Oriana is an adult only vessel, just like her fleet mates Adonia and Arcadia. She displays a perfect balance between traditional cruising styles, characterised by features such as a tiered stern and teak furnishings, and modern décor in the form of the Tiffany glass ceiling on her atrium and various art deco finishing touches.
Aimed at couples looking for luxury, Oriana’s focus is on allowing guests to relax as much as possible. There are also some great food options, especially Marco Pierre White’s Ocean Grill, and plenty of entertainment for all hours of the day. In addition, this mid-sized vessel has many great views with the Crow’s Nest Bar being a specific spot in which to enjoy them.
Oriana sits at the head of the P&O fleet as the flagship and also holds a few other records within the cruise line. She is not only the oldest and longest serving P&O ship currently in operation; she also proudly holds the Golden Cockerel for being the fastest in the fleet.
She is specifically designed to embark on long voyages and world cruises and, since being brought into service and named by Queen Elizabeth II in 1995, Oriana has become a firm favourite with people who regularly enjoy P&O cruises.