Moving to an unknown Chinese operator
Oriana is currently the smallest of the seven ships in the P&O Cruises fleet and at 69,000 GRT and carrying 1,928 passengers she is a lot smaller than most modern-day cruise ships. She entered service in April 1995 and was named by The Queen.
She has been sold to an unknown Chinese operator and her future homeport and cruises are unknown at this current time. This follows on from P&O Cruises selling another one of their small ships, Adonia in Spring this year. Adonia is currently in drydock and being transformed into Azamara Pursuit.