P&O Cruises has awarded the contract to refit its flagship liner MV Oriana to the Southampton yard of the UKs shiprepair and conversion specialist A&P Group.
The contract will see Oriana in drydock for two and a half weeks during which time a comprehensive programme of inspection and testing, repair and maintenance work will be carried out in line with the requirements of P&O to maintain one of the worlds most popular cruise ships in the pristine condition to which its many UK and overseas customers have become accustomed.
Oriana is due to arrive at the yard on April 14th and is scheduled to go back into service on May 6th
This is the second refit for the 69,153 grt , 260m length over all, 32.2m beam vessel which was built for P&O Cruises by Meyer Werft in Germany and went into service in April 1995.
More information: A&P Group