P&O Cruises UK

Posted on: August 23rd, 2010 by Cruise Passenger 7 Comments
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During late 2010 and 2011, P&O Cruises’ Oriana, Aurora, Arcadia and Artemis will cast off on their World Voyages, visiting a staggering 89 destinations in 46 countries. Depending on the destination there will be Asian dishes on the menu, tropical South Pacific-themed evenings, and Australian winetasting sessions. Prominent speakers are invited to present informative talks on their specialist fields.

ENTERTAINMENT

Evening is when your superliner is the most magical. An array of shows and a choice of exotic themed nights provide a busy entertainment schedule. Cabaret acts, musical productions, live music, formal and gala evenings, film showings, tropical parties, a casino, a nightclub – our ships are bustling with choices.

DINING

Beautifully presented cuisine, exquisite surroundings and enticing six-course menus await your pleasure. Buffets, bistros, stylish cafés, poolside snack bars and elegant dining rooms can be found on board. Club Dining each evening offers the camaraderie and tradition of a fixed table at two separate sittings.

FACILITIES

Away from land, days at sea enable you to escape all of your cares, to relax and live life at a different pace. Whether that’s exercising in the gym, tasting wines, learning the tango, indulging in a massage or lounging beside one of the heated open-air pools.

ACCOMMODATION

SUITE WITH BALCONY48.3 sqm, Butler service, Lounge & dressing area, Daily canapés, Mineral water, fruit, flowers and Champagne, Upgraded bathroom MINI-SUITE WITH BALCONY35.6 sqm, Sofa, chair and table, Pamper pack, Mineral water, fruit, flowers and Champagne, Daily canapés, Upgraded bathroom DELUXE BALCONY STATEROOM23.6 sqm, Sofa, chair and table, Pamper pack, Mineral water on arrival, Bathroom

CHOOSING YOUR ITINERARY

Choose from seven British-styled liners, each offering a very different holiday experience. There are itineraries ranging from two nights to more than 100 that explore the four corners of the globe. In early 2011, Arcadia will complete her third circumnavigation of the globe and will make stops on the east coast of Australia.

Established: 1822

Vessels: 8 by 2011

Star rating: 4 star

Tonnage: 45,000 – 115,000

Passengers: 1,200 – 3,100

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:

Accommodation, All meals (Selected Restaurants), Entertainment, Port taxes, Government fees, Room service, Onboard activities

WHAT’S NEW

P&O Cruises’ newest liner, Azura, was launched in April 2010 and offers the ultimate in relaxation and pampering. An exclusive outdoor spa terrace and alfresco massages are just two of the delights.

 

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  1. […] P&O Cruises UK’s latest ship, the 115,000-ton Azura, is an unusual combination of cruising tradition and contemporary chic. Alongside afternoon tea, ballroom dancing and dressing for dinner, you’ll find a gorgeous, adults-only outdoor lounge on deck and a top-notch Indian fusion restaurant. Azura is elegant and relatively formal – but innovative and fun at the same time. […]