P & O World Voyages
P&O World Voyages are commonly mistaken for the locally based P&O Cruises Australia. The main difference is that P&O World Voyages are distinctly British. Features include tea and coffee facilities in your cabin and exclusive specialty restaurants by top chefs from the United Kingdom.
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Arcadia is exclusively for adults and offers a relaxed pace, stylish surroundings and adds more than a hint of extravagance to P&O cruises. Arcadia has a sophisticated air. Signature features include exterior glass-fronted lifts and an expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art. The Arcadia also has restaurants, a crow’s nest bar, live comedy, a poolside grill and spa.
Wheelchair accessibility is good throughout the Arcadia. Ten decks are available to all passengers to watch the world as it passes. With a total of 1,032 cabins, all customers can find suitable accommodation on the Arcadia, which prides herself on the full service.