Good cruise but entertainment needs altering
John Wray | March 5, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Azura
We recently got back from a 2 week Caribbean cruise on the Azura. Whilst most things were up to the high standards usually found on board P&O the entertainment left a lot to be desired, not the visiting acts but the headliners theatre company and the entertainments team. The entertainment for those who didn’t go ashore was dire and consisted of the same taped Caribbean music played every day most of which you could not understand. It was marginally better on sea days, however, the quizzes were the same as those in August 2017. I think that this may be due to the number of entertainment staff there seemed far fewer.
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