P&O Cruises expands award winning Green World Tours programme for 2012

Following on from a successful first season, P&O Cruises is adding a number of new options to its Green World Tours programme for 2012. This also comes after the programme received an Environmental Initiative Award for its notable contribution to advancing the environmental aspect of cruising.*
Green World Tours are a range of charitable and responsible… [Continue Reading]

Free flights on Adonia Mediterranean fly-cruises

When Adonia joins the P&O Cruises fleet on May 20, 2011, she will set sail on a series of Mediterranean cruises to many new ports of call. At just 30,000 tonnes and 710 passengers, Adonia is significantly smaller than the rest of the fleet. The ship will be based in Southampton between May and October… [Continue Reading]

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]

P&O Cruises aids ravaged St Lucia in first cruise ship call to the island

P&O Cruises Oceana became the first cruise ship to call at St Lucia since Tropical Storm Tomas ravaged the island.
Oceana docked yesterday (Sunday) in the port of Castries just ahead of Holland America Line’s Noordam.
Oceana’s captain, Mark Symonds was met by St Lucia’s Prime Minister Stephenson King and tourism minister Allen Chastanet as he presented… [Continue Reading]

All port shuttle buses now free of charge for P&O Cruises passengers

P&O Cruises passengers will have free of charge shuttle buses provided in ports of call where it is not possible to walk into town from Monday November 1, 2010.
P&O Cruises managing director, Carol Marlow, said: “Where possible our ships will dock at the heart of the destination so passengers can explore on foot but when… [Continue Reading]