Cinema is added to Arcadia

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Arcadia, which was the largest ship in the P&O fleet until Ventura launched this year, is undergoing a major re-fit in preparation for her maiden 101-night Grand Voyage in January.
A whole new section of 34 staterooms with private balconies has been added to the aft of the ship, which is in dock at the Lloydwerft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany. The amount of deck space around the Aquarius pool will be increased, and a larger bar is being built.
Other work being carried out includes the installation of a 30-seat boutique cinema, and more room for the photo gallery.
The ship is having carpets and soft furnishings replaced, and a sprung wooden floor will be added to the gymnasium.
P&O Cruises managing director Nigel Esdale said: “The work that we are undertaking will add to Arcadia’s contemporary charm.

By | 2008-12-02T22:14:04+00:00 2 December 2008|Cruise News|0 Comments

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