We chose this cruise as it had been 2019 since our last cruise. Embarkation was great. It only took us less than 20 minutes from the time we arrived at the passenger terminal til the time that we were on the ship. Our only criticism of the boarding process was the fact that P&O did not require proof of our covid status. This means that guests could board with Covid-19.
Despite the fact that this ship was in dry dock and given a revamp, very little has been done to the ship compared to when it was the Golden Princess. Once you board you will see that the decor of the ship looks quite old and outdated.
The ship has had a coat of of paint and a name change. P&O have added the water slides, The Edge adventure area on the top deck and the Byron Beach Club. A couple of bar areas have been revamped and or added such as the Adventure Hotel and the Blue Room. The carpets, internal and external fixtures are all the same as the Golden Princess.
Good space for 2 people. No USB ports and only one double 240 volt power point.
Decor is very outdated, like something from the 1980’s and the decor is like something out of the Golden Girls.
Good place to visit, plenty to do