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|Expected Passengers||1,904 to 1,904|
|Expected Space Ratio||44|
|Decks with cabins||7|
The Arcadia started sailing in 2005 . Former names: none. The Arcadia is registered in Hamilton, Bermuda. The Arcadia has 952 cabins. 75 percent of the staterooms on board have balconies.
You can expect between 1904 to 1904 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Arcadia has a space ratio of 44 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 44.
The Arcadia has 880 crew members on board. There are 2 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship.
There are 11 decks on this ship. The highest deck number is 11. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 7.
There are 18 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
The ship last drydock was in Feb 2022.
Most modern cruise ships need to be dry docked for inspection, maintenance and class surveys every five years and once they reach 15 years of age they need to be dry docked at least twice within a five-year period. Dry docks typically last up to 14 days at a cost of up to $2 million per day and involve regular maintenance including hull cleaning, exterior painting of the structure, inspection of pipes, restoration of exterior deck flooring, and installation of enhanced HVAC filter systems
24 new cabins were added during the November/December 2013 dry dock. These passenger cabins were added near the Crows Nest on the Sun Deck. The Globe was also enclosed and will be used as a disco after midnight.
Exclusively for adults, Arcadia offers a relaxed pace, stylish surroundings and more than a hint of extravagance to P&O Cruises. Arcadias signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.
During drydock in October 2017 cabins were updated with new sofa beds. Suites, public areas, bars, main dining restaurants and specialty restaurants were updated.
As of April 2019 this is an adult only ship. There are 1050 staterooms total with the largest being the Aft Balcony Suites.
Dining options on board include:
Meridian Restaurant- 2 levels, all 3 meals, complimentary
Ocean Grill Restaurant- dinner only, reservations only, specialty dining by chef Marco Pierre-White
The Belvedere- buffet-style, complimentary, all 3 meals
Neptune Grill- fast food, complimentary
Caffe Vivo- light food, complimentary
East- Asian specialty restaurant, extra charge, reservations required
Nightly entertainment can be found at the Palladium Theater which offers 2 shows nightly as well as daytime games and talk shows. The Crows Nest Lounge has a dance floor, stage for live music, and it also hosts cooking demos, quiz games, and art classes. Guests will have a few options for bars including the Spinnaker Bar, Intermezzo Bar, The Rising Sun Bar, or they can head to the Monte Carlo Casino for a little gambling or the Electra Disco and Nightclub for some high-energy dancing.
There are two pools, called the Aquarius Pool and Neptune Pool, as well as 2 jacuzzis. For a little activity during the day, guests can head to the gymnasium which offers fitness classes, or the jogging track, sports court, and table tennis. For a little relaxation, guests will enjoy the Oasis Spa and Health club which has a Thalassotherapy pool, treatment rooms, steam rooms, and a beauty salon. There is also a Retreat area which has a relaxation room with large wooden floor for yoga, Tai Chi, and ballroom classes.
External Website - www.pocruises.com
|Single sofa bed|
|Single sofa with upper|
|Steel fronted balcony|