Iona Review

Great ship…but sadly the P&O experience is not what it was.

Review for Canary Islands Cruise on Iona
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Oct 2022

Our first P&O cruise since the nastiness passed and our first on Iona, all our previous with P&O, some dozen or so, have been on their older, and smaller ships.

The itinerary to the Canaries, Madeira, and Spain, was selected really just to get us back on a ship, and hopefully some October sun, which we gladly received.

The ship is great…beautifully designed, finished, and indeed beautiful to behold, much more so that some of the other bluff sterned ships in the line.

Cabin Review

Great modern cabin with good floor space.

Small niggles, no shaver/toothbrush socket in the bathroom, and a total lack of drawers.

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