P&O Cruises’ next ship will feature a “unique high ropes experience”, a swim-up bar and a new restaurant serving a plant and seafood-led menu.
The line said Arvia, which will be a sister ship to Iona and launch in December 2022, had been designed to “bring guests even closer to the sea, sky and shore”.
The ship’s Altitude Skywalk high ropes course sits 54m above the ocean offers two different options for all ages, while its Altitude Minigolf – a first for the line – comprises nine mini golf challenges is located below.
A swim-up bar and infinity pool with also boast “uninterrupted views” of the ship’s wake and, like its sister vessel, Arvia will also feature a retractable roof SkyDome with dining and entertainment experiences.
Arvia will feature twelve restaurants joined by a further eight more casual places to eat.
Among them is Green & Co featuring Mizuhana, which will serve a plant and seafood-led menu, while Mizuhana sushi bar will be located within Green & Co where guests can watch chefs at work while taking in sea views.
Meanwhile The Oasis Spa onboard will offer new treatments – two couples suites each with a hammam and steam room, a therapeutic cool room, a salt sauna and a Kneipp Walk, which combines a pebble foot massage with hot and cold water treatments.
P&O president Paul Ludlow said: “Arvia is the latest evolution in the P&O Cruises experience, embodying the newest trends in travel, dining and entertainment, and will be the epitome of a sunshine resort sailing year-round to the warmest climates.
“New restaurant Green & Co featuring Mizuhana will have a plant-led menu reflecting the latest trends in vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian dining while Altitude Skywalk and SeaScreen will entertain all ages.
“Arvia’s extraordinary features maximise views of the ocean, seashore and destinations from everywhere on board while guests enjoy the next generation of onboard entertainment.”