P&o Cruises News

P&O Cruises reveals plans for Orianan overhaul

P&O Cruises reveals plans for Orianan overhaul

25 October 2016 Cruise News

Following the news that Oriana is to undergo a three-week refurbishment, P&O Cruises has released a new graphic clearly illustrating the upgrades to be carried out in Hamburg at the end of November 2016. Comprising a cross section of the ship, the graphic provides clear, detailed information about Oriana’s refit which will improve the overall cruise experience while staying true to its elegant and traditional design.

P&O Cruises launches dedicated agent website Flagship

P&O Cruises launches dedicated agent website Flagship

P&O Cruises has launched its first dedicated travel agent site – Flagship – designed to make it even easier to sell a P&O holiday. Developed specifically for Australian and New Zealand agents, Flagship provides a central hub for information on P&O Cruises’ product, as well as a range of agent marketing tools and an image and video gallery.

P&O Cruises rings in 2016 with record bookings

P&O Cruises rings in 2016 with record bookings

20 January 2016 Cruise News

Australians’ ever-growing love of cruising has pushed bookings for P&O Cruises’ holidays to an all-time high. The cruise line is celebrating an overwhelmingly strong start to the year with the first week of January proving to be its biggest booking week ever – up 84 per cent on the first week of January last year.

New president for P&O Cruises Australia

New president for P&O Cruises Australia

21 December 2015 Cruise News

P&O Cruises Australia has announced the appointment of a full-time president, reflecting its growth in 2015. Sture Myrmell, who is currently senior vice president P&O Cruises, will take responsibility for managing the brand’s operations, effective January 1st, 2016.

P&O Cruises Australia welcomes two new ships to fleet

P&O Cruises Australia welcomes two new ships to fleet

26 November 2015 Cruise News

P&O Cruises Australia has introduced its two latest ships, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, expanding Australia’s largest year-round fleet to five cruise ships. With the addition of Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, P&O Cruises Australia now has five ships cruising year-round from eight homeports in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.