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What television / smart devices facilities are available in my cabin?


Every cabin has its own television featuring a range of channels which include:

Navigation & Safety Announcements
Entertainment Managers Channel 
Discover Channel
Tour Enhancement Channel
BBC World - Satellite
Sky News - Satellite
Sky Sports News - Satellite
ITV Choice - Satellite
BBC Entertainment - Satellite
Prime One - Satellite
Prime Journeys - Satellite
Sports 24 - Satellite - (This is also available in the Sports Bar / Pub onboard.)
Cinema Channel
Contemporary Film Channel
Classic Film Channel
Family Channel
RWC Documentary Channel
Mast / Bridge Camera (with Cruise Radio)


All television channels are complimentary and are dependant on satellite signals. Not every channel will be available at all times on every ship.

Azura, Britannia and Ventura all have a VOD service allowing Guests to select from a wide range of Films for viewing "On Demand".

Full details of all the movies available can be obtained on-board.

*Prices are subject to change 

In addition, there is a dedicated sports channel - Sport 24 which offers coverage of many sporting events. Sport 24 is shown in selected bars on-board and is not available on cabin televisions. Please see Can I watch sport on board? for further details. 

Size of the televisions

  • Suite cabins have 40" Samsung televisions
  • Mini suites have 40" Samsung televisions
  • Standard cabins have 32" Samsung televisions
  • All televisions will be 43" screen TVs except the forward suite bedroom which will be 32".
  • The main sitting area within the forward suite also has a 43” screen TV.
  • The Suites have a 40" Samsung and a 32" Samsung television
  • The Mini suites have 32"  Samsung televisions
  • The Deluxe Balcony Stateroom have 24" televisions
  • All other cabins have 24" televisions
  • Suite televisions have a 26" screen in the sitting room
  • All other cabins, including Suite bedrooms, standard cabins and Superior Deluxe cabins have 22" screens.
  • All suite and balcony cabins have 40'' Samsung televisions
  • All inside cabins have 32'' Samsung televisions
  • All televisions will be 43" screen TVs except the forward suite bedroom which will be 32".
  • The main sitting area within the forward suite also has a 43” screen TV
  • Suites have 26" televisions 
  • Standard staterooms have 20" LCD televisions


We provide a subtitled version of the Guest Safety video which is available in all cabins.

Subtitles for other programmes are not available.

Type of connections

Smart Devices (iPods | iPads | Tablets | Smartphones )

Azura, Britannia & Ventura

These ships have interactive televisions therefore the connection sockets are used to enable the use of the interactive systems. We therefore request that these connection points are not altered.

Aurora, Arcadia

These ships have both old (Viewsonic) and new (Samsung) televisions. You will only be able to plug any smart devices into the older style televisions as long as they have the following connections HDMI, VGA, S-Video, Component Video, Composite Video, Head Phone Jack, TV Antenna Input. The newer style televisions have a USB input therefore as long as you have this connection, you will be able to use them.

DVD Players

Region 2 (UK) DVD players can be found in the following cabins:

Ship Cabin type Current grade


B1 | B2 | b4

Mini Suite

CA | CB | CE

Penthouse Suite



B1 | B2 | B5

Mini Suite


**Please note that all televisions are NTSC (U.S standard) therefore UK region DVD players will not work on-board unless they are region free.  

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