Multi-million pound makeover for Aurora (our family-friendly, mid-sized ship)
Aurora was the first ship in the P&O Cruises fleet to receive the new livery design as a part of its £26 million pound makeover in winter 2015. As well as receiving the new-look design with a contemporary version of the Union Flag on her bow and new blue funnels with rising sun designs, Aurora had an interior overhaul.
Aurora is a classic ocean going vessel with an elegant tiered stern and long bow. At her heart is a water feature which forms the centrepiece of her atrium – one of her signature features. You’ll also find a range of bars for all tastes, a cinema, theatre and an outdoor pool with retractable skydome roof. Dining highlights include The Glass House and The Beach House.
Dining on Aurora Dining highlights include The Glass House and The Beach House. When it comes to bars Aurora offers a variety to suit every mood including her Crow’s Nest bar, which offers a great view of every port along the way (and the oceans in between)
Be active, or just relax and enjoy
Aurora is perfectly designed for walking or jogging with the opportunity to do just that around her circumference thanks to the broad teak promenade deck. Or you can elect to just relax in her spa, whilst your children are entertained in one of the on-board childrens clubs.
A classic ocean going vessel
World cruising on Aurora
Aurora is designed as a classic ocean going vessel and is therefore ideally suited to world cruising. At other times in the year Aurora offers a full schedule of port calls across the Mediterranean, Baltic & Fjords, Canary Islands and is the ship of choice for our transatlantic USA & Canada cruises.
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El nombre Aurora proviene de las Diosas de Grecia y de la mitología de Melanesian y Slavonic. Es un barco calcado a su hermano, el Oriana. Ofrece unos interiores muy bien conservados y muy elegantes. El buque ofrece una sensación de gran espacio interior y un aire muy británico a bordo por su clásica y a la vez moderna decoración.
Año construcción: 2000
Última fecha de remodelación:
Tonelaje: 76.152 TRB
Capacidad pasajeros: 1950
Capacidad tripulación: 850
Eslora: 270 metros
Manga: 32,33 metros
Camarotes interiores: 279
Camarotes exteriores con ventana: 249
Camarotes con balcón: 374
Capacidad máxima de camarote: 4