Yes. The Azura, Aurora, Oriana and Ventura all have single cabins and as of 2014 the Arcadia will also feature single cabins. Each of these ships also offers a number of cabins available for single occupancy with an additional supplement to pay of between 40 and 80 per cent. You can of course take part in any ship-board activities when travelling solo, but the line offers coffee mornings aimed specifically at single cruisers on cruises of over three nights.
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