From 30 November 2011, Oriana will become exclusively for adults

When Artemis leaves the fleet next May the number of holidays exclusively for adults available within the P&O Cruises programme will be effectively reduced as Adonia, her replacement, is a smaller ship. We therefore wish to add a third ship to offer this type of holiday. We feel we can do this as Azura,… [Continue Reading]

A once in a lifetime experience, every time – new world cruise shore adventures with P&O Cruises

Imagine walking over a tree lined canopy in the Amazon rain forest, sailing on a junk in Vietnam, seeing the wildlife on safari, and an Ostrich Ranch near Cape Town, visiting the Great Wall of China, taking a thrilling ride through the Dubai desert safari in a 4×4 or climbing the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge… [Continue Reading]

Royal Princess to Leave Princess Cruises Fleet and Join British Sister Line P&O Cruises

Santa Clarita, CA (December 9, 2009) — One of the small ships of Princess Cruises, the 710-passenger Royal Princess, will depart the line’s fleet in spring 2011, transferring to sister company P&O Cruises in the U.K. The ship will be renamed Adonia.
As a result, five sailings in April and May will be cancelled, and in… [Continue Reading]

Small is beautiful for P&O Cruises as it announces another addition to the fleet

P&O Cruises is bucking the industry trend towards ever larger vessels by introducing a ship to its fleet that will accommodate just 710 passengers and will be able to visit the “off the beaten track” destinations that are inaccessible to some of the bigger ships of today.
The new ship will be named Adonia and will… [Continue Reading]