First glimpse at P&O Cruises’ spectacular Arvia SkyDome retractable roof.


First glimpse at P&O Cruises’ spectacular Arvia SkyDome retractable roof.

P&O CRUISES has unveiled the first images of its planned SkyDome, a retractable roof. Video has also been released to give cruise passengers a sneak peak at the incredible design.

The SkyDome on P&O’s next ship, Arvia, which will debut in December 2022, is a fantastic feature. For Arvia’s lucky first passengers, the movable roof is intended to immediately become a highlight.

The SkyDome is a novelty for P&O Cruises, and it’s meant to assist guests get the most out of their sun time.

On Arvia’s inaugural voyage to the Caribbean, the magnificent retractable glass roof will be put to good use.

Arvia, which means “from the coast” in Latin, is reflected in every facet of the ship’s design.

On every Arvia journey, the SkyDome will bring visitors even closer to the sea, sky, and shore.

SkyDome will transition from a relaxing pool scene to an entertainment zone at night.

P&O’s famous entertainment will light up the SkyDome each evening, from live music to breathtaking production performances and DJ sets.

On some evenings, the Arvia SkyDome will even show open-air blockbuster movies.

Martin Francis created the SkyDome, which measures a massive 40.96m by 34.24m.

After a day on the beach, guests can relax in Arvia’s stunning infinity pool.

In the winter of 2022/23, Arvia will be exploring the Caribbean with a variety of trips departing from Barbados.

Antigua, Barbados, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, Martinique, St Kitts, St Lucia, and St Maarten are among the islands visited.

Arvia’s first visitors will be spoiled for choice, with everything from jungle hikes to underwater caves and handmade rum.

The bright coral reefs of Antigua dazzle visitors, while the quiet beaches of St Lucia are ideal for relaxing.

Because the island’s waters rarely drop below 26 degrees, St Kitts & Nevis offers visitors a wide range of activities.

The cruises range from a seven-day excursion to a 22-night adventure, allowing tourists to thoroughly immerse themselves in Caribbean culture.

Arvia is also P&O’s second cruise ship to be fueled by liquefied natural gas, a more environmentally friendly option.

Natural gas produces much less carbon and is part of P&O’s commitment to a more environmentally friendly future.

Foodies will have plenty of alternatives in Arvia, with street food options available under the SkyDome.

Although Arvia will offer the SkyDome, it was first seen on Arvia’s sister ship, the Iona, which launched in 2021. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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