Adonia is the smallest of P&O’s seven vessels and, in a similar way to Arcadia and Oriana, is available exclusively to adults. Her size means that she can visit a wider range of ports, including those that larger ships cannot enter, and that guests are able to experience a more intimate and closer knit cruise. With a maximum of just 710 guests on board, there is sure to be plenty of space and a chance to get to know a few of your fellow passengers better.
Inside you’ll find a décor that is reminiscent of the past traditions of ocean travel, whilst the finer details remind you that this is indeed a modern vessel. Stylish wooden panelling, a grand staircase and an elegant ambiance create the perfect balance between yesterday and today.
Luxury comes in the form of delicious dishes in beautiful dining areas, comfortable accommodation and captivating after-dinner speakers, whilst you are free to do nothing at all in the relaxing Crow’s Nest. In the evening, guests can take to the dance floor in the elegant Grand Lounge or enjoy some more passive entertainment at one of the ship’s exciting performances.
Since her transfer to P&O and re-naming in 2011, by none other than Dame Shirley Bassey, she has allowed guests to explore some of the lesser known ports in the world and find some hidden gems they maybe weren’t expecting.