Strictly no dancing.
Jean Hart | April 5, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Azura
Booking this cruise we went for new destinations and price of course.
As this was a strictly come dancing cruise, most people wanted to dance.
The dancing in an evening was and is always in the atrium with not enough room to dance on an ordinary cruise let alone a strictly cruise. No room to sit and watch either.
More ballroom dancing than sequence even though more people on the floor for Sequence.
Quite a few people ended up dancing in the gallery.
P&O take on board, more dance room, less gallery.
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