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P&O Cruises announce the name of their brand new ship!

P&O Cruises announce the name of their brand new ship!

After the arrival of P&O Cruises Iona, we’ve all been waiting patiently to find out the name of their brand new ship, due to launch in December 2022. Today (18.02.2021) we have found out that the brand new ship will be called…

Arvia

P&O Cruises has released a video to coincide with the announcement to get us even more excited about the brand new ship;

Arvia, meaning “from the seashore”, will be the second LNG-powered Excel ship in the fleet alongside Iona. Her design will celebrate the stunning views of the ocean and seashore.

P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: ” Arvia will join Iona as an innovative future-focused ship offering an outstanding, varied and contemporary holiday. Arvia has been designed to travel to the sun year-round and to maximised views on the ocean and the seashore from everywhere on board, so it seemed a very fitting name and one which will reflect the experience for guests onboard.

“The seashore is known for its relaxing properties and tranquillity and a holiday on Arvia will, indeed, celebrate this and have relaxation at its heart. The rejuvenating and restorative qualities of a walk on the beach and invigorating sea air will be reflected in the experiences both onboard and onshore as well as the vast space onboard which has enabled us to include a number of new and extraordinary features.”

Arvia is due to go on sale next month so keep your eyes peeled and get ready to cruise onboard P&O Cruises brand new ship.

So what do you think of the name of the brand new ship? Will you be booking your place onboard as soon as it goes on sale? Let us know in the comments below.

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