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P&O Cruises have 8 ships in their fleet: the newest being their brand new flagship Iona (launch: 2020). P&O Cruises are known for offering passengers Strictly Come Dancing at sea and for their celebrity chef Food Heroes on-board ships.
Whether you want an overnight cruise in Europe or a hundred night trip around the world, P&O Cruises have you covered!
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By: Hayward , Ross on wye on 5th Oct 2018
Overall a great cruise and looking forward to booking in 2019 on maybe Britannia.
By: Wilson, Codicote on 4th Oct 2018
So for any one who has doubts about cruising give it a go like we did,you could find yourselves addicted.
Britannia is the biggest ship ever built exclusively for the British market offering amenities of a five star hotel.Britannia Cruises
Arcadia is a larger & more spacious ship that is exclusively for adults, featuring entertainment that is geared to British taste.Arcadia Cruises
Aurora is a mid-sized worldclass ship, bringing the joys of classic cruise travel to all.Aurora Cruises
Azura is one of P&O Cruises' most popular family friendly ships featuring The Reef - P&O's FREE Kids Club.Azura Cruises
Iona will enter service in 2020 and sail to some of the most exciting destinations worldwide.Iona Cruises
P&O Cruises' Oceana is all about traditional British qualities. She provides the comforts of a home from home for families.Oceana Cruises
Enjoy cruising with Oriana and find yourself relaxing on your balcony cabin enjoying the sea views.Oriana Cruises
There are designated areas on the outside decks. Smoking is not allowed in cabins, on balconies or anywhere else within the ships.
There will be blue pool towels in your cabin which get replaced every day. You can take them off ship if visiting a beach but remember to bring them back with you.
"Lovely ship, we had a taster in both the speciality restaurants - and they were amazing! Worth the cover charge. Nice open pool area on the Lido deck too!"
"Oceana is a mid-size ship and is a delight to cruise on with plenty of speciality restaurants, bars, Le Club night club with a great atmosphere (and a bit of fun karaoke), 2 large main restaurants etc."
"The ship itself is stunning, the Atrium gleaming in the light. The whole dining experience is seamless and the attention given by the waiting staff is brilliant."
"Oceana is a family friendly ship which holds around 2,000 passengers. This is a great size for passengers who don’t want to have to walk too far around the ship but still have plenty of amenities."
P&O Food Heroes - Eric Lanlard
Cookery Club on P&O's Britannia
There is plenty to do on a P&O Cruises ship, morning, noon and night!
Every P&O Cruises ship has swimming pools, spas, saunas, salons, a gym, golf nets, a library, dance classes and shops. As well as all this you can entertain yourself with an outdoor SeaScreen cinema, Music Festivals at Sea and Spotlight enrichment programmes which give you a chance to listen to a famous speaker. Whether you want to be relaxed or entertained - the choice is yours.
P&O Cruises ships are also the only place you can enjoy Strictly Come Dancing at sea and you can put on your dancing shoes and join in live competition. Certain sailings will also have the shows judges on-board and costumes from the show for you to have a look at.
You can even cook with celebrity chefs in James Martin’s cookery club up on-board where you can polish your own culinary skills. Visiting chefs also come on-board during select sailings.
In the evening you can sit back and prepared to be wowed at the Headliners theatre or catch a comedy performance from a famous comedian. Afterwards, venture along to one of the many bars for a glass of your favourite tipple as you chat with some of your fellow passengers.
If you’re worried you’ll miss something happening on-board, you only need consult your daily Horizon newsletter that’s delivered directly to your cabin. Finally, the real cruise geeks amongst you can venture on a four hour behind-the-scenes tour of the ship and find out exactly what life is like below the stairs…
It’s not just British leisure tastes that P&O Cruises live up to! The food on-board their ships showcase menus developed by celebrity chefs such as Marco Pierre White, James Martin and Eric Lanlard. Passengers can choose to dine “club” with set dining times and locations or choose “freedom” to dine whenever you want with whoever you want for no extra cost.
Dining options on-board include:
Complimentary dining is served in the main restaurant and buffet and there is even a chocoholic’s buffet served to replace afternoon tea on select sailings! Most dietary needs can also be easily met on-board, passengers just need to let P&O Cruises know at the time of booking.
One thing those who sail with P&O Cruises love is the regular sailings from Southampton, so those who hate flying or dislike travelling never have to go far.
Amenities on-board include:
So what makes P&O Cruises suitable for families? Well, on-board you can expect to find…
There is also plenty for children to do, so parents don’t need to worry that their kids will be bored. P&O Cruises offer a variety of entertainment including kids clubs which cater to different age groups. The clubs are called The Reef, Splashers, Surfers, Scubas and H20 and put on discos, tournaments, arts and crafts classes, puppet shows, pool games, karaoke and much more.
P&O Cruises is a line that caters to those who love to dress up on formal nights, but the jeans lovers amongst you won’t need to run for cover! The dress code on-board is casual during the day and dress code only applies during dinner and formal evenings. It adds a touch of glamour to events and guests enjoy dressing up in tuxedos or cocktail dresses… or even wearing 70s clothes if it’s a themed party! For those not used to dressing up, a black tie hire service is available.
Hotel and hospitality design experts, Richmond International, are designing all accommodation options.Read more
Guests of P&O Cruises' Oceana can now get a taste of international flavours at the Street Food Kitchen.Read more