Arvia in the Caribbean- February to April 2023
Alan Port | April 10, 2023 | P&O Cruises | Arvia
We have recently returned from an extended cruise on this amazing ship. We extended our original 22 night booking by 14 days as we had to cancel an earlier cruise for family reasons. This meant moving cabins after the first fortnight which was completed easily after 12 days on a sea day. With a couple of minor issues, the crew were amazing as was the food in the main restaurants. We also enjoyed meals in some of the speciality restaurants.
Arvia is a very large ship with so many places to go and should appeal to a wide range of people. Not everyone will enjoy all aspects of the ship but there is generally something for most people. Sadly a small number of people will complain about something and the usual few were there to chat continuously through theatre performances and walk out before the lights come up at the end of the show. (That’s my moan over).
We definitely enjoyed our time on Arvia and would not hesitate to book a further cruise on her if the itinerary was right for us.
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