Caribbean and Azores from Southampton, 22 February 2019 (28 nights)

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Depart Date:
22nd February 2019
28 nights | View itinerary
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Cruise Type:
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£1,647 pp
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£1,999 pp
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£4,299 pp
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£9,631 pp
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Holiday Features

Oriana: Elegant, timeless & Adult Only.
Farewell voyages on sale now, as Oriana leaves the P&O cruise fleet in July 2019.

  • One of the smallest ships in the P&O fleet
  • Ensuite stateroom accommodation
  • Traditional dining and snacks onboard
  • 24 hour complimentary (standard) room service
  • Continental Breakfast in your cabin
  • West End/Broadway style shows
  • Gymnasium, Pools & Fitness Centre
  • 6 Dining areas inc Sindhu restaurant
  • Cinema for latest feature films
  • All port taxes and fees
  • Sports Court and Golf nets
Oriana has recently undergone an extensive refit by Richmond International.  
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Southampton PM
2-7 At Sea - Transatlantic
8-9 Hamilton AM PM
10-11 At Sea
12 Nassau
Lively Nassau blends a contemporary and cosmopolitan mood with delightful echoes of colonial charm. During your visit you can sightsee elegant buildings of Parliament Square, shop on the immaculate waterfront Bay Street for duty-free bargains
13 At Sea
14 Grand Turk
Grand Turk
Grand Turk is the administrative and political capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands and Cockburn Town has been the seat of government since 1766. This small island is bursting with turn-of-the-century Caribbean charm.
15 At Sea
15 Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
The island of St Maarten is peacefully divided into the Dutch and French state. Philipsburg, the Dutch capital, offers fantastic stores and boutiques as well as fine beers.
16 St. John's, Antigua
St. John's, Antigua
You will fall in love with this secluded island…a true paradise with 365 white sandy beaches (one for every day of the year), gingerbread architecture and hummingbirds. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard National Park to explore restores naval buildings, nautical museums and lush tropical vegetation. Then head to Montserrat, from here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the active Soufriere Hills volcano. You will be charmed by the local pottery, the great shops, the delicious Antiguan food and the friendliness of the local people. For those of you that like snorkelling, the sheltered bay on Bird Island is a must. Surrounded by a wall of coral reef, Antigua will inspire and excite you.
17 Castries, St. Lucia
Castries, St. Lucia
This picturesque island is an enchanting blend of lush rainforests, banana plantations, green mountains, sandy beaches and amazing wildlife.
18 Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Barbados will delight you with its fine beaches, body-heat waters, calypso rhythms and perfect climate. You will love the friendliness of the welcoming, easygoing and laid back local people.
19-23 At Sea - Transatlantic
25 Praia da Vitoria AM PM
26-28 At Sea - 3 days
29 Southampton AM

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Customer reviews for Oriana

  • Oriana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 19 Nov 2018

Very disappointing cruise We won’t sail with P@O again

  • Oriana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 18 Nov 2018

Had a 18 night cruise to the western med and as the curates egg you could say it was "good in places" We found the staff were either really nice and very friendly or seemed not to care at all, particularly in the dining hall (freedom dining), when for the most part we felt hurried and our plates cleared away very early, even when the restaurant was half empty you felt you mustn't linger, efficient but cold. Also in general the food was okay but not exceptional, with the exception of the Sindhu Indian restaurant, which you paid extra for but the food and service was sublime. With regard to the entertainment, again this was either excellent or very disappointing. I should explain what I mean. Firstly and not only P & Q is guilty here, I find that in areas where you might wish to meet people or friends for a catch up, have a drink with a little background music to set the scene, mostly you get music that is so loud that you cannot speak at all until the music pauses between songs. In the same venue (Crows Nest) we had a very good "Impromptu Duo" that played very well with the girl singer having a beautiful voice, this was amplified traditionally, which meant although not loud at all, if you wish to move a little further away you could still enjoy the music whilst chatting to your friends. Conversely when the house band played in the same venue, not only were they a lot louder but it was piped through all the speakers in the room, meaning there wasn't any area`s that you could escape and chat without leaving the bar. Let me just say I love loud music, if its in a concert situation! For example in the theatre there was a group called the Headliners that we saw twice, once for soul music the other a Queen tribute and they were loud and excellent, the difference being no one expected to have any conversations in this type of venue therefore louder the better (almost)! Also as possibly being an October cruise and therefor mainly retired or older guests (I am 70) it seems expected that the guests must only like 50`s and 60`s music! I am not asking for hip hop or grime music but surely not everyone that has lived through that period wishes to remain stuck in it. It would be nice to show a little adventurism with the chosen music, even if restricted to certain venues. Finally for me the sail away from Cadiz being the last port before returning to Southampton was deemed a British Sail Away and due to inclement weather this was held in the Crows Nest, we went to check it out but "My old Mans a Dustman" and waving flags whilst sitting down was too much like an old peoples care home visit.Sorry I have no wish to offend anyone who was there and loved it, it may just be me but I found it rather sad and a little patronising. This is possibly just personal choices but if you are to review anything what else can it be but your own personal choices, I think the entertainment staff were pretty good in general. Luckily we were with old friends and still managed to enjoy ourselves and the nice people and staff we met whilst travelling.

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  • Oriana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 31 Oct 2018

Good ship on a delightful itinerary. However, for a company that claims to be passionate about food I would say that their passion is (mis)directed solely to the appearance of it. Plate-appeal is everything, making the horribly overcooked food look ever so pretty. That said, clearly not all the food is overcooked and breakfast, while unadventurous, is very good - similarly with the cold buffet at lunch.

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