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Sister ship to Iona coming in 2022?

I’m at the Peninsular Club cocktail party and the Captain is regaling us with stories and titbits. He was talking about the arrival of Iona and he mentioned that two years after her arrival, P&O will get a sister ship. No real details yet, of course, but apparently coming in 2022. Apologies if this is […]

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Iona Deckplans

P&O have just revealed the deckplans for their 2020 new ship, Iona – I’ve attached the PDF below. As I’ve been saying for a while, they are very similar to those for AIDAnova, the first of the big LNG ships to go into service (in a couple of months or so, I believe). Of course […]

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I imagine that everyone has heard this by now – I’ve received about half-a-dozen emails about it this morning – but here goes anyway. P&O have announced that Iona will spend her first season cruising in the fjords. That will be from May 2020, and will continue through the summer. The information we’ve got is […]

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(Update: well, I made a mess of the first version of this…. I was comparing the news about Iona with the wrong AIDA ship! Now revised.) P&O continue to drip-feed bits of information about their new ship, Iona, which will join the fleet sometime in 2020. They released some information about the Grand Atrium a […]

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P&O have released some more teaser information about Iona. She’ll be their next mega-ship, due to join the fleet sometime in 2020. I’ve done some posts about her probable overall layout because she will be a close relation to other ships for which we already have details, but of course there will be differences in […]

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P&O Iona

Well, I was wrong – the new ship will not be called Olympia. As everyone knows by now, her name will be Iona. That’s a nice name, and it trips off the tongue, but of course there’s no echo of P&O heritage there at all. But never mind. P&O have issued a fly-around animation of […]

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