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I think it's a good idea in theory and at least it show SOME innovative thinking from P&O rather than the conveyor belt of normality they've dosed out over the past few years. My issue with it is that they will undoubtedly price this cabins at ridiculous fares for P&O Cruises, which will no doubt come tumbling down closer to the time of the cruise.

I do think it's a nice concept though and it makes a positive change to see P&O introducing something different.

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they look very smart but personnally the cost will be rediculous,even now the price differential for suite/balcony etc over an inside cabin is pointless to me. i suppose if youve got loads of cash to splash but given the amount of time i spend in a cabin its just not worth it.

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Wonder if this ship ordered by Carnival for Aida group be the basis for Iona.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-6126373/Carnivals-biggest-cruise-ship-cost-630m-build-accommodate-6-600-passengers.html

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nice cabins

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will this be what the dome looks like

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20 decks and 23 bars ,still a long walk to get to bed....Davybe

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