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Arcadia cruises for 2019-2020-2021


Arcadia visits Sydney at the mid-point of its World Cruises, in February 2020 and 2021. Look for a sector that either crosses the Pacific from San Francisco, or departs Sydney for Singapore via (possibly) Indonesia, the Philippians, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Vietnam. Enjoy the company of like-minded fellow cruisers in a classic British setting. Until then, Arcadia sails from Southampton in all directions. Check which major cities include one or two nights in port, allowing you more time for onshore sightseeing. During the second half of each year Arcadia sails from Southampton to Iceland, the Baltic, Norwegian fjords, the Western Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In September take a round trip across the Atlantic to the colourful New England and Maritime Provinces. The World Cruises of 99 nights through Panama and Suez visits NZ and Australia. Excellent on-shore lecture information is provided, and one can easily go-it-alone in port.
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Arcadia Cruise Calendar

Sold out Available OBC = onboard Credit
Date Route Cruise From $/Day
2019 CRUISES

20

JUL

Arcadia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Norwegian Fjords Iceland & Ireland J911 Cruise

Currently sailing

N/A

3

AUG

Arcadia cruises

16

NIGHTS

Popular Cruise!
UP TO
$300
OBC

$4,689

$293

19

AUG

Arcadia cruises

14

NIGHTS

UP TO
$280
OBC

$4,749

$339

2

SEP

Arcadia cruises

14

NIGHTS

UP TO
$440
OBC

$3,269

$234

16

SEP

Arcadia cruises

24

NIGHTS

Canada J915 Cruise J915
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$670
OBC

Sold out

N/A

10

OCT

Arcadia cruises

19

NIGHTS

UP TO
$530
OBC

$4,059

$214

29

OCT

Arcadia cruises

28

NIGHTS

UP TO
$880
OBC

$5,529

$197

26

NOV

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$470
OBC

$3,389

$282

8

DEC

Arcadia cruises

11

NIGHTS

Canary Islands Cruise J919
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$430
OBC

$1,369

$124

19

DEC

Arcadia cruises

10

NIGHTS

Baltic Cruise J920
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$380
OBC

$2,939

$294

29

DEC

Arcadia cruises

5

NIGHTS

Western Europe J621 Cruise J921
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$180
OBC

$1,429

$286

2020 CRUISES

3

JAN

Arcadia cruises

99

NIGHTS

Popular Cruise!
UP TO
$1,600
OBC

$20,059

$203

12

APR

Arcadia cruises

14

NIGHTS

UP TO
$560
OBC

$2,649

$189

26

APR

Arcadia cruises

19

NIGHTS

UP TO
$450
OBC

$3,689

$194

15

MAY

Arcadia cruises

16

NIGHTS

UP TO
$620
OBC

$3,069

$192

31

MAY

Arcadia cruises

16

NIGHTS

UP TO
$620
OBC

$3,279

$205

16

JUN

Arcadia cruises

19

NIGHTS

UP TO
$450
OBC

$4,329

$228

5

JUL

Arcadia cruises

7

NIGHTS

UP TO
$280
OBC

$1,619

$231

12

JUL

Arcadia cruises

16

NIGHTS

UP TO
$620
OBC

$3,279

$205

28

JUL

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$470
OBC

$2,659

$222

9

AUG

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$470
OBC

$2,769

$231

21

AUG

Arcadia cruises

16

NIGHTS

UP TO
$620
OBC

$3,499

$219

6

SEP

Arcadia cruises

30

NIGHTS

UP TO
$1,170
OBC

$6,953

$232

6

OCT

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$470
OBC

$2,127

$177

18

OCT

Arcadia cruises

19

NIGHTS

UP TO
$450
OBC

$3,049

$160

6

NOV

Arcadia cruises

19

NIGHTS

UP TO
$870
OBC

$2,929

$154

25

NOV

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$550
OBC

$2,269

$189

7

DEC

Arcadia cruises

12

NIGHTS

UP TO
$550
OBC

$1,619

$135

19

DEC

Arcadia cruises

10

NIGHTS

UP TO
$460
OBC

$3,029

$303

29

DEC

Arcadia cruises

5

NIGHTS

UP TO
$230
OBC

$1,609

$322

2021 CRUISES

3

JAN

Arcadia cruises

99

NIGHTS

UP TO
$3,470
OBC

$20,679

$209

This month's most popular Arcadia cruises


1. 99 night Western Circumnavigation J001 Cruise J001 ex Southampton on 3 Jan 2020, from $20,059
2. 16 night Arcadia 16 night cruise from Southampton return J912 ex Southampton on 3 Aug 2019, from $4,689

Arcadia — Ship Review Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 25 ratings.

Life aboard Arcadia
Arcadia visits Sydney at the mid-point of its World Cruises, in February 2020 and 2021. Look for a sector that either crosses the Pacific from San Francisco, or departs Sydney for Singapore via (possibly) Indonesia, the Philippians, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Vietnam. Enjoy the company of like-minded fellow cruisers in a classic British setting. Until then, Arcadia sails from Southampton in all directions. Check which major cities include one or two nights in port, allowing you more time for onshore sightseeing. During the second half of each year Arcadia sails from Southampton to Iceland, the Baltic, Norwegian fjords, the Western Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In September take a round trip across the Atlantic to the colourful New England and Maritime Provinces. The World Cruises of 99 nights through Panama and Suez visits NZ and Australia. Excellent on-shore lecture information is provided, and one can easily go-it-alone in port.

The mid-sized ship Arcadia entered service in 2005, massively refitted in 2013, and again in 2018. At 82,972 GT she carries 2094 passengers. This child-free vessel (no under-18s) is best suited to singles and couples, with entertainment geared to British tastes, in an informal setting and with plenty of open-plan public rooms. You’ll never feel crowded. Arcadia scores highly on cleanliness and smooth running by her sociable British officers and multinational crew members. Outdoor facilities include a wrap-around promenade deck with plenty of sunlounges, and glass-covered pool on the Lido Deck. Arcadia has a casino, and offers karaoke sessions, dance lessons, educational lectures. Entertainment is in the three-tiered Palladium Theatre, and various cabaret, lounge and pub alternatives. Note that the Captain can marry couples while at sea. The majority of passengers are older British and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. One can dress for the fashion stakes, or just be reasonably smart. Currency is the British pound.

Accommodation
There are nine types of stateroom and 16 price grades. Seventy percent of the cabins have a balcony. Staterooms have twin beds (or king-sized bed), adjustable AC, safe, vanity writing desk with mirror, good storage areas, wide-screen TV (with major news channels, sports and movies), telephone, mini-fridge, tea/coffee-making facilities, daily steward service, and hair dryer. Inside staterooms have a picture mirror. Outsides have a picture window or porthole. Cabins with private balconies have sliding doors that open to a patio set with two recliner chairs and a small table. Some balcony cabins have a bath with shower. The Deluxe Balcony Staterooms are considerably larger with full-height glass doors. Allow for service and additional charges for, say, room-service dining, depending on the five types of accommodation.

Mini-suites are very spacious, with shower over a bathtub, DVD player, mini-stereo, coffee machine, ironing facilities, and lounge area with sofa. Special touches include bathrobe and slippers, ironing board, fruit basket, flowers, champagne and chocolates on arrival, and daily canapés. Suites are simply more spacious again, and include butler service. Owner’s and Master Suites are magnificent, with foyer, a small guest bathroom, and larger entertaining areas and balconies. Some cabins have 3 or 4 berths, inter-connecting doors for families, three cabins are wheel-chair accessible, and the seven single cabin have wide single beds.

Food and Dining
The two-tier Meridian Restaurant offers principally a range of traditional British and other cuisines. Freedom Dining means five-course dinners here at your choice of table and time. Expect a silver-service menu, and something extra special on formal black-tie evenings. Alternative restaurants, at extra charge for non-suite guests, are East Restaurant (for Asian fusion specialties) on Sky Deck, and The Ocean Grill by Marco Pierre White. The 24-hour food court, The Belvedere Restaurant, has a number of stations – for fresh omelettes, Oriental dishes, Italian pastas and pizzas.

The Neptune Grill, on Lido Deck with its retractable dome, serves snacks, refreshments and daytime meals. Next to the shops, Café Vivo serves great coffees and cookies – and also noodles to salads to bagels. There are many other lounges and bars worth discovering on a long voyage. At The Rising Sun there’s darts, karaoke, talent shows, 'pub night', dancing and sport screenings. Afternoon tea is served daily.

Entertainment
The Palladium is the three-tiered entertainment palace with all the electronic gadgetry to support major production shows, acrobats, dancers, and classical concerts. The in-house Headliners Production Company features outstanding song-and-dance presentations superbly produced for each P&O ship at its Southampton studios. There are multiple bars that host early evening karaoke, private parties, jazz and boogie, films, cabaret and shows. The Globe features art auctions by day, cinema, and by night live music with dance floor. The Screening Room is a boutique 30-seat dedicated cinema. By day there’s retail therapy in the emporium.

The Oasis Spa and Salon offer a full range of services including sauna and steam rooms, and are adjacent to a modern high-tech and well-supervised gymnasium. The sports court hosts a range of ball games for individual or tournament play, golf nets, and traditional shuffleboard and ring toss. There are two outdoor pools and five whirlpools. The walk-around promenade deck and gymnasium are there for those who wish to keep fit while enjoying the outstanding cuisine offerings.





































Explore the decks

Arcadia deckplans

Arcadia deckplan

Cabins on Deck 11 (Aloha Deck)

AA
Suite with balcony
AB
Mini-suite with balcony
BB
Outside with balcony
CC
Outside
J
Inside
  • Sofa bed
  • Two pullman beds
  • Handicapped facilities
  • Four pullman beds
  • One pullman bed
  • Connecting staterooms
  • Sofa and pullman bed

Cabins

There are nine types of stateroom and 16 price grades. Seventy percent of the cabins have a balcony. Staterooms have twin beds (or king-sized bed), adjustable AC, safe, vanity writing desk with mirror, good storage areas, wide-screen TV (with major news channels, sports and movies), telephone, mini-fridge, tea/coffee-making facilities, daily steward service, and hair dryer. Inside staterooms have a picture mirror. Outsides have a picture window or porthole. Cabins with private balconies have sliding doors that open to a patio set with two recliner chairs and a small table. Some balcony cabins have a bath with shower. The Deluxe Balcony Staterooms are considerably larger with full-height glass doors. Allow for service and additional charges for, say, room-service dining, depending on the five types of accommodation.

Mini-suites are very spacious, with shower over a bathtub, DVD player, mini-stereo, coffee machine, ironing facilities, and lounge area with sofa. Special touches include bathrobe and slippers, ironing board, fruit basket, flowers, champagne and chocolates on arrival, and daily canapés. Suites are simply more spacious again, and include butler service. Owner’s and Master Suites are magnificent, with foyer, a small guest bathroom, and larger entertaining areas and balconies. Some cabins have 3 or 4 berths, inter-connecting doors for families, three cabins are wheel-chair accessible, and the seven single cabin have wide single beds.

Decks
Arcadia

P&O International

Ship facts

Star rating: Arcadia star rating
Maiden voyage: 2005
Number of decks: 11
Tonnage: 84342
Cabins: 1050
Passenger capacity: 2030
Number of crew: 844

What's onboard? ▼

  • Adults only ship
  • Central atrium social scene
  • Shops & photo gallery
  • Single cabins (6)
  • Butlers for suites
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • Main Restaurant
  • Club dining: 2 sittings, fixed tables
  • Freedom dining: anytime
  • Gala dinners
  • Room service (some items extra)
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Evening Casual, Black Tie dress codes
  • COVER CHARGE DINING
  • Shindu
  • The Ocean Grill
  • OTHER DINING
  • Self service food court 24h
  • Neptune Grill lido deck
  • Poolside ice cream (pay)
  • Bars and lounges
  • Drinks packages
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Theatre (shows & cabaret)
  • Theme night dress for some venues
  • Giant movie screen
  • Multiple lounges & bars
  • Live music, dancing
  • Cinema
  • Nightclub, dance floors
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pools (2)
  • Whirlpools (5)
  • Sauna
  • The Retreat adults spa (pay)
  • Spa & health club, Salon, Gym
  • Lecture program
  • Dance classes (some pay)
  • Watercolour classes
  • Bridge classes, instructor
  • Promenade deck/jogging track
  • Golf, football, cricket nets, tennis
  • Deck games, sports court
  • Casino
  • Library, games
  • Behind the Scenes ship tour (pay)
  • Internet centre, packages
  • Wedding by Captain
  • OTHER
  • Telephone roaming (pay)
  • Tea/coffee making in cabin
  • Laundrettes (self-service and pay)
  • Elevators (14)
  • Wheelchair access good
  • 110/220V shaver
  • 220V British socket
  • Daily newsletter

What's included? ▼

  • Gratuities (tips) are neither required nor expected
  • There are no service charges for drink purchases
  • Accommodation as booked
  • All main meals on-board
  • Afternoon tea daily
  • Coffee, tea, milk, fruit juice & hot snacks
  • Make hot drinks in cabin
  • Anytime or set time dining
  • Alternative dining (extra charge)
  • Room service menu (most complimentary)
  • Pre-arranged dietary requests
  • Full afternoon tea
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Most entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge, dance, watercolour instructors; lecturers (most ships)
  • Family programs 2-17y most ships morning to late evening
  • Night Nursery Service (6m – 4y)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Shuttle buses at specified ports
  • No bar charges
  • Laundrettes

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Some workshops, classes & programs
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Pressing service
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Itineraries may change due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Cabins may change for operational reasons
  • REMINDERS
  • Check passport valid for 6 months after end of voyage
  • Confirm with bank and ship ahead of cruise your credit/debit card intentions
  • Check stateroom ‘responsible adult’ requirements when booking
  • Check dress code requirements ahead
  • Special needs, dietary requests, arrange at booking
  • Smoking on board in designated areas only
  • Don’t bring an aerial drone
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