The second ship in the series, sister to the Iona, Arvia outshines the Iona in its further technical advances and will be Britain's most environmentally-friendly cruise ship powered by liquefied natural gas. With modern accommodation and crystal-clear sea views from your mini-suite sailing onboard Arvia is a great way to relax and re-energise.
Following it's sister, the new ship Arvia will join the fleet in December 2022. With more freedom, greater choice, sunny vibes and spectacular views, get ready to see the world in widescreen. Arvia, which means "from the seashore," is perfectly tailored to British passengers' preferences. The new ship is structurally similar its sister ship Iona, the largest cruise ship ever built for the UK market. Read more
As P&O’s emphasis is on their food, drink and entertainment – UK-style. Don't expect climbing walls, bumper cars or water slides, but do expect celebrity chefs, revue-style shows, and plenty of bars and pubs. At the centre of the ship is the Grand Atrium, with three-storey high glass walls, grand staircase, gallery and overhead walkways. The ship also has a 670m long lanai deck with a covered promenade, and outdoor restaurants. On deck 18 is a giant clear Sky Dome, covering one of four entertainment spaces on the ship. It is two decks above a daytime pool, and night-time retractable stage featuring aerial performances, projections onto the roof and immersive shows. The ship will feature more than 4,000 pieces of art, the majority hailing from the UK.
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