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    London
  • Interests
    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. Thanks - sailing on Voyager in a year so expect prices to change a bit but just wondered about the wines that I would drink and whether they're covered by the drinks package. Last sailed on Ovation a few years back and even then lots of wines fell over the package limit.
  2. Hi - don't spose you have a current wine/drinks list?
  3. Freedom - we wanted to dine alone after a group travelled together on Azura in Dec. No trouble getting a table just found the dining room very bland (ditto food)
  4. I found the ‘fruity’ cocktails a disappointment; for example a mango margarita with no mango juice 🤷🏻‍♀️ I instead stuck to aperol spritz and Gordon’s pink gin spritz during the day - both very nice and at the top end of the price bracket. In the evening I drank copious amounts of the Peller Rose in the Glasshouse which was delicious but I wouldn’t have done so without the package as it’s £6.95 for 125ml. Overall we stayed mostly in the Glasshouse for drinks as their choice of wines was greater and we ate here at least 5/6 times too - amazing because we couldn’t get a table on Azura. We enjoyed Sindhu and Beach House too.
  5. No issue at all - even managed ok in MDR but as this was a dreary affair we didn’t eat here much at all over 13 nights
  6. Yes Deck 17 - always seemed busy to me (child avoidance 🥴)
  7. We took the package on Britannia 7th April. We changed our regular habits in order to maximise the daily spend and did drink a bit more than usual - however it also meant we could try more adventurous wines/cocktails that we wouldn’t have ordinarily. I think we’d think carefully before buying again on P&O given the low cost of drinks and maybe weigh up the itinerary and length of cruise too but in summary we consumed approx £200 more in drinks than the package actually cost. Fire away if you have questions
  8. I was also on the Canary Islands cruise. We used the Serenity Pool every time the weather permitted. I found it busy all the time except when high winds closed the bar there and restricted use
  9. It is for some..... it’s also annoying when you find that something is broken or not working as it should when you have paid full price for the use of it! These cruises are not reduced in price because they have substandard cabins like for instance a partial view. we all have the right to expect fully operational cabins whether that be kettle/tv/ac/water/toilets
  10. We were on Azura in December - tbh we were disappointed with the state of the cabin carpets - very tatty 😏and had to ask for a new shower curtain - very smelly 😏 the bathroom also had a ‘smell’ which we complained about and seemed to be sorted (unless we just got used to it). It was Caribbean so we weren’t in the cabin that often but it could have been better for sure - P&O sort the problem out!
  11. We were on Azura in Caribbean over New Year and I can confirm that staff were enthusiastically placing tickets on any unoccupied bed. You couldn’t go to the toilet or the pool without getting ticketed. It was very annoying actually but I imagine it did stop hoggers reserving then disappearing for hours
  12. 🤣 been there! As a 30yrer in education in East London I can laugh at that
  13. Shocking - I’d be making my displeasure known if that were to be the case.
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