P&O Cruises: SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND GIBRALTAR, 24 MAR - 05 APR 2019, 12 NIGHTS, 6 PORTS, from £719
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P&O Cruises: SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND GIBRALTAR, 24 MAR - 05 APR 2019, 12 NIGHTS, 6 PORTS, from £719

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Found 14th Jun
Holidaying on Ventura

Ventura is an enticing playground at sea for people of all ages. Ideal for families or adults, she makes cruising a pure pleasure.
Enjoy elegant fine dining, a tranquil spa, great sports facilities and four pools.

There are age-specific children’s clubs, a night nursery for 4s and under and an early children’s tea.

Adults can unwind with dazzling shows, stand-up comedy and a lavish, two-deck theatre.


Itinerary

Day 1 Southampton, United Kingdom
Day 2 At Sea
Day 3 At Sea
Day 4 Vigo, Spain
Day 5 Lisbon, Portugal
Day 6 At Sea
Day 7 Cartagena, Spain
Day 8 Malaga, Spain
Day 9 Gibraltar
Day 10 At Sea
Day 11 La Coruna, Spain
Day 12 At Sea
Day 13 Southampton, United Kingdom


INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

Food - full board
Luxury accommodation
Spectacular entertainment
Children's clubs
Gym
Pools & relaxation
Sports deck
Dance classes
Shuttle buses in port*
Special events

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Rather a nice time of the year for Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar, and just £60 a night all-in - travel, accommodation and all the food you can eat.
Rather choppy time of year to be taking an Atlantic coast cruise, though.
Heat!
89quidyoucantgowrong1 h, 27 m ago

Rather choppy time of year to be taking an Atlantic coast cruise, though.


No it’s not! Enough said
finish the cruise by being torpeoed by the Spanish taking over Gibralter
Shame not in school holidays otherwise worth a punt
The same cruise on 25th November is £666.00 via Iglu
baldeagle0914 m ago

The same cruise on 25th November is £666.00 via Iglu


The clue to the 8% price difference is in the word 'November'.
baldeagle0922 m ago

The same cruise on 25th November is £666.00 via Iglu


Cant imagine why it would be cheaper in November...
Have done this cruise in December in 2017 and 2016. Apart from a hurricane in the Bay of Biscay we had a great time. Fantastic large ship. Lots to do. Nice ports of call. Great value for money. Get there by train coach or car. After that its a stress free holiday. Just for info as the cheapest bottle of wine onboard is about £18 :-

"Bringing alcohol onboard at embarkation: Each passenger, aged 18 or older, is allowed to bring one bottle of wine, Champagne, beer, spirits or liqueur up to one liter in size at embarkation. ... Purchasingalcohol in ships' duty-free shop(s): It will be retained until the end of the cruise".

G&T every morning methinks. Bring a mixer as water is £10 for 6 small bottles. Yes there are some downsides but they are managable. Dont miss Captains night, as much as you can drink for free for about 3 hours.
johnnyd57uk11 m ago

Dont miss Captains night, as much as you can drink for free for about 3 …Dont miss Captains night, as much as you can drink for free for about 3 hours.


Really? Never heard of that one........
Every ship and every cruise has a "meet the Captain" night to the best of my knowledge and I quote

"Many cruise lines host a captain's cocktail party on every voyage so that passengers can meet the crew. The booze usually flows freely at these parties, which can last for an hour or longer. On Disney Cruises, all trips have captain's cocktail parties with free drinks, so that cruisers can mingle with the captain and Disney characters."

Certainly happens on P&O. Even on Thompson, just reading.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 15th Jun
johnnyd57uk53 m ago

Every ship and every cruise has a "meet the Captain" night to the best of …Every ship and every cruise has a "meet the Captain" night to the best of my knowledge and I quote "Many cruise lines host a captain's cocktail party on every voyage so that passengers can meet the crew. The booze usually flows freely at these parties, which can last for an hour or longer. On Disney Cruises, all trips have captain's cocktail parties with free drinks, so that cruisers can mingle with the captain and Disney characters."Certainly happens on P&O. Even on Thompson, just reading.


Not on P&O, I can assure you!
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