Years old 4
Passengers 3096- 3737
Azura Stateroom Categories
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Sleeps up to:
164 avg sf room
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|= Adapted cabin|
|= Double sofa bed|
|= Fixed twin beds|
|= Overlooked from above|
|= Partially shaded|
|= Single sofa bed|
|= Steel fronted balcony|
|= Two pullmans|
|= Upper pullman|
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You can expect 3737 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that the Azura has a space ratio of 30.8 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.)
The Azura has 1226 crew members on board. There are 3 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship. The ship has 3 pools and 6 hot tubs.
Azura is one of the largest cruise ships in the P&O Cruises fleet. Azura offers an incredible choice of bars, restaurants, sports and spa facilities and entertainment, plus lots of other exciting and unique features.
At the heart of Azura cruise ship is her atrium, a very social venue located over three magnificent decks, with a cafe, art gallery, bookshop, library and shopping. In the evenings you are invited to take your partner and dance the night away on a beautifully polished dance floor. The music and dance theme continues in The Playhouse theatre with West End style shows, and in Manhattan, Azura's New York inspired show lounge.
The Retreat is an alfresco spa terrace designed exclusively for adults, offering treatments under airy cabanas and beneath moonlit skies. Azura's Spa Staterooms offer priority access to these facilities and for independent travellers, there's perfectly proportioned single staterooms. On Lido Deck, SeaScreen is an open air cinema screening comedy classics, British film favourites and Hollywood blockbusters.
Dining also takes centre stage on board. In addition to three main restaurants offering a choice of Club Dining - the same table at the same time each evening, and Freedom Dining - no fixed seating or dining times, there's the opportunity to visit the Select Dining venues of Sindhu; the first restaurant at sea from Michelin starred chef Atul Kochhar, Seventeen; where a sense of occasion is always on the menu, and The Glass House, a wine bar and restaurant created in partnership with TVs Olly Smith.
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Disability cabins: All of our wheelchair accessible staterooms feature wide doorways into the stateroom and bathroom, as well as
sufficient floor space for wheelchair manoeuvrability. All wheelchair accessible balcony staterooms feature ramped
access to the balcony. The bathrooms in all accessible staterooms are wet room style shower rooms with a flush
threshold into the stateroom and grab rails for shower and toilet.
Passengers bringing wheelchairs / scooters who wish to travel in a non-adapted stateroom may do so, but please be aware that your wheelchair / scooter must be collapsible and you must be able to negotiate the stateroom without it, as the stateroom doorway will be too narrow to allow it to pass through and the bathrooms have a raised threshold, preventing access. Passengers should ensure that where a stateroom contains a bath with shower they have sufficient mobility to climb into the bath to use the shower.
Any passengers requiring the use of a wheelchair, mobility scooter or walking aid must provide their own, as any wheelchairs kept on board the ship are for medical emergencies only. Please be aware that some of our ships are larger than others and you may need to walk relatively long distances on board. If this is likely to affect your overall enjoyment of your cruise you are advised to consider carefully the suitability of your chosen holiday.
For the safety of all our passengers, P&O Cruises operates size guidelines for all wheelchairs and mobility scooters where a standard (non-adapted) stateroom has been booked (These restrictions do not apply to passengers bringing a motorised wheelchair and booked in fully accessible cabins). For all bookings, non-collapsible wheelchairs and scooters must meet the following specifications: Width Weight Battery No more than 20 inches (51cm) No more than 45kg total, with no component piece to weigh more than 23kg when disassembled Gel or Dry Cell only
Passengers bringing manual wheelchairs or mobility scooters need to ensure these are collapsible, to allow them to pass through the stateroom door, if their open width exceeds the above measurements All wheelchairs, mobility scooters and walking aids must be stored in your stateroom when not in use, as they can not be allowed to obstruct corridors, emergency doors or stairwells. P&O Cruises will not be responsible for the storage of personal mobility equipment. Failure to store personal mobility equipment in staterooms may result in passengers being disembarked. Please be advised that the use of mobility scooters is prohibited in theatres on board. Allocated wheelchair spaces are for the use of full time wheelchair users and their companions only. The parking of unattended mobility scooters is prohibited in public areas and all walkways, including emergency evacuation routes, on board.