P&O Azura, sister ship of the P&O Ventura, made her maiden voyage on the 12 April 2010 after a stunning naming ceremony by dancer, Darcey Bussell.
This stunning ship has an incredible choice of bars, restaurants, sports facilities and entertainment and carries up to 3,100 passengers, with 900 balcony cabins and 14 passengers decks. This ship offers 11 restaurants, five boutiques, four swimming pools and two lounges and copious amounts of outdoor space where you can relax. There's also an open air cinema.
2 highlights for dining are The Glass House, with wines selected by Olly Smith and Sindhu, a contemporary Indian restaurant, by celebrity chef, Atul Kochhar.
P&O Cruises have really raised the bar with Azura. With the Verona and Venezia restaurants, you'll find the flexibility of freedom dining, meaning you will always be able to sit and enjoy excellent cuisine throughout the day. The poolside grill is also available for an al fresco alternative, as is the poolside pizzeria. In the Sindhu fine dining restaurant, you'll find Indian cuisine with a modern twist, as Michelin Star winner, Atul Kochhar creates a menu which will inspire and delight.
To help wash all these delights down, TV's Olly Smith has helped put together the Glass House Wine bar and restaurant, where you'll be able to enjoy the signature menu, with a different specially selected wine paired with each course. Whether you are new to wine drinking, or a dedicated wine lover, you'll find that with Olly's guidance, the world of fine wines is deliciously easy to navigate.
This chic bar features a plazma screen wall featuring iconic wonders from the far flung corners of the world.
Inspired by Marine Drive, Mumbai, The Malabar blends indian sophistication with piano recitals and enthralling cabaret
This New York inspired show lounge will delight as you dance to a different beat each night
Azura's 800 seat theatre will play host to aerial flying acrobatics, West End shows, interactive games and more.
The P&O Azura offers one of the most relaxing, innovative spa's to be found at sea. With the Azura Spa Stateroom packages available as an add on to your cruise why not take full advantage of these fantastic facilities.
- Oasis Spa & Treatment Rooms
- Fully loaded Technogym
- The Retreat (open air spa terrace)
- The Thermal Suite Spa
- Deck Tennis, Football & Cricket
There are great kid's clubs to cater for 5 different age groups from under twos to 17 and a baby listening service! There's plenty of outdoor deck space and Mr Bump & Noddy will also be on board. Most exciting of all, is the addition of three bungee trampolines, located on deck 19 - great fun for anyone aged over 8! There's even a Wii Room with a whole host of different videogames just waiting for your call.
- Seascreen Open Air Poolside Cinema
- Shopping Area
- Planned Daytime Activities
- Java Coffee Bar
- Art Gallery
- 3 Different Pool Areas
The dress code for Azura is a combination of informal and formal. For the informal evenings the dress code is jacket & trousers or country club for gents and smart casual for the ladies. During formal nights, typically on two evenings during a seven night cruise and up to four on a 14 night cruise, the dress code is black tie for gentlemen and elegent dress for ladies. The dress code for buffet dining on the Azura is casual.