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Day 1
Southampton, UK, England

Southampton’s location, at the foot of the United Kingdom, offers an ideal point from which to embark on a cruise out of the UK. With a total of four terminals, the city can accommodate some of the largest cruise vessels in the industry. With fantastic shopping opportunities and a large number of museums and art galleries, Southampton is a cosmopolitan city with a lot to offer visitors as well as those arriving in the area prior to embarking on a cruise.

Day 5
Madeira, Madeira, Portugal

Situated just north of the Canary Islands is the Portuguese island of Madeira – a sub-tropical island known for its lush green and mountainous landscapes. This unique island is a nature-lover’s paradise, with volcanic caves, lava tubes, botanical gardens, and one of the world’s highest ocean cliffs all to be explored and admired. The island is also perfect for anyone looking to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife including a range of birds and a plethora of marine life in the surrounding waters.

Day 12
Antigua, Leeward Islands

Antigua is the larger of the two islands that make up Antigua and Barbuda. This beautiful island offers peace and tranquillity to all who visit, with many beautiful beach areas. There are plenty of opportunities to participate in water sports during your time in Antigua, with scuba diving and sailing both proving to be very popular.

Day 13
St Maarten, Leeward Islands

St Maarten is the name of the Dutch half of the Leeward Island of St Martin. Confusingly, the island of St Martin is the smallest territory on earth to be divided between two countries. The northern half of St Martin – Saint-Martin – is a French territory, while the southern half – Sint Maarten – is a Dutch territory. Docking in the Dutch half of the island, guests will be able to enjoy a range of spectacular beaches, each of which is ideal for sun bathing, swimming, and snorkelling.

Day 14
Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Tortola is the capital island of the British Virgin Islands and is particularly renowned for its British culture and heritage and its range of extensive white-sand beaches. As well as beaches, the island is also home to natural areas such as the Sage Mountain Park – which presents a number of hiking opportunities as well as the tallest mountain of both the British and US Virgin Islands. There are also a couple of historical landmarks including a Spanish fort dating back to the 18th century and the African Church – which was used by slaves which were freed by the Royal Navy.

Day 16
Castries, St Lucia

The sun-kissed city of Castries was founded by the French in 1650 and is the capital of St. Lucia. Castries is home to a population of little more than 11,000 and a stroll through one of the local markets will give you a flavour of the vibrant local culture. Soak in your surroundings on the gorgeous Vigie Beach, which is located just outside the city.

Day 17
Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados, as well as being the Caribbean nation’s only city. Many visitors come to the island in search of duty-free shopping opportunities, while others will come to soak up the sun on one of the many spectacular and heavenly beaches. The Mount Gay Rum Distillery offers tours, which provide a fascinating insight into the local production of rum, while the Kensington Oval provides a chance to watch a West Indies cricket match.

Day 18
St George's (Grenada), Grenada

St George’s is the capital city of Grenada and is surrounded by the hillside of an old volcanic crater. The moderate climate here ensures the continuous production of spices including nutmeg, cocoa, cloves, vanilla, cinnamon and much more. In recent years, the city has also become a popular tourist destination, while ensuring the culture, history and heritage are maintained.

Day 20
Curacao, Dutch Antilles

The island of Curacao is one of the southernmost located of the Caribbean islands, situated just north of Venezuela. It is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands and, thus, the culture and heritage is representative of this fact, with many brightly coloured houses located across the island. Curacao is also home to a plethora of beaches, many of which present fantastic scuba diving opportunities.

Day 21
Aruba, Dutch Antilles

Situated 15 miles north of the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is one of the southernmost located islands of the Caribbean. It is also one of the four countries that make up the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Dutch influence is clear to see across the island. Brightly coloured houses may be perhaps the most iconic symbol of this island, but there are many more landmarks situated across the island including the ruins of a gold smelting station, a 400-foot German cargo shipwreck and, of course, an array of beautiful beaches.

Day 23
Cartagena (Col), Colombia

Cartagena was the location of the first Spanish colony in South America and is also the location of one of the first sanctuaries of freed African slaves across the Americas. Brightly coloured houses dominate the old town, which is surrounded by a city wall. Here, you will be able to discover a number of landmarks including the Clock Tower building and a number of 500 year-old coral stone forts.

Day 24
Colon, Panama

The Panamanian city of Colon guards the Atlantic Ocean entrance to the Panama Canal. This impressive man-made structure is one of the most significant in modern history, providing an easy route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The nearby Gatun Locks provide an opportunity to see ships passing through the canal.

Day 26
Roatan Bay Island, Honduras

Roatan is the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands, offering visitors a blissful range of beaches which are filled with power-sand beaches and brushed by crystal-clear waters. Resting on an exposed ancient coral reef in the Caribbean, this tropical paradise offers the perfect location for a spot of relaxation, while the surrounding waters provide a home to an abundance of exotic marine life.

Day 27
Belize City, Belize

Although it may not be the capital, Belize City is the largest city on the Caribbean island of Belize. Unlike other Caribbean islands, Belize offers a tropical paradise of nature, with an Eco-museum that showcases many of the island’s treasures. With a warm climate all-year-round, Belize City also offers an ideal place to soak up the sun.

Day 28
Cozumel, Mexico

The Mexican island of Cozumel is a popular Caribbean resort destination, situated just off of the Yucatan Peninsula. While the beaches offer the perfect place for a spot of soaking up the sun and relaxing, the surrounding waters are even more impressive – with many vibrant and colourful offshore reefs. There are also many Mayan sites located on the island including “El Caracol” temple, which is believed to have once been used as a lighthouse.

Day 29
Progreso, Mexico

Situated in the Mexican state of Yucatan is the city of Progreso, which is renowned for its long relaxing beaches and calm tropical weather. It is also known for being home to the longest pier in Mexico, which extends a total distance of 6.5km out to sea from the land.

Day 31
New Orleans, USA, Louisiana

New Orleans is the cultural centre of Louisiana, straddling the great Mississippi River in the heart of the River Valley. Laid back and eclectic, this city offers a unique blend of French, Spanish, and American culture, leisure, and cuisine. Music is at the very heart of everything you see in New Orleans, from exhibitions and bars playing legendary blues and jazz to the infamous Mardi Gras celebration. The French Quarter retains its historic charms, buildings, and gardens and is the place to be to sample the famous Creole cuisine. To immerse yourself in the irresistible beat of New Orleans, take a stroll down Bourbon Street and hear pianos, blues guitars, and zydeco music.

Day 34
Key West, USA, Florida

The Florida city of Key West is situated on an island of the same name and is considered to be the southernmost city of the US. This area is popular for water sports and there are even opportunities available to swim with dolphins. The surrounding area also offers a plethora of sights including the Key West Nature Reserve, which houses a vibrant range of wildlife. If you are looking to simply soak in the gorgeous surroundings, head to Key West Lighthouse, where visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the island.

Day 35
Miami, USA, Florida

The south-eastern US city of Miami is one of the largest metropolitan areas in Florida. Many visitors come to Miami every year to relax and unwind on one of the finest beaches in the world, while many more come in search of the fine New World cuisine, which was created in the 1990’s and is highly acclaimed.

Day 36
Port Canaveral, USA, Florida

Situated in Florida, Port Canaveral is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world – with more than 3.9 million cruise passengers passing through in 2014. While the beaches provide an ideal place to relax and soak up the sun, this Port Canaveral also provides the opportunity to watch a rocket launch from the nearby Kennedy Space Centre.

Day 38
Charleston (SC), USA, South Carolina

The seaport city of Charleston is situated in the state of South Carolina. It features a historic downtown, which is located on the peninsula formed by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. Although Charleston was captured during the Civil War, many of the city’s buildings have remained standing for hundreds of years. There are many historic buildings worth visiting here including many historic town buildings and places of worship.

Day 41
Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton is the largest city on the island of Bermuda. A visit to this Caribbean island will provide an insight into the Royal Naval heritage, with many forts and subsequent fortifications located throughout the city. Elsewhere in the city, you will be able to enjoy a range of markets, gardens, stalls, squares, pleasant walkways and fabulous golden beaches.

Day 47
Praia di Vitoria, Azores, Portugal

Praia di Vitoria is situated on the north and east coast of Terceira – an island of the Azores archipelago. This is one of the most modern towns of the Azores, offering a large bay and an extensive sandy beach. Its enticing shopping district contrasts the historical architecture, which is epitomised by the impressive 15th-century Igreja Matriz de Santa Cruz church – which features two bell-towers and a large façade.

Day 51
Southampton, UK, England

Southampton’s location, at the foot of the United Kingdom, offers an ideal point from which to embark on a cruise out of the UK. With a total of four terminals, the city can accommodate some of the largest cruise vessels in the industry. With fantastic shopping opportunities and a large number of museums and art galleries, Southampton is a cosmopolitan city with a lot to offer visitors as well as those arriving in the area prior to embarking on a cruise.

Sail on board Oriana

The ship features speciality restaurants, grand main dining rooms and a host of café’s and snack bars. From elegant fine dining to self-service buffets, there's a wide choice of flexible, casual and club dining options to suit everyone.


Atul's restaurant, Sindhu, will showcase an elegant fusion of Indian and British cuisine featuring sublime flavours.

P&O Cruises has a proud tradition of giving guests the very best – and they don't come much better than Atul Kochhar. His Soft Shell Crab and Squid Salad in particular is sure to be a favourite. Guests will also be able to order from a lighter menu for a more informal bite to eat, or sample one of Atul's exotic cocktails from the equally chic bar.


If guests don't want to leave the pool area and get dressed for lunch, they can pop in for a light snack.

Located on Lido Deck, at the forward and starboard side of the Riviera Pool, is Al Fresco Pizzeria. With seating both inside and conveniently outside by the pool, children will appreciate the fast-food feel of Al Fresco. Although pizza is the speciality, guests will find burgers, salads, open sandwiches and much more on the menu. Being high up on the Lido Deck, guests will also get spectacular sea views from this casual eatery.


The Conservatory, an informal self-service restaurant, has easy access to the surrounding decks and facilities.

This restaurant is a light and airy room with a casual atmosphere and decorated with murals reminiscent of an English country garden. High up on Lido Deck, The Conservatory affords spectacular sea views with floor-to-ceiling windows and offers seating both inside and al fresco on deck. It opens early and provides breakfasts (including a healthy option), extensive buffets for lunch and afternoon tea. In the evening a section of The Conservatory is converted into Le Jardin, an informal bistro with an exciting menu. Guests are advised to book a reservation prior to dining.

Ocean Grill

With a variety of grilled treats created by Marco Pierre White, guest's experience here is certain to be authentic and delicious.

Peninsular Restuarant

Positioned midships on E Deck, The Peninsular Restaurant is one of two great formal dining rooms on Oriana.
Taking its name from the 'P' in P&O (Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company) The Peninsular Restaurant seats almost 500 people. Adorned with a wall length mural of 'The Journey of Odysseus', guests will find classy and contemporary décor with exquisite surroundings, as well as an enticing menu night after night. Large windows on either side provide magnificent views as guests dine on the superb cuisine. And don't miss the decadent chocolate buffet!

The Beach House

Fun and informal- a great option for families with a casual menu of grills and seafood.


The ship's fantastic New Horizons programme offers to passengers the chance to leave their cruise with a new hobby, skill or passion. With classes ranging from cookery, and ballroom dancing, to feng shui and tai chi, passengers can search for true enlightenment.

Dance Classes

There are coupled dance instructors onboard who offer a variety of dance lessons. The main types of dance offered are ballroom and Latin. As well a group lessons, it is also possible to arrange 1 to 1 tuition. On some occasions, there are celebrity dance instructors on board too. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience.


The ship's well-stocked library is perfect for finding a great book to enjoy by the pool. Choose from an extensive range of fiction and non-fiction books, or browse through the tempting selection of books which are available for purchase, in an area operated by Waterstones book shop.

Art Gallery

Take in beautiful paintings, prints and sculptures by artists around the world.
Oceana’s art gallery features works by both famous and up and coming artists, and many of the works are for sale if something catches your eye.


There's never a dull moment...

P&O Cruises offers the very best in cruise entertainment. Days can be filled with as much or as little as you want, whilst evenings are no doubt the social highlight. When the sun goes down your ship begins to come alive with the hum of conversation and music, and you can be sure of a memorable night.


Midships on Promenade Deck lies Harlequins - Oriana's largest nightspot.

A pair of Harlequin figurines welcome guests to this very glitzy and very modern dance venue. One of Oriana's most popular spots, Harlequins has an in-laid, wooden sprung floor, which offers a large open space that's great for ballroom dancing during the day. In the evenings, the floor area is reduced to a small intimate space for fantastic late night disco dancing action. The latest in lighting, coupled with superb high-tech sound equipment and the latest tunes, is a recipe for a fantastic evening experience!

Theatre Royal

The 650-seat Theatre Royal is located in the forward part of the ship on Promenade Deck.
A traditional theatre colour scheme of rich red, blue, gold and maroon, combined with a Shakespearean Tudor rose motif and heraldic design, was employed to give the feel of a West End theatre. The Theatre Royal also has all the very latest technical advantages, with its high-tech audio, video and lighting equipment and its revolving stage. And with a different musical spectacular every night, this is one room that guests will visit over and over again.

The Pacific Lounge

The Pacific Lounge, at the stern of the ship on Promenade Deck, is Oriana's entertainment centre.
Soft comfortable furnishings and contemporary colours create a friendly and inviting feel in the Pacific Lounge, and a tiered floor offers excellent viewing from anywhere in the room. During the day guests can attend craft classes and enjoy leisure pursuits here, and at night they can take in a hilarious comedy or a sophisticated cabaret. There's a full-service bar for liquid refreshment and a large wooden dance floor that comes alive at night.

Chaplin's Cinema

This outstanding cinema offers excellent viewing from any of its 200 comfortable seats, and an exceptional sound system.
Guests can sit back and enjoy the latest blockbusters or their favourite old classics, which are shown throughout the day and evening. Chaplin's is also used for lectures, port enhancement talks, and much more.

Monte Carlo

The Monte Carlo Club is the perfect place for roulette, blackjack and poker
Just forward of midships, on the starboard side of Promenade Deck, is the Monte Carlo Club Casino, Oriana's very own slice of cosmopolitan allure from the Riviera. Guests are invited to stop by and try their luck!


Named after former P&O director Sir Andrew Crichton, this quiet room is a great place to play a game of cards.
Crichton's card room also holds numerous bridge tournaments here, as well as competitive evening syndicate quizzes.


Both elegant and welcoming, Anderson's is ideally located for a break from the tables in the Monte Carlo Club.
The panelled walls, deep sofas, comfortable club chairs, classical paintings and traditional rugs create an ambience of a time-honoured London Club. It's perfect for a pre-dinner drink or warming nightcap. With his bronze bust on display in these fine British surroundings, P&O founder Arthur Anderson would be proud to be the namesake of this elegant room.

The Crow's Nest

This classy cocktail bar offers Oriana's most spectacular panoramic views.
High up on Sun Deck at the forward end of the ship guests will find The Crow's Nest. During the day they can enjoy shimmering sea vistas in this comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, with seating on two levels. But it's in the evening, as the lights go down, that The Crow's Nest is at its best; with some mood setting piano music in the background, guests can't find a better place from which to watch a breathtaking sunset at sea.

Lord's Tavern

A tribute to Lord's Cricket Ground, this quintessential British sports bar is shrouded in cricket memorabilia.
Next to the Photo Gallery, on the starboard side of Promenade Deck, is Lord's Tavern. The wall is adorned with a 2.3m high by 8.8m long, hand-painted mural of Lord's, with life-sized figures. There is a canopy above the bar, reminiscent of the awning over the stands at Lord's. Even the carpet is green - with a cross-mowed lawn effect! Offering glorious sea views, there is seating inside, as well as out on deck under umbrellas.

Terrace Bar

This full-service outdoor bar over looks the ships fabulous tiered decks and it's a great place for a casual al fresco lunch.
Located at the stern, high up on Lido Deck, the Terrace Bar is open all day and throughout the evening. With background music that adds to the relaxing environment, the Terrace Bar offers spectacular seascapes during the day and in the evening it is the best vantage point from which to watch the sun dip into the horizon.

Tiffany's Bar

The bar offers lovely views of the colourful Tiffany glass that crowns the atrium
Incorporating Tiffany's Bar in the forward section of D Deck, and wrapping around the top deck of the four-deck atrium, is Tiffany Court. The soft lighting and comfortable sofas and chairs create a very relaxing ambience, wonderful for meeting up with new friends or just enjoying a quiet drink.


From the revitalising hydrotherapy pool, to the state of the art gymnasium, there's plenty of facilities onboard to refresh your mind, body and soul. Passengers can enjoy luxury massages and treatments in the Oasis Spa, or head out to the top deck sports court for a spot of tennis.


The Terrace Pool and Crystal Pool have plenty of sun loungers around its deck for sunbathing and just relaxing.
Midships on Lido Deck is Oriana's Crystal Pool boasting an impressive bronze water sculpture by Andre Wallace. Sun Deck above offers some wind protection to the pool, as well as additional sun loungers, which overlook and surround the pool below

Oasis Salon

The fully equipped salon is the perfect place for those who want to look their best. Located in the spa, passengers can try a new colour or style in the hands of fully trained stylists.

Oasis Spa

With superb ocean views and relaxing cream décor, the tranquil Oasis Spa is the perfect place to relax and be pampered. In the treatment rooms you can enjoy private ocean views as you succumb to a relaxing massage.

Also linked to the Oasis Spa is the hydrotherapy pool, which offers a hydromassage; a type of treatment that increases circulation, eases tension and aids restful sleep. Flooded with light via a pyramid skylight, the hydropool lies in the centre of several tiled columns. Alternatively passengers can head for Arcadia's thermal suite on the starboard side where they'll find three steam rooms, a sauna and a heated swimming pool.


Passengers can watch the waves as they work out with all the latest equipment, including exercise bikes, rowing machines, running machines, steppers, resistance machines and a range of weights. After the workout, visitors can head to the Oasis Spa for a relaxing massage, a stimulating therapeutic treatment or a warming and cleansing sauna.

Golf Nets

On Sun Deck, midships between the viewing decks for the Crystal and Riviera pools, are the golf nets.

Securely enclosed in netting, you can perfect your swing as you sail on to the next course. Clubs and balls are provided, or you can use your own.

Football & Cricket Nets

Play casually on your own or join in one of the many organised tournaments.

Midships on Sun Deck, between the viewing decks for the Crystal and Riviera Pools and adjacent to the golf nets, is the Sports Court. Covered with netting, you can enjoy a game of short tennis, football, cricket and basketball, to name just a few of the options available on Oriana's Sports Court.

Aft of the Sports Court, to the stern of the ship, you can also enjoy a friendly game of Deck Quoits or Shuffleboard, on both the port and starboard sides.


Special Dietary Requirements

The ship can cater for the following diets; vegetarian, low /no fat, low salt /no salt, lactose intolerant /dairy free, gluten /wheat free /celiac, low cholesterol, diabetic, kosher and vegan. Passengers requiring any of the above diets should contact the Customer Contact Centre prior to their cruise.

Disabled Facilites

Fully accessible adapted cabins and suites are available, which are suitable for wheelchair / mobility scooter users. Passengers with a disability which may affect their mobility onboard are asked to inform the Customer Contact Centre prior to their cruise. Assisted embarkation and disembarkation is available when sailing from Southampton.

Age Restrictions

As with UK laws, the age limit for purchase and consumption of alcohol on board is 18 years of age, however, when in US waters, the age limit increases to 21.

Passengers must be over the age of 18 to use the spa facilities including treatments. If you are under the age of 18 and if you would like a treatment then you will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Dress Code

The ship operates three styles of dress code: Smart, Evening Casual and Black Tie.

On Smart evenings ladies typically wear tailored trousers and separates or even a stylish dress, while men are in a shirt and trousers with a jacket, such as a blazer or sports jacket, or a suit and tie if they wish. For a typical two week cruise there are normally four Smart evenings.

Stylish resort or leisurewear is ideal for Evening Casual nights, for example casual separates or dresses for ladies and open-neck polo shirts and casual trousers (not shorts) for men. A jacket and smart trousers can be worn but are not compulsory. Smart dark denim is also fine, but not trainers, football shirts or tracksuits. For a typical two week cruise on Azura, Britannia, Oceana or Ventura there are normally ten Evening Casual nights. On Adonia, Arcadia, Aurora and Oriana there are normally six Evening Casual nights.

Black Tie nights (also known as Gala Evenings)add a touch of glamour and a real sense of occasion to evenings at sea. Ladies wear glamorous evening wear including cocktail dresses, ball gowns or even smart trouser suits. For men, dinner jackets or tuxedos are the norm, but a dark lounge or business suit and tie can be worn as an alternative. For a typical two week cruise there are normally four Black Tie evenings on board.

During the day casual shirts, shorts, trousers and beachwear are ideal.

Smoking & E-cigarette Policy

There are dedicated areas onboard where smoking is permitted. Smoking is not permitted in any public room, inside cabin or on cabin balconies.

Electronic cigarettes, including those which do not emit smoke, are not permitted in public areas but can be used in cabins, balconies and designated areas of the open deck.

Deck Plans

Deck G

  • Medical Centre


Deck F

  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins
  • Reception Desk
  • Garden Court
  • Atrium

Deck E

  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins
  • Launderette
  • Shopping
  • Atrium
  • Queens Court
  • The Penninsular Restaurant
  • Gallery
  • The Oriental Restaurant

Deck Prom

  • Theatre Royal
  • Explorers
  • Shopping
  • Royal Court
  • Atrium
  • Andersons
  • Monte Carlo Club
  • Harlequins
  • Photo Gallery
  • Lord's Tavern
  • Pacific Lounge

Deck D

  • Single Inside Cabins
  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins
  • Deluxe Balcony Cabins
  • Tiffany's
  • Tiffany Court
  • Atrium
  • Sindhu
  • The Thackeray Room
  • Library
  • Crichtons
  • Chaplin's Cinema
  • Sunset Bar
  • Whirlpool Spa
  • Terrace Pool

Deck C

  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins 
  • Deluxe Outside Cabins
  • Launderette

Deck B

  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins
  • Deluxe Balcony Cabins
  • Mini-Suites
  • Suites
  • Wedding Venue

Deck A

  • Inside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins 
  • Launderette

Deck Lido

  • Deck Tennis
  • Whirlpool Spa
  • Oasis Spa
  • Gymnasium
  • Sauna
  • Treatment Rooms
  • Oasis Salon
  • Al Fresco
  • Riviera Bar
  • Riviera Pool
  • Crystal Pool
  • The Conservatory
  • Terrace Bar
  • Beach House

Deck Sun

  • The Crows Nest
  • Bar
  • Cyber Study
  • Medina Room
  • Football and Cricket Nets
  • Golf Nets
  • Deck Quoits
  • Shuffleboard
Accommodation Types


Travel in ultimate style and luxury with our butler-service Suites.

Fully air-conditioned suites enjoy a separate bedroom with two lower beds convertible to queen-size bed. Bathrooms boast a whirlpool bath, shower and WC plus luxurious premier pamper pack, bathrobe & slippers. Additionally there is a useful dressing area with iron & ironing board, trouser press and a hairdryer.

The lounge has a sofa plus table and chairs, a mini stereo, TV, plus radio and telephone, writing desk, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a safe. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your balcony with steamers, chairs and table.r.


Our spacious Mini-Suites come with all the little luxuries you could want from your home from home.

Fully air-conditioned suites enjoy two lower beds convertible to queen-size bed. Bathrooms boast a whirlpool bath, shower, dual sink vanity unit and WC plus luxurious premier pamper pack, bathrobe & slippers. Additionally there is an iron & ironing board, trouser press and a hairdryer.

There is a sofa, chair and table, TV and DVD player, plus radio and telephone, writing desk, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a safe. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your balcony with chairs and table.

Balcony Cabins

There's nothing quite like opening the doors onto your own private balcony.

Fully air-conditioned balcony cabins enjoy two lower beds convertible to queen-size bed. Bathrooms boast a bath with shower or shower, sink, and WC.

There is a chair and table, TV, plus radio and telephone, writing desk, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. There is also a safe for your valuables. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your balcony with reclining chairs and table.

Outside Cabins

These spacious cabins are perfect for passengers who want a more economical way to travel. These air-conditioned outside cabins have two lower beds that are convertible to one king-size bed with wardrobe and drawer space. The bathroom has a shower, or a shower over bath, and a WC. There is a writing desk and TV. Outside cabins may have a window or a porthole.

Inside Cabins

A beautifully designed space to rest your head, Inside Cabins offer a comfortable and economical way to travel.

Fully air-conditioned, they feature two lower beds convertible to one king-size bed. The bathrooms boast a bath with shower or shower only, sink, and WC.

Single Cabins

With the choice of either an inside or outside location, these cabins are perfect for the single traveller.

These beautifully designed cabins feature a single bed, shower, sink, and WC. Outside cabins will have a window or porthole. Inside cabins will have a mirror.

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