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  1. It`s very kind of everyone who replied for your thoughts and opinions. As my children will still be too young to have their own cabin I feel that the Azura with a superior deluxe balcony and its larger balcony area ( compared to Britannia`s balcony ) comes across as a better option and monies saved can go towards extra excursions / drinks etc ! Thank you for your time
  2. Hi everyone Like lots of others, my family P&O Med cruise has been cancelled and so I am looking at booking a cruise for 2022 using my FCC ! I have been looking at 2 cruises that need to include the February half term in 2022 and there are 2 cruises to choose from. These being on the Britannia and Azura both are 14 night Caribbean Cruises. If I choose a Superior Deluxe Balcony ( for the 4 of us ) the price difference is approx £1500 in total more for the Britannia cruise compared to the Azura one. I have been on the Ventura ( sister ship to Azura ) and I enjoyed that ship,
  3. Hi Everyone Although I have been with P&O before I have only travelled from Southampton. I have a Caribbean repositioning cruise booked for next year which involves flying from LGW to Barbados. There will be 2 adults + 10 year old twins Does anyone know if TUI will make sure that 1 of us Adult`s will be next to one of our Children or will I have to pay £35 each to pre book seat positions for the 4 of us just to make sure we are not separated !! I did ask PO Customer Services but they didn`t know !! I believe the seat config on the TUI Flight may be 3 by 3 by
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