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About H.Thorne

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    Westhoughton, England
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    Cunard Line / P&O Cruises
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  1. I also loved the Oceana! I agree that the sail away was lacking without the flags. I also thought that the entertainment isn’t that good on the Oceana.
  2. I don’t have a list but they only serve general costs drinks (not seasonal) such as flat whites and mochas. They also serve the coolers. Hope this helps 👍🏻 https://ask.pocruises.com/help/PO/life-on-board/coffee_shops
  3. There is the Horizon Grill on Oceana which offers poolside dining. They offer burgers, chips and pizzas. The Horizon Grill becomes the Beach House at night.
  4. Thank you. I have sailed on the QM2 so I do like the bigger ships but I do like mid-sized ships such as the Oceana. Thank you for this opinion. I am think about sailing on the Arcadia for the world cruise or Baltic cruise.
  5. Thank you for this information it has been really helpful. Thank you 👍🏻
  6. I agree, P&O aren’t perfect but good value for money for example I only paid approx £3500 for a mini suite on the Oceana for a week which is the equivalent of Princess Grill (I believe) and the princess grill would be approx £6000 for a week plus drinks. P&O are good value for money despite its faults.
  7. Thank you, I have only cruised with P&O Cruises once (on the Oceana) and I really loved the experience so I booked a cruise on the Azura. I normally travel on the Cunard Line so I look forward to the welcomed change.
  8. Thanks, this has put my mind at ease as my expectations were really low for an airline like TUI / Thomson as I normally travel on airlines like BA and Virgin Atlantic.
  9. Thanks, I do like the bigger ships like the Cunard QM2, I have sailed on the Oceana so I am expecting a similar atmosphere just on a bigger ship.
  10. They are just along from the covered area on the same deck. I can recall them being out at that time. They have the tables set out like this:
  11. I have booked a cruise on the Azura for the 27th November 2020 sailing from Barbados. I have never sailed on the Azura, I have also upgraded the flights on the chartered TUI flight and I have never flown with this airline. I don’t know what to expect from the ship or flights, can anyone give their opinions as I have seen mixed reviews. 👍🏻
  12. I personally think that Azura is a nicer ship than Britannia as it isn’t as big and Britannia just looks a bit too modern for me. I would also look at the ports as some may appeal to you more than others. The price in cruise may differ due to popularity and port charges
  13. I haven’t been in an inside cabin however B deck/deck 10 is really good as it is not too far from the lido deck however there is no noise from the top decks or the theatres as there is an accommodation deck below and above.
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