Crazy Week

Well that was a crazy week thanks to the annual frenzy of early bookers as P&O launched their 2021/2022 programme of sailings.

With priority given to their top tier Peninsular Club members, the departure dates were then released over the course of a few days with each going on sale promptly at 8am so an early start for us daily to secure bookings before prices increased. Discounts are given to pas passengers with smaller discounts for first time passengers.

A very popular addition has been positioning the ever-popular Azura in the Mediterranean for a summer of fly-cruise itineraries from Malta in 2021.  Family cabins in school holidays were quickly snapped up. Ventura will in turn replace Azura for summer 2021 on Western Mediterranean and Baltic cruises between May and October.

Oceana is operating a 2021 summer season of 12-night Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands, seven-night Southern Cruise Breaks and two-night Short Breaks in 2021, while in winter 2022 Aurora is a setting off on a 99 night World Cruise.

Arcadia is doing her first ever transit of the Amazon as part of its 55-night Grand Tour, which takes in the Caribbean and South America.

In summer 2021 Iona will offer a season of seven-night Norway fjords cruises from April through to September, with calls into Stavanger, Olden, Geiranger and Haugesund, as well as seven calls to Alesund at the start and end of the season.

For the 2021/2022 winter season the ship will also offer a 16-night Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands cruise over Christmas and New Year.

After the cancellation of this winters season in the Middle East Oceana will return to Dubai and the Arabian Gulf for winter 2021-22.

If you want to secure your sailing in advance and benefit from all the early booking offers, give me a call on 0330 303 8292 or email me on alisonr@cruise.co.uk.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Hi, I'm Alison. My passion for travel really started after training as an interpreter in Spanish, Italian and French. After living in Italy for a year, I started working in the Travel Industry as a reservations consultant for a large Tour Operator nearly 30 years ago and have been addicted…

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