P&O Cruises has revealed the details of Azura’s multimillion-pound refit in Ferrol, Spain, in April.
Beds, bathrooms, woodwork, lighting and interiors in the cabins on the 3,100-passenger ship will be updated, the line said.
All public areas, bars and restaurants will have new carpets, soft furnishings and furniture.
Dining areas, entertainment venues and children’s space H20 will also be upgraded.
Following the revamp, draught beer will be served in four bars – Blue Bar, Brodie’s, Malabar and the poolside Terrace Bar – across the ship.
The ship’s first sailing after the 12-day dry dock will be a 14-day roundtrip Spain and Portugal sailing, departing on April 19 from Southampton.
Next year, Azura will take over from Oceana in the Mediterranean and offer fly-cruises out of Malta from April to October.
Prices for a 14-night cruise departing from Valletta on April 1, calling Dubrovnik, Croatia; Trieste, Italy; and Rhodes, Greece, lead in from £1,309.
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