With its teak decks and art deco style interiors, the 10-deck Oriana appeals to all generations and has a modern, yet authentic ambiance. In 2006, the 69,000-ton, 1,818-passenger ship was given a bit of a revamp and some of the interior spaces and cabins were given an update, with more children's facilities being added. P&O Cruises' Oriana joined the fleet in 1995, she was named by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Kids have the use of colourful play areas from the 'Peter Pans' and' Decibels' for the younger children to the 'Outer Space' teen chill out area, there's also a night nursery on board. Oriana has 914 cabins, 594 outside cabins, eight suites, 16 mini-suites and eight specially designed disabled cabins, plus there's also a wedding chapel so couples have the option of getting married at sea.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
13 1 Western Mediterranean21 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise, we departed from Southampton, and sailed around the Mediterranean. There were four of us, me(13), my brother(10), and my mum and dad. We...read more
14 2 Western Mediterranean7 users found this review helpful.
We cast off onboard Oriana for a family holiday in 2004. We had been on a cruise the year before onboard Oceana and had a thoroughly good time. The cruising...read more
52 3 Norwegian Fjords9 users found this review helpful.
I had seen Oriana from the outside many times as I live in Gibraltar and she often visits here. We wanted a big ship and we chose this one as the Fjords is a place we wanted to...read more
68 8 Canaries Islands49 users found this review helpful.
Promised I would write a review so here goes. Advance apologies if anyone finds my opinions different to theirs! General Info: This was our eighth...read more