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Arcadia - Maiden Call at Liverpool

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2011

On August 26, 2011 Carnival Corporation Vista Class ship ARCADIA (86,799grt) made her maiden call at Liverpool. ARCADIA was originally ordered for the Holland-America division from Fincantieri. However, her allocation was changed to the Cunard division and was to have been named QUEEN VICTORIA - however, shortly before completion she was again reallocated this time to the P&O Cruises division as the ARCADIA. She is 289.9 metres long and has a beam of 32.20 metres. In the photographs below she is seen coming alongside the Liverpool Cruise Terminal.
The photographs below were taken during the afternoon.
 

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