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Watching the world go by in Azura’s Planet Bar

Watching the world go by in Azura’s Planet Bar
The Planet Bar on board P&O Cruises Azura will sport a massive 20mtr wide floor to celing plasma wall which will display some of the world’s most stunning landscapes and vistas. Each night of the week will feature one of the seven continents and the bar will take this as the theme for its music and drinks.

A crew is currently filming footage for the audiovisual wall and visitors to the line’s website can view the first blog by director Duncan Swinhoe at providing a run down of the filming on location in Australia, including Surfer Paradise and Sydney fireworks.

P&O Cruises' head of brand marketing Philip Price said: ‘We have asked the film crew to do one thing and that is to film the most dramatic natural and man-made wonders of the world.’

Other panoramic scenes that will be on display in the Planet Bar include the Forbidden City and Mount Fuji from the Orient, Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon from America, Stonehenge and the Northern Lights from Europe, Table Mountain and Egypt’s pyramids from Africa and tigers in Ranthamborbe National Park and the Taj Mahal in India.