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Further details of open air activities on P&O Cruisea' Arvia emerge

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Activities on Arvia's top deck include minigolf and an aquazone
A tropical themed mini-golf and water splash zone form part of a new top deck Altitude experience on P&O Cruises’ Arvia, which launches next month.

Altitude mini-golf, a nine-hole course open day and night, will include water hazards, tiki huts, ‘hippos’ and night-time illuminations while Altitude Splash Valley will comprise a cooling aquazone complete with water jets, shaded areas and ocean views.

A Sports Arena with an outdoor sports court for football, basketball, short tennis or cricket will also feature.

‘Whether it’s the perfect putt, getting soaked by the jets or putting on a brave face with the Skywalk, there will be action and adventure images for everyone as we push new boundaries with Arvia’s top deck,’ commented Paul Ludlow, president, P&O Cruises.

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