P&O Adonia is the smallest of P&O’s ships, carrying  just 710 passengers.

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Passenger capacity: 710
Passenger Decks: 9
Total Cabins: 355
Cabins (Balcony):
Cabins (Outside):
Cabins (Inside):
Draught: 5.90m
Gross Tonnage: 30,300
Restaurants: 3
Bars: 8
Swimming Pools: 2
Spa: Yes
Gym: Yes
Casino: No
Exclusively For Adults: Yes

The size, and the fact that Adonia is exclusively for adults, makes the cruise an intimate experience surrounded by familiar faces. Adonia’s smaller size also makes her able to dock in the smaller ports that larger ships are unable to visit.

With wood-style panelling, a grand staircase and traditional artworks, her ambience and décor are in keeping with the traditions of cruising.

Adonia’s Crow’s Nest offers far reaching views by day and live music by night and Anderson’s bar feels reassuringly British. In her grand lounge, the dance floor plays host to an elegant waltz or cha-cha-cha and its stage presents a wide range of evening entertainment, from shows to classical recitals. There is dining overlooking the wake and evenings with after dinner speakers.

There is a card room with panoramic ocean views, ample sunbathing space and restaurants which include Sorrento, the Ocean Grill and six course silver-service in the elegant Pacific Ocean Dining Room.

75% of P&O Adonia’s staterooms feature a balcony.

The Adonia’s Godmother is Dame Shirley Bassey

P&O Adonia Pictures

P&O Adonia Staterooms

Key features of the P&O Adonia

  • Central atrium with grand staircase
  • 8 bars – including Crow’s Nest and Anderson’s
  • Main restaurant – The Pacific Dining Room
  • Sorrento – fine dining Italian restaurant
  • Ocean Grill – al fresco grill restaurant
  • Food court
  • The Curzon lounge
  • Cyb@centre
  • Library
  • Card room
  • Shops
  • Photo gallery
  • Oasis Spa and Health Club
  • Gymnasium
  • Salon
  • 2 pools and 2 whirlpool spas
  • Golf nets
  • Deck games

P&O Adonia Webcam
P&O Adonia Webcam