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List of Ships for P&O Cruises

Adonia Adonia
Adonia is a P&O Cruise ship which joined the fleet in 2011 and offers cruises exclusively for adults. She previously sailed as Royal Princess for Princess cruises. The ship is a relatively small-sized at around 180m in length and carries around 710... Click to continue>
Arcadia Arcadia
The MS Arcadia cruise ship is the second largest liner in the P&O Cruises fleet. She was launched in 2005. Arcadia is an adults-only ship and is positioned as a "classic cruising experience". The ship caters for weddings (the captain is registered... Click to continue>
Aurora Aurora
The Aurora cruise ship is a fairly traditional vessel with classic British design. She offers an elegant cruising experience, with features such as the water cascades down the Atrium, providing a peaceful central space. As you would expect, there... Click to continue>
Oceana Oceana
MV Oceana is a Sun class cruise ship owned and operated by P&O Cruises. The atrium with palm trees, deck bars and pools enhance the relaxed feel that this is an ideal cruise ship for warm sunny climates. Oceana has many of the facilities of a larger... Click to continue>
Oriana Oriana
MV Oriana is owned and operated by P&O Cruises and entered service in 1995 when she was named by the Queen at the port of Southampton. At time of launch in 1995, she was one of the largest cruise ships in the world. MV Oriana is the fastest ship in... Click to continue>
Ventura Ventura
MS Ventura operated by P&O Cruises, entered service in 2008. She is the largest cruise ship in the P&O fleet and the largest built for Britain, with fourteen public decks catering for 3,100 passengers. Ventura's maiden voyage sold out in hours when... Click to continue>

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