Adonia deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Each of the Adonia cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Adonia staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
P and O Adonia (built 2001, last refurbished in 2017) is among the smallest P and O ships, and one of the line’s adult ships – together with Arcadia and Oriana. Adonia cruise ship was previously known under the names R Eight (for Renaissance Cruises, 2001–2003), Minerva II (for Swan Hellenic, 2003–2007), Royal Princess (for Princess Cruises, 2007–2011) and since 2011 – as mv Adonia (P&O). By design, the Adonia ship is similar to Pacific Princess, Azamara ships Journey and Quest, and the Oceania ships Insignia, Nautica, Regatta and Sirena.
Adonia cruise ship deck plan has a total of 356 staterooms for 710 passengers (max capacity is 826 guests) served by 385 crew/staff, 8 passenger decks (out of 11) with 4 restaurants, 8 bars, 1 swimming pool, 2 jacuzzies, 4 elevators.
Since her refit and refurbishment in 2011, P&O cruise ship Adonia is an adults only ship (without any family- or kids dedicated venues, facilities or programmes available on board).
Note: On P&O Adonia ship, the launderette is located on deck B. This is a passenger use laundry facility (open 8am-10pm, complimentary), complete with dryers, washers, ironing boards. Detergent costs extra, or you can use your own. Dry cleaning (called Wascomat or Aquatex /eco-friendly wet cleaning) is available with service charges per item. List with dry-cleaning prices is available in all cabins.
mv Adonia “fathom” 2016 service
Starting in May 2016, Adonia offers round-trip 7-day cruises to Cuba and Dominican Republic leaving from Miami, Florida. The ship was officially transferred to the fleet of a new Carnival cruise line (named “fathom”) - a new Carnival Corporation brand line established in June 2015. While in the fathom line’s fleet, the cruise ship is still operated by the Carnival brand “P&O Cruises UK”.
During the ship's 2017 drydock refurbishment (May-June) in Freeport Bahamas were added "The Glass House" (wine bar restaurant by Olly Smith).
Adonia deck plans are property of P&O Cruises. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.