Just like Aurora and Oceana, Azura is a family friendly ship. However she is a larger vessel as opposed to a mid-sized one and so guests can expect an atmosphere similar to that found on her sister, Ventura. In fact, it is only Ventura that she is smaller than; until Britannia enters service in 2015, of course.
Azura joined the P&O fleet in 2010 and was named by Darcy Bussell in a ceremony that included dancing from the Royal Ballet School. Since then she has been delighting guests by taking them to destinations such as the Norwegian fjords, the Canary Islands and the Caribbean.
The ship has a great focus on providing guests with the chance to truly relax. As well as the indoor spa treatment rooms there is also the adult only Retreat which offers a serene, al fresco environment on the glorious spa terrace. There are plenty of different options when it comes to food as well with three main dining venues along with those that specialise in wine and Indian or British cuisine. Guests can also choose whether they dine at the same table and time every evening by opting for Club Dining, or do away with these restrictions by selecting the Freedom Dining option.
From the exciting open air cinema to the large choice of single cabins, it’s clear that a lot of attention to detail has been used on Azura.