Take your pick from hundreds of voyages in 2020 and 2021 and get ready to enjoy an unforgettable holiday when you choose P&O Cruises!
P&O Cruises are often referred to as "Britain's Favourite Cruise Line" - and it's easy to see why; few operators have mastered the art of combining exciting cruise itineraries with an onboard experience that is suitable for couples, families, groups and solo travellers.
We offer P&O Cruises in a range of the world’s top cruise destinations. From the breathtaking Norwegian Fjords to captivating Asia and the Far East, every voyage promises adventure and relaxation in equal measure.
P&O Cruises Ships
P&O Cruises’ fleet is comprised of seven ships. Thanks to their eye-catching livery, P&O’s ships are instantly recognisable and have come to define everything to be celebrated about family-friendly cruising.
The ships, along with the dates they entered service, are as follows:
- Aurora (2000) - 1,950 guests
- Oceana (2002) - 2,272 guests
- Arcadia (2005) - 2,388 guests
- Ventura (2008) - 3,192 guests
- Azura (2010) - 3,597 guests
- Britannia (2015) - 3,647 guests
- Iona (2020) - 5,200 guests
Every P&O ship is packed with all the ‘big ship’ facilities you would expect. When not exploring a port of call, you can enjoy the relax on the sun-deck, take a dip in the pool or book yourself in for a spot of pampering in the ship’s onboard spa. You will also have the option of taking part in cookery classes, dance classes and sports tournaments.
When night falls you are free to relax in one of the many lounges or bars or head to the theatre for a musical extravaganza, a West End-style show or a cabaret performance. Alternatively, if you fancy a quiet night in, you will always have the option of retiring to your cabin or suite and watching an on-demand movie from the ship’s library.
Where dining is concerned, food enthusiasts will love the variety of mealtime options available on P&O cruise ship. Depending on the ship you choose, you will find everything from authentic Italian eateries to ultra-modern Pan-Asian fusion cuisine and traditional British fare; every dish freshly prepared by P&O Cruises’ team of chefs.
P&O Cruises From Southampton
P&O Cruises are a perfect choice should you wish to avoid flying on your next cruise holiday. Many of P&O Cruises depart from Southampton, which means there is no shortage of fantastic itineraries for you to choose from. Take your pick of sailings in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and the Baltic or head further afield to the Caribbean or even South America and enjoy the ultimate no-fly cruise experience.
Alternatively, if time is an issue, then P&O Cruises offer a range of short-break cruises from Southampton ranging from two to five-nights which visit Holland, Belgium, Germany and Guernsey.
Included on a P&O Cruise
Cruising with P&O is fantastic value-for-money and your cruise fare includes the following elements:
- Luxurious accommodation
- Full-board dining
- Evening entertainment programme
- Use of the ship’s gym, pools and sports deck
- Dance classes and special onboard events
- Children’s clubs
- Shuttle buses in selected ports of call
Selected sailings also include onboard spending money, which you can use throughout your cruise to put towards shore excursions, spa treatments and beverage packages.
P&O Cruises - Book With Confidence
Book any P&O cruise sailing after 1st September 2020, you can take advantage of P&O's new flexible transfer policy. Guests who pay the Select Price or Early Saver fare will be able to transfer their booking to any P&O Cruises' voyage that is currently on sale free of charge. This is subject to notice being given prior to the balance due date.
For further information regarding P&O Cruises in 2020 and 2021, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677. Alternatively, please make an online enquiry for your preferred voyage.
Good value for the price paid, but some room for improvement.
Very poor internet and an appalling pricing policy. Might be time to scrap formal nights.
Always excellent service, a great team. Paul Andrews is a font of knowledge if you need advice.