It has recently been announced by P&O that they are changing their on board booking policy.
Before the change, P&O used to collect £50 per person off clients on board and this was attached to their Peninsular numbers. Then when passengers decided which sailing they wanted the future cruise deposit was utilized which gave passengers extra on board credit on their chosen sailing. These future cruise deposits would last for up to a year so passengers can choose which sailing they wanted in comfort.
I used to work on board cruise lines quite a few years ago mind you. The company I worked for was Celebrity Cruises. The ship I was on at that time was the Celebrity Summit which is a Millennium class ship. My Itinerary in Alaska consisted of sailing from Vancouver and visiting the ports of Skagway, Icy Straight Point, Ketchikan, Juneau, Hubbard Glacier and Sitka. The ports visited depended on the itinerary.
If you read my previous post I will be joining the celebrity Eclipse on Friday for a two night mini cruise to Le Harve in Paris which I am very much looking forward to be going on. As well as the ship (Which you will have plenty of photo’s soon) there are friend son the same sailing who I have not seen for a while so a good catch up is needed.
Dining is a big part of cruising and all cruise lines like to try and out do each other on new and innovative venues to make your cruise experience memorable.
Princess have recently announced some new dining experiences they are introducing on Caribbean Princess. The ship is currently in dry dock in Bahamas until 6th April, the ship will head to the UK to sail the British Isles round trip from Southampton from May until September, visiting port such as Cork and Dublin in Ireland, Belfast and Edinburgh.
Here at cruise.co.uk we are always looking forward to new ways of cruising. We have been offering garden themed cruises for over 30 years. Whether we combine these with Cruise & Maritime, River cruise line, Regent, Cunard and Fred Olsen these garden cruises are extremely popular.