A Glimpse Inside The New Look P&O Cruises Aurora – Photo Blog

This is how P&O Cruises, Aurora will look following her multi-million pound refit later this year.

The refurbishment will take place November 29 to December 18 in Hamburg, ahead of its Christmas and New Year cruise and before the South America & Pacific Adventure world cruise itinerary departing January 8, 2015.

AURORA new livery

Aurora Refit

Champions

Aurora Refit

Captains Room

Aurora Refit

Sindhu

Aurora Refit

Sindhu

Aurora Refit

Standard Balcony Cabin

Aurora Refit

The Glass House

Aurora Refit

Horizon Restaurant

Aurora Refit

Horizon Restaurant

 Images courtesy of P&O Cruises

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One comment on “A Glimpse Inside The New Look P&O Cruises Aurora – Photo Blog
  1. Dear mrs Fear, from what you’ve shown here – Aurora looks spifingly great – like a 40 million bucks great! LOL
    This is truly an expensive refurb, and I’m sure the perfection-loving Germans will do an amazing job on this charming ship.

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