P&O Cruises has unveiled a range of outdoor activity venues that will feature on its new ship Arvia, which is due to launch next year.
A high ropes experience, Skywalk, a tropical-themed mini-golf course and an aquazone will be added to the top deck Altitude area.
Altitude Skywalk, 54 metres above the ocean, is the company’s first high ropes experience with courses to suit different abilities.
Nine-hole mini-golf course Altitude will include water hazards, tiki huts, and illuminations. It will be open day and evening.
Altitude Splash Valley is an ‘aquazone’ for all the family with water jets, shaded areas and ocean views.
An outdoor sports arena where passengers can play football, basketball, short tennis or cricket will also be available on Arvia, due to come into service in December 2022.
P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: “These thrilling new Altitude experiences will have fun and excitement at their heart. Holidays are about trying new things, being with friends and family.”
A 14-night Caribbean round-trip cruise on Arvia departing January 21, 2023, from Barbados leads in from £2,099. Ports of call include Curacao, St Kitts, Antigua, Martinique, and St Lucia.