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Overnight in port - Usually after a full day or afternoon in port. The ship will depart the following day
Evening in port - Usually follows a half or full day in port. The ship will depart at or after 9pm
Cruise by - The ship will sail past or into the port but will not dock

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Short Breaks

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It’s amazing how much relaxation and adventure you can experience on a short cruise break. Experience relaxation and adventure with destinations including Bruges, Amsterdam and more.

Join us for a short break in Articles

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With a wide range of short break mini cruises to beautiful destinations, ranging from two to five nights, you can relax to the max on ship and enjoy exploring some of Northern Europe’s most beautiful and historic cities.   Take Amsterdam for example, a city brimming with attractions. Culture vultures will be drawn to its wealth of world-famous museums, among them the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum (home of masterpieces by Rembrandt, Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer), while an...

Cruises from Southampton

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Step aboard in Southampton and straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moments. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you’ll be watching your first destination come into view. But where will it be?

Family Holidays with P&O Cruises

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Family holidays are a time to share special moments with each other. But going on a family holiday with P&O Cruises doesn’t have to mean making compromises – while on a cruise, every member of the family can enjoy their own time too.

City Break cruises with P&O Cruises

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Nothing beats the feeling of excitement when discovering a new city.

Europe has some of the best urban experiences the world has to offer and with P&O Cruises you can visit them in complete comfort. Once you’ve booked your trip, you won’t have to worry about booking hotel rooms, airport transportation or anything else. It’s time to ditch your average city break for a cruise holiday where you can visit one or several locations in a single trip. Whatever you decide, let...

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Holidays with P&O Cruises

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Welcome to the world of P&O Cruises, where the sunsets are unforgettable, the scenery will take your breath away and every day is a new adventure.

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10 Nov - 12 Nov 2018

VENTURA (N832)
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  • Bruges
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22 Mar - 26 Mar 2019

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About Belfast in Destinations

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Belfast enjoys a wonderful setting of high hills, sea lough and river valley. Its name originated from the Gaelic 'Beal Feirste' meaning 'mouth of the sandy fjord'. Founded in the 17th century, the city was one of the world's leading industrial names, home to Harland and Wolff - the shipbuilders who built the ill-fated Titanic.   Despite its more recent political troubles, Belfast is today an alluring destination. Amidst its majestic Victorian buildings, shop in stylish boutiques,...

About Greencastle in Destinations

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There's no denying that Londonderry has seen its fair share of conflict dating back to the 17th century when walls were built to fortify the city. They still stand today having withstood numerous attacks, including the Great Siege of 1689 by King James. The layout of the city remains relatively unchanged since the 17th century. You'll find a historic centre with the gothic St. Columb Cathedral at its heart. The four main streets radiate out from the 'Diamond' and lead to the four gateways;...

About Newcastle in Destinations

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Over the past 10 years Newcastle has transformed itself into a first-class European city. As well as excellent shopping, superb restaurants and waterfront bars and galleries, it boasts beautiful historic architecture, museums and some unique pieces of sculpture, including the famous landmark The Angel of the North, created by Antony Gormley - which is situated just south of the city. Originally founded by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 11th century, today sections of his famous...

About Stornoway in Destinations

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Stornoway is the main town on the Isle of Lewis, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides - an area renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and stunning scenery of mountains, moorland and golden beaches. The history of Lewis dates back thousands of years and around the island lie myriad ancient stone circles and standing stones, including the famous Carloway broch - a round Iron Age fortification. Located on the east coast, Stornoway is a phonetic translation of 'Steering Bay' - a name given by Vikings...

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13 Dec - 17 Dec 2019

VENTURA (N936)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
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10 Nov - 12 Nov 2018

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  • Bruges
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22 Mar - 26 Mar 2019

AZURA (A906)
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About Belfast in Destinations

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Belfast enjoys a wonderful setting of high hills, sea lough and river valley. Its name originated from the Gaelic 'Beal Feirste' meaning 'mouth of the sandy fjord'. Founded in the 17th century, the city was one of the world's leading industrial names, home to Harland and Wolff - the shipbuilders who built the ill-fated Titanic.   Despite its more recent political troubles, Belfast is today an alluring destination. Amidst its majestic Victorian buildings, shop in stylish boutiques,...

About Greencastle in Destinations

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There's no denying that Londonderry has seen its fair share of conflict dating back to the 17th century when walls were built to fortify the city. They still stand today having withstood numerous attacks, including the Great Siege of 1689 by King James. The layout of the city remains relatively unchanged since the 17th century. You'll find a historic centre with the gothic St. Columb Cathedral at its heart. The four main streets radiate out from the 'Diamond' and lead to the four gateways;...

About Newcastle in Destinations

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Over the past 10 years Newcastle has transformed itself into a first-class European city. As well as excellent shopping, superb restaurants and waterfront bars and galleries, it boasts beautiful historic architecture, museums and some unique pieces of sculpture, including the famous landmark The Angel of the North, created by Antony Gormley - which is situated just south of the city. Originally founded by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 11th century, today sections of his famous...

About Stornoway in Destinations

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Stornoway is the main town on the Isle of Lewis, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides - an area renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and stunning scenery of mountains, moorland and golden beaches. The history of Lewis dates back thousands of years and around the island lie myriad ancient stone circles and standing stones, including the famous Carloway broch - a round Iron Age fortification. Located on the east coast, Stornoway is a phonetic translation of 'Steering Bay' - a name given by Vikings...

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Cruise Destinations | P&O Cruises in Destinations

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Where in the world would you like to go?

Our ships have gone global, quite literally. Sailing North, South, East and West across the oceans and seas, we present a tempting array of options both close to home and far, far away.

The far reaches of Asia, the Orient, South America and our cousins 'down under' can be discovered with our Exotic fly-cruises. North America, Canada, Russia (and its Baltic neighbours), Scandinavia, Southern Europe and the Canary Islands can be all...

British Isles in Destinations

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With mini cruise holidays starting from just 2 nights, short cruises are an ideal way to take time out from a busy lifestyle. With the same range of entertainment, dining options and leisure facilities that are found on our longer voyages, these mini cruises are designed to help you get the most out of your days and nights on board. Enjoy a weekend with friends on a short cruise to Bruges, or spend a week with loved ones cruising the fjords. Either way, it’s an incredibly hassle free way to...

About Cork in Destinations

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Cork  is Irelands second largest city. Here you can visit St Finbarrs Cathedral, Cork City Museum and the 19th Century Cork Jail. Dont miss your opportunity to visit Blarney Castle, a short ride away, to kiss the Blarney Stone!

About Bourgas in Destinations

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The second largest city on the Black Sea coast, Bourgas is situated between the sea and two lagoon-lakes. Offering a real snapshot of the culture and character of the Black sea coast, its District Museum of History offers an insight into everyday life past and present. Nature lovers will love its Sea Garden Park - the perfect way to appreciate the city's wonderful setting whilst surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens and artistic sculptures. From here, it's just a short, scenic descent to...

About Santa Margherita in Destinations

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Once a quiet fishing village in the shadow of its flashier near neighbour Portofino, Santa Margherita has developed into a charming resort with its own distinct appeal. As well as the inviting cafés, restaurants and bars around the harbour, Santa Margherita is unusual for this part of the Italian coastline in having some fine, sandy beaches.  You can even hire changing cabins from the beach bars. There are some fancy boutiques around the harbour and along the narrow lanes that lead...

About Katakolon in Destinations

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The small Greek port of Katakolon was developed in the 19th century to serve the thriving local trade in currants. Today it is your starting block for Olympia - birthplace of the Olympic Games. A pretty town on the banks of the River Alpheios, Olympia lies only a short drive away from the port and its historic stadium - where the first Olympic torch was lit in 776 BC and is a fascinating site to explore. You can still see the marble starting blocks used by early athletes in the...

About Stavanger in Destinations

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The gateway to Norways spectacularly scenic fjordland, Stavanger is also a town with its own rich heritage as it is regarded as the 'Cradle of the Vikings'. Your ship will dock right next to Gamle Stavanger, the old quarter, with its collection of 200-year-old white wooden houses (considered national heritage monuments in their own right), 12th century cathedral modelled on Winchester Cathedral, markets, craft stores and art galleries. Look out, too, for the Three Swords monument in the...

About Toulon in Destinations

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Better known as Frances main naval base than as a cruise port, Toulon has unexpected charm and is all the better for not being a major tourist destination as you can wander through the cobbled streets of its delightful old town untroubled by crowds.   Look out for the superb maritime and art museums, the magnificent Romanesque cathedral and Le Marche, where fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables are bought to market every day.    Ship buffs also have the bonus of watching the...

About Korcula in Destinations

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As the reputed birthplace of that great explorer Marco Polo, the Croatian island of Korcula is a must-see for any cruise traveller. Its medieval Old Town, which juts out into Dalmatian archipelago between Dubrovnik and Split, is surrounded by 14th century stone walls and contains a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main thoroughfare like a fish bone, designed to cut down on the impact of sun and wind to provide citizens with comfortable and sheltered...

About Naples in Destinations

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Cruising into the Bay of Naples is a memorable experience. The Naples port is overlooked by the imposing Sant Elmo medieval castle, high up on Vemero Hill, as well as the 13th century Castel Nuovo, which is right next to the Naples cruise terminal in the heart of the city. Within a short walk, to the left of the terminal, are three of Naples best-known landmarks:  Castel Nuovo, the 17th century Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale), and the elaborate 18th century San Carlo Opera House. To reach...

Barrow in Destinations

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This Lancashire port town is just a short distance from the Lake District, making it the perfect gateway to some of England's most beautiful countryside. Why not take a tour of some of the picture-perfect villages that dot the landscape, or travel up into the hills to take in truly breathtaking views of the valleys, forests and lakes below? For the more active, a day's hiking will allow you to explore some of the more wild parts of the Southern Lake District - perhaps you'll spot an elusive Red...

Mandal in Destinations

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Mandal is the most southerly town in Norway and therefore enjoys some of the mildest weather the country has to offer. The picturesque town has many natural delights for visitors including over 120 hectares of country park and more than 2km of sandy beaches. The most famous beach, Sjøsanden, is situated within a short walk of the town centre. The beautiful natural surroundings have stiff competition in the form of the buildings that are dotted around the town. The numerous small, white-painted...

About Mormugao in Destinations

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India's sunshine state of Goa has many natural riches: stunning beaches, fertile farmland, thick forests, lush river valleys and acres of peaceful coconut groves.   Located along the Arabian Sea, the main port Mormugao is tucked down in the Southern district. Away from the hippie party strip of the north, and a short drive from the busy port, you'll find a much quieter, more serene scene. With less development here, you can spread out and enjoy miles of blissful palm-fringed sand...

St. Thomas Port Overview in Destinations

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About St. Thomas The duty-free shopping capital of the Caribbean and possibly the world, St. Thomas also happens to be one of the prettiest islands. Its capital and also its cruise port, Charlotte Amalie, boasts a beautiful Caribbean harbour, especially at sunset.   All the shops - and they boast genuine bargains in the jewellery, perfume, drinks line - are concentrated in and around Charlotte Amalie.   Around the island, you will want to see Magen's Bay, voted one of...

About Casablanca in Destinations

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The sprawling, Moroccan city of Casablanca, sits on the north-west coast of Africa. Modern, vibrant and boasting a fascinating history and heritage, it offers some incredible contrasts. Racing traffic whizzes by a backdrop of wide boulevards, parks and streets lined with a unique blend of French-Colonian and Moroccan style architecture, all of which can be explored on our Casablanca cruises. Part of Casablanca lies within the walls of the Ancienne Medina - built in the 19th century - which...

About Grand Cayman in Destinations

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One of the Caribbean's most affluent and laid-back islands, Grand Cayman makes a perfect cruise call.  Tenders take guests straight to the capital, George Town, which is easily explored on foot. Get a taste of the island's history at Fort George, which dates from 1790 or plunge 100 feet beneath the waves to view Dayglo-coloured fish, spectacular underwater mountains and elaborate coral formations through the big windows of a submarine. You can get even closer to the marine life...

Destinations Visited By Ventura in Ships

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Ventura visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Ventura.

Destinations Visited By Aurora in Ships

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Aurora visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Aurora

Destinations Visited By Oriana in Ships

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Oriana is our Discovery ship. Her smaller size allows her to fit into ports where bigger ships cannot go. This makes her ideal for the more seasoned cruiser who wants to explore those more exclusive destinations.

Destinations Visited By Arcadia in Ships

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Arcadia visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Arcadia

Oriana - an adult only ship in Ships

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From fine dining to an indulgent spa, P&O Cruises Oriana cruise ship - exclusively for adults - has something for everyone.

Destinations Visited By Azura in Ships

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Azura visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Azura.

Destinations Visited By Oceana in Ships

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Oceana visits a great range of destinations from the vibrant Med, where she spends the majority of her time, to the quaint chocolate shops of Bruges and the luscious landscapes of Iberia and the Canary Islands. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Oceana below.

Health and Spa on board Oceana in Ships

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Find out more about spa, beauty and fitness at sea on board Oceana.

Health and Spa on board Oriana in Ships

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Health and Spa on board Aurora in Ships

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Find out more about spa, beauty and fitness at sea on board Aurora.Relax and unwind in the on board spa, let us pamper you in the salon and rejuvenate yourself with our on board gym and fitness classes... On board Aurora you will find luxurious spa facilities including saunas, steam rooms and even hair and beauty salons. There’s everything you need to be truly pampered.

Destinations visited by Britannia in Ships

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Where will your Britannia adventure take you? Britannia visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on board Britannia...

Health and Spa on board Arcadia in Ships

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Find out more about spa, beauty and fitness at sea on board Arcadia.Relax and unwind in the on board spa, let us pamper you in the salon and rejuvenate yourself with our on board gym and fitness classes... On board Arcadia you will find luxurious spa facilities including saunas, steam rooms and even hair and beauty salons. There’s everything you need to be truly pampered.

Health and spa facilities on board Britannia in Ships

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Spa, beauty and fitness at sea. Relax and unwind in Britannia's on board spa, let us pamper you in the salon and rejuvenate yourself with our on board gym and fitness classes.

Ventura webcam & tracking in Ships

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See where in the world Ventura is right now!

If you have friends or family currently on Ventura you can follow their progress here.

Stay in touch with guests on board Ventura. Find out how >

Activities on board Oceana in Ships

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There are plenty of daily activities on board to keep you busy with bars, pools, sports venues and shops, or you can relax by the pool and soak up some rays.

Activities on board Britannia in Ships

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Stepping aboard Britannia you'll find this cruise ship a destination in its own right. With plenty of daily activities to keep you busy, bars, pools, sports and shops. You can relax by the pool, catch a film or enjoy a cookery demo. At sea away from the rigours of routine the world unfolds at a leisurely pace and you have time to do as little or as much as you please.

Blind/visual impairments in Life On Board

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What facilities are available for children on... in Help & advice

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Our family-friendly cruise ships, * Aurora, Azura, Britannia, Oceana and Ventura, are packed with lots of exciting features that will definitely tick all your boxes. Each family friendly ship offers dedicated clubs for all ages from morning till late evening. In addition to the clubs a night nursery, children’s tea, discos and activities are all included in your fare! The P&O Cruises exciting free on-board programme for 2 – 17 year olds is called The Reef. Split into four...

In the event of an emergency drill, are children... in Help & advice

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Crew Alarm (an announcement over the Public Address System - Crew Alert, Crew Alert, Crew Alert) When a crew alarm is sounded parents will be required to collect their children from the children's clubs. General Emergency Signal (seven or more short blasts followed by one long) Any children left in the children's areas will be returned to their parents/guardians muster station by the Youth Team. Parents/guardians will be given this information on board at a meeting with the Youth Staff....

What can I expect when I join the ship? in Help & advice

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Great service begins the minute you arrive in Southampton with porters waiting to take your luggage before you even check-in, you can bring as much luggage as you like when sailing from Southampton, just make sure each piece of luggage weighs no more than 23kg. After check in , enjoy a warm welcome on-board from the ship’s company. Once ready, you’ll meet your cabin steward who will be on hand throughout your trip. If you’re travelling in a suite, your butler will make sure...

What facilities are at the cruise terminals in... in Help & advice

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At Ocean Cruise terminal , City Cruise Terminal , Mayflower Cruise Terminal & Queen Elizabeth II Terminal you will find the following facilities: Taxi rank Public toilets Wheelchair access Short stay visitor car park within the dock (paid facility where "Parking Eye" is in use) Long stay valet car parking within the dock (cars may not always be parked at the terminal but taken to a secure location nearby) Lounge area A café where refreshments can be purchased prior to embarkation...

How long should my passport be valid for? in Help & advice

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If you are a British Citizen, a full passport is required for all cruises. If you do not hold a British Citizen passport , your passport/travel documentation/visa requirements may be different. The following passport and visa information is for British Citizens only. Non British Citizen passport holder requirements may differ. Please check with the Embassies of the countries you are travelling to for the most up to date information. You will need to have 6 months validity in your passport...

What is the baggage allowance on my flight? in Help & advice

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The baggage allowance varies by airline, destination, class of travel and ticket type (in some instances your baggage allowance may differ from the airline’s standard amount due to the agreements we have with the airline). Please be aware that your baggage allowance may not always be the same for all flights in your itinerary and that allowances on UK domestic routes may be less than on international routes. Your baggage allowance can be found on your Cruise Personaliser . Baggage...

Can I disembark at every port if I am a full time... in Help & advice

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It may not be possible for wheelchair users to get ashore in all ports of call. At the majority of ports visited by our ships we deploy a short ramped low level gangway, commonly referred to as the ships brow, this then allows wheelchair users easy access to shore. We do our very best to make sure that all guests get ashore in as many ports as possible, although there will be times when it is not possible to deploy the ships brow. This is usually due to ports with a large tidal range where the...

How do I contact friends or family on board? in Help & advice

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Via Mobile Phone A mobile phone service is available on-board our ships while we’re out at sea (subject to connectivity). When the ship approaches port the land based mobile phone service will become available and the ship’s service will be switched off. Most mobile phone providers have agreements with the ship’s service provider (Telenor). Costs are usually higher than making an international call to or from a mobile phone. Further details are available via "Can I use my...

Can I arrange a Commitment Ceremony on board? in Help & advice

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Yes, Commitment Ceremonies are available across the fleet. The ceremony is a non legal service conducted by the Captain or Senior Officer and is the perfect way to show your love and commitment to each other. Commitment Ceremony Packages We’ll help you create a ceremony day as fluid as the ocean; as beautiful as the scenery, as romantic as the sunset The P&O Cruises Commitment Ceremony package means a heavenly day of love and laughter for you. We’re sure you have a picture in...

Can you arrange shore excursions using adapted... in Help & advice

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Wheelchair Users Full Time Wheelchair Users An 'Accessible Shore Excursion' guide is sent to guests who are full time manual and electric wheelchair users and those guests who advise they cannot board a transfer coach at approximately 12 weeks prior to the cruise and again at 4 weeks prior to departure, for those guests that book after the 12 weeks. This guide details what we can offer in the way of arranged excursions using an accessible vehicle and the date the Accessible Shore Excursions go...

Are meals and drinks included on my flight? in Help & advice

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The in-flight service offering varies depending on carrier, route and whether you are travelling on a charter or scheduled flight. For further information you may find the following question useful: How do I know if I am travelling on a charter or scheduled flight? Mediterranean fly-cruises A buy on-board service will be available for drinks and snacks during your flight. In-flight meals are pre-bookable on short-haul flights with Thomas Cook Airlines and Jet2. Airlines advise guests to...

Can I arrange a Renewal Of Vows ceremony on... in Help & advice

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Yes, the renewal of marriage vows package is available on all P&O Cruises ships. Renewal of Vows are subject to availability and we require a minimum of 2 weeks notice. Please note spaces are limited and only available on cruises of 7 nights or more in duration. The P&O Cruises Renewal of Vows package means a heavenly day of love and laughter for you. We’re sure you have a picture in your head of how you’d like your special day to be. We’re here to help ensure the...

What information do I need to know when bringing... in Help & advice

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All of our ships are wheelchair accessible and offer accessible cabins. Mobility Scooter P&O Cruises defines a mobility scooter as a three or four wheeled battery powered chair, also referred to as a power-operated vehicle/scooter or electric scooter. Motorised wheelchairs, bespoke machines, and manual collapsible wheelchairs are not included within the definition for the term “mobility scooters”, except Flights, please review flight information later in this document. Please...

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