The P&O Artemis sailed her final cruise in 2011.
For a similar experience to Artemis, look no further then P&O Adonia who, as the fleets smallest ship, was a direct replacement for the Artemis. The Oriana and Arcadia offer an exclusively for adults environment as an alternative to the popular Artemis.
The P&O Artemis has a very unique past as she was the first ship in British history to be named at sea. One of the smallest ship within P&O Cruises' fleet and as such has a friendly, intimate and relaxed atmosphere. Weighing 45,000 tonnes and stretching 757 ft in length, P&O Artemis offered a welcome traditional cruise experience. Artemis was also a unique ship in P & O Cruises' fleet, as she didn't have any inside cabins, only oceanview, balcony and suites.
Artemis navigated the globe on Mediterranean cruises, South America cruises and Baltic Fjord cruises, while offering an adult only experience onboard.
Dine onboard P&O Artemis and be treated to both port and starboard ocean views as you enjoy a range of courses on the delicious menu. The décor of the Main Coral Dining Room sees soft pastels complemented by wonderful paintings. This is a very elegant and classic place to dine. The conservatory provides an alternative to the formality of the Coral Dining Room and sits high atop the ship on the lido deck. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide wonderful ocean views and give the room a light airy feel. Here you can enjoy informal self-service dining with a tempting array of food.
P&O Artemis provides a range of options to make your evening’s onboard fun, exciting and captivating. Artemis’ Festival Theatre is the most frequently used communal area and plays host to solo performances, lectures and cinema showings of classic and modern feature films. The Monte Carlo Casino located on Deck D captures the glamour and buzz of the famed casinos of Las Vegas. Felt gaming tables and red leather chairs deck out this lounge and invite you to try your luck at winning. There are also seven bars providing the best in light refreshments and tasty cocktails. The Horizon Bar located high atop the ship gives passengers great views of the horizon and as the sun begins to set, the warm light pours in through the floor-to-ceiling windows, bathing the room in warm golden light. Starlights Bar is the venue where you can watch the news on a large screen by day and learn to cha cha cha at night! This bar has a superb dance floor that occupies the centre of the room and a low ceiling creating that perfect intimate atmosphere where you can dance the night away.
For those wanting to partake in some physical activities, P&O Artemis has a well-equipped gymnasium offering floor-to-ceiling windows, running machines and free weights. There is also the Riviera pool which is the ideal place to swim a few laps under the gaze of the sun.
Additional features that can be found onboard Artemis include internet access and a range of themed cruises that give you the opportunity to further your interest or start a new hobby. It’s worth doing some research before you go because you may find an opportunity to make your cruise even more special by combining it with a subject close to your heart.
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