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Arvia, Western Mediterranean and Atlantic


We found Arvia was more like a Butlins at sea than a cruise ship.Only managed to get in the main dining rooms once unless we were prepared to wait above an hour for a table for 2. Service in the bars was shocking, 50minutes to get a drink in the club house! No trays in the horizon buffet anymore so had to carry hot food on your plate back to your table.It seems P&O are not interested in regular cruises anymore,just trying to attract families with young children running around in the bars until late at night.Dress code is none existent anymore with people going into dining rooms in flip flops and beach shorts.

Post Date: 02/07/2023
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Graham wrote a review in Aug, 2021
Arcadia is an adult only ship. The crew from the Captain down were excellent and the cabin steward was exceptional. The food was very good at all times and in all restaurants. The morning messages...
Marion wrote a review in Aug, 2021
treated like royalty by staff although in one of the ordinary cabins. staff excellent and destinations wonderful
Nick wrote a review in Aug, 2021
Covid testing excellent, very well organised. Embarking, an absolute fiasco, queing for well over an hour and by the time we were actually on the ship, over two hours. Our acknowledged booking to eat ...
Skelly wrote a review in Aug, 2021
Iona maiden voyage 7th August, one week no ports touring the UK. The weather was not good, not P&O fault but did detract as a UK based holiday. We had a new conservatory mini suite that was absolutely...

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