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Aurora

OVERVIEW: Aurorais best for adults of all ages (although most cruises attract the over-50s) and families with children, who want a cruise that starts and ends in the UK, aboard a large ship with all the facilities of a small resort, with food and service that come with a sense of British-ness.

Adonia

OVERVIEW: There may not be marble bathroom fittings or other expensive niceties, but this adults-only ship provides a value-for-money cruise and tour programs geared specifically to more mature British passengers, in a hassle-free environment with expert speakers.


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160,402 Opinions
cruise to the caribbean
P&O  / Oriana /
CARIBBEAN

By oke, torrington on 22nd Apr 2014
my wife and i have just come back from a 24 night cruise on the oriana,the food in the oriental restaurant was very good, but the food in the conervatory was not up to much,continental breakfast was very poor, we had a inside cabin on deck 9 which was ok...  Read More >>
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More bad than good points.P&O next time????
P&O  / Azura /
Atlantic

By Hodgetts, Redditch on 22nd Apr 2014
Bad points:-Cruise was only average .Only one freedom dining restaurant(with waiter service) and one buffet restaurant,which had large queues. Hygiene could be better.No one sprayed tables in buffet area only using cloth from water bucket...  Read More >>
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Just Paradise !
P&O  / Ventura /
CARIBBEAN

By Adams, Redditch on 22nd Apr 2014
I recently went on my second cruise with P&O, first time I went around the West Mediterranean on the Azura and this time on Ventura around the Caribbean Islands. I went with my auntie and uncle and stayed in an indoor accessible cabin, which is great if...  Read More >>
300 Views 8 of 12 found this useful
5
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160,402 Opinions
cruise to the caribbean
P&O  / Oriana /
CARIBBEAN

By oke, torrington on 22nd Apr 2014
my wife and i have just come back from a 24 night cruise on the oriana,the food in the oriental restaurant was very good, but the food in the conervatory was not up to much,continental breakfast was very poor, we had a inside cabin on deck 9 which was ok...  Read More >>
336 Views 1 of 11 found this useful
3
More bad than good points.P&O next time????
P&O  / Azura /
Atlantic

By Hodgetts, Redditch on 22nd Apr 2014
Bad points:-Cruise was only average .Only one freedom dining restaurant(with waiter service) and one buffet restaurant,which had large queues. Hygiene could be better.No one sprayed tables in buffet area only using cloth from water bucket...  Read More >>
560 Views 2 of 18 found this useful
2
Just Paradise !
P&O  / Ventura /
CARIBBEAN

By Adams, Redditch on 22nd Apr 2014
I recently went on my second cruise with P&O, first time I went around the West Mediterranean on the Azura and this time on Ventura around the Caribbean Islands. I went with my auntie and uncle and stayed in an indoor accessible cabin, which is great if...  Read More >>
300 Views 8 of 12 found this useful
5
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P&O Cruises

P and O Cruises are always a popular choice with not just new cruisers but with returning passengers. There fleet consists of 7 soon to be 8 ships as the new Britannia is being released in the spring of 2014 joining the other 4 ships, the Aurora, Azura, Oceana and Ventura which are all family friendly. Unlike these ships the Adonia, Arcadia and Oriana are all exclusively for over 18’s only.

The Azura and Ventura are well known for their great kid’s clubs and amenities, split by age range so that staff are dedicated to meeting each child’s needs. Children’s character Noddy makes an appearance from time to time are having fun. Child minding services are offered on their family friendly ships as standard.

Weddings at sea with P&O are also becoming increasingly popular as the packages available may even compete with a traditional wedding at home. The couple can choose to be wed on board or at their favourite port. Prices for a full ceremony start at just £1,200.

P and O Cruises’ ships dock in more ports than any other UK cruise line. Most of their vessels are based in Southampton, but the Arcadia will offer Mediterranean Fly Voyages for the 2014 cruising season, while bigger ships Azura and Ventura will be offering itineraries that sail to the Caribbean. Arriving in spring 2015, P and O Britannia will be the largest ship built exclusively for Britain, and will combine their traditional features with modern innovations to make this an exciting new ship release. She will have a passenger capacity of 3,600.

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