We just completed cruise number 10 on Azamara, and are looking froward to number 11 and 12, already booked for early next year. We can't speak highly enough of the Captain and crew who contribute 100% to passenger satisfaction. Special mention must go to the Cruise Director, Eric De Gray
We dined in the Patio Restaurant on several evenings, and found the food and service excellent.
As Bridge players, we also appreciated having a bridge coordinator on board. On this cruise, our Director/Teacher, Vic Quiros, was most helpful in clearing some of the "foggy" areas in our current bridge regime. (Just when we thought we knew it all????)
We organized most of our off shore excursions through contacts made with other Cruise Critic members before departure. We were able to travel in a smaller group, which made our three trips in India more manageable, and therefore more relaxing.
Overall, good food, fantastic entertainment and the relaxed atmosphere all contribute to a very enjoyable voyage.
Our cabin was very satisfactory, as were the stateroom staff.
Markets, Local train ride, Washing place, Lunch, Gateway of India Taj Mahal Hotel, Temple
Houseboat with lunch on board, Chinese Fishing Nets, Jew Town
Hindu Temple, Bascillica of Bom Jesus, St. Catherine, Market
Train ride on MTR, local markets, Petronis Towers, photo only,