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Arcadia and Oceana to be refitted 

P&O Cruises has announced details of multi-million pound refits for two of its ships – Arcadia and Oceana.

For Arcadia, interior design practice RPW Design have been employed to update and improve cabins, suites, public areas, bars, main dining restaurants and fine dining restaurants.

Highlights of the refit include the Aquarius pool and bar, Atrium/Reception, Oasis Spa, Intermezzo cocktail and champagne bar, Belvedere Buffet, Piano Bar and the Rising Sun pub.

Arcadia will undergo its refit in Hamburg in preparation for Christmas cruises and her 99-night World Cruise, which departs from Southampton on 9 January 2018.

Arcadia’s first cruise after her refit will be a three-night Belgium cruise round trip from Southampton departing on 15 November 2017.

Oceana will enter dry dock in Hamburg at the end of November, when she will be updated and refreshed.

Highlights of the refit include changes to the suites, cabins, public spaces, Atrium, Plaza Buffet, Yacht & Compass, Magnums Winner’s Bar, youth spaces, Terrace Bar and the Spa and Gym.

Following her refit, Oceana will embark on a 12-night Canary Islands & Portugal cruise round trip from Southampton departing on 17 December 2017.

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