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Launched in 1984 as the Royal Princess, the P& O Cruises Artemis continues to pay homage to the ship's original Godmother, Princess Diana. Artemis is the Greek equivalent of the Roman goddess Diana. During the christening, Princess Diana added an air of grace and style that remain undiminished to this day. This ship was the first mainstream ship to have all outside view cabins, and a sea view is never far from sight; not only do all cabins have a large window or balcony, but there are windows in all public spaces. The ship caters mostly to British passengers, and its on board currency is the British pound.

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  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Lindsey Baldwin

    53 8 Canaries Explorer

    First of all there doesn’t seem to be many reviews about the Artemis, so I would assume the majority of P and O cruise goers prefer the larger ladies like Arcadia, Oriana more

    30 users found this review helpful.
  • Sandra Hedges

    53 5 Canaries Explorer

    My husband and myself booked this cruise with another two couples, one of which we have cruised with three times previously and the other two were very old friends who. We more

    32 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:P&O Cruises
  • Capacity (double occupancy):1118
  • Builder:Wartsila
  • Full Capacity:1260
  • Inaugurated:1984
  • Space Ratio:40.2 / 35.7
  • Gross Tonnage:45,000gt
  • Crew:537
  • Length:789 ft. / 24 m