A study of over 65s found that many envy the lifestyles of the young, with the majority (57%) saying they wished they had travelled more and 45% wishing they had quit their jobs and changed professions.*
P&O Cruises will play host to GMTV next week, as its nationwide search for Britain’s hidden culinary talent – ‘Chefs at Sea’ – comes to a close with the four finalists battling it out on board one of the most popular ships in the fleet, Ventura. Presenter Claire Sweeney will be at the helm and P&O Cruises own culinary genius, Marco Pierre White, will be judging the live final at the end of the week.
A day after Cunard announced its world voyages for 2011-2012, P&O Cruises is touting its own. As five ships take in 177 ports in 55 countries, with 95 separate holidays to choose from, the new P&O Cruises’ 2011/12 world cruise program is its most expansive ever. The line is offering five world cruises, 18 line voyages and 72 shorter cruise holidays, departing in 2011 and 2012. The 2011/12 world cruise brochure will be on sale beginning Thursday, July 15.
Five ships, taking in 177 ports in 55 countries, with 95 separate holidays to choose from, the new 2011/12 world cruise programme from P&O Cruises is its most expansive ever.
In May 2011 Adonia will be joining the P&O Cruises fleet. Adonia, the smallest ship in the P&O Cruises fleet, has been designed to offer an intimate cruise experience with small ship charm.
P&O Cruises has announced a new line up of celebrity guest speakers who will be entertaining passengers on board this summer.
1,200 passenger ship Artemis is on a ‘maiden’ voyage of a different kind, as she set sail yesterday with P&O Cruises first female Captain, Sarah Breton, at the helm.
Prima ballerina Darcey Bussell CBE has officially christened Azura, the latest P&O Cruises ship built exclusively for Britain. The spectacular celebrity naming ceremony, with Darcey Bussell as the ship’s Godmother, took place on Saturday April 10, prior to Azura’s maiden cruise to the Mediterranean which departed today.
For 17 years P&O’s Pride of Bilbao cruiseferry, servicing the Portsmouth to Bilbao route, has been ever-present, however, from September 2010, P&O are withdrawing their popular mini cruise.
P&O Cruises introduces pathfinder ship Adonia, with ex UK and Mediterranean fly cruising, exclusively for adults