P&O Unveils Design of Azura

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It looks good to me. We cruised on Ventura this autumn, and had a fine cruise, and we decided then that we would aim at cruising on Azura in her first season, so we're interested in this news.

Without deck plans it's a bit difficult to work out exactly what's going to be where - my assumption is that Sindhu will be where Ventura's East is, that the Planet Bar replaces Metropolis, Malabar for Havana, and Manhattan for Rendezvous. I'm a bit unclear about The Glass House, however. My assumption is that this will go where The White Room is on Ventura, but I suppose it could be a replacement for Ramblas. If it is a White Room replacement then th current details don't mention a Ramblas equivalent. I'd welcome some clarification on that; tapas at Ramblas became our favourite lunchtime choice.

And no mention of Noddy.... phew.
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