phil Packer | February 26, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Azura
This was our second cruise in just over 18 months on the Azura. In that time the ship has begun to look tired in places and could do with some TLC. The entertainment was we thought poor to our previous P&O cruises, the shows would have been okay if only they had a group of singers who could sing together ,and the solo acts were of working mens club standard, but that’s personal choice. On deck on sea days there was no real problem getting sunbeds, but again spoilt by very loud entertainment. P&O it seems are aiming the cruises at a much younger age group, not all like loud music and a drink culture on holiday!!
Flew out from Manchester with Thomas Cook, a good flight, but why do you have to pay extra to sit together with your wife, and purchase even water. On previous charter holidays with P&O it was all part of the price you payed when you booked the holiday.
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