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Inside

Inside PF

Inside PC

Inside PB

Inside PE

Inside PA

Larger Inside OA

Inside PD

Ocean View

Sea view (outside) LF

Sea view (outside) LC

Sea view (outside) LB

Balcony

Balcony GF

Balcony GC

Balcony GB

Balcony GA

Balcony (smaller) GZ

Balcony GE

Balcony Deluxe EF

Balcony Deluxe EE

Balcony Deluxe EB

Balcony GD

Balcony Deluxe EA

Suite

Conservatory Mini Suite CZ

Conservatory Mini Suite CY

Conservatory Mini Suite CW

Conservatory Mini Suite CV

Family Suite BA

Suite B5

Suite B6

Suite B4

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Which cruise cabin is the best to book? If you are wondering what type of stateroom to book, don't worry, with our quick cabin guide we'll try to help you book the cabin that best suits you. Our cruise specialised agents are also here to help you book the perfect cabin for you.

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You need to make as many bookings as staterooms needed. If you prefer you can call us and speak to our cruise specialised agents. 020 3636 9656

Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Bridgetown (Barbados)
Day 2 Bridgetown (Barbados)
Day 3 at sea
Day 4 Martinique (Fort de France)
Day 5 St. Kitts (Basseterre)
Day 6 Tortola (Virgin Islands)
Day 7 at sea
Day 8 St. Martin (Philipsburg)
Day 9 Antigua (St. John's)
Day 10 Antigua (St. John's)
Day 11 at sea
Day 12 Santa Lucia (Castries)
Day 13 Grenada (Antilles)
Day 14 at sea
Day 15 Bridgetown (Barbados)
Caribbean Fly-Cruise Cruise itinerary  - PO Cruises

Caribbean Fly-Cruise

14 nights Cruise on Arvia. Sailing from Bridgetown (Barbados), visiting Bridgetown (Barbados), Martinique (Fort de France), St. Kitts (Basseterre), Tortola (Virgin Islands), St. Martin (Philipsburg), Antigua (St. John's), Antigua (St. John's), Santa Lucia (Castries), Grenada (Antilles), ending in Bridgetown (Barbados).

Caribbean Fly-Cruise Cruise itinerary  - PO Cruises
Caribbean Fly-Cruise Cruise itinerary  - PO Cruises

Bridgetown (Barbados)

Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of the nation of Barbados. The Bridgetown port, found along Carlisle Bay lies on the southwestern coast of the island. Bridgetown is a major West Indies tourist destination, and the city acts as an important financial, informatics, convention centre, and cruise ship port of call in the Caribbean region. Bridgetown´s centre was originally composed of a swamp, which was quickly drained and filled-in to make way for the city´s early development. At the heart of Bridgetown is the Careenage and Constitution River.This body of water provides the city with direct access from medium sized yachts or small craft boats. Although moderately shallow, the Careenage slices Bridgetown into two parts. During the rainy season the Constitution River flows into the Careenage area and acts as an outflow for water from the islands interior storm drainage network. Flowing into the Carlisle Bay on the southwest coast of the island, the Careenage can be observed as a marina for boaters entering or exiting the inner basin located directly in front of the Parliament buildings of Barbados. In the centre lies the main street of Bridgetown which is Broad Street which runs directly through the centre of the city. Broad Street passes the Parliament Buildings and serves as the centre of city´s shopping area.

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Bridgetown (Barbados)

Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of the nation of Barbados. The Bridgetown port, found along Carlisle Bay lies on the southwestern coast of the island. Bridgetown is a major West Indies tourist destination, and the city acts as an important financial, informatics, convention centre, and cruise ship port of call in the Caribbean region. Bridgetown´s centre was originally composed of a swamp, which was quickly drained and filled-in to make way for the city´s early development. At the heart of Bridgetown is the Careenage and Constitution River.This body of water provides the city with direct access from medium sized yachts or small craft boats. Although moderately shallow, the Careenage slices Bridgetown into two parts. During the rainy season the Constitution River flows into the Careenage area and acts as an outflow for water from the islands interior storm drainage network. Flowing into the Carlisle Bay on the southwest coast of the island, the Careenage can be observed as a marina for boaters entering or exiting the inner basin located directly in front of the Parliament buildings of Barbados. In the centre lies the main street of Bridgetown which is Broad Street which runs directly through the centre of the city. Broad Street passes the Parliament Buildings and serves as the centre of city´s shopping area.

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Martinique (Fort de France)

Nowadays, Fort-de-France is the capital of Martinique which is located in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean with a background of green mountains... It is picturesque city, with it's french side very pronunced, ideal to go gift shopping, or going for lunch to a terrace of a small cafe. There is also a Central Park, with the gardens full of flowers and fountains, he historic Fort of St. Luis, the Cathedral and the Library. In the island you can find buildings such as the Paul Gaugin Memorial, the Museum of the Empress Josephine, Napoleons wife and the Museum of Art of Shells. The tourists that are hiking fans can climb the Bare Mountain.

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St. Kitts (Basseterre)

Basse Terre is the Capital city of Guadeloupe, an overseas region and department of France located in the Lesser Antilles.The city of Basse-Terre is located on Basse Terre Island, the western half of Guadeloupe. Although it is the administrative capital of Guadeloupe, Basse-Terre is only the second largest city in Guadeloupe. ContentsBasse Terre lies at a transitional point between a tropical rainforest climate and a tropical monsoon climate.In town is the Cathedralof Saint Pierre et Saint Paul, a 19th century building which has a notable grey stone highlighted by white statues; many other colonial buildings; La place du Champ d´Arbaud, the main square and Le Jardin Pichon, the park adjoining to the south & the Zoological and Botanical Park lies on a 1,500 foot hilltop garden on the banks of La Rivière-aux-Herbes. This is a reserve of the plants and animals of Guadeloupe.

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Tortola (Virgin Islands)

Tortola is the biggest and most important of the Virgin Islands. Stands out for its huge and stunning beaches, commerces, restaurants and the particular charms of Road Town which is the capital.

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St. Martin (Philipsburg)

Philipsburg is the main town and capital of the country of Sint Maarten. The town is situated on a narrow stretch of land between Great Bay and the Great Salt Pond. The island is located around 240 kilometers east of Puerto Rico. It's great importance is that it an international commercial port. St. Maarten has suffered in recent years a strong population growth due to the strong development of tourism. The leading immigration of Haitian, French and Dominican descents.

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Antigua (St. John's)

The Lesser Antilles (also known as the Caribbees) are a long, partly volcanic island arc in the Caribbean Sea. Most of its islands form the eastern boundary of the Caribbean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean, with the remainder located in the southern Caribbean just north of South America. The Lesser Antilles and the Greater Antilles compose the (or the Caribbean in its narrowest definition), which together with the Lucayan Archipielago comprise the West Indies.The islands of the Lesser Antilles are divided into three groups. The two main groups are the Windward Islands in the south and the Leeward Islands in the north. The third group is the Leeward Antilles in the west. These consist of the Dutch ABC islands just off the coast of Venezuela, plus a group of Venezuelan islands.

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Antigua (St. John's)

The Lesser Antilles (also known as the Caribbees) are a long, partly volcanic island arc in the Caribbean Sea. Most of its islands form the eastern boundary of the Caribbean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean, with the remainder located in the southern Caribbean just north of South America. The Lesser Antilles and the Greater Antilles compose the (or the Caribbean in its narrowest definition), which together with the Lucayan Archipielago comprise the West Indies.The islands of the Lesser Antilles are divided into three groups. The two main groups are the Windward Islands in the south and the Leeward Islands in the north. The third group is the Leeward Antilles in the west. These consist of the Dutch ABC islands just off the coast of Venezuela, plus a group of Venezuelan islands.

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Santa Lucia (Castries)

Volcanic island, located at the south east of the Caribbean. Surrounded by hills, its large, safe harbor at the head of a wide bay is a constant hive of activity. Castries is a major port of call for cruise ships, that dock at Pointe Seraphine. The islands population is around 140.000, the mayority are catholic africans. The oficial language is english although they also speak a french dialect (french patois). the capital and principal port is Castries. Its economy is based on agriculture, some industry and a growing tourism, and has good internal communications networks and airports. The island was discovered by the Spanish in 1500 and in 1660 a permanent French colonywas established, its control was contested between French and English until 1814 passed into British hands. The island gained independence within the Commonwealth in 1979.

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Grenada (Antilles)

Located on the southeast of the caribbean sea, to the north of Trinidad and Tobago, northeast of Venezuela and south of Saint Vincent. The island named Grenada is the biggest of the country. The smaller islands called Grenadines are Carriacou, Petit Martinique, Ronde Island, Caille Island, Diamond Island, Large Island, Saline Island, and Frigate Island.

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Bridgetown (Barbados)

Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of the nation of Barbados. The Bridgetown port, found along Carlisle Bay lies on the southwestern coast of the island. Bridgetown is a major West Indies tourist destination, and the city acts as an important financial, informatics, convention centre, and cruise ship port of call in the Caribbean region. Bridgetown´s centre was originally composed of a swamp, which was quickly drained and filled-in to make way for the city´s early development. At the heart of Bridgetown is the Careenage and Constitution River.This body of water provides the city with direct access from medium sized yachts or small craft boats. Although moderately shallow, the Careenage slices Bridgetown into two parts. During the rainy season the Constitution River flows into the Careenage area and acts as an outflow for water from the islands interior storm drainage network. Flowing into the Carlisle Bay on the southwest coast of the island, the Careenage can be observed as a marina for boaters entering or exiting the inner basin located directly in front of the Parliament buildings of Barbados. In the centre lies the main street of Bridgetown which is Broad Street which runs directly through the centre of the city. Broad Street passes the Parliament Buildings and serves as the centre of city´s shopping area.

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The ship: Arvia

New ship Arvia
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This ship has relaxation at its heart, with an impressive skydome ideal to relax, dine and be entertained day and night whatever the weather

 Just like Iona, Arvia is another Excel class ship with comfortable lovely cabins & Suites, great restaurants and bars  and superb entertainment. Discover the amazing destinations where Arvia will be heading. Sail around the Caribbean or the Mediterranean and enjoy the sun from Arvia’s unique SkyDome.Relax and re-energise with entertainment and activities for the whole family, from cinema screenings and live music to a brand new activity zone, Altitude. Arvia will be powered by liquefied natural gas; with significantly reduced carbon emissions.  

Inaugurated 2022
Beam 42 m.
Length 377 m.
Tonnage 184000 tn.
Occupancy 5200
Ratio tonnage/passengers Very good 35:1
Number of decks 19
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What's included onboard?

Service Charges Included. Tipping isn't required on board - good service, good value and good times are all part and parcel of your P&O Cruises holiday.

Lunch and dinner in their main restaurants 

Cabin accommodation, TV, radio, hairdryer, refrigerator and more.  

Fully equipped gym, sauna and steam rooms, where available

A choice of swimming pools and whirlpool spas

Full use of the sports court for football, deck tennis, basketball and more

Entertainment day and night

Afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes and pastries

Meals and snacks in the buffet restaurants, daytime grills and pizzerias

What's not included?

Medical care

Local taxes(some destinations may impose local taxes).

Telephone calls, faxes, internet access (where applicable), emails and selected services through your Interactive TV

Select Dining restaurants (a cover charge applies)

Purchases in the on board shops

A range of health and beauty treatments and facilities

Shore excursions

Drinks in your cabin.

Coffee and drinks in the bars and restaurants

Your benefits & more

  • Flights and transfers included

    From BIRMINGHAM GLASGOW LONDON and MANCHESTER. A flight supplement may be added depending on the airport selected

  • 10% Off Drink Package Fare

    Book an applicable Select Price or Early Saver holiday of 5 nights or more departing before 28 March 2026 and receive a 10% discount off Classic drinks packages when purchased at the time of booking. 10% discount compared to on-board price. Classic drinks packages must be purchased by all adult guests sharing a cabin. Guests aged 17 and under travelling with one adult will be charged for a Classic drinks package but will receive a Refresh package, which is a variation of the standard drinks package terms. Offers are combinable with current on-board spending money promotion.

  • TIPS INCL.

    Service Charges Included - good service, good value and good times are all part and parcel of your P&O Cruises holiday -

  • ONBOARD CREDIT*

    Free Onboard Credit amount will be indicated with the final Cruise price. Book an applicable Select Price holiday and receive on-board spending money to spend during your cruise holiday in the on-board shops, bars, photo gallery, and on restaurants, spa and shore excursions booked on board. Applicable to Selected fares and cruises. Offer is not applicable to Early Saver or other promotional prices and cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative. On many cruises you may select Free Coach Transfers to/from airport or Free Parking instead of Free Onboard Credit

What you need to know

Disability & Care Requirements

If you or your travelling companions require an accessible cabin, or in the unlikely event of an emergency on board would require assistance to be able to get to your assigned assembly point, please call us on +44(0) 20 3626 9656 to secure your booking. //

Guests who are unable to get to their muster stations independently (which could be down several flights of stairs because, in an emergency, lifts will not be available) due to a disability, health or mental capacity must be pre-registered for assistance to ensure we have sufficient support. Failure to provide this information could result in you being denied boarding at your own expense. If you do require assistance, using the below statements please advise us of the level of assistance required. *Someone to guide and steady me on the stairs (one-to-one assistance). For anyone bringing a mobility aid, such as a walking stick or walker, this is a recommended minimum requirement. *I'm unable to use stairs (I require an emergency evacuation chair). For anyone who is a full /part-time wheelchair or mobility scooter user, this is a mandatory requirement.

Flight/s included Cruises - Important information

If you book a P&O fly-cruise, economy class flights from/to the UK are included. If you are flying on the day of embarkation/disembarkation, transfers to and from the ship will also be provided. Whichever fly-cruise holiday you book, we can tailor your flights to meet your needs. Many guests choose to upgrade to premium, business or first class, if available. Caribbean fly-cruises are available from a range of UK airports, which vary by ship and cruise itinerary. Fly-Cruises starting or ending in Southampton to another destination only include the inbound or outbound flight to that destination, but also domestic flights can be offered if needed. Domestic Flights to/from Southampton - Domestic flights to/from Southampton from a range of UK departure points can be booked (if available). The fare includes a transfer between the airport and the cruise terminal and vice versa. If you would like to extend your holiday we can also help. For any of these options please Call 020 3499 5846

A flight confirmation should be sent to you via email when your flights are confirmed. If you are travelling on one of the dedicated charter flights you should receive this from 180 days prior to your departure. If you make any changes, such as upgrading your flight, a new confirmation will be issued straight away and you should receive this via email the following day. Your E-Ticket will be available via My P&O Cruises, from approximately 45 days before departure. It contains both your flight and cruise ticket information and can be accessed by selecting E-Tickets from the "Travel Documents" menu. E-Tickets can be downloaded from My P&O Cruises and printed by you up to two days prior to departure. We advise that you print your E-Tickets as close to departure as possible as this will ensure they contain the most up to date information about your journey. It is important that you carry these with you as proof of onward travel is required to enter some countries.

Insurance*

It is mandatory for all UK guests to take out comprehensive travel insurance for their holiday. It is essential that you let your insurer know you are taking a cruise holiday. Your policy must include medical cover of £2 million minimum that includes cover for emergency evacuations and medical expenses related to COVID-19. You must also ensure your policy includes cover for repatriation, cancellation and curtailment and full cover for any and all pre-existing medical conditions worldwide, or as a minimum, in the countries you are due to visit.

You will be asked to confirm you have travel insurance at the terminal and you may be asked to evidence this. Unfortunately you will be denied boarding, at your own expense, if you have not arranged insurance. P&O Cruises has partnered with Holiday Extras to offer appropriate, comprehensive travel insurance cover for our holidays. To find out more, visit www.holidayextras.com/pocruises or phone 0800 093 3070 and quote PAOHX. Holiday Extras offer three levels of cover to choose from: bronze, silver and gold. All of these available options meet our minimum requirements for travel insurance.

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