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  So, are you considering cruising aboard Arcadia? What are the cabins like? What about the decks? Are there lots of pools? Maybe your curious to find out how many bars there are, how many restaurants? Did you know her gross tonnage is 63,524 tons? Have a look at our statistics and technical data or maybe you'd like to know how many passenger lifts she has? Visit our facts & figures. The most welcoming of ships, Arcadia has won herself an ardent following. The reasons as you'll discover, are numerous, but perhaps one of the most significant factors is her remarkable spaciousness. Measuring 810 feet long, she carries hundreds fewer passengers than many ships of similar size, and her interior is one designed to create a general sense of extraordinary openness and airiness. Also, from May 2002, she will be completely dedicated to adults. Like her sister P&O liners, however, Arcadia developed a personality and character uniquely her own. To find out more about what makes Arcadia so special, read on. A superliner with a spirit all her own. Named after the idyllic paradise in Virgil's poetry, Arcadia was one of the first of a new generation of superliners. At the heart of the ship you'll find her atrium, soaring three-decks high above the Garden Court with tempting shops and enticing bars. Her extensive outdoor decks, among the most spacious at sea, feature two large swimming pools, one with P&O's first ever 'swim-up' bar, and her cabins are some of the most spacious to be found on any cruise liner. But it is not just her features that make Arcadia special, it is the unique, sociable atmosphere created by the captain and his exceptional crew. So what's life like on board Arcadia? To find, read on. Arcadia Accommodation. Arcadia has some of the largest cabins of any liner cruising out of the UK. Every one has a walk-in wardrobe, twin beds that convert to a king-size, air-conditioning, TV, combination safe, refrigerator and a limitless supply of fluffy towels. Obviously the price of your holiday depends on the type of cabin you choose. The basic types of cabins, colour coded on her deck plans and fares table are as follows:- With four berth, three berth, two bedded and single cabin types you have a choice between an inside or an outside cabin. Outside cabins have large picture window. All mini-suites are outside with a private balcony. All cabins have private facilities, some with bath and WC and some with shower and WC. Find out more in Arcadia's cabins section.  
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