Oriana’s interior design is reminiscent of English country houses of centuries gone by, while its elegant exterior features a sleek design and white hull. It also has a lot to offer from a technical perspective, cruising through the oceans at an impressive rate of 24 knots. The sheer depth of the vessel ensures incredibly peaceful cruising. When Oriana left the MEYER WERFT docks, it was the most modern cruise ship of its era.
Oriana was delivered to P&O Cruises in 1995, measuring 260 metres in length and featuring 914 staterooms – it was the largest passenger ship that had ever been built in Germany. The cruise liner was the predecessor of Aurora, which MEYER WERFT delivered to P&O Cruises in 2000.
Oriana’s theatre extends over three decks, featuring an orchestra pit, stage lift and revolving stage. With a cinema, ballroom, casino and library, Oriana’s passengers really are spoiled for choice. They can also enjoy a game of tennis or a relaxing session in the luxurious spa. The ship’s hub is the atrium, which extends over four decks and features an eye-catching 12-metre waterfall.