P&O Announces Go Green Tours

A new range of charitable on shore experiences are now offered by P&O Cruises on round the world cruises.
Green World Tours is a programme of charitable and responsible tourism based shore experiences designed to support the towns and communities visited on these longer itineraries, as well as giving the passenger a unique experience ashore.
The first… [Continue Reading]

Women rule the waves as P&O Cruises welcomes first female Captain in 173 year history

Posted 20 Apr 2010 – 1,200 passenger ship Artemis is on a ‘maiden’ voyage of a different kind, as she set sail yesterday with P&O Cruises first female Captain, Sarah Breton, at the helm.
Captain Breton, from Essex, was officially welcomed as Master of the ship by P&O Cruises first female managing director, Carol Marlow. Marlow… [Continue Reading]

Artemis Statement

P&O Cruises can confirm that it has signed contracts for the sale of its 45,000 ton ship Artemis to MS Artania Shipping, for an undisclosed sum. The sale will be completed on 6 October 2009 but P&O Cruises will continue to operate Artemis and her series of cruises as published until 12 April 2011. After… [Continue Reading]

One new ship, two new itineraries and six new ports in 2010 for P&O Cruises

A new superliner for the British market, free child places and two new round Britain cruises featuring several destination ‘firsts’, are just a few highlights of the new 2010 programme from P&O Cruises.
Details are contained within the 2010 preview brochure, which features a total of 153 cruise holidays between March 2010 and March 2011, visiting… [Continue Reading]

Cruise line marks Silver Jubilee of classical music at sea

1 Apr 09 – 2009 marks the 25th year of P&O Cruises Music Festivals at Sea programme, a collection of music cruises hosted by well known TV, radio and stage personalities such as Richard Baker, Henry Kelly, Angela Ripon, Nick Bailey, John Brunning, Gabriel Woolf and Humphrey Burton
In 1984, the first Music Festival at Sea… [Continue Reading]