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History of the Ship
P & O's Arcadia was contracted in 2000 by Holland America.  But in 2003 she was allocated to Cunard to become the Queen Elizabeth further unifying the Carnival brands with the Vista class hull.  Prior to launching the ship she was transferred to P & O and named Arcadia.  She still sports the Cunard style funnel.

P & O Arcadia also uses the Azipod propulsion system and is the only ship in P & O's fleet to have such. 

What's on Board

Today she is an adults only cruise ship.  There is a 2 story main dining room serving traditional British cruise
fare together with 3 specialty restaurants.  Also aboard a 3 tier theatre, numerous bars and lounges, and a movie theatre featuring a 30 foot screen.

Staterooms offered include an inside stateroom of approximately 181 SF to the approximately 606 Sf suites (including balcony). 

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Arcadia Facts:
  Year built: 2005
Fincantieri, Italy
Registry: British
GRT: 83,000  tons
Length: 935 feet
Beam: 106 feet
Public Decks: 11
Passengers: 1,952
Space Ratio: 4