P&O Cruises has taken delivery of the largest cruise ship built for the UK market.
Iona weighs 185,000 tonnes, is 345 metres long and has 17 passenger decks.
It has a maximum capacity for 5,200 holidaymakers, before social distancing measures are taken into account.
Features include a glass dome roof above a dining and entertainment venue, and a gin distillery.
The ship was due launch in May but that was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Passengers will have to wait even longer to experience Iona, as P&O Cruises has suspended its operations until early next year because of travel restrictions.
Iona is the first British liner powered by liquefied natural gas.
Speaking at a handover ceremony at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: “Iona’s delivery is a very positive signal for the future of cruising.
“She is now officially part of the