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P&O Cruise Ship Remains In Port Due To Technical Issue

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The ship which is operated by British-based P&O Cruises is remaining in Ponta Delgarda today due to a technical issue. The port is located on Sao Miguel Island, which is a Portuguese island in the Atlantic Ocean. The cruise line has told Cruise Hive that the ship will stay an additional day in port so the problem can be resolved. P&O Azura arrived at Ponta Delgarda on November 1 as part of a 15-day transatlantic itinerary.

Ponta Delgada
Ponta Delgada, Google Maps

The ship’s captain is keeping all guests onboard updated and they have been able to enjoy an extra day visiting the island. The ship hopes to set sail this evening which should not impact the rest of the cruise. The ship’s next port of call is the Caribbean island of St. Maarten on November 7.

P&O Azura is 115,000 gross tons and can carry over 3,000 guests at double occupancy. This is a developing post and will update readers once we know more.

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