P&O Cruises to offer Mediterranean fly-cruising as part of largest ever programme

Posted 15 Mar 2010 – P&O Cruises is offering its largest ever cruise programme next year, including fly-cruise holidays to the Mediterranean on new small ship Adonia joining the fleet in May 2011 and the first full year of cruising for 3,100 passenger ship Azura.
For the first time, family friendly ship Oceana will offer cruises… [Continue Reading]

Three chefs, six restaurants, six ships

P&O Cruises, the only cruise line to have three Michelin starred chefs, will have Gary Rhodes, Marco Pierre White and Atul Kochhar travelling on board in 2010. The chefs will visit their restaurants at sea on a selection of cruises throughout next year.
The celebrated chefs will take part in cooking demonstrations, lessons, Q&A sessions and… [Continue Reading]

Derren Brown will ‘sea’ you on board Aurora

Illusionist Derren Brown will be performing his spectacular mind-reading show on board P&O Cruises superliner Aurora in September 2009. The 3-night cruise, departing 23rd September 2009, will go on sale on Friday 12th June 2009.
The man once dubbed the ‘scariest man in Britain’ will hold perform two interactive 45-minute shows on board in the Curzon… [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]

P&O Cruises offers two World Voyages in 2010

World cruise expert P&O Cruises is offering two world voyages for 2010 which will be on sale from Monday 15 September 2008. Arcadia will undertake her first full circumnavigation for those passengers who are looking for a traditional round the world voyage and Aurora will be taking a connoisseur voyage aimed at more experienced cruisers… [Continue Reading]