P&O Cruises winter 2019/20 programme features more than 180 new cruises

P&O Cruises has launched its new winter 2019/20 cruise programme featuring more than 180 itineraries, including a full season of Dubai and Arabian Gulf cruises, an extended fly Caribbean season, a new Northern Lights cruise and a low deposit of 5% if booked by April 30.

Key features of the programme include: 181 new cruises between October 2019 and March 2020, a full season of Dubai and Arabian Gulf itineraries including three cruises to India, a longer Caribbean fly season, a new 12-night Northern Lights cruise, Ventura and Arcadia to operate five-night New Year short breaks (replacing Aurora and Oceana) and Ventura to operate two 35-night long spring Caribbean cruises.

Prices start from £699 per person for a 12-night cruise from Southampton. Previous guests booking a Select Price 2019/20 winter cruise by April 30 will receive a 5% discount.

P&O Cruises VP sales & distribution, Alex Delamere-White, said: “This new programme is packed with holidays to appeal to everyone - whether they want an adventurous trip, a foodie tour, a relaxing spa break, a summer sunshine family holiday or a romantic getaway. As such, it represents a huge selling opportunity for agents and with that comes a vast array of Shine rewards and prizes.”

For more information or to book call 0345-355 5111 or visit pocruises.co.uk


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