Maximum 22.5 knots
795 cabins in total – incl 10 cabins suitable for wheelchair-dependent passengers 440 standard outside cabins; 171 standard inside cabins
Cabins with balconies
184 outside cabins with private balcony
14 suites with private balcony 36 mini-suites with private balcony
Distinctive profile designed by world-renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, spacious domed forward entertainment area and observation lounge, three-storey atrium foyer, casino, jogging track, pizzeria, 9 bars and lounges, five restaurants, whirlpool spas, library, show lounge, duty-free shopping, medical centre, gym and health spa.
P&O Cruises latest superliner offers ‘Your Choice Dining’ which means you can choose the time you dine, and with whom, in the main dining room.
*Charges apply. Dining times may vary.
Bars and lounges
World of entertainment
Ways to spend your day
^A nominal fee may apply for some classes.
What’s the secret to a great family holiday? Making sure the kids have loads of things to do. That’s why they have three Children’s Centres on board for kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens. Their experienced Youth Activity Team love organising the best range of cool activities. Flexibility is what it is all about. Let the kids come for just a few hours or more. You can relax knowing they’re in safe hands and having the time of their lives.
There’s so much to do in one day that they publish a daily newsletter just to tell you about all the great events that are going on. When you see what’s in store for your children, you’ll enjoy your holiday even more.
3 to 6 Years
7 to 12 Years
13 to 17 Years
*Group child-minding from 10pm to 1am is at a nominal charge.
Infants aged 12 months to 2 years 11 months travel for free with two adults in a cabin. However, children under the age of 3 years cannot enter the Children’s Centre unless they are directly supervised by their own parent or guardian.
Due to limited facilities on board, they cannot guarantee your child’s participation in the Children’s Centres. While they will make every effort to accommodate all interested children, entry into the Children’s Centres will be on a first come first serve basis.
Children must be toilet trained. Children’s Centres vary from ship to ship and hours may differ.
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