P&O: The Most Varied Fleet At Sea
September 25, 2014
Cruising’s all about seeing the big wide world and all the wonderfully different things it has to offer but the onboard experience is just as, if not more important to the overall cruising experience (we think anyway).
Think about this for a minute………
If you book a cruise with any cruise line you’re going to have the exact same kind of experience!
Sure some of their ships might be slightly bigger or smaller, some might have a restaurant or two extra but the overall experience will always be the same.
Here at www.CRUISE.co.uk we don’t believe you should have to fit the cruise line, we think the cruise like should have to fit you!
That’s why we think the P&O fleet is so unique – they really do have a ship for everyone!
Tailored Just For You
The P&O fleet stands out amongst all other cruise fleets as being the most incredibly varied, giving options for family and adult only cruising, intimate boutique-style cruising and grand voyages with all the bells and whistles. Which other cruise line could keep both a ninety year old Great Grandma and a twenty five year old thrill seeker happy?
Looking for some peace and calm away from the kids?
Then set sail in childfree bliss on the calm, sophisticated Adonia, the smallest P&O vessel at only 710 passengers – or Arcadia or Oriana, which are larger also adult only with a stylish grown-up vibe.
P&O also understand the needs of active families with Aurora, Azura, Oceana and Ventura, plus brand new Britannia, catering for all ages.
That’s not to say these ships are giant floating crèches – there are lots of adult only areas for those sailing sans children to enjoy.
Me-time craving mums and dads will love The Reef, with kids’ clubs including:
Scuba (9-12) and
The narrow age ranges mean the whole family is kept happy.
(You can see our fully family friendly guide to cruising here)
Having a tiny tot is no reason not to get dressed up for a night out onboard – the night nursery is a safe place for baby to sleep from 6pm until 2am!
There are also dedicated kids’ tea times so you can choose to let the children eat before they go back to their club.
In fact, with all the choice on offer, your only dilemma will be deciding how to spend your time!
You may think it a minor point but having a ship for every kind of taste out there makes P&O incredibly versatile!
Want a small, intimate ship? P&O!
Want a larger, classy, adult’s only ship? P&O!
Need a mega-sized action packed ship? P&O!
How about a classic, mid-sized family friendly ship? P&O!
No other fleet currently at sea can offer so much to such a diverse group of people!
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