Just like Adonia and Oriana, Arcadia is a ship that is exclusively for adult guests. This mid-sized vessel can hold just over two thousand passengers and has plenty of features that offer an enjoyable and extravagant time on the waves. A host of exquisite restaurants, recently refurbished cabins, a stylish and serine spa and an extensive art gallery prove that she definitely has a taste for the finer things in life
From the outside, Arcadia has a few features that are more similar to ships in the Cunard fleet, than the rest of those operated by P&O. The QE2 style funnel and a mast that resembles that found on Queen Mary 2 are a result of the fact that Arcadia was once destined to join Cunard’s ranks, before a late decision landed her amongst her current running mates.
Entering service in 2005 and named by Dame Kelly Holmes, Arcadia has been delighting guests with her stylish facilities since her maiden voyage. She travels all over the world, spending time in the Mediterranean, Baltic, Middle East and even South America.
The inclusion of a boutique cinema and lavish three-tiered theatre means that evenings aboard Arcadia are always exciting. And with restaurants featuring the food of Marco Pierre White and Atul Kochhar you will always be looking forward to the next delicious meal.