P&O Cruises reveal exciting new shore experiences for Arvia P&O Cruises newest ship Arvia, brand new in December 2022 will offer a range of brand-new shore experiences in the Caribbean which are not available on any other ship in the fleet. These new shore experiences include: Guests will also be able to enjoy a varietyContinue reading “Exciting new shore experiences for P&O Arvia”
P&O Cruises to name Arvia in a spectacular, world-first beachside event..
P&O Cruises have announced special offers of up to £300 off holidays with a 5% low deposit and on-board spending money for cruises in ’22 / ’23.
In a statement released today, citing the absence of an agreed restart plan for cruising in New Zealand, P&O Cruises Australia today announced the cancellation of NZ plans and its 2022 Auckland cruise season. The company commented that while it had useful discussions with New Zealand officials and expects to have further contact, uncertainty remainsContinue reading “P&O Australia cancel NZ plans for 2022”
Keel laying is a traditional ship-building ceremony which always includes laying some coins on the keel block to bring good luck to the ship and its crew during construction and in the ships future at sea. The team building PO Cruises 184,000 tonnes ship Arvia, celebrated the milestone using specially selected coins from Barbados which were placed under the block before the block was then lowered onto the coins. This keel laying block weighs 570 tons, is 11.3 metres long, 42.10 metres wide and 11.81 metres high and had to be lifted by a 800 ton crane.
No one can forget the dramas of 2020, in particular, the quarantining of Diamond Princess and the subsequent “Covid Cruise” headlines. Thankfully the whole industry has pulled together to get us back to cruising safely. In January this year, one of our lovely Cruise Addicts Bev Coverdale, joined a cruise from Southampton aboard P&O IonaContinue reading “Cruising and Covid in 2022”
P&O Cruises announced today that their first escape room experience will be onboard their next Excel class ship, the Arvia – which is due to join the fleet in December 2022
New and exclusive to Arvia Mission Control will be P&O Cruises first multi-sensory escape room. The new experience is set underwater on board a fictional submarine Arvia II, with a series of challenging, mind stimulating live-action puzzles.