P&O Cruises' Oriana returned to Southampton today after a month-long dry dock refurbishment to transform it into adult-only.
P&O released a video to welcome back the Oriana
The re-fit saw the addition of 27 new cabins and the introduction of an Ocean Grill restaurant by Marco Pierre White.
The multi-million pound overhaul to the ship named by HM The Queen in 1995 also includes the addition of Sorrento, the new Italian restaurant concept launched on Adonia.
The ship now features a newly designed aft deck with bar; refreshed decoration in the public areas and Oasis Spa, now with thermal loungers and a dedicated aerobics floor; and a new look to the Al Fresco Mediterranean cafe.
Oriana departs today on a 17 night Western Mediterranean Christmas and New Year cruise, before departing on a 97 night world cruise on January 5, 2012.
P&O Cruises managing director Carol Marlow said: “It is wonderful to welcome Oriana back into the fleet today with a fresh new look including new cabins, new dining options and all exclusively for adults.
“Oriana is the most established ship in our fleet, having been named by HM The Queen in 1995. Since then she has carried hundreds of thousands of British cruisers all over the world and I know that everyone will be excited to see her after her latest make-over.”
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