Actually this tread is about what makes Azamara different. I raised the issue of comparing them.
Azamara is now headed by a man who is unabashedly from the luxury market and he is installing many characteristics that are usually associated with the luxury market. Showing those differences is what I was suggesting.
And, to be sure, a Princess cruise is not an Oceania cruise which, in turn, is not an Azamara cruise. There are many differences ranging from powdered to real eggs, type and training of staff, itineraries, etc. And let us not forget pricing and overall costs.
One way to compare them is to compare them to what is slightly above their market. It is, I have found in my years, a very useful exercise.
Of course, people should decide what works best for their lifestyle. The point is we are trying to provide that information...so they can make informed decisions.