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Aurora
Ranked #1 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
65% Loved It
  • Traditional P&O experience with updated attractions
  • Relaxed atmosphere and easy layout
  • Elegant and welcoming public rooms
  • Launched: 2000;  Passengers: 2,000
Azura
Ranked #2 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
64% Loved It
  • Traditional British cruising with a modern twist
  • Adults-only areas including The Retreat
  • Children's clubs and Noddy onboard
  • Launched: 2010;  Passengers: 3,096
Ventura
Ranked #3 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
63% Loved It
  • Expansive kids facility
  • Recent multi-million pound makeover
  • Dine at new molecular gastronomy restaurant Epicurean
  • Launched: 2008;  Passengers: 3,080
Oriana
Ranked #1 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
61% Loved It
  • The best of British through and through
  • A mid-sized ship that's not too overwhelming for first-timers
  • Adult-only vessel catering for a more mature crowd
  • Launched: 1995;  Passengers: 1800
Arcadia
Ranked #2 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
58% Loved It
  • Pro: Adult-only vessel that's great for couples, singles and groups of friends
  • Con: There's no ballroom and limited space for dance enthusiasts
  • Bottom Line: Mid-sized traditional vessel aimed at the British market that recently has had a £34 million refurbishment
  • Launched: 2005;  Passengers: 2,094
Oceana
Ranked #3 of 8 P&O Cruises Ships
58% Loved It
  • Pro: Informal atmosphere; family friendly; quality food and wine; new Cafe Jardin bistro
  • Con: Some cabins need refurb; some balconies in shade; entertainment variable
  • Bottom line: Medium sized ship with contemporary atmosphere appealing to all ages
  • Launched: 2000;  Passengers: 2,016
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