If you like your cruise ships on the larger and livelier side then you should certainly consider the P&O Azura among the contenders for your next excursion. The ship is vast in scale and an awe-inspiring sight from dry land. It sails from one splendidly exotic location to another and guests are as well looked after as anywhere else on the oceans.
P&O counts a number of adults-only ships among its fleet of cruise-liners but the Azura is very much open and welcoming to children of all ages and families of all sizes. With that in mind there are activity areas specifically designed with children in mind as well as parts of the ship tailor-made to provide a more adult air of elegance and relaxation. Most of the action centres around the atrium, which sits right in the heart of the ship and opens out to guide guests toward a variety of cafés, shops and even an art gallery.
One of the most memorable aspects of any cruise holiday worth its salt these days has to be the food and dinning options that are available. If the food isn’t up to scratch, holidaymakers might end up going home unhappy however spectacular the accommodation. But you can rest assured that on the Azura the standards of cuisine are exceptionally high and the variety should mean that all tastes and inclinations are catered to.
Whatever you’re after and whoever you’re planning to travel with, your next cruise holiday could well be among the best you’ve ever taken given the extent of the bargains currently being made available. And if you’re looking for that next great cruise Thomas Cook should perhaps be the next folks you contact given their extensive list of discounted offers.