P&O Cruises’ second Excel-class ship, which is able to be a part of the fleet in December 2022, will probably be named Arvia.
That means “from the seashore,” the ship will probably be Iona’s sister ship, with voyages occurring sale subsequent month.
P&O Cruises President Paul Ludlow mentioned: “Arvia will be a part of Iona as an revolutionary and future-focused ship providing distinctive, assorted and up to date holidays.
“Arvia has been designed to journey within the solar year-round and to maximise views of the ocean and shoreline from anyplace on board, so it appeared like a really applicable identify and one that can replicate the visitor expertise on board.”
He added: “The seashore is thought for its enjoyable properties and its tranquility and a vacation in Arvia will certainly rejoice this and have leisure of their coronary heart.
“The rejuvenating and restorative qualities of a stroll alongside the seashore and the invigorating sea air will probably be mirrored within the experiences each on board and on land, in addition to within the huge area on board that has allowed us to incorporate a variety of extraordinary new options. “
The 184,700-ton ship’s identify was unveiled by way of a video reveal comprised of outlining the letters of the identify in a number of totally different places, all associated to the seashore and shoreline.