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Azura itinerary and upcoming sailing dates
May 26 2018 Germany The Netherlands and France, 7 nights from $1363
Jun 2 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1616
Jun 9 2018 Scandinavia and Russia, 14 nights from $3010
Jun 23 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1567
Jun 30 2018 Iceland Ireland and Scotland, 14 nights from $3107
Jul 14 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1567
Jul 21 2018 Spain Monaco and Italy, 14 nights from $2864
Aug 4 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1636
Aug 11 2018 Spain Monaco and Italy, 14 nights from $2756
Aug 25 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1567
Sep 1 2018 Germany The Netherlands and France, 7 nights from $1363
Sep 8 2018 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1753
Sep 15 2018 Canary Islands Portugal and Spain, 13 nights from $2756
Sep 30 2018 Portugal and Spain, 12 nights from $1948
Oct 12 2018 Spain Portugal and France, 7 nights from $1080
Apr 7 2019 Spain and Portugal and Gibraltar, 13 nights from $1577
Apr 20 2019 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1363
Apr 27 2019 The Netherlands and Belgium and Guernsey, 7 nights from $1363
May 4 2019 France and Spain and Guernsey, 7 nights from $1412
May 11 2019 Norwegian Fjords, 7 nights from $1460
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Azura Overview

Spacious and welcoming, the Azura is among the largest of the P&O cruise ships. She is home to many superb restaurants and public spaces, and has an excellent array of entertainment options. Read on to find out what makes the Azura so special.

Specs: Azura at a glance
The Azura weighs 115,055 tonnes and measures 951 feet in length. She can accommodate 3,096 passengers and 1,200 crew members. Her cruise speed is 22 knots.

Accommodation: Azura rooms and suites
With a good selection of staterooms and suites, the Azura has something for everyone, from those travelling on a budget to those looking for premium accommodation. All cabin and suite grades are comfortable, well-presented and well-appointed, featuring everything you need to enjoy your stay, such as televisions and tea and coffee making facilities.

Entertainment: things to do on board the Azura
The Azura operates a fun-filled entertainment schedule day and night - you'll never be left feeling bored. Below are some highlights:
  • Learn a new skill at an enrichment class, such as photography or dance
  • Enjoy a relaxed game of shuffleboard, table tennis or deck quoits
  • Make a splash at one of four pools and several whirlpools
  • Treat yourself at the Oasis Spa or in the calming adults-only Retreat
  • Catch a live production show at The Playhouse Theatre
  • Socialise with newfound friends at one of many bars and lounges

Azura Food and Dining
Eating onboard the Azura is a wonderful experience - there's an excellent range of fresh, innovative venues for you to choose from.

Dining included in your Azura fare:
  • Peninsular Dining Room
  • Oriental Dining Room
  • Meridian Dining Room
  • Venezia: buffet fare
  • Verona: family-friendly buffet
  • Poolside Grill: burgers and hot dogs
  • Pizzeria & Ice Cream
  • Room service (some items incur a small cost)

Specialty dining (not included in your ticket):
  • Sindhu: Indian/British fusion
  • Seventeen: modern British dining
  • The Glass House: wine bar
  • Epicurean: modern classics
  • Java Coffee Bar: sweets and specialty coffees

Destinations: Azura itineraries
The Azura spends half her time based out of Barbados sailing around the Caribbean, and the other half out of Southampton, exploring Iberia, the Mediterranean, the Norwegian Fiords and other exciting destinations. With such a rich and varied schedule, she offers a number of superb shore excursions at every port. Some popular examples include scuba diving in the Dutch Antilles, hiking through Atlantic Woods in La Coruna and a day excursion to the small French town of Cognac from La Rochelle.

Things to remember: Onboard the Azura
A few things to keep in mind as you plan your holiday with the Azura:

  • The atmosphere onboard is relaxed yet traditional, with a smart casual dress code in place.
  • A small gratuity is automatically added to your onboard account each day.
  • Families are more than welcome, with dedicated youth areas and programmes.

I have enjoyed visiting as much of the world as possible over the years. Europe and the Mediterranean are personal favourites, but there is so much to see very close to our little Australasian corner of the globe- one of my top travel experiences was snorkeling with tropical fish and turtles in New Caledonia! Cruising is a fantastic way to see it all, and we hope to make booking a cruise easier for both first-timers and old salts. From ship tips to destination news and views, we will keep you up-to-date. Happy cruising!

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Balcony Stateroom

  • Daily steward service
  • Interactive TV, radio and telephone
  • Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Picture window
  • Vanity/writing desk and chair
  • Wardrobe and drawer space
  • Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed (based on 2 sharing) Bathroom with shower and WC
  • Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors leading to balcony with coffee table and recliner chairs
  • Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack
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  • P&O Cruises has a proud tradition of giving passengers the very best - and they don't come much better than Atul Kochhar. Atul's restaurant, Sindhu, will showcase an elegant fusion of indian and British cuisine featuring sublime flavours, daring taste combinations and exquisite presentation. His Soft Shell Crab and Squid Salad in particular is sure to be a favourite. Passengers will also be able to order from a lighter menu for a more informal bite to eat, or sample one of Atul's Exotic cocktails from the equally chic bar.

The Conservatory

  • The Conservatory is located atop the Artemis on Lido Deck. Here you will have a wondrous view through the floor to ceiling windows. The atmosphere is informal as you serve yourself. The array of food laid out before is very tantalizing and it is hard to resist the urge to overindulge. You can have all three meals here as well as afternoon tea. In the evening the restaurant becomes a grill and in warmer weather you can dine on the terrace.

The Coral Dining Room

  • The entrance to the Coral Dining Room is from the Garden Court – the lower level of the Atrium. View the ocean through the windows on the port and starboard sides. The room is decorated in soft pastel colors accentuated by attractive paintings of the Mediterranean countryside. Four marble pillars stand in the center of the room. You can also dine here all through the day capping off the day with an elegant six-course meal.

Stage Shows


  • Carmen’s show lounge, at the stern of the ship on Promenade Deck, is a real entertainment hub. Offering excellent views of the large rectangular stage from anywhere in the room, you can enjoy an evening of comedy here or take in a sophisticated cabaret. The shows are fantastic! Filled with soft comfortable furnishings and decorated in traditional colours with contemporary light wood, Carmen’s creates an intimate and inviting feel; a place where you can really relax and enjoy the entertainment. The full service bar will create your favourite concoction, and when the show is over you can dance the night away on the spectacular large inlaid-wooden dance floor.

Curzon Theatre

  • The 660-seat Curzon Theatre is located in the forward part of the ship on Promenade Deck. A traditional theatre colour scheme of rich red, blue, gold and maroon, combined with Tudor rose motifs and heraldic designs, was used to bring something of the atmosphere of Shakespeare’s England onto a world-class superliner. Yet the theatre has all the very latest technical advantages. With its high-tech lighting and sound equipment and its revolving, 74-feet-wide stage, every performance has a West End glitter and the performers love this theatre as much as you will. And with a different musical spectacular every night, you are sure to be there time and time again.