Passengers lucky enough to be onboard the P&O Cruises
ship Ventura when it sets sail for the first time in April 2008 will be among those enjoying the great British feel that the liner will have.P&O Cruises
has announced that fine dining, family entertainment and contemporary art on board will all have a distinctly British flavour, aimed at British cruise guests.
"Ventura will take the contemporary cruise experience to the next level," said David Dingle, P&O Cruises' managing director.
"Her stylish interior and range of facilities will appeal to people who might not have previously considered a cruise holiday, as well as those who enjoy cruising on big, modern ships."
Marco Pierre White, the first British chef to win the incredible accolade of three Michelin stars, will create a signature menu for his on-board restaurant, The White Room.
The children's area will feature a character synonymous with Britain and a British childhood, Noddy. The loveable character will make a number of special breakfast appearances, as well as appearing at a number of playtimes.
Finally, the British feel will be capped off with a series of special art cruises in association with Tate Modern, featuring art lessons, seminars, and presentations.P&O Cruises
was recently named Favourite Cruise Line at the British Travel Awards.
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