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Cumbria Cruise's quick guide to the top 12 Cruise ships sailing from Southampton. We hope you like it.

Cumbria Cruise's quick guide to the top 12 Cruise ships sailing from Southampton. We hope you like it.

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  • Top Cruises from Southampton
  • P&O Cruises – Adonia Sailing to: Mediterranean, Baltic, Fjords, UK and Canary Islands
    • The smallest of P&O Cruises seven ships, Adonia is designed to offer a delightfully intimate cruising experience. Radiating small ship charm, she carries just 710 passengers. What this means is that in no time at all you’ll experience the cruising camaraderie that comes with being surrounded by friendly, familiar faces.
        • 30,300 tons
        • 710 passengers
        • 385 crew
        • Entered service in 2001
        • Adults Only, Small Ship
    • Facilities: 
        • Oasis Spa
        • Salon
        • 2 pools and 2 whirlpool spas
        • Gym
        • Library
        • Photo Gallery
        • Shops
        • 5 Restaurants
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  • P&O Cruises – Arcadia Sailing to: Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Fjords, Baltic, UK, Canada & New England, Caribbean & Atlantic Coast
    • Exclusively for adults, Arcadia offers a relaxed pace, stylish surroundings and more than a hint of extravagance.
            • 83,700 tons
            • 2,016 passengers
            • 880 crew
            • Entered service in 2005
            • Exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship
    • Facilities:
            • Gym
            • Oasis Spa with hydropool and thermal suite
            • Salon
            • 2 pools, 1 with skydome and 5 whirlpool spas
            • Sports court
            • Golf nets
            • Library
            • Photo Gallery
            • Shops
            • 6 restaurants
  • P&O Cruises – Aurora Sailing to: Caribbean, Baltic, Fjords, Mediterranean, Canada & New England
    • Aurora is a mid-sized ship, instantly recognisable thanks to her elegant tiered stern. Like Oriana, Aurora is designed as a classic ocean going vessel and is therefore ideally suited to world cruising.
            • 76,000 tons
            • 1,870 passengers
            • 850 crew
            • Entered service in 2000
            • Family friendly, mid-sized ship
    • Facilities:
            • Gym
            • Oasis Spa
            • Salon
            • 3 pools, 1 with skydome and 4 whirlpool spas
            • Sports Court
            • Golf simulator & golf nets
            • Photo gallery
            • Shops
            • 7 restaurants
  • P&O Cruises – Azura Sailing to: Caribbean, Mediterranean, Fjords, Baltic, Canary Islands
    • Azura is one of the largest ships in the P&O Cruises fleet. She offers an incredible choice of bars, restaurants, sports and spa facilities and entertainment, plus lots of other exciting and unique features.
            • 115,000 tons
            • 3,100 passengers
            • 1,226 crew
            • Entered service in 2010
            • Family-friendly, larger ship
    • Facilities:
            • Oasis Spa with pool and thermal suite
            • Salon
            • 4 pools and 6 whirlpool spas
            • Gym
            • Sports court
            • Golf nets
            • Library
            • Shops
            • Seascreen open air cinema
            • 10 restaurants
  • P&O Cruises – Oriana Sailing to: Fjords, Canary Islands, Baltic, Caribbean, Mediterranean
    • With her signature tiered stern decks, Oriana is an elegant and attractive ship. She has been specifically designed to suit British tastes.
            • 69,000 tons
            • 1,818 passengers
            • 800 crew
            • Entered service in 1995
            • Exclusively for adults, mid-sized ships
    • Facilities:
            • Gym
            • Oasis spa and salon
            • 3 pools, 1 paddling pool, and 5 whirlpool spas
            • Sports court
            • Golf nets
            • Football and cricket nets
            • Deck tennis
            • Library
            • [email_address]
            • Photo and Art Gallery
            • Shops
            • 7 restaurants
  • P&O Cruises – Oceana Sailing to: Caribbean, Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Fjords, Atlantic Coast & Belgium  
    • Oceana is a mid-sized ship with a particularly stunning atrium that creates a real ‘wow’. Her bars, restaurants, shops and lounges have been designed to flow seamlessly through the ship and this makes for a sociable and informal atmosphere.
            • 77,000 tons
            • 2,016 passengers
            • 870 crew
            • Entered service in 2000
            • Family-friendly, mid-sized ship
    • Facilities:
            • Gym
            • Oasis Spa and salon
            • 4 pools and 6 whirlpool spas
            • Sauna
            • Sports court
            • Table tennis
            • Library
            • Card Room
            • Photo Gallery
            • Shops
            • 7 restaurants
  • P&O Cruises – Ventura Sailing to: Caribbean, Belgium, Mediterranean, Canary Islands, Atlantic Coast & Fjords
    • Ventura and Azura are the largest ships in the P&O Cruises fleet and on board Ventura you’ll find an incredible choice of facilities. From bars, restaurants, a sports court, spa and theatre, Venture also has a number of exciting features that are exclusively hers.
            • 115,000 tons
            • 3,078 passengers
            • 1,226 crew
            • Entered service in 2008
            • Family-friendly, larger ship
    • Facilities:
            • Gym
            • Oasis Spa with endless pool and thermal suite
            • Salon
            • 4 pools, 1 with skydome and 6 whirlpool spas
            • Sports Court
            • Golf nets
            • Library and book shop
            • [email_address]
            • Whitewall art gallery
            • Art collection of 7,000 pieces
            • Photo Gallery
            • Shops
            • 9 restaurants
  • Royal Caribbean International – Independence of the Seas Sailing to: Mediterranean, Canary Islands & Europe 
    • Independence of the Seas has every imaginable onboard facility to ensure your holiday is truly out of this world. If you’ve ever fancied surfing, now’s your chance, with Royal Caribbean’s amazing FlowRider. Rather take it easy? Then soak up the rays and the view in our above-the-sea whirlpools. With our incredible H2O Zone waterpark and Royal Promenade, with its enticing shops and cafes, you might not want to leave!
            • 154,407 tons
            • 4,375 passengers
            • 1,360 crew
            • Entered service in 2008
            • Freedom Class Ship
    • Facilities:
            • FlowRider
            • Rock climbing wall
            • H2O Zone
            • Ice Rink
            • Shops
            • Library
            • Challenger’s Arcade
            • Spa
            • Salon
            • 7 Restaurants
  • Cunard Line – Queen Mary 2 Sailing to: North America & Canada, Transatlantic, Mediterranean, Caribbean
    • Queen Mary 2 is the most magnificent luxury ocean liner ever built. Here every detail harkens to the Golden Age of Ocean Travel, while providing one of the most modern luxury cruise travel experiences on earth. From bow to stern, discover 14 spacious decks on which to relax and unwind; to indulge in pleasures and pursuits you never normally have time for. Opulent public areas, extravagant dining rooms, ballrooms, theatres, lounges…even the only Planetarium at sea. But words can only do such a lady so much justice.
            • 151,400 tons
            • 2,620 passengers
            • 1,253 crew
            • Entered service in 2008
    • Facilities:
      • Canyon Ranch spa club Table tennis
      • The Zone/The Play Zone for children Tennis court
      • Bookshop Video arcade Basketball Court
      • Library Kennels Putting green & 2 golf simulators
      • Hospital Gym Largest jogging track at sea
      • Launderette 5 swimming pools Shuffleboard
      • Gallery 8 jacuzzis
      • Planetarium Basketball Court
  • Princess Cruises – Grand Princess Sailing to: Caribbean & Mediterranean
    • Newly enhanced with Princess’ latest innovations, Grand Princess continues to offer the signature service for which Princess Cruises is renowned. Along with the signature features like Movies Under the Stars, the Italian-inspired Piazza and The Sanctuary, fresh venues onboard offer new ways to help you escape completely. Sip on a variety of soothing teas at Leaves Tea Lounge & Library, or enjoy hand-tossed pizza in Alfredo’s, our full service pizzeria. Plus, the new nightclub, The One5, provides a vibrant ambience to dance the night away.
            • 109,000 tons
            • 2,590 passengers
            • 935ft in length
            • Entered service in 1998
            • Major Refit 2011
    • Facilities:
    • Movies Under the Stars Library & writing room
    • Atlantis Casino Calypso Reef and Pool
    • The One5 Neptune’s Reef and Pool
    • Lotus Spa Terrace Pool
    • Jogging Track
    • Oasis bar & hot tubs
    • Boutiques
  • Cunard Line – Queen Victoria Sailing to: Mediterranean, Mexico, Caribbean, Northern Europe, Iberia and Canary Islands
    • Queen Victoria, also known as QV, is a true Cunarder – with all the regal, breathtaking splendour you would imagine from a luxury Cunard ocean liner, combined with an airy, contemporary ambience. As you embark, you’ll encounter the dramatic three-tier Grand Lobby, whose magnificent staircase and eye-catching artwork offers an exceptional taste of life aboard this ship.
            •   90,000 tons
            • 1,990 passengers
            • 1,003 crew
            • Entered service in 2007
    • Facilities:
            • The Royal Spa
            • Royal Court Theatre
            • Cunardia museum
            • The Grills
            • Queens Room
            • Library
  • Celebrity Cruises – Celebrity Eclipse Sailing to: Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Caribbean & Iceland
    • Celebrity Eclipse has dazzled and amazed even the most well-travelled cruisers. Liker her Solstice Class sisters before her, Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Equinox, she showcases spectacular vistas with 85% of all staterooms having sweeping veranda views. Celebrity Eclipse hosts Qsine, a dining venue with a unique and playful approach to familiar dishes from around the world, and Celebrity iLounge, a hip, modern Internet café offering guests what they have asked for – easy access to the Internet, inspiring classes and latest tech gadgets. Add the fresh green grass on the top deck’s Lawn Club and the incredibly pampering services in AquaSpa, and you may never want to set foot on land again.
            • 122,000 tons
            • 2,850 passengers
            • Entered Service in 2010
    • Facilities:
            • AquaSpa
            • Gym
            • Celebrity iLounge
            • Basketball court
            • Video Arcade
            • The Lawn Club
    • Find out more about cruises from Southampton or cruise deals on our website.