Adonia for Kids

Editor Rating:  4.0
62% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Adonia?

  • Small ship with country-house charm
  • Off-the-beaten-track itineraries
  • Adult-only vessel caters to mature Brits
Adonia

Adonia for Families

Editor Rating
Families
1.0
Adonia is strictly an adults-only ship. Try Ventura, Azura, Aurora and Oceana for P&O Cruises' family product.

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52 Adonia Reviews from our Cruise Critic Community

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Bollinger_Babe
Member Since 2007
18 reviews
6 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed February 2016
We have just returned from a fortnight cruising the Caribbean on the Adonia, the baby of the P&O fleet and a lovely little ship that looks like a ship instead of a floating apartment block. We had been on Adonia before, in 2013, and ... Read more
Paleflier
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Having never done a cruise before, I was unsure quite what to expect. However, I have been generally very pleasantly surprised. However, I do have some constructive comments and observations. We were flown out to Bridgetown on ... Read more
m6749
Member Since 2016
2 reviews
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed January 2016
We joined our first P&O cruise in Barbados. We were transferred from the plane to the port in small overcrowded buses, all crammed in with hand luggage on knees, no storage space. Checking into the cruise boat was well organised and we ... Read more
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