P&O Cruises Summer 2024
The new P&O Cruises summer 2024 collection is packed with inspiration to get you into the summer spirit. So, book by 30 May 2022 to take advantage of some fantastic offers and make sure your dream break is in the diary. After all, the only thing better than looking forward to a holiday is actually living it!
Doesn’t it feel amazing to look forward to a summer holiday? Think of all those long sun-splashed days when you can just let go and savour every moment.
Why Book Early?
5% low deposit◊
Start planning your dream escape with P&O Cruises 5% low deposit◊ offer.
Available on applicable Select Price or Early Saver holidays departing between March and October 2024 – book by 30 May 2022.
Up to 10% guest saving*
Past P&O Cruises guests can save 10%*** and newcomers can save 5%** on applicable Select Price holidays departing between March and October 2024 and booked by 30 May 2022.
Peninsular Club savingΔ
If you’re a member of the P&O Cruises Peninsular Club, you can receive further exclusive discountsΔ on selected holidays.
Extra guests sail for free~
If you book an applicable holiday departing between March and October 2024, third and fourth guests in your cabin can sail for free~. This offer is available on selected off-peak cruises sailing from/to Southampton for 6 nights or more when sharing an applicable cabin with two full paying adults. Prices vary by cruise type, date and duration, are subject to availability and may go up or down.
Which Ship Is Going Where?
Iona will continue to deliver her Norwegian Fjords deployment, including spectacular scenic cruising, and with calls to the world heritage port of Geiranger, as well as Olden and Alesund as part of her track 7 night Norway Fjord deployment.
Britannia’s core summer programme consists of 7 night Norway Fjords and 14 night Baltic cruises, as well as three 14 night Western Mediterranean Island cruises in the peak summer season.
Ventura will continue to deliver a blend of trades focusing primarily on the Canary Islands and Iberia, with 14 night Canary Island cruises, 7 and 10 night Southern Cruise Breaks, as well as Short Breaks to Amsterdam. The programme features extended calls in to Lisbon and Amsterdam.
Aurora & Arcadia – The mid-size ships will all continue to deliver a diverse mix of trades and durations, designed to appeal to our most loyal guests and experienced cruisers. Destinations range from the northern most point of Norway, to Russia, New York and the Greek Islands.
Itineraries have been specifically designed to include lesser frequented destinations, and these cruises have been identified as our Discovery cruises.
Headline cruises include a 16 night Iceland cruise, including an overnight call to Reykjavik and calls to Akureyri, Isafjordur and Grundarfjordur, and a 30 night Canada & USA cruise on Arcadia, with overnight calls in both Boston and New York.
Calls to Tangier and Casablanca in Morocco have been added to Aurora’s 18 night Western Med cruise departing in April 2024.
Aurora’s Arctic Circle cruise takes in both Iceland and the North Cape, and a cruise at the end of the summer season gives Guests the opportunity to see the Northern Lights.
What About Fly-Cruises?
Azura will continue to operate Europe Fly in 2024, with a mixture of Western, Central and Eastern Med itineraries from Malta every Thursday. As per previous seasons, Guests can choose either 7 or 14 night holidays.
Western Med continues to offer headline calls to Civitavecchia for Rome and shore experiences to Monte Carlo from Villefranche; the Eastern Med includes selected calls to Ephesus, from Kusadasi and the picturesque Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini.
Dubrovnik features prominently across the Central Med itineraries which also include selected calls to Trieste. A new southern Adriatic itinerary features Taranto, Catania and the Greek Ionian islands of Cephalonia and Corfu.
Arvia will continue to operate a programme of track 14-night Western Mediterranean itineraries. Offering two different itinerary types, all of which have six ports in 14 nights (note that the 2023 programme includes itineraries with overnight calls to Barcelona; for 2024 the second day in Barcelona has been replaced with a call to Alicante). The two
itinerary types for 2024 are as follows:
• Italy, Spain and France, with headline calls to La Spezia (for Florence & Pisa) and
• Spain & France, with six unique ports headlines call in Barcelona and Valencia