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P&O Cruises Ships. Fleet Guide

3 minutes read • May 27th, 2020
P&O Cruises is a British cruise line – part of the Carnival Corporation & plc. The cruise company was founded in 1977. However, its heritage dates back to P&O's first passenger operations in 1837. Together with P&O Cruises Australia, the cruise line boasts the oldest heritage of any cruise company.

P&O Cruises ships

list consists of six cruise liners. Besides, the company has one more vessel under construction. But first things first.
P&O Cruises Ships
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Let’s check the P&O Cruises fleet list.
 

P&O CRUISES FLEET GUIDE

P&O Cruises Ships
P&O Britannia
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Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Departure Port
P&O Aurora* 2000 76,152 1,874 2019 Southampton, England
P&O Arcadia* 2005 84,342 2,094 2017 Southampton, England; Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia; Brisbane, Australia; Hong Kong, China; Dubai, UAE
P&O Ventura 2008 116,017 3,078 2018 Southampton, England
P&O Azura 2010 115,055 3,100 2015 Bridgetown, Barbados; La Valetta, Malta; Tenerife, Canary Islands
P&O Britannia 2015 143,730 3,647 2020 Southampton, England; Bridgetown, Barbados
P&O Iona 2020 184,089 5,200   Southampton, England
 * Aurora and Arcadia operate cruises exclusively for adults
 

P&O CRUISES FUTURE CRUISE SHIPS

  • P&O Arvia
P&O Cruises Ships Photo courtesy of P&O Cruises

Due to enter service: 2022
Class: Excel class
Tonnage: 184,700 GT
Guest Capacity: 5,206 
Departure Port: Southampton, England; Bridgetown, Barbados; St Johns, Antigua

P&O Arvia is expected to join P&O Iona in the cruise line's Excel class in December 2022.

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