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Iona cruise ship

Cruise line P&O UK (P&O Cruises)

  • Southampton (England)

Iona current position

Iona current location is at North East Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 50.58840 N / -0.57660 W) cruising at speed of 16.1 kn (30 km/h | 19 mph) en route to NO HAU > GB SOU. The AIS position was reported 1 minute ago.

Current itinerary of Iona

Iona current cruise is 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords . The itinerary starts on 08 Jun, 2024 and ends on 15 Jun, 2024 .

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Iona Itineraries

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The 2020-built/2021-inaugurated MS Iona cruise ship is P&O UK fleet's first Excellence-class boat (delivered in October 2020 and inaugurated in August 2021), with sistership Arvia (2022). P&O Iona and Arvia are currently the newest and largest passenger liners designed and built for the UK source market.

Other Helios-Excellence-Class vessels (Iona sisterships) include Carnival Mardi Gras (2021), Carnival Celebration (2022), Carnival Jubilee (2023), Costa Smeralda (2019), Costa Toscana (2021), AIDAnova (2018), AIDAcosma (2021).

The vessel (IMO number 9826548) is currently UK- flagged (MMSI 232025845) and registered in Southampton .

History - construction and ownership

P&O Cruises is a subsidiary company and two brands owned by Carnival Corporation - P&O UK and P&O Australia. In 2000, P&O Cruises became subsidiary of P&O Princess Cruises, which in 2003 merged with Carnival Corporation. P and O is the world's oldest cruise company, starting passenger shipping operations in 1822 on the routes connecting England with Iberia.

MS Iona cruise ship (P&O Cruises UK)

P&O Iona and Arvia ships are from the Carnival Corporation's Excellence Class (aka "Helios", and "Carnival XL"). The vessel design was developed in collaboration with renowned maritime companies and interior design firms, including Meyer Werft (German shipbuilder), Jestico+Whiles ( London -based hospitality design studio), Richmond International (London-based hotel architecture), Partner Ship Design ( Hamburg -based maritime architecture specialist with several Carnival Corporation projects - including AIDA, Costa, P&O, CCL-Carnival).

For cruise liner's hotel facilities and amenities were contracted the companies Richmond International (London UK), The Four Seasons Moscow, Langham Hotel, and Sandy Lane Hotel (Barbados). Passenger cabins were designed by Partner Ship Design (Hamburg Germany). The ship also introduces the fleet's first "Conservation Mini-Suite" cabin category. The stateroom features a separate, conservatory-style area as a cabin extension. Offering more flexibility, this lounge room is furnished with an L-shaped sofa and can be left open or closed off. The conservatory opens out fully and leads directly onto the suite's balcony. It also can be used for private parties and celebrations with an in-cabin beverage service by a dedicated butler.

Decks and Cabins

MS Iona has 18 decks (16 passenger-accessible, 11 with cabins), a total of 2614 staterooms for 5204 passengers (lower berths/max capacity is 6264) served by 1762 staff-crew, 17 dining venues (11 restaurants plus 6 food bars, including 9 breakfast-serving, 7 coffee-serving, 5 Afternoon Tea-serving, 8 specialty restaurants, 4 MDR-dining rooms), 12 bars and lounges, 4 swimming pools (1 indoor plus 3 outdoor/2 infinity), 18 outdoor Jacuzzies (large outdoor whirlpool hot tubs), 13 entertainment venues (including adults-only), kids-dedicated zones (indoor-outdoor facilities and sundecks/playgrounds), 22 elevators (passenger lifts located forward-midship-aft).

The boat has 8 laundrettes (self-service laundry rooms for passengers). The largest passenger accommodations are the 2-Room Sky Suites (400 ft2 / 37 m2 plus 110 ft2 / 11 m2 terrace/step-out balcony). Staterooms include 121 Suites, 1496 Balcony, 174 Oceanviews/Seaviews, 819 Interior. P&O Iona has a total of 32 studios (single-occupancy cabins) and 55 wheelchair-accessible/handicap cabins (for disabled passengers).

Most cabins are sized between 135-170 ft2 (13-16 m2). Excepting the Suites, all cabin balconies are very small - sized just 20 ft2 (2 m2).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

With a choice of 30 venues, many of which open from early morning until late at night, guests enjoy the widest ever selection of spots to eat and drink onboard a ship built exclusively for the British cruise market. The new venues join P&O Cruises favorites, such as The Glass House, Epicurean, Sindhu and Brodie's among a long list of cafes, bars, self-service choices, and restaurants. Not traditionally for P&O Cruises, Iona offers exclusively "Freedom Dining" (aka "Flexible Dining") in all main restaurants. The policy allows passengers to choose where, when and with whom they prefer to eat.

MS Iona cruise ship (P&O Cruises UK)

On Iona ship, P&O debuted the "food market" dining concept. "The Quays" piazza (Deck 8) has a great number of takeaway and self-service food bars. The Quays restaurants and eateries offer international food, including American diner classics, Asian street food, Mediterranean sharing platters, fish & chips, Italian gelato, plus the new "Olive Grove", "Hook Line and Vinegar", "Boardwalk Diner", "Fusion".

  • "The Olive Grove" is an intimate restaurant serving lunch and dinner, with a menu focusing on traditional Mediterranean dishes and sharing platters.
  • "Hook Line and Vinegar" is a self-service, all-day restaurant for traditional British seafood specialties - battered fish, fish burgers, scampi, calamari, crab cakes.
  • "The Boardwalk Diner" is self-service, all-day food bar for classic American cuisine, which menu includes burgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, eggs over easy,
  • "Fusion" is a takeaway, all-day Asian food bar.
  • The cruise liner has four Main Dining Rooms (MDRs) named Aqua, Coral, Opal, Pearl. Located on decks 6-7, all main restaurants offer "Freedom Dining" (open-seating) breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea service, and dinner. Gala Nights (formal dinner events) are also hosted there, with a special dinner menu by celebrity chef Marco Pierre White. The largest MDRs (Pearl and Coral) are located aft on decks 6-7 and interconnected, to make one large 2-level restaurant.
  • "Horizon Restaurant" (Pool Deck 16) is the ship's Lido Buffet with all-day self-service. The Lido restaurant is casual (as dress code), with flexible dining and a wide range of dishes - from traditional British to world foods. It also caters to various dietary needs, including gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian and healthy food options.
  • "The Beach House" is an informal Select Dining venue which in the evenings comprises Horizon buffet's forward section. The menu is inspired by British, American and Caribbean cuisines, offering steaks, grills, ribs, hanging kebabs, burgers, sharable sides, gourmet desserts.
  • "The Limelight Club" (Deck 6) combines gourmet food with top-quality entertainment, exclusively for adults. The lounge offers live performances by popular guest entertainers, as well as by ship's resident performers, accompanied by Iona cruise ship's own music band. Here are also hosted daily dancing classes and music events. The club lounge is served by its own full-service Bar. After the evening show, Limelight Club transforms into Disco Nightclub.
  • Deck 6 (Grand Atrium area) houses "The Vistas Cafe Bar" (patisserie with a menu by Eric Lanlard), "Emerald Bar" (living-room-like premium cocktail bar), live pop-up entertainment in mid-morning (musical performances, buskers) and early evening starting aerial acrobatics (circus performances).
  • "The Glass House" (Deck 7, Atrium area) is via a partnership with Olly Smith. Premium wines are served here by the glass. The Cellar Door at the Glass House offers tastings, wine talks, and wine-pairing dinners. Passengers can relax and watch aerial and circus performances in the unique 3-story high space.
  • The all-day open "The Keel and Cow" (P&O's first-ever gastropub) is on Deck 8, overlooking the Atrium and also with ocean views. The menu has traditional favorites, sharing platters, aged steaks.
  • "Andersons" (gin bar lounge on Deck 6 ) doubles as Library/relaxation lounge. In the evening, Andersons serves with alcoholic drinks the nearby MDR restaurants. Lounge's focal point is the Marabelle Gin distillery (via partnership with Salcombe Distilling Co Ltd), gin tastings, and workshops (master classes).
  • "Brodie's and Casino" (Deck 7) is a classic British pub bar with ship's largest selections of UK and international bottled beers, ales and ciders, drafts (draught beers), extensive wine menu, traditional British pub snacks (pork scratchings, crisps, peanuts). During the day, the pub offers live sporting, bingo, quizzes. By night, here are offered live entertainment, quiz games, game shows, karaoke. The adjacent Casino features the latest gaming technologies and various gambling games, for novices and experts alike.
  • "The Sunset Bar" (Deck 8, Promenade's aft) provides easy access to The Club House. By day, it provides canopies (shaded seating) to relax with a drink and enjoy the sea views.
  • "The Gelateria" (Atrium's top-level on Deck 8, at the entrance to The Quays) provides access to Promenade Deck. here are offered scoops of Italian gelato ice-cream, premium teas, and coffees.
  • "Sundaes" (Deck 16, in the SkyDome) offers complimentary ice creams.
  • "Eric Lanlard's Afternoon Tea" (Deck 17) is the ship's classic British tea bar.
  • "Beachcomber Bar" (Deck 18) serves with beverages the Beachcomber pool deck and offers plenty of sunbathing space and shaded seating.
  • "Crystal Bar" and "Laguna Bar" (Deck 16, in the SkyDome) are outdoor poolside bars offering non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks. Fun activities here include the traditional sail-away deck parties.
  • "Sindhu" restaurant (Deck 8) offers authentic Indian food.
  • "SkyDome Pizzeria and Grill" (Deck 16) offers complimentary fresh oven-baked pizzas by the slice, as well as grilled food (top-quality burgers, classic fish and chips), worldwide street foods.
  • "The Crow's Nest" (Deck 17) is an observation lounge with floor-ceiling windows and comfortable seating, In the evenings it transforms into a cocktail lounge with live grand piano performances.
  • "The Epicurean" restaurant (Deck 17, adjacent to Crow's Nest) is a specialty / fine dining venue with Select Dining, impeccable service, top-quality dining amenities, gourmet food, and premium wine list. Dishes are prepared with freshest and finest local produce. A private dining area and "Chef's Table" (capacity 8 guests) provide options for private parties and special celebrations.

Through the partnership with Salcombe Distilling, P&O Iona ship guests can purchase and even create their own Marabelle Gin (42% ABV/alcohol by volume). The exclusively created for P&O Cruises alcohol is produced on the Iona ship only. For the unique gin recipe are used 18 herbs - including Iona Island's heather (calluna vulgaris), mint, citrus, blackberry, green apple, rose petals, kelp (seaweed). Since MS Iona's inauguration, Marabelle Gin (trademarked brand) is also available fleetwide - served across P&O UK's fleet. The produced on the cruise ship gin is bottled and labeled, with bottles available for purchase.

Via partnership with three celebrity chefs (Marte Marie Forsberg, Jose Pizarro, Kjartan Skjelde), P&O UK upgraded Iona ship's dining to offer the fleet's most diverse culinary experience. Chef Forsberg designed the menu of "Taste 360" (street-food-style dining) and MDR's (dining room's) Norwegian-inspired dishes. On itineraries to Iberia (Portugal, Spain) and the Canaries, tapas dishes-based menus are specially created by Chef Pizarro for the restaurants "The Glass House" and "Taste 360". On Norwegian Fjords itineraries, the menus are upgraded by chefs Skjelde and Forsberg. Skjelde developed a special 6-course Norwegian food tasting menu for "The Epicurean" restaurant.

MS Iona cruise ship (P&O Cruises UK)

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

SkyDome is one of the cruise liner's signature attractions and the largest onboard entertainment hub. SkyDome is named the pool deck which is covered with a retractable glass roof and consists of a large swimming pool (with retractable stage) and Jacuzzis (whirlpool hot tubs), SkyDome also serves a unique live entertainment program with performances and DJ-led deck parties, regardless the weather. During the day, SkyDome serves resort-style leisure activities and offers entertainment and casual dining. The night entertainment includes on-roof media projections, laser shows, aerial acrobatics performances, DJ disco parties, theatrical productions, movies (on a large LED screen).

Note: SkyDome actually sits on two decks - Deck 16 (midship resort-style swimming pool with food and drink options, aft-located Infinity Pool/resistance swimming pool with stern views and Infinity Bar) and Deck 17 (mezzanine level with a bar and outdoor seating). A second Infinity Pool is located aft on Deck 18.

On March 6, 2020, P&O announced three aerial acrobatic shows (designed specifically for MS Iona) - Rise (birds-themed), Triboo (battle between two tribes - of the Moon and of the Sun) and Dream (magic-themed). Rise and Triboo are performed at the SkyDome, while Dream is at the Atrium. Two new aerial shows (Virtuosi, Spark) are scheduled for Iona's inaugural season 2021.

The 3-deck high Grand Atrium is located midship and has an open-floor design. All Atrium levels have natural light and offer floor-ceiling sea views. Iona's Grand Atrium is a new concept for P&O, created by architecture and interior design practice Jestico+Whiles, the creators of The Yas Hotel (Abu Dhabi), W Hotel (London) and Aqua Shard (restaurant in the Shard). Grand Atrium is the ship's key entertainment space that hosts from morning coffee to evening drinks.

  • "Headliners Theatre" (decks 6-7) is the ship's main show lounge for grand-style music and dance productions in the evenings. The theater has comfortable plush seating and the latest LED and sound technologies. The 2-deck-high auditorium during the day serves as a complimentary Cinema and also offers matinee performances and fun activities (Q&As, port talks, lectures). In the evenings, full-scale productions offer West End-style shows (including "Festival"), stand-up comedy, and cabaret performances.
  • "The 710 Club" has a stylish cocktail bar (professional mixologists) and music bar offering live acoustic performances by top-quality artists.
  • "Ocean Studios" is a boutique cinema with comfortable seating and 4 screens running throughout the day classic movies and recent blockbusters. The Cinema is fitted with the latest surround sound technology.
  • "The Club House" (Deck 8) is a multi-purpose indoor/outdoor space for families to enjoy afternoon entertainment and play fun games. In the evening, it becomes a late-night "music hall" for dancing and live performances by the Iona ship's band (named "Pulse").
  • "The Ivory Suite" (Deck 17, adjacent to Crow's Nest and Epicurean) is the ship's chapel - a venue dedicated for weddings and vow renewals at sea.
  • Ship's Kids Clubs are on Deck 17. "The Reef" is P&O's complimentary onboard program for children, served by a crew of qualified Reef rangers and offering age-specific activity entertainment. The program is divided into Nursery (toddlers 6-months to 2-years-old), Splashers (ages 2-4 years), Surfers (ages 5-8 years) and Scubas (ages 9-12). A secure outdoor playground area and splash pool park are available for all age groups. Parents benefit from the company's complimentary "Night Nursery" (for kids ages 6 months to 4 years, opening hours between 6 pm through 2 am each night).
  • "Scene" (Deck 6) is the ship's teen club - hang-out lounge for teenagers 13-17 yo, separated from the kids' club. It operates only during the high-peak season. During low season, the Scene teen club functions as an adults-only entertainment venue.
  • Oasis Spa & Health Club (2-level wellness complex forward on decks 5-6) has a Thalassotherapy Pool, Cool Therapy Room, Salt Sauna, Steam Rooms, Treatment Rooms, Beauty Salon, Spa Shop, Oasis Villa (spa lounge), 2x Thermal Suites for couples (each with Steam Room and Hammam Room/Turkish bath). New (Arvia ship exclusive) treatments including Kneipp Walk (pebble foot massage combined with hot-and-cold water treatments).
  • Sports Arena is the outdoor full-size, multi-sports court suitable for playing football, basketball, tennis, cricket, and other group games.

The Beachcomber complex (forward on Deck 18) features an indoor swimming pool (covered by a SkyDome/round-shaped glass roof) and a spacious outdoor Sundeck (sunbathing space with shaded seating, 2x outdoor Jacuzzies/whirlpool hot tubs, padded chaise lounges, deckchairs, showers). During the day, the Beachcomber hosts pool deck activities, while in the evenings, the sundeck transforms into an entertainment venue with aerial acrobatic performances and live music, also hosting deck parties under the stars.

Adjacent to the Beachcomber (at the bow on Deck 18) is The Retreat - an adults-only VIP Sundeck with 2x outdoor Jacuzzies/whirlpools. This is the ship's "spa terrace" with several shaded private cabanas (available for rent). The VIP sundeck (accessed via prepaid day- or voyage-long passes) is inclusive of alfresco dining, Spa massages, dedicated staff service (chilled drinks, cold flannels, light snacks).

PO Iona ship also has a 0,5-mi (800-m) long outdoor Promenade Deck (named "Lanai Deck") wrapping around the entire Deck 8. It is much wider than the industry's standard and lined up with open-air bars and alfresco dining venues. In the Promenade's forward section are positioned a total of 6x Infinity Whirpools with glass walls facing the ocean (3x portside and 3x starboard).

Itineraries

P&O Iona ship's itinerary program was originally planned to be based on 7-day Baltic (Northern Europe and Norwegian Fjords) cruises roundtrip from homeport Southampton (England) and visiting in Norway ports Stavanger, Olden, Hellesylt (or Alesund), Geiranger, Bergen. P&O's Norway Fjords cruise excursions offer experiences like sea kayaking, river rafting, zip-lining, fishing (crayfish), high-speed boat tours (RIB), helicopter and seaplane tours.

MS Iona's inaugural season was planned to start on May 14, 2020 (Maiden Voyage) with only no-fly cruise itineraries roundtrip from the UK (Southampton). Bookings for the new liner were opened on September 7, 2018. However, due to the ongoing COVID-related travel restrictions, in mid-September 2020 P&O UK canceled all scheduled voyages (fleetwide) through early-February 2021 (Caribbean fly-cruises) and through mid-March 2021 (ex-UK cruises). As for the canceled 2020-2021 winter season (October through March), the liner was rescheduled (2021) with Southampton roundtrips to Iberia (Spain-Portugal), Canary Islands and Northern Europe.

In February 2021 P&O UK canceled more summer departures. In early-March were announced major itinerary program changes with only Britain Coastal mini-cruises and 7-day roundtrips from Southampton. MS Iona's Inaugural Cruise was rescheduled for September 25 (14-day to Iberia/"Spain And Portugal"). The new ship's entire Norwegian Fjords 2021 program was canceled.

Iona ship's Maiden Voyage was eventually rescheduled for August 7, 2021 (7-night "British Isles"/ Cruise to Nowhere itinerary roundtrip from Southampton, booking code G126N) and priced from GBP 950 per person (~EUR 1100 pp / ~USD 1320 pp). The portless itinerary featured scenic cruising along Cornwall's coast, anchoring off Isle of Iona (for a fireworks show on the island), three days of Scottish coastal cruising - the islands Colonsay , Mull (Lochbuie, Duart Castle, Tobermory), Bac Mor, Staffa (Fingal's Cave), Jura , Islay (Claggain Bay), Kintyre Peninsula (Mull of Kintyre), Sanda Island .

Iona's cruise itineraries are 7-day and 14-day in length and include extended port stays (with late-night departures) that allow travelers to sample the local nightlife. The list of visited countries and call ports include Portugal ( Lisbon , Funchal-Madeira ), Spain ( Cadiz , Alicante , Barcelona , Malaga , Valencia , Vigo ), Gibraltar , Canaries ( Fuerteventura , Tenerife , Gran Canaria , Lanzarote ), Holland ( Rotterdam -Amsterdam), Belgium ( Zeebrugge ), Germany ( Hamburg ).

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On April 25, 2018, at Meyer Werft's Papenburg Shipyard was held the steel-cutting ceremony (hull S-715), which officially started the vessel's construction (Meyer Werft's 50th cruise liner). On February 22, 2021, started the construction of the sistership Arvia (2022).

In January 2018, the shipbuilder contracted ALMACO Group (1998-founded, Finland-based company) to provide catering solutions for the newbuild. The deal included turnkey deliveries and installation of cold- and freezer rooms (total area ~1900 m2 / 20450 ft2).

Arvia and Iona are P&O UK's largest vessels ever constructed - with GT tonnage 180,000 tons and max passenger capacity 6600 (plus 1800 crew). They are also the biggest UK-based passenger ships (permanently homeported in Southampton England ) and the UK cruise market's first LNG-powered newbuild (followed by Arvia). These liners have Wartsila LNG engines that provide electricity for the propulsion system both in ports and at sea.

Like most large -sized newbuilds , the P&O ship Iona is LNG-powered , with 4x engines generating combined output 61,7 MW. The propulsion system is based on two Azimuting thrusters with combined power output 74 MW. The vessel has 3x LNG tanks (cryogenic steel) with total capacity ~3200 m3. Two of the tanks are larger (length 35 m / 115 ft, diameter 8 m / 26 ft, gas capacity 1525 m3), while the 3rd tank has length 28 m (92 ft), diameter 5 m (16 ft), and gas capacity 520 m3.

P&O Cruises revealed the "Iona" name for the new build on May 24, 2018, naming it after Iona Island (Inner Hebrides) located off Scotland's coast. The name also keeps the tradition all boats in the P&O UK fleet to have names ending with "A". The ship name was chosen via an online contest with received over 30,000 submissions.

The vessel's keel-laying ceremony was held on June 14, 2019. During this traditional event, under the keel (first hull block, where the bow thrusters are mounted) was placed a bronze coin (from Isle of Iona's Abbey) and a slice of green marble (also from the island). Then a 600-ton gantry crane lowered the steel block. This block (#18) is part of the bow section and has weight 461 tons, length 21,5 m, width 19,4 m, height 9,8 m. The "coin ceremony" was attended by Paul Ludlow (P&O Cruises UK's President), Stephan Schmees (Meyer Werft's Executive Board Member / Project Management) and Jurgen Storz (Meyer Werft's Project Leader). Like on all new passenger liners , Iona's construction blocks (hull and superstructure) are pre-fabricated then floated out to the shipyard for assembling.

On August 2 (2019) the vessel received its iconic SkyDome. The 970-m2 (10440-ft2) glass roof cover consists of 340 pieces and weighs 105 tons. For its mounting was used a 750-ton mobile crane (Liebherr LTM1750-9.1).

The vessel was launched (floated out from drydock) on February 14, 2020. Its Ems River conveyance (Papenburg Shipyard to Eemshaven Holland ) was conducted on March 18-19. Followed the sea trials in the North Sea (Baltic Sea) for testing the vessel's machinery and nautical equipment.

MS Iona was officially delivered to P&O UK on October 9, 2020, in Papenburg. The documents were signed by Paul Ludlow (P&O's President) and Jan Meyer (Meyer Werft's Managing Director).

P&O Iona (Papenburg shipyard/hull number 710) is powered by MAK-Caterpillar LNG marine engines generating total power output 61,7 MW.

Next is the P&O UK's timelapse video of the cruise ship's construction.

In late-April 2021 P&O UK announced the name of MS Iona's godmother - Dame Irene Lucas-Hays (1954-born British businesswoman). "Dame" (a title equivalent to lady) signifies that she was DBE-rewarded ("Most Excellent Order of the British Empire"/order of chivalry/knighthood). Irene Lucas is the current Owner and Chairwoman of Hays Travel Ltd (1980-founded by John Hays, Sunderland England-based travel agency group) - the UK's largest independent travel agent with ~1500 employees and ~GBP 1 billion in annual sales.

  • In October 2019, Hays Travel Ltd purchased all Thomas Cook Group's stores in the UK, which were to be closed after Thomas Cook entered liquidation in September. With this deal, Hays Travel took over Thomas Cook's 550 retail stores, almost trebling the number of its existing shops across the UK and doubling its workforce.
  • In September 2020, Hays Travel Ltd acquired Tailor Made Travel (Wales-based travel agency chain).

The boat's christening ceremony was on May 16th, held in Port Southampton . The pier-side event was led by Jo Whiley (Joanne Whiley-Morton/1965-born DJ and TV presenter). It was broadcasted live and included a short performance by Gary Barlow (1971-born English singer, songwriter, actor, TV personality). Traditionally, to bring the ship good fortune, Dame Irene Hays smashed against the hull a large bottle of Alex James Blur (cask-strength apple and pear cider/distilled spirit).

For the Maiden Voyage (August 7, 2021), P&O planned several special events, including a fireworks show (from Isle of Iona) and onboard e ntertainment featuring live performances by Tony Hadley, aerial shows (designed by Creativiva Inc, Canada), cooking masterclass (by celebrity chefs Marco Pierre White and Olly Smith, also creating a unique Chef’s Table menu), special dining menus (smoked salmon, regional cheeses, Cranachan/Scottish dessert with whisky).

Ship christening cruise "Ionafest 2020" (CANCELLED)

The vessel's naming ceremony was initially scheduled for July 4, 2020 (Southampton) and planned as part of the themed "Ionafest cruise" (itinerary July 4-11) starting with the pierside naming event. Prices for the special voyage started from GBP 1300 pp (double-occupancy Inside cabin rates). However, due to the Coronavirus crisis, this special voyage was cancelled.

  • Ionafest was based on numerous pre-scheduled onboard events (taking place simultaneously and at different locations/venues) including live performances (music and entertainment) and street festival-like celebrations - all on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • The Southampton-roundtrip itinerary (Norwegian Fjords) was planned to visit Olden , scenic cruising (Innvikfjorden, Nordfjord), Hellesylt , Geiranger , scenic cruising (Geirangerfjord, Sunnylvsfjorden, Storfjorden) and Bergen .
  • Among the confirmed British performers acting live on the liner during the Ionafest Cruise were Clean Bandit (electronic music band), MBE (Trevor Ricardo Nelson / DJ), Jo Whiley (Johanne Morton Whiley / radio DJ and TV presenter), Chris Ramsey (stand-up comedian and actor), Sara Cox (Sara Joanne Cyzer, DJ, radio broadcaster and model), Alex James (Steven Alexander James, DJ, musician and songwriter).

In February 2021 P&O UK cancelled more summer departures. In early-March 2021 were announced major itinerary program changes with only Britain coastal mini-cruises and 7-day roundtrips from Southampton. MS Iona's Inaugural Cruise was rescheduled for September 25 (14-day to Iberia/"Spain And Portugal").

The new ship's entire Norwegian Fjords 2021 program was cancelled.

7-day "Norwegian Fjords" itinerary 1

7-day "Norwegian Fjords" itinerary 2

Inaugural cruise itineraries 2020-2021 (CANCELED)

MS Iona's inaugural season was planned to start on May 14, 2020 (maiden voyage) and included only no-fly cruise itineraries roundtrip from the UK. Bookings for the new liner were opened on September 7, 2018.

However, due to the ongoing COVID-related travel restrictions, in mid-September 2020 P&O UK canceled all scheduled voyages (fleetwide) through early-February 2021 (Caribbean fly-cruises) and through mid-March 2021 (ex-UK cruises). As for the canceled 2020-2021 winter season (October through March), the liner was rescheduled (2021) with Southampton roundtrips to Iberia (Spain-Portugal), Canary Islands and Northern Europe.

P&O Iona's maiden voyage was rescheduled first for October 24, 2020 (7-night Western Europe), later for March 6, 2021 (14-night "Spain and Portugal"), April 24 (7-night Norwegian Fjords), and finally for August 7 (7-night "British Isles"/ Cruise to Nowhere ).

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By amajaa , October 28, 2022 in P&O Cruises ( UK )

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How do you book the entertainment on the My Cruise as it was supposed to be available from today but there is nothing showing and nothing to click into ?  

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20 minutes ago, amajaa said: How do you book the entertainment on the My Cruise as it was supposed to be available from today but there is nothing showing and nothing to click into ?  

For our cruise on Iona in 2 weeks, entertainment can now be booked through the my.pocruises.com website.

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5 minutes ago, jaydee6969 said:   For our cruise on Iona in 2 weeks, entertainment can now be booked through the my.pocruises.com website.

Similar here, we got an email telling us entertainment is available to book for our cruise in 2 weeks, just logged into my account and booked for first week, I am assuming entertainment after the first week will become available once onboard? Very similar system to what we had 2 weeks ago on Msc Virtuosa.

Yes thanks, I’m in there and it isn’t showing anywhere. What exactly did you click into please? 

11 minutes ago, jaydee6969 said:   For our cruise on Iona in 2 weeks, entertainment can now be booked through the my.pocruises.com website.
1 minute ago, yorkshirephil said: Similar here, we got an email telling us entertainment is available to book for our cruise in 2 weeks, just logged into my account and booked for first week, I am assuming entertainment after the first week will become available once onboard? Very similar system to what we had 2 weeks ago on Msc Virtuosa.

Following on our cruise is in 2 weeks and it has said for ages available to book on 28th October , that date has now disappeared but there is nothing showing to book. Where am I looking exactly as I’ve tried clicking into all sorts of things. 

11 minutes ago, amajaa said:   Following on our cruise is in 2 weeks and it has said for ages available to book on 28th October , that date has now disappeared but there is nothing showing to book. Where am I looking exactly as I’ve tried clicking into all sorts of things. 

For me it was in the Entertainment tab;

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Thanks @yorkshirephil  that’s where I thought it will be, ours is currently just showing a ‘o’ under all of ours. Guess I will have to keep going back in and looking.

A bit annoying if they say it will be available to book from today and then it isn’t but never mind I will keep looking 

1 hour ago, amajaa said: Thanks @yorkshirephil  that’s where I thought it will be, ours is currently just showing a ‘o’ under all of ours. Guess I will have to keep going back in and looking.   A bit annoying if they say it will be available to book from today and then it isn’t but never mind I will keep looking 

Ours was a few days late as well 

Yay, it just let me book 4 Headliners shows, it had two other shows showing , it let me book show 2 but show 1 wasn’t showing any dates when you went into it. I suppose 5 shows booked out of 14 isn’t too bad. Hope we can book more soon.   

Just have to get early dinning to go with early show now, which we can’t book till we are onboard I understand. 

We have done the opposite.  We do not want to be tied down to pre-booking shows and limiting what else we may be doing.  Will wait until each day and decide and try and get in.  If we don't we will find something else to do.

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19 hours ago, jaydee6969 said: We have done the opposite.  We do not want to be tied down to pre-booking shows and limiting what else we may be doing.  Will wait until each day and decide and try and get in.  If we don't we will find something else to do.

We're with you on this. It's a holiday, and I think it's really unfair to be asked, or even expected,  to pre plan your meals and activities a month in advance. If others don't mind then that's fine, but it's not for us.

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1 minute ago, Happy afloat said: We're with you on this. It's a holiday, and I think it's really unfair to be asked, or even expected,  to pre plan your meals and activities a month in advance. If others don't mind then that's fine, but it's not for us.

I agree totally but unfortunately there seem to be a lot of people who like to pre plan their holidays with finite accuracy, and then there are those who worry that if they don't book everything they risk missing out on something.

2 minutes ago, Happy afloat said: We're with you on this. It's a holiday, and I think it's really unfair to be asked, or even expected,  to pre plan your meals and activities a month in advance. If others don't mind then that's fine, but it's not for us.

I have booked ours for the first week, if we don't go then no worries someone who has queued on the night will get our place. It isn't as if you are committing to anything, we did this a few weeks ago on Virtuosa and it worked fine albeit we didn't attend every show we booked.

1 hour ago, yorkshirephil said: I have booked ours for the first week, if we don't go then no worries someone who has queued on the night will get our place. It isn't as if you are committing to anything, we did this a few weeks ago on Virtuosa and it worked fine albeit we didn't attend every show we booked.

Hi, as I said, if you don't mind then that's fine, I'm not sitting in judgement and it's not up to me to decry how anyone wants to do their holiday. It's just not for us. Have a great holiday 

1 hour ago, Happy afloat said: We're with you on this. It's a holiday, and I think it's really unfair to be asked, or even expected,  to pre plan your meals and activities a month in advance. If others don't mind then that's fine, but it's not for us.

I agree I would much prefer it to go back to how it was before Covid. The reason I wanted to book before we board is because watching the theatre shows is our favourite thing about cruising. From reading reports over the last year I am hearing about people not managing to get into shows so I wanted to make sure our main reason for cruising was going to be available to us. 

2 hours ago, yorkshirephil said: I have booked ours for the first week, if we don't go then no worries someone who has queued on the night will get our place. It isn't as if you are committing to anything, we did this a few weeks ago on Virtuosa and it worked fine albeit we didn't attend every show we booked.

However if the staff manning the door of the theatre don't show flexibility there are likely to be passengers turned away, if you haven't cancelled your reservation. Even worse, if you don't cancel your dining reservation in good time, then your table will be left empty far longer than necessary, increasing waiting times for everyone else.

9 minutes ago, terrierjohn said: However if the staff manning the door of the theatre don't show flexibility there are likely to be passengers turned away, if you haven't cancelled your reservation. Even worse, if you don't cancel your dining reservation in good time, then your table will be left empty far longer than necessary, increasing waiting times for everyone else.

I have only booked entertainment for the shows we feel we want to see, on Virtuosa I thought they had a good system where if you booked you must arrive no later than 5 minutes before showtime or you joined the queue for non booked who then filled the empty seats, the show lounge was full most nights, if ships capacity was above 4000 pax they had 3 shows. We have anytime dining on Arcadia and will just take it as it comes, as we tend to eat early and are happy to share we don't usually have any issues.

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23 hours ago, terrierjohn said: I agree totally but unfortunately there seem to be a lot of people who like to pre plan their holidays with finite accuracy, and then there are those who worry that if they don't book everything they risk missing out on something.

A plan never survives first contact with the enemy, same for cruises

So I did manage to book the 4 Headliners shows as soon as they became available and have the confirmation email from P & O saying they are booked. Just gone in this morning and 2 of the Headliners shows have disappeared and 2 new ones have taken their place. So I thought okay I better book those but it is saying they ate not available .

Now I have the confirmation email saying I have booked the Headliners for those days it is just saying a different show for them. Do you all think my email will still be valid because the Headliners are my favourite theatre shows and I don’t want to miss them.

14 minutes ago, amajaa said: So I did manage to book the 4 Headliners shows as soon as they became available and have the confirmation email from P & O saying they are booked. Just gone in this morning and 2 of the Headliners shows have disappeared and 2 new ones have taken their place. So I thought okay I better book those but it is saying they ate not available . Now I have the confirmation email saying I have booked the Headliners for those days it is just saying a different show for them. Do you all think my email will still be valid because the Headliners are my favourite theatre shows and I don’t want to miss them.

When we were on the shows were moved around. If you had a booking for the date you could watch whatever was on

2 minutes ago, happy v said: When we were on the shows were moved around. If you had a booking for the date you could watch whatever was on

Thanks 👏 👏 👏 that is what I was hoping

We only book the Limelight Club and that’s only bookable two weeks in advance. Just need to put a date in my calendar as it soon gets booked up.

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we're not on P&O till next October (Azura) - what is this booking the entertainment you speak of? Never seen that before! Is it for all shows or just some? 

Just now, elmsliebev said: we're not on P&O till next October (Azura) - what is this booking the entertainment you speak of? Never seen that before! Is it for all shows or just some? 

Last month on Iona we were able to book all the shows we wanted while on board, so while you can do it prior to the cruise, it's really not essential.

20 minutes ago, elmsliebev said: we're not on P&O till next October (Azura) - what is this booking the entertainment you speak of? Never seen that before! Is it for all shows or just some? 

 About two weeks before the cruise you can book some of the theatre shows. It is only showing 6 of the 14 nights for us before though. If you are in your Cruise Personaliser click on entertainment and you should get a date come up as to when you can book some shows. Ignore that date 🤣 and add two days and that might be the day. 

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A couple of Iona entertainment questions

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By SarahHben , May 7, 2022 in P&O Cruises ( UK )

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Does anyone know if the cruise planner only releases one or two shows at a time for pre-booking with more appearing at a later date?

Our cruise personaliser is showing that we can book Headliners Festival show, but only a choice of two nights, and the Limelight Club pre-booking is showing Lee Mead but only on embarkation night and the second night. Do they have other 'celebrity' singers on other nights or is it the same one all week? I quite like Lee Mead but would prefer to go later in the week if possible.

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On my last 2 P&O cruises (April 2022 & Summer 2021) the entertainment was released in sections - I think sometimes it depends on the person adding the info and how they do it. My last cruise they initially added all the theatre shows but did not say which item was for which day / time and you could not book. Then, a few days later, they obviously added the rest of information and everything was there and you could pre-book.

I think you will end up with a theatre event every day with 3 show times.

I believe the limelight is usually the same person every day for the week (not done more than a week on Britannia so do not know if they switch them out after x days).

Also be warned, the theatre entertainment can switch out right up until the day before. I had one act starting out as a west end singer then became a comedian then end up as a tribute artist. Then of course they could be denied boarding and you end up with something else entirely - had that on another cruise too.

Basically they are very flexible at the moment and they are trying their best.

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2 hours ago, SarahHben said: Morning.   Does anyone know if the cruise planner only releases one or two shows at a time for pre-booking with more appearing at a later date?   Our cruise personaliser is showing that we can book Headliners Festival show, but only a choice of two nights, and the Limelight Club pre-booking is showing Lee Mead but only on embarkation night and the second night. Do they have other 'celebrity' singers on other nights or is it the same one all week? I quite like Lee Mead but would prefer to go later in the week if possible.   Thanks.

There was a show every night in the theatre.

I'm pretty sure Sonia was on in limelight on Iona in March for the 14 nights.

In April Ray Quinn off X factor was on Britannia for the 3 night cruise 

We've just come home from Azura and the entertainment available to book in my personaliser was different to what was available on board, as it had all changed! 

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So the Limelight acts on Iona appear to change on a Monday and then do a week on Iona (across two cruises). It may be that one of your acts has had to pull out so their replacement cannot yet be confirmed.

Re theatre shows: Iona has two different Headliners shows per week cruise. Festival is bookable in advance and the other is bookable once on board. SkyDome performances also bookable once on board. Some are weather dependent so cannot be confirmed 4 weeks out (too much motion makes acrobatics etc. difficult/dangerous). 

2 hours ago, molecrochip said: So the Limelight acts on Iona appear to change on a Monday and then do a week on Iona (across two cruises). It may be that one of your acts has had to pull out so their replacement cannot yet be confirmed.   Re theatre shows: Iona has two different Headliners shows per week cruise. Festival is bookable in advance and the other is bookable once on board. SkyDome performances also bookable once on board. Some are weather dependent so cannot be confirmed 4 weeks out (too much motion makes acrobatics etc. difficult/dangerous). 

Thank you Molecrochip, that’s really useful to know.

Amyracecar

I've was originally told the rest of the week will be Kevin Simm, but more recently someone said it changed to Molly who won the Voice UK. We'll have to wait & see who was right! (If any) 

Molly has a lovely voice, would be nice to have a lady after Lee for some variety. 

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22 hours ago, grapau27 said:   There was a show every night in the theatre. I'm pretty sure Sonia was on in limelight on Iona in March for the 14 nights. In April Ray Quinn off X factor was on Britannia for the 3 night cruise   

I prefer to think of him as Ray Quinn from Dancing on Ice - best skater ever on that show!!

Anyway , Sarah, for our recent cruise shows in the theatre were  bookable beforehand (although one changed!)

When we got onboard the acts in the lounge were just turn up and I wished I’d gone to one of them instead of the theatre one night!

Just to add Sarah, I saw Lee Mead in ‘Joseph’ in London and he was brilliant, I’d be very happy to see him!

7 minutes ago, P&O SUE said: I prefer to think of him as Ray Quinn from Dancing on Ice - best skater ever on that show!!   Anyway , Sarah, for our recent cruise shows in the theatre were  bookable beforehand (although one changed!) When we got onboard the acts in the lounge were just turn up and I wished I’d gone to one of them instead of the theatre one night!

We remembered him because he was on TV in Brookside.

4 minutes ago, grapau27 said: We remembered him because he was on TV in Brookside.

Yes, a talented chap. He told us he had been on the reserve list for Strictly too. Then said he’d won ballroom competitions at Blackpool as a lad! Very humble and funny guy too. 

9 minutes ago, P&O SUE said: I prefer to think of him as Ray Quinn from Dancing on Ice - best skater ever on that show!!   Anyway , Sarah, for our recent cruise shows in the theatre were  bookable beforehand (although one changed!) When we got onboard the acts in the lounge were just turn up and I wished I’d gone to one of them instead of the theatre one night!

Thanks Sue.

He was brilliant on Dancing on Ice wasn’t he, I agree that’s he the best contestant they’ve had. We saw him in the tour at the O2, amazing!  

If Lee Mead had been on later in the week we would have booked, but my sister & brother in law wouldn’t have gone and we didn’t want to eat separately on embarkation night or gala night. I looked early this morning and the 2 shows are sold out now after 24 hours of being on sale. 

4 minutes ago, SarahHben said: Thanks Sue.   He was brilliant on Dancing on Ice wasn’t he, I agree that’s he the best contestant they’ve had. We saw him in the tour at the O2, amazing!   If Lee Mead had been on later in the week we would have booked, but my sister & brother in law wouldn’t have gone and we didn’t want to eat separately on embarkation night or gala night. I looked early this morning and the 2 shows are sold out now after 24 hours of being on sale. 

  We saw him in the tour at the O2 as well! If he’s on your trip I highly recommend him.

I’m not surprised Lee Mead is booked up, the Limelight club does get booked up now! Pre 2020 no one knew who was on until you got onboard!

Molly is now available to book on the 21st sailing. 🙂  

On Iona it was 2 singers in limelight ,both X factor guys, Ray Quinn and Garett Gates. Separately a few nights each during the week. The comedian was on a few times including a late night adults only in the clubhouse, didn’t do the theatre as was musicals by the in house entertainment and wasn’t to our taste. The ariel display was on a few times in the SkyDome , they did 2 different shows during the week.

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