If you really want to know what it's like to spend time aboard the P&O Aurora then the truth is that you'll have to book yourself a trip and set sail at some point. But we can offer you some idea of just what the ship might have in store if you manage to do so in the not too distant future.
First of all, you might well notice on approaching that the elegant and some might say extravagantly designed Aurora has a quite striking tiered feature at its stern. Another of the design elements that you wont fail to notice once you're on-board is the waterfall that sits in the central atrium and is a sight to behold in its own right. Thereafter you'll have chance to check out some of the ship's impressive facilities, from a cinema, to a casino, its range of bars and restaurants, its three swimming pools and spa and gym areas.
The range of restaurants certainly bears greater inspection, with the al fresco Pennant Grill and Marco Pierre White's Café Bordeaux undoubtedly among the highlights. In terms of bars as well you'll find some great options, not least the Crow's Nest lounge that sits high up on the Aurora and offers some incredible views out to sea.
You can choose from a remarkably long list of prospective destinations if you're planning your next P&O cruise and the Aurora sets sail for many of the foremost hotspots around the Mediterranean and beyond. It is a mid-size family-oriented ship offering excellent value for money and, while they can't quite be promised as standard, very often she delivers quite unforgettably wonderful holidays for family groups of all sizes. There are a broad range of P&O cruise deals available at any given time and it is well worth carrying out the necessary research to figure out just which package suits your requirements most precisely.