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P&O Reveal Second Ship On Order, Largest Ship Ever Built Exclusively For British Guests!

P&O Cruises has just confirmed a second ship is now on order and is slated for delivery in 2022. UK cruisers now have two megaships on the horizon, and this 5,200-passenger ship is still yet to be named along with its sister slated to arrive in 2020. Both vessels will be the largest cruise ships ever built for the British market and are being built by Meyer Werft at its shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The next generation ship will treat passengers to a range of innovative new features and experiences onboard with stylish interiors, the very latest dining trends...

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The Great Debate: Public’s Vote Of P&O’s New Ship Name About To Be Announced

Back in July last year, P&O revealed there would be a competition in which the public, and devoted fans of the line, could vote for the name of the next ship in their fleet. The winning name will be announced this year and the winner themselves will have their chosen name emblazoned on the side of the ship, aswell as being given two VIP places at the ship’s naming ceremony in spring 2020. P&O Cruises senior vice president, Paul Ludlow, clarified his thoughts: ‘This new ship will be the first new launch for P&O Cruises in five years and will play a...

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P&O Award Passenger Discount For Those Affected By Cancelled Sailing

P&O Cruises has been forced to cancel a 50-night cruise onboard Oriana just 45 days before it was due to depart. This comes down to “essential maintenance” and has stopped the 1,880-passenger ship that was due to sail from Southampton on January 6th 2018 to the Caribbean, Mexico and US, returning on February 25th. Passengers affected have been offered alternative sailings on four other similar cruises and a 5% future cruise credit of the fare paid on the original cruise. The line issued a public apology: We apologise to guests due to travel on Oriana’s X801 but our technical team has...

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New Record As Previous P&O Vessel Becomes First Ever Azamara Ship To Be Christened

Azamara Club Cruises has revealed it will christen its new vessel Azamara Pursuit, previously P&O’s Adonia, in Southampton. It will be the first time the line has christened a ship as both Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest were deployed straight after they were acquired and refit; neither ship was appointed a Godmother. Carol Cabezas, Azamara’s chief operating officer has commented that Pursuit’s Godmother will be somebody who “embodies Azamara’s passion for destinations”. Cabezas and managing director UK and Ireland, Richard Twynam has stated the move to christen Pursuit in the UK during a ceremony on August 28th followed a “truly...

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P&O Unveil New Watertight Rules Changing Alcohol Limitations & Banning Just One Dress Code

P&O has imposed a new code of conduct for passengers that prohibits offensive clothing and places restrictions on the amount of alcohol brought onboard. The newly announced code states that each passenger aged 18 or older is allowed to bring only one bottle of wine, Champagne, beer, spirits or liqueur up to 1 litre during initial embarkation. Any additional alcohol, including any purchased ashore or in the onboard duty-free shops, will be confiscated and held until the last night of each sailing. The new regulations also include a ban on custom group clothing with personal photos or slogans, as well as...

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