Make the most of your time at sea on the Aurora, in a fun and welcoming atmosphere. With an attentive and energetic staff and an array of activities to choose from, this is a cruise that truly has something for everyone.
The MS Aurora is a traditionally designed cruise ship that has been newly built and extremely well equipped. The mainstay is the five deck high atrium, which leads you to a panoply of facilities and activities such as top cuisine, beautiful promenade deck and entertainment to suit everyone. Children and families are well catered for on the Aurora.
With five different types of accommodation to choose from, there is a cabin on the Aurora for all tastes.
The cabins are spacious and all air-conditioned. They come well equipped with twin beds convertible to queen size, televisions, refrigerators and safes. Almost half of all cabins open out onto a balcony.
There are two main dining rooms for Aurora passengers: the Egyptian-styled Alexandria and the Moorish-styled Medina, both cooking up a mouthwatering menu. For informal dining, Café Bordeaux is a 24 hour bistro so there’s no need to worry about where you’ll come by midnight snacks. Excellent breakfasts and lunches are also served in the Orangery.
The cruise’s ambience is casual and comfy during the day, with evenings that include smart casual and informal. However, there are formal evenings that ask for a suit and dinner jacket or cocktail dress, so you won’t miss the opportunity to dress up.
During the day, sunbathers and swimmers can enjoy the gorgeous promenade deck, replete with open deck space and perfect for socialising with other passengers, playing with the kids or simply kicking back with a good book from the on board library.
For those in search of culture, why not head to the Playhouse for a West End standard show or a cheeky evening cabaret? The Curzon Theatre also screens new release films for the cinephiles, and the Casino is always open for those with a wild streak. Finally, it’s always worth grabbing a drink at one of the Aurora entertainment lounges afterwards.
Fully equipped with golf nets, sports court, gym, basketball, volleyball and a Golf Simulator with 30 different courses, you’ll never be bored. The Entertainment Team host a range of tournaments to get you putting and driving like a pro. The Aurora also boasts three outdoor pools, one of which has a magrodome cover so you can take your daily dip come rain or shine.
The luxurious Oasis Spa offers a variety of treatment therapies for relieving stress and maintaining a sense of balance and calm. The sauna and steam room can be a wonderful way to sweat out the exertion of any of the numerous fitness activities, so make sure you have the bodily relaxation to match the holiday ambience on board.
The Aurora welcomes families on board, with a variety of clubs on offer for children and teens. These include activities such as discos, parties, competitions, an arcade and pool games. There are also computers on hand so your teens won’t have to go tech-free. The cruise caters for an experience where you can spend plenty of time as a family, and some rest time apart too while your kids explore, make new friends and have an adventure at sea.