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35 night cruise Caribbean and USA cruise (P&O) Bermuda, New Orleans, Miami, Dominica, Barbados etc etc 11 February 2020 (Ventura)  Southampton - Southampton from £2499
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An alluring adventure to the Caribbean and America Sail from Southampton to the captivating Caribbean and southeast coast of America, primed and ready to soak up fun times, heart… Read more

Good price, but this will come down again - it does every year.. At that time of year the ship will be mainly elderly. Not a great ship though - Nicknamed Chavtura. If you don’t like flying it’s ideal, otherwise fly to Miami / Fort Lauderdale and cruise from there. No bad weather and cheaper


That's amazing. We've booked for Tenerife next week and Lanzarote in November. But we'll certainly be keeping a close eye on pricing for next year as it's our 30th anniversary.


Haha, I don't mind at all, it was Direct with Royal Caribbean. The free drinks package offer ended on 2nd July but keep your eye out, they bring it back regularly. Celebrity have a free drinks and wifi offer on at the moment, they're great cruises as well. It shows £1693 total but there was also $300 (£230) on board spends included which we can use to buy cigarettes and Grey Goose :D which we would buy anyway, so that makes it approx £1463 for the 2 of us.


Maybe. But not with P&O


Some cruises gratuities are compulsory I've been told by friends, family who've been on cruises

35 night Caribbean and Central America cruise with P&O Cruises, 3 January 2020, Ventura - Caribbean And Central America ' (Southampton - Southampton) from £2399pp
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
An alluring adventure to the Caribbean and Central America Start your new year by sailing from Southampton to the captivating Caribbean, primed and ready to soak up fun times, hea… Read more

That is bad.


That’s one way to use all your annual leave in one block


I wouldn't book anything that far in advance with P&O because you can't guarantee they won't sell the ship before you sail. Last year they sold off Adonia and cancelled all cruises booked beyond the sale date. Last week they announced they're selling off Oriana next year and cancelling all bookings beyond that sale date. Thousands of very loyal customers have been badly let down.


Wow 2020. Plenty of time to save up for the excursions, drinks etc then.



Greenland and Iceland adventure - P&O Cruises (Oriana) 19 Nights all-in: 23 Jul 2018 from £1299
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Lose yourself in the great outdoors on this Greenland and Iceland adventure Spend a day settling into cruise life before arriving in charming Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. Soak… Read more

£1631 now.


Roughly 20,000 gallons of fuel burned per day on your average cruise liner. :o


It’s logical to assume that ships are very polluting even without the use of bunker fuel compounding it, that’s my point. For anyone willing to delve deeper on the subject it’s even more shocking. Then we’ll end up with people claiming they are travelling ‘ greener’ by plane!


I really really want to go on this cruise


Of course not - but very few people realise just how dirty the fuel they run on is. Nothing like aircraft fuel, petrol, or the dirtiest diesel you can imagine. Bunker fuel is seriously polluting.

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P&O Cruises: SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND GIBRALTAR, 24 MAR - 05 APR 2019, 12 NIGHTS, 6 PORTS, from £719
Found 14th JunFound 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 dinin… Read more

Not on P&O, I can assure you!


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.


Really? Never heard of that one........


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.


Cant imagine why it would be cheaper in November...

P&O Cruises: Iceland, Ireland and Scotland, 30 June - 14 July 2018, 14 nights, 7 ports from £899
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
An extraordinary journey to the Land of Fire and Ice on Azura Your journey takes you to the remote Orkney and Shetland Islands on your way to Iceland – the Land of Fire and Ice. … Read more



Great opp to see the midnight sun in the arctic circle. Good price, great food, chance to see an amazing waterfall, old faithfull geiser or whatever it's called and the meeting of the tectonic plates all in one day, on the golden circle tour. You don't have to pay p&o prices for that tour - just turn up at the bus station and buy a ticket there. We found the 'free' walking tour of the capital excellent, it's easy to diy there. The azura is a fantastic large ship, we enjoyed this itinerary and the ship, and this is an ok price.


I found P&O to offer the best value for money of all. The clientele were absolutely diverse. Some preferred the Buffet and others like me preferred the Fine Dining. Everybody seemed to get on. I did hear people complaining about dress codes or should I say lack of them but they were in the minority. The one thing about Cruising is that people are so helpful and full of advice If you havnt been give it a go. There are 3 P&O cruises every December to the Med and Canaries that are very cheap. Check them out too.


If you REALLY want to hack them off, just tell them you're paying £75 a night for a suite (last-minute deal!) and particularly enjoying breakfasts in the Epicurean and lunches served by the butler. Guaranteed to work! (party)


johnnyd57uk many times at the dinner tables we have heard old stuck up pensioners moaning about people not adhering to dress code . Or when younger people enjoy themselves they give snotty looks . They think they are above others . They also keep moaning about these new huge super ships and they want new smaller traditional ships . They are half dead , they hate a good atmosphere. They have put us off P&O now , So we do Royal Caribbean and NCL now . Was fed up of being asked how many cruise have you done , to a reply this is our 58 th cruise .

P&O cruises: Spain and Portugal (Gibraltar, Cartagena, Ibiza, Valencia, Cadiz, Lisbon) December 2018, 12 nights from £619
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
People-watching, paella and a big portion of Iberian sun. Set sail on a cruise adventure that takes you to some of the most iconic cities and sights Iberia has to offer. Your fi… Read more

Depends entirely on balancing the low price against a less popular time of year. There are better times of year to go but they’ll cost you considerably more


so .... is it worth doing or best avoided ??? lol :o


Agree with the above. Cruises are great value for money - and this is at the lower cost end at about £50 per day. I've been through the bay of biscay probably 7 times with no incidents at all. If there's bad weather, the ship goes closer into the coast. These are big stabilised boats and unless you're in a pretty bad storm you wouldn't know you were on one. p&o drinks are the same as pub prices, and the drinks are brought to you, so they are good value. Their mocktails are about £2.50 iirc. So for abot £50 you get 3 excellent restaurant meals, afternoon tea (not a patch on cunard's), buffet open much of the day and night, painting/dancing/talks/cinema and numerous other daytime activities if you don't want to swim, workout or read, and then usually a great west end style (nearly!) shows in the evening. If that isn't great value at £50 then i don't know what is, Plus they take you to different places most days. Extra costs in addition to those mentioned are parking (probably £100 if you need it), tours in the places you visit (ballpark £50 each if you need them) and i can't think of anything else except perhaps a couple of bigger shirts half way through.


Spot on. Its a far better experience than anything you are likely to encounter with a package holiday and just as cheap. The weather is around the 16C mark in the Med December time. . You take a decent coat which your going to travel to Southampton in anyway and your Tuxedo Gowns and gladrags in your suitcases (theres no limit to how much you take). Food is fantastic and the Fine Dining on the Ventura is as good as the Queen Mary 2 which we just disembarked from yesterday. If you dont like the idea of dressing up threes the Buffet which serves reasonable food and lots of it. Having lugged the kids and big kids around the world for 25 years plus (endless airport queues etc) I can say one of the best things about a cruise is that its virtually stress free. Theres loads to do and the ports of call on this one are very good. Alcohol prices on P&O are very similar to pub prices. If you've got on board spend you can use this on alcohol if you want. Its hard to convince people to go on a cruise (i dont like boats etc) but this is a 10 star hotel afloat and its so big you will hardly notice your on a ship at all.


Not if you smuggle it in your suitcase! But you’ll have to take your own cot, provide your own food, not be able to go ashore etc etc! Alternatively pay the infant fare and enjoy your holiday. Pick up a free brochure at your local travel agent. Plus they will give you loads of free information

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P&O Cruises: The Netherlands, Belgium & France, 3 January 2019 (7 nights) from £399
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The Netherlands, Belgium & France, 3 January 2019 (7 nights) 03-Jan-19 Southampton, UK 04-Jan-19 At Sea 05-Jan-19 Rotterdam, Netherlands 06-Jan-19 Zeebrugge, Belgium … Read more

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I'm sailing with them for the first time this year and saw this deal but it's not really an attractive proposition and could just be a waste of a week's annual leave. An All Inclusive week in a 5* in Turkey would be less than that at that time of year and would include your tips and gratuities.


Not good for a family of 5


Good chance outside decks will be unusable and ports will be very cold. P&O also have a history missing ports in bad weather and not communicating with customers. shop around some TA will be a bit cheaper.


I don't think it would be all that bad in January, despite the potential for rough sea. At least after four or five nights I think you would feel quite settled. The ports aren't very nice. But at least within 20 - 30 miles there are some quite pretty towns and villages that can be nice and warm during June - July. The only potential disaster would be contracting noravirus four to five nights in, which would mean that you wouldn't enjoy the final days nor the return trip home.

Lisbon, Valencia or Gibraltar, which will be your favourite? P&O Cruises (Ventura) Portugal & Spain 12 Nov - 23 Nov 2018, 11 nights, 5 ports £599/629/799 Inside/Outside/Balcony
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
PORTUGAL AND SPAIN, 12 NOV - 23 NOV 2018, 11 NIGHTS, 5 PORTS (Lisbon, Valencia, Cartagena, Gibraltar, and Cadiz) Lisbon, Valencia or Gibraltar, which will be your favourite? Set… Read more

And ensures the cruise liners don't pay decent money


And this is why you should leave the auto tips on, to make sure everyone in the tipping pool gets them rather than just the charismatic one or two you enjoyed some banter with. There's waiting staff that work as runners between the kitchen and restaurant for instance who you wouldn't get to meet, and the service staff in the buffet you'd never get to know by name. It's an industry wide practice so they have to do it too so that people comparing by price see the cruise price across all lines rather than the cruise+tips price on some. Removing the tips is stiffing people who probably work harder longer hours than you do!


Warning! It’s NOT like the TV advert....


I used to work on a ship, only for 1 year, but it was free accommodation, free food and on my free time I could visit wherever we landed, sure, I didn’t save much money each month (but I did save some) no different to living back home now, where I pay rent and buy food and only save a little, but now I don’t get to travel while doing it lol so don’t feel too sorry for them 😘 x


I agree with you. Everyone deserves a decent salary and the staff do work very hard.

P&O 13 night cruise , Spain , Portugal and Gibraltar . Ship Azura £61pppn - £799pp
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Another cracker , 13 nights on Azura in a inside cabin . 6 ports . £799 = £61pppn Or try a balcony for £949 = £73 a night which is a bargain. It’s in April so won’t be hot , but… Read more
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You can Royal Caribbean’s newest super ships Harmony and Symphony are geared up for younger crowds . Night clubs onboard, water slides, wave pools , and drinks packages so you can get pi$$ed without spending a fortune. Huge cinema , 20 bars , 18 restaurants. They hold over 5000 guests and 2500 staff .


Awesome thankyou, maybe il wait until my older years then :P shame love the thought of exploring a different city each day and partying every evening.


It’s mostly 30-60 year olds we noticed on the Azura or Britannia as these are built for families and the younger crowd . But then P&O have smaller traditional ships that 90% of the guests are 55 plus . But not on this ship .


Lol fair enough, well the older generation generally go to travel agents but we have hotukdeals ! ... hmmm maybe il give it a miss then, they should launch a less fancy cruise aimed at the younger generation


Very much aimed at the over 65s. And quite a lot well over that. Obviously a few younger than that but very much the minority. Not a lot of ballroom dancing, to be fair, and most of the moaning is about people who managed to get a lower price. Quite a lot of that in fact.

28 night Caribbean round trip from Southampton for the non flyers! - £1699 @ P&O Cruises
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
This deal works out £60 pppn . If you don’t like flying and want to see the Caribbean this deal is a cracker . It’s onboard the Ventura which is the sister ship to the Azura . P… Read more
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Dropped another £200 ! But leaves tomorrow!


(highfive) sailed on both ships both amazing but didn't pay that price.


Enjoy (lol)


i'd go if I had someone to go with me, wife is a student and would get thrown of the course, i'd happily jack work in


Good price but the drinks bill for 28 days will be extortionate.

15 nights transatlantic P&O Caribbean cruise on Azura from £989pp @ P&O Cruises
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
As above , think it’s a cracking which is around £65 pppn . Your main meal in the MDR is worth that each night ! First 3 days will be cold then it will start to warm up , your last… Read more
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We removed the auto gratuities on Royal Caribbean last year and tipped manually. Royal Caribbean have a full breakdown of gratuities in the paperwork you receive in the room which shows only around 5 or 6 areas of staffing receive these gratuities. The auto charge was $13.50 per day per person..... even for a 3 year old child. Personally, I don't like being told how much and who I have to tip. I'll do as I see fit.


Good shout.. I will keep this in mind next time I book a cruise. We kept automatic gratuities last cruise (Celebrity) and only ended up using the main dining room on a couple of occasions. Noticed many getting more favorable treatment on board (at bars and other areas) as I imagine they were tipping directly.


Didn’t you see the program panorama 2 years ago ? It had lots of companies get investigated one was P&O(Carnival) . It was about Auto gratuity on cruise ships and restaurants. And Carnival only hand back around 55% of the cash to staff and say 45% is for administration. So there is no chance I will leave it on anymore. But if you want to that’s your choice .


The auto tips are split across more than just a handful of staff you interact with. Some behindthe scenes get a share of the tips too. Also if you tip in the main dining room what about all those staff in the buffet? Much easier and fairer to leave the auto tips on.


We do tip , we take auto gratuity off as these dodgy companies don’t give the staff all the money they receive. And we tip as we go so we know the staff get the money .

P&O cruises 12 nights , from £599pp based on 2 sharing (£1198) Spain and Portugal. December
Found 1st Nov 2017Found 1st Nov 2017
The weather won’t be great , but the Ventura is a great ship . And for less than £50 pppn it’s unreal . You will eat more than that in food !
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+ additional 5% cashback offered by AMEX


We done a 14 night Caribbean on Azura over Xmas and new year 2 years ago . Cost £1550 each . We go on a Caribbean transatlantic in March 14 nights , but only 5 islands. And the last 4 days will start to get cooler . But that was only £999 pp . So I think this is a cracking deal . Our bar bill hit £900!!!


Heat added a really good price. I sailed with them last Xmas and new year on a different ship £1600 each + a bar bill


Booked this about 9 months ago after completing a similar trip on the Ventura last December. Amazing value for money and great ship. Nice cabins and decor throughout. On board entertainment is ok and the Silver Service dining is excellent if you like dressing up. The buffet food is good too but a bit on the plain side as you might expect. You get the best part of a day at most ports of call. A brisk walk to each town is better than paying for the the bus. The excursions are expensive but they are worth it if you can afford them. Drinks are a tad expensive but P & O prices are about the cheapest of the Cruise lines. Expect to pay about £20 for the cheapest bottle of wine at dinner. They do let you bring one bottle of wine per person on board and you can top up at ports along the way. Some cruise lines carry out very intrusive searches for alcohol every time you return to the ship and will confiscate any alcohol they find. P&O have a much more relaxed policy. Alcohol is very cheap in Gibralter and a lot cheaper than the onboard offers. Dont forget to add gratuities to your bill. These are approximately £6 per day per person. You can opt out of these once on board and tip workers individually with the envelopes provided. You can do both as we did as the workers get paid peanuts and depend on these tips. For those worried about being "at sea" let me assure you that you wont even realize you are on a ship. Its just like being in a very large hotel. Just lets hope there is no more storms lol. Lots of heat to Yozzman1234 for the post. Just book it. You wont be disappointed


Just to add this is an inside cabin , but not much more for a balcony. Probably one of the lowest prices I have seen for P&O .

Canary Islands  5 Dec, 12 nights full board P&O Ventura: Inside cabins from £649, Outside cabins from £679, Balcony cabins from £849, Suites particularly good value (with butler) from £1,349 - with 'free' onboard spend too @ P&O Cruises
Found 18th Jul 2016Found 18th Jul 2016
Not a bad price for 12 nights on a decentish ship - the suites are particularly good value, complete with butler. Explore the sensational Canary Islands aboard Ventura After thre… Read more

We did the Canaries cruise on this ship at Easter a few years back, ship is lovely - weather was less than kind storm force 10 in biscay, forced us out and around into the Atlantic - got to first port, Madeira after 5 days at sea :-)


If you want something different try Celebrity constellation 14nov Athens to Abu Dhabi 14night throw in a couple of nights each end around £1kpp with drinks package and flights.


Thought it might be horrible in January, but its around 21 C with not much rain... tempted. http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/holiday-weather/europe/canary-islands/tenerife/january


There's something in what you say (and you can always better the official P&O price by using travel agents such as Bolsover Travel) but it's reflected in the low price. There are better times of the year to travel, doubtless, but you pay the price. As for the Bay of Biscay, it's unlikely to be any worse in December than most other times of the year - and there's a lot to do on Ventura on sea days (apart from eating of course)!


All I associate cruises now is with the story that passengers were advised by tsnnoy not to shake hands or otherwise touch each other for fear of spreading sickness. If just one person gets a bug, it's like being on a floating petri dish of bacteria albeit well fed and watered.

Summer School Hols FLY Cruise Deal from £499 pp for 7nts @ P&O
Found 27th May 2015Found 27th May 2015
booked this as soon as it came out today - July and August 7nts cruise from Venice or Genoa inc direct flights and transfers (from a range of airports) on P&O oceana - no 4 be… Read more
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If we could get a 2 week fly cruise for that money, or near that money, in 2016 we would probably jump at that :) Thanks for the information As for October half term in the Med? Hmmm... If it was cheap enough then fair enough, but as you say, how warm is it likely to be? Brrrrrrrr


Sounds great - should be lots of late deals for the Caribbean in November as its not peak season certainly a fly cruise with P&O last couple of years has been £799 or less for 2wks (booked a month or so in advance) for this year Oct half term - both NCL Epic and RCI Allure of the Seas are sailing from Barcelona - both big ships with lots to do - Ideal for families - not sure how warm it will be then mind!


Agreed about having to earn it to spend it...:). I thank you and appreciate your offer to keep your eyes open for me but we are not really sure what we are looking for...however.... Its is our tenth wedding anniversary in September 2016 and we went to the Dom Rep for our honeymoon. We have never been on a cruise before and we were thinking that a weeks cruise, maybe around the Caribbean, combined with a weeks stay in, maybe Miami (for a beach holiday), might be just what we are looking for. We don't mind booking at the very very last minute, and we are already planning to ask our respective employers for a period of somewhere two to three weeks off work (in a block) in maybe September or October or even November next year. We will probably settle for late October running into early November because the hurricane period, for that area, is well and truly over by then :). I know there is a lot of maybe's in the above, but, at the end of the day, 2016 is currently a long time away. However if a good deal crops up then we would jump at it. In addition, we are certainly looking for something after October half term this year. Med maybe? or the Canaries..all inclusive cruising would suit us just fine. Our kids are all grown up and we are at the grandchildren time of life..grandchildren are just the best invention ever. They keep you young in spirit and thought :)


LOL still have to earn it to spend it(_;) cruise and iglu are decent agents, also direct emails with the cruiselines themselves and american agents like vacations to go dot com The cruise forums can also be good - like cruise.co.uk or cruisecritic also on here for some offers, especially flights I posted a very good late deal recently for NCL - £850 +flights for family of 4 to the adriatic at half term - unfortunately flights were £400+ each so it cancelled out a lot of the saving. let me know what you are looking for and I will keep me eyes peeled


Life of luxury :) And you find most of these deals on iglu or cruise.co.uk?

P&O Venice cruises and stays from £579 (total saving around £800 per person)
Found 13th Jun 2014Found 13th Jun 2014
just received a second email from cruise nation today with two offers for P&O cruises the first one is for £579 (11 night cruise from venice to genoa with 1 nights free stay i… Read more
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Fantastic value for a summer holiday. Alcohol, usually expensive on cruise ships, is around UK pub prices. Ventura is far from my favourite ship, but at these prices I'd be tempted. This is a fantastic opportunity for the glorious views of Venice from the Giudecca Canal before it is closed off to the larger ships and becomes much more expensive to sail by on the smaller, premium ships.


Cinque Terra, Santa Margarita, Portofino - the Ligurian Coast is Beautiful - Genoa is a decent port city too - cant go wrong in Italy


Terrific prices, its a great ship. Would love these prices during school hols.


Anything worthwhile in Genoa or nearby ?

AUGUST P&O adult only cruise, 7 nights from Southampton £579pp
Found 6th Feb 2014Found 6th Feb 2014
im half expecting this to go cold but considering this is in the middle of august its a fab price! 8th august 2014 7 nights southampton sail full board (breakfast, lunch, evenin… Read more
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haha no but whatever takes your fancy!


Does "adult only" mean swingers?


http://www.pocruises.com/cruise-ships/oriana/virtual-tour/ click on this for a nosey of the ship (if it works)

P&O Cruises - 14 & 15nt transatlantic cruises inc flights and transfer - >£400 off - from £599pp!
Found 13th Oct 2013Found 13th Oct 2013
Really is a fantastic deal. Even at the full price this is a good deal IMO, but at £599 for an inside state room this is a STEAL. Leaving from Southampton, you can enjoy either a 1… Read more

Ventura is a great ship, food the best we have had at sea, entertainment in theatre not as good as Celebrity but overall a better cruise experience.


Great deal.have done a p&o transatlantic on the azura and it wasn't perfect but at this price it is an absolute bargain.i would go for a balcony for £799.incase anyone wondering I think the ships are pretty much the same apart from Azura has a big sea screen on top deck and Ventura doesn't.


Why ask 4 times then? As stupid as people saying it doesn't include flight.


I think he knows.


The waiters will bring free water to your table at every meal.

Western Mediterranean Cruise - 14 nights. P&O Ventura from £709pp
Found 26th Mar 2013Found 26th Mar 2013
Booked this couple weeks ago at £749 and thought it was a good deal. But now it is £40 cheaper. Equivalent to about £50.64 per day! This is for the getaway fee which is full paym… Read more

The Ventura is a great ship and I would holiday on her again in a heartbeat.


I personnelly think these cruises are like holiday camps at sea. HMS Butins!


We're in 2013 you know, not 1913. ;)


I agree entirely - no big deal. Not exactly 'classy', though, is it, which was my point. P&O used to be a bit upmarket, but you couldn't possibly call it that these days. Again, not a value judgment - just an observation. :)


A VEST!!!!!!!!!!! Thats crazy, he should get the death penalty for that. (_;)

P&O Cruises Ultimate Upgrade Offer - some real bargains if you're quick
Found 6th Mar 2012Found 6th Mar 2012
The Ultimate Upgrade Offer - From £229 per person Throughout March 2012 P&O Cruises are giving you the opportunity to enjoy our ultimate upgrade offer to make great savings … Read more

Good find. We are already going on a cruise with P&O on an inside cabin this year. I asked if we could be upgraded but sadly the answer was no as we had booked early. Better deals will probably come nearer to sailing times - that's what we normally do!