P&O Iona Review – Full review of Iona

Welcome to our P&O Iona review, where we will review every aspect of the ship from our cabin, the bars, entertainment and of course, the food.

Anyone who follows us know we normally do a ship tour, but we thought we would try this instead. So it may not be a P&O Iona ship tour, but it should be just as useful!

P&O’s newest and most innovative ship, Iona was designed to invite the outdoors in. Gazing out from the stunning Sky Dome, three-tier glass Grand Atrium or the brand-new Conservatory Mini-suite cabins, you’re never far from a spectacular view of the ever-changing horizon on Iona’s cruise holidays.

Iona is the greenest member of the P&O fleet and the first British cruise ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). As an Excel class ship, she has a host of unique features including an on-board craft gin distillery, spectacular aerial shows and an Infinity Pool with breath-taking panoramas.

P&O Iona entered service in 2021, the 184 thousand tonne Iona has a normal operating capacity of 5,200 passengers..

For this cruise, we paid £489pp for a balcony cabin.


Further reading:

Welcome to the P&O fleet, Iona

P&O Drinks Packages Explained – 2021 prices