The exceptional service that you receive on P&O Cruises makes all the difference, receive tailored service with  purpose-built ships that cater for families, such as Aurora, Azura, Oceana and Ventura Ships. Or the Arcadia and Oriana, which is exclusively for adults-only. If you’re looking for design and style influenced by Britain’s modern innovations, the Britannia serves just that!

You’ll never get bored en-route to your next destination, with a host of incredible activities for you to experience, from live musicals and Broadway shows to cinema showings the recent releases. P&O offer a fantastic entertainment menu including Strictly Come Dancing themed cruises, which feature dancers and judges from the hit TV show!

Even if you’re a foodie, you’ll never tire of the restaurants available on P&O Cruises. Marco Pierre White offers a menu of succulent dishes at Café Jardin and Ocean Grill. Writer and TV presenter Olly Smith brings a selection of decadent wines on board at the Glass House and James Martin offers exclusive culinary experiences at The Cookery Club featuring a 12-stationay-cookery school.

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P&O Cruises offer global destinations, whether you intend to travel North, South, East or West. The most popular destinations that P&O Cruises sail to include San Francisco, Hong Kong, Rio De Janeiro, Cape Town, Nagasaki, Sydney, Auckland, San Diego, Mumbai and Dubai.
  • Africa Cruises

    For any keen explorer, Africa is most definitely on that bucket list. Brimming with a cosmopolitan of vibrant cities, a cultural heritage and idyllic beaches not forgetting the extraordinary wildlife encounters in Africa’s impressive reserves and parks. Cape Town is the perfect city escape with dramatic views of the majestic Table Mountain, this vibrant town is perfect for shopping, dining, eco tours and activities. Rabat is a sightseer’s paradise with French-designed gardens, 12th Century ruins and impressive culture hotspots.

    Cairo is Egypt's largest city, filled with majestic mosques and palaces. This charming city is the perfect place to haggle a bargain or two. You may have seen aplenty of desserts during your travels, but the Namib desert is one not to overlooks, stretching over 2000 kilometers.
  • Asia & Orient Cruises

    Set sail on an incredible journey through some of the world’s most sensual destinations with our cruise holidays through Asia’s stunning cosmopolitans. Asia and Orient cruises offer indulgent locations with breathtaking beauty, culture and sights, One day you could be strolling through the peaceful park in Nagasaki, Japan; the next you could be eyeing up the futuristic architecture of Shanghai.

    The ultra-modern city of Shanghai is the perfect location to experience some of China’s pretentious points, from the car-free Xintiandi shopping and restaurant district, the peaceful Yu Garden to the many temples and ever-growing skyscrapers. Sitting above a Taal Volcano Island, Tagaytay is a mesmerizing destination in the Philippines with incredible nature trails and unforgettable vistas.

    Another incredible city to add to your bucket list is the glowing city of Singapore; don’t forget to explore this modern metropolitan at night, where the city lights up in a rainbow of colours. Had enough of the glowing city lights? Make a stop at Sihanoukville, known for its gorgeous palm fringe beaches and tropical islands.

    Other destinations include Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia.
  • Australasia Cruises

    Make your way to the other side of the world with on an epic Australasia Cruise. Those looking for vibrant city stops can explore Melbourne; serving as Australia’s second largest city – you’ll find national parks, bustling streets and a splendid cuisine culture, exploring the tastes of China, Vietnam, Greece and Spain. Hop on a vintage tram and see where it takes you!

    For an iconic journey, stop off at Sydney, home to one of the world’s most recognized harbour cities. Discover the Sydney Opera House, drive across the Harbour Bridge or taste local flavours from the many restaurants sprawled across this lively city.

    Those who prefer to spend their Cruise holiday discovering the ocean should definitely take up the chance to swim in the Great Barrier Reef. Visiting the Bay of Islands set in the South Pacific is also an adventurer’s dream, home to dolphins, whales, penguins, gannets and the big marlin. Want to cuddle a Koala? No problem, head to Bisbane, which is home to the world’s largest and oldest Koala Sanctuaries with a Koala count of 130!

    Other incredible stop offs on the Australasia Cruise include Auckland, Tasmania, Wellington and Darwin.
  • Baltic Cruises

    Embarking on a Baltic Cruise allows you to see some of the most intriguing cities, from the vibrant exterior of Copenhagen, the natural scenes of Oslo and the cobbled streets of Stockholm to the incredibly captivating port of St Petersburg.

    St Petersburg really captivates the eye, with its stunning cathedrals and palaces that simply cannot be missed while at port. If you’re eager to learn more about this incredible city, it’s worth checking out a few museums that are truly breathtaking. The Grand Market Russia Interactive Museum is one of the most intriguing of them all, see the city scaled down in miniature form, from the impeccable detail on the cultural landmarks, to the waterways and attractions.

    As you walk through the cobbled streets of Stockholm you can’t help but notice the ancient past that still exists, with 13th Century features that make this wonderful city picturesque, with waterways, museums and parks.

    Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen serves as an entertainment hub with Amusement Par, picturesque gardens and live performances. If you’re traveling as a family, this is certainly a point of interest to consider while docked in Copenhagen.

    Oslo’s modern city is contrasted with gorgeous lakes, Fjords, picturesque parks and botanical gardens; venturing here during winter will be a wonderful post or pre Christmas treat.

    10-night Baltic Cruise

    Day 1 – Southampton
    Day 2 – At Sea
    Day 3 – Hamburg
    Day 4 – At Sea
    Day 5 – Copenhagen
    Day 6 – Oslo
    Day 7 – At Sea
    Day 8 –Amsterdam
    Day 9 – Amsterdam
    Day 10 - Bruges
    Day 11 – Southampton
  • Iberia and Canary Islands Cruises

    Dip in and out of vibrant cities in Portugal and Spain on the Iberia and Canary Islands Cruise. Iberia serves as an idyllic entry to Spain and Portugal, with picturesque fishing villages, architectural gems and glam cities.

    Portugal’s most beloved volcanic island, Madeira, is suited for the outgoing traveller, with incredible hiking trails and parks. For a contrasted cruising experience, why not include Lisbon in your itinerary? This architectural city homes world heritage gothic buildings, ruins and quaint shopping areas with lively squares during the day and night.

    The Canary Islands are some of Spain’s most visited destinations for year round tropical weather and sun kissed beaches. Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro all form the Canary Islands.

    Tenerife is the perfect island for whale watching, with tourists spotting up to 26 species of Whale, from baleen, killer, pilot, blue whales and dolphins. The Teide National Park homes the third highest volcano in the world - climb the orange stone formations for some pretty incredible sights! Also, Europe’s biggest waterpark, Siam Park is situated on the island with big drop slides and tranquil gardens for those seeking fewer thrills and more chill.

    Lanzarote’s UNESCO Biosphere recognition is what makes this wonderful island stand out from the 7. Eco-systems, lava tubes and pristine beaches play a big part when visiting this island, the Timanfaya National Park is made from over 100 volcanoes, where rare plants can be found, and a show of steam bursting from holes in the ground to demonstrate how hot below the surface is!

    Gran Canaria is known for its lava black and pristine white beaches, with duty-free shopping, golf courses, hiking trails, water parks, and botanical gardens.

    14-nights Madeira to Portugal Cruise
    Day 1 – Southampton
    Day 2 – At Sea
    Day 3 – At Sea
    Day 4 – At Sea
    Day 5 – Madeira, Portugal
    Day 6 – Madeira, Portugal
    Day 7 – La Palma
    Day 8 – Tenerife, Spain
    Day 9 – Gran Canaria, Spain
    Day 10 – Lanzarote
    Day 11 – At Sea
    Day 12 – Lisbon
    Day 13 – At Sea
    Day 14 – At Sea
    Day 15 – Southampton
  • Caribbean Cruises

    Exploring the Caribbean islands is something that should be done at least once in a lifetime. Nothing beats pristine white beaches, turquoise oceans and a laid back ambience. Discover bustling towns with markets, culture and architectural beauty and explore a wealth of idyllic islands, each with their own characteristics, from dense tropical jungles, to incredible marine life and quaint marine life.

    Barbados is the ultimate island for relaxation, with its incredible sun kissed coastline and charming towns with tiny churches and a wealth of history. Spend an afternoon browsing Bridgetown, with British architecture, 6 shipwreck sights and a lively food market.

    For a depth of culture and outdoor adventures, a stop off in St Lucia is well preferential. Home to chocolate-making, volcanic beaches and majestic cliffs, you can spend a day in St Lucia exploring Pigeon Island, Gros Islet and Rodney Bay.

    Grenada’s exterior is awash with white sandy beaches and swaying palm trees, but if you dig a little deeper you’ll find volcanic craters, mountain valleys, rainforests, lakes and cascading waterfalls.

    Just like Grenada, Dominican showcases some extraordinary natural sights; the oceans that surround the island home whales and dolphins and are often seen up close by a boat ride. Roseau is Dominica’s capital where you can find markets, museums, mountain sceneries and the World Heritage Boiling Lake situated in Morne Trios Pitons National Park.

    14 Nights Caribbean Cruise

    Day 1 – Barbados
    Day 2 – At Sea
    Day 3 – Bonaire
    Day 4 – Aruba
    Day 5 – At Sea
    Day 6 – Grenada
    Day 7 – St. Vincent
    Day 8 – St. Lucia
    Day 9 – At Sea
    Day 10 – Dominica
    Day 11 – Antigua
    Day 12 – St. Maarten
    Day 13 – At Sea
    Day 14 – Barbados
    Day 15 – Barbados
  • Central America Cruises

    Central America Cruises surpass the ordinary and make way for the unprecedented, from world-renowned diving sites to miniature islands in Mexico to 100-mile long rivers that connect one size of an island to another.

    Costa Rica, known for its beaches and volcanoes, is drenched in tropical jungle. National Parks, forest gardens and a variety of adventure travel excursions wait. Cocovado National Park is recognized as one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world, with wildlife ranging from squirrel monkeys, jaguars, tapirs and scarlet macaws.

    Cozumel measures just 12 miles long, with quaint cafes and shops and a sublime beach with an incredible Palancar Reef where you can spot sea turtles, stingrays and an abundant of colourful fishes on a boat tour or snorkeling and diving trip.

    Another idyllic Mexican destination is Huatulco, which is a popular cruise port made up of 9 hidden bays and a remarkable 36 beaches.

    The Panama Canal is a 48-mile long waterway, used for trade. Nearby the entrance to the Panama Canal, you’ll find the Causeway Islands, which are made up of four islands. Main highlights in Panama City include the Biomuseo; its exterior is an architectural gem, housing artwork from architect Frank Gehry.


There’s plenty of time to kick back and relax on board P&O Cruises, the spa offers a range of massages and treatments that'll leave you feeling utterly relaxed. The Spa features a Hydro pool, a personalized spa tour and complimentary consultations for all services. The fitness centre includes bikes, treadmills, steppers, free weights, fitness classes and rowing machines. There are a host of on board games including deck tennis, football, cricket, golf and shuffleboard.

If you can’t resist a little retail therapy make your way to the wonderful collection of shops, which offer fantastic savings on perfumes, watches, jewellery, bags, gifts and souvenirs. Families looking to spend a little adult time on board can turn to the dedicated holiday clubs for ages 2-17 years. Splashers is a club for 2-4 year olds, which includes a night nursery.
  • Britannia: Larger Ship

    The Britannia ship is part of the family-friendly ship category and exudes with innovative British design, which is designed by world-leading experts. There are over 10 different dining options onboard as well as 10 relaxing havens,7 entertainment venues and 8 bars. The Britannia ship occupies up to 3,647 passengers and has a crew count of 1,350.

    Families can enjoy the perks of a Cruise holiday with comfy cabins fitted with bunk beds and sofa beds, free age specific kids club with fun activities such as treasure hints, crafts and sports. Teens can also enjoy a club specified for them with a sun deck.
    Adults can also take pleasure with a variety of facilities to take advantage of from fitness classes, a serenity pool, tranquil spa and black tie evenings onboard.
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  • Aurora

    Aurora is a mid-size ship, which is part of the family-friendly collection at P&O Cruises. Enjoy the comforts of newly refurbished interiors, which were taken place in 2015. Stylish interiors also come with stylish facilities, with onboard dining designed to suit every mood and appetite, a tantalizing spa invites you to sit back and enjoy the ride, while the spacious suites with fresh and elegant interiors help you sleep the night away while you sail en route to your next destination. The terrace pool is a wonderful feature if you’re sailing off somewhere hot, the Playhouse is a modern cinema that showcases some of the popular films during the day and into the night. There are plenty of places to simply socialize, from the sophisticated Atrium, the casual Crow’s Nest and the Uganda room, which serves as a private party venue. Never tire of places to eat or drink, Aurora hosts many restaurants on board serving a wide range of menu’s to keep your taste buds happy. If you’re in the mood for a relaxing drink, head to the many bars positioned on the ship, with al fresco ambiences to casual and sophisticated settings.
  • Azura

    Azura is one of the largest ships in the P&O Cruises fleet, with over 8 dining restaurants and poolside grills, relaxation hubs, 5 entertainment venues and over 8 bars to for social gatherings.

    The Azura ship can occupy 3,100 passengers and has a crew of 1,250. The Azura ship is designed to give families peace of mind while embarking on their cruising holiday. With a selection of family-friendly cabins, free age-specific children’s club (2-17 yrs old), kids paddling pool and splash pool, plus 2 family-friendly swimming pools. Don’t worry; if you feel like taking some time out without the kids, the night nursery is a complimentary service for children aged between 6 months and 4 years. The night nursery is a quiet area where infants can sleep while you enjoy some well-deserved alone time; the nursery is open from 6pm until 2am.

    Adults onboard the Azura ship can enjoy a host of facilities such as the adult-only pool, alfresco spa terrace and evening entertainment including theatre shows, bands, comedy acts and cabaret performances. If you’re one to keep up the fitness routine wherever you may be in the world, the fitness center offers yoga, Pilates and dance glasses.
  • Oceana

    Oceana is P&O Cruises’ family-friendly mid-size ship, housing 5 dining places including 2 main restaurants, a theatre and show lounge, 9 bars and lounges, with 3 offering deck bars and a range of onboard locations to relax and unwind, with 5 whirlpool spas and a tranquil Oasis Spa.

    Onboard Oceana, you’ll find 5 cabin categories, all air conditioned and spacious for restful nights sleep at sea. Choose from an Inside Cabin, Outside Cabin, Balcony Cabin, Mini Suites and Suites. The Inside Cabins feature plenty of space with comfy interiors to allow for a pleasant base on your cruise holiday. Outside Cabins are perfect for families or groups, with two lower beds that convert into a queen bed, as well as the use of a wardrobe and drawer. If you prefer a view with your Cabin, why not opt for the Balcony Cabin, equipped with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, which lead out to the well-appointed balcony. For extra space, book yourself a stay in the Suites or mini-suites, fitted with an opulent bathroom with whirlpool bathtub and a separate bedroom with two lower beds that can convert into a queen bed.
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  • Ventura Ship

    P&O Cruises’ Ventura ship is family friendly due to it being one of the larger ships in the fleet. There are a host of family amenities available such as age appropriate children’s club from 2-17 years of age and there’s even a night nursery for under 4 year olds. Also available for families is the family-friendly swimming pools, dedicated restaurants and early eating time for children, and shore excursions tailor made for families.

    Of course, the Ventura Ship welcomes couples too, with sophisticated and thoroughly entertaining theater shows, bands, comedy and cabaret productions, four well-appointed pools and 6 whirlpools, 3 specialty dining restaurants, depending on duration and availability, guests can enjoy a back tie evening.

    There are 3 cabin categories aboard Ventura Ship; choose from Inside, Outside or Balcony Cabins. The Inside Cabins measure between 137 – 181 sq. ft. fitted with air conditioning, queen size bed, wardrobe and drawer space and modern facilities such as an interactive TV, radio telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. Outside Cabins measure between 137 – 181 sq. ft. and feature two lower beds that can convert into a queen bed. Fitted with bathroom and shower, writing desk, interactive TV, tea and coffee making facilities and some include a window or porthole. For Opulent space, opt for the Balcony Cabin, measuring between 178 – 237 sq. ft. with air conditioning, convertible queen bed, bathroom with bathtub and shower, small sitting area, interactive TV, refrigerator and coffee making facilities. Guests can enjoy morning tea or coffee on the balcony with sublime sea views.
  • Arcadia

    Arcadia is a mid-size ship in the P&O Cruises fleet, featuring world-renowned chef Marco Pierre White’s restaurants, a three-tiered theater and a boutique cinema. Arcadia is designed to soothe your senses while en route to your next destination, with over 3,000 pieces of artwork scattered around the ship to create a homely and comforting ambience. Talking of soothing ambiences, spend an afternoon in the Spa with large hydrotherapy pool, thermal suite and aromatic showers for a truly blissful self-indulgence.

    Choose from an array of cabin types on board Arcadia, the stylish suites feature two lower beds that convert into a queen bed, a bathroom with whirlpool bath, shower and pamper pack and a lounge space with sofa, chairs and table. Min-Suites serve as home from home living, with two beds converting into a queen bed, a lavish bathroom with whirlpool shower, shower, dual sink vanity and a lounge area with sofa, chair, table and TV with DVD player. Balcony Cabins offer similar amenities to the Suite and Mini-Suites except for the large private balcony with reclining chairs and table. Outside Cabins include similar features to the above Cabins and also include a window or porthole to capture mesmerizing views of the sea in the privacy of your cabin. Inside Cabins are also available.
  • Oriana

    Reserved for adults only, Oriana is one of the smallest ships in the P&O Cruises fleet; designed with elegant and artistic finishes for a tranquil cruise holiday. Adults can relish in sophistication, from the 6 dining restaurants, to the 7 bars and 4 entertainment hubs. There is many things to do while cruising at sea onboard Oriana, join in with a dance or crafts class, browse best selling books in the library, check yourself into the impressive spa with steam rooms and salon, hit the gym, or shop until your heart’s content.

    5 Cabin options are available, each including facilities such as a daily steward service, TV, radio and telephone, hairdryer, refrigerator, safe, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning, writing desk/vanity, wardrobe and drawer space, and a pamper pack including shampoo, conditioner, soap and a shower cap. The lavish suites measure between 449-753 sq. ft. and feature an outside balcony, bathroom with whirlpool bat and shower. The walk-in dressing area is a prestigious touch, as well as the champagne and chocolates upon arrival and daily canapés.

Going on the P&O Cruises is similar to starting a journey of excitement, calmness, and exploration all combined into an unforgettable experience. Once you step onto the fancy ship, you are surrounded by a world of luxury, where every wish and want is taken care of with careful attention.

One of the most alluring aspects of the P&O Cruises is the sheer variety of destinations you can explore without the hassle of constantly packing and unpacking. Whether you're drawn to the sun-kissed beaches, the breathtaking fjords, or the iconic cities near the coast, there's the P&O Cruises itinerary to suit every traveler's taste.

Onboard activities abound, ensuring that there's never a dull moment during your time at sea. From swimming pools and water slides to spas and fitness centers, there's something for everyone to enjoy. You can partake in exhilarating shore excursions, where you can snorkel in crystal-clear waters, hike through lush rainforests, or explore ancient ruins steeped in history and mystery.

Cruises are also a paradise for food lovers, with an array of dining options ranging from gourmet restaurants to casual eateries serving up international cuisine to tantalize your taste buds. Whether you crave fresh seafood, sizzling steaks, or exotic flavors from around the world, you'll find it all and more on board.

But perhaps the most magical aspect of the P&O Cruises is the opportunity to forge lasting connections with fellow travelers from around the globe. Whether you're swapping stories over cocktails at the bar, dancing the night away under the stars, or simply enjoying quiet moments of reflection on deck, you'll find that the camaraderie and sense of community onboard are truly special.

In the end, the P&O Cruises is more than just a vacation—it's a journey of discovery, relaxation, and enrichment that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. So why wait? Set sail on your next adventure and let the wonders of the sea whisk you away on an unforgettable voyage.


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