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P&O Cruises 14nt fly-cruise £899 each to Barbados & Virgin Islands,full board,inc transfers & tips 27/10 £1798 @ Logitravel

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Travel duration: 14 nights
Departure date: 27th October 2023
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Cruise departs from Southampton
Flights from Barbados to London
Visit Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Tortola (Virgin Islands), Basseterre (St. Kitts), Fort de France (Martinique), Bridgetown (Barbados)
Cruise ship: Arvia
Based on accommodation in an Inside Cabin (*other cabins may be available)
Board basis: full board
Based on 2 adults sharing
Tips included
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  1. Technoman2's avatar
    This is a good price for a repositioning cruise but you have 3 sea days to Canaries then 5 sea days to the Carribean. It can be a bit of a lottery in the Atlantic with Hurricane season between June and November.
    Just come back off this ship after 2 weeks around the Med and it was full. The first few days there were Queues for restaurants as people tried to get to grips with the Freedom dining and online App booking system. If you had nott booked your restaurants 14 days before leaving the UK then you could have to wait 90 mins for a table or be forced to use the buffet. Managed to always get a sunbed but all reas particularly pool areas fully occupied and pools too small for onboard capacity. Food and entertainment were good but some people are experiencing this week 2 hour waits for courtesy busses particularly in Palma today. Captain apologised for delay.
    wolfinsheepsclothing's avatar
    If I had paid to experience that would not have been happy but horses for courses hope it was enjoyable to you thanks for info helped me decide not to go.
  2. gillhoose1888's avatar
    Sounds good but since I’ve been on wonder of the seas this would be like a little tug boat for me.
    iceburglettuce's avatar
    This still has over 5000 passengers and is almost the same length as the Wonder so it’s pretty big. The Oasis class are something else though.
  3. TheEgyptianKing's avatar
    Anyone know if there is a way to fly back a couple of days later, Bridgetown is great would be a waste to travel that far and fly out the same day
    Dazza_DCFC's avatar
    There is a 15 day option on the p&o website that allows you an extra nights overnighr stay at barbados
  4. ashuk's avatar
    Not many stops. Whenever I look for a cruise I look at the destinations, sea days are really boring.
  5. Unsane's avatar
    Cruise ship: Arvia
    I thought that ship had sunk.
    slo_moshun's avatar
    No, the tide just went out
  6. Jake_Roberts's avatar
    This was £845 a few days ago. So no heat from me. Was going to book it but we needed to be back by 9th Nov so went with a trip in September instead.
    gary74's avatar
    What website same one ?
  7. gary74's avatar
    This gets any cheaper I'll be booking it - I've heard cruises need to be fully booked to leave no idea how true it is
    Technoman2's avatar
    No not true . After covid some were sailing at 60%. P&O are aiming these larger ships at the younger generation as they reckon they spend more money onboard. Unfortunately nobody has told the Grey Pound brigade and i would say 80% plus are eldderly cruisers who in Arvia's case want to experience the new ship and what it has to offer. This may subside next year as interest wains and people move back to the smaller ships like Ventura and Brittania.
  8. delfinostar's avatar
    Good price and value for some. Bit to spend on a ship most days, wouldn’t be a great experience. Those type of cruise demographics is over 60s more or less. I’d rather book flights separately and pick up one of the cruises on sale. Maybe works out a little more expensive, but gives so much more. 
    Kittycat876's avatar
    Transatlantic or ship.
    I’m not even 30 (love cruising) and I’m going because it’s a great price with a brand new ship!
  9. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    They don't seem very sure about what flights are included and availability.
    Also, looks like an error, says flights are "from London", I'd expect to be flown from Bridgetown TO London.

    Your flights
    Flights from London
    Once the booking is made we will contact you within 24-48 hours to inform you about flight availability
    Status: To be confirmed
  10. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    The same cruise is bookable for the same price on the P&O Cruises website.

    More info on there about the flights with options to fly into Birmingham/Cardiff/Manchester instead of London. You can also opt out of the flight home if you want a one way trip or fly back independently. (edited)
  11. Kittycat876's avatar
    See you on this cruise as I’ve booked this last month👋🏼 (edited)
  12. saintscouple's avatar
    We´re on this ship next month around the med for our 1st cruise, but also looking for something hot in January, shame this wasn´t later.
  13. madhouse77's avatar
    Hot but link not working
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