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Overnight in port - Usually after a full day or afternoon in port. The ship will depart the following day
Evening in port - Usually follows a half or full day in port. The ship will depart at or after 9pm
Cruise by - The ship will sail past or into the port but will not dock

Short Breaks

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It’s amazing how much relaxation and adventure you can experience on a short cruise break. Experience relaxation and adventure with destinations including Bruges, Amsterdam and more.

City Break cruises with P&O Cruises

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Nothing beats the feeling of excitement when discovering a new city.

Europe has some of the best urban experiences the world has to offer and with P&O Cruises you can visit them in complete comfort. Once you’ve booked your trip, you won’t have to worry about booking hotel rooms, airport transportation or anything else. It’s time to ditch your average city break for a cruise holiday where you can visit one or several locations in a single trip. Whatever you decide, let...

Last minute Short Break cruise deals

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Save online with late cruise deals and early saver specials on European short breaks. They're going fast, so book your cheap mini cruise online today.

Hong Kong: a city of celebration in Articles

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  A metropolitan harbour city with a skyscraper skyline, Hong Kong is one of the world’s most exciting destinations, where 5,000 years of history are mixed with the buzz of modern life.   A must-see attraction is the famous Symphony of Lights – the world’s largest permanent light and sound show. Every night at 8pm, the harbour comes alive in a kaleidoscope of colours, as lasers and searchlights flash across more than 40 buildings to celebrate the energy and spirit of Hong...

Australia: from city to surf in Articles

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Whitsunday Islands Comprising more than 70 islands in the tropical waters around the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays are full of natural wonders and white-sand beaches. The laidback coastal town of Airlie Beach is the gateway to the islands and offers characterful shopping and dining, although most visitors have their eyes set on the ocean. Try a half-day boat tour, jet-ski jaunt, fishing expedition or for a truly blowout experience, fly over the islands in a vintage Tiger Moth....

About Quebec City in Destinations

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Always a highlight of a 'Fall Foliage' cruise along the New England and Canadian coastline, Quebec City is a living testimonial to the grace of Old Europe. Its steep cobbled streets make an atmospheric counterpoint to the trees blazing crimson, yellow and gold and creating one of the most dazzling spectacles on earth. Artists display their wares in its tree-lined squares and Europhiles can shop for fine antiques and savour fine coffee, croissants and La Vie Francais in Parisian-style...

City Stays and Land Tours in Life On Board

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Discover our City Stay destinations in Articles

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Whether you wish to acclimatise before or after your cruise, or just extend your holiday, our City Stays give you the opportunity to fully explore some of the world’s top destinations.   Genoa Nicknamed La Superba (‘the proud one’) because of its importance in Italian history and culture, the Ligurian capital is stacked high on the hillside. Its winding streets and staircases offer a unique insight into traditional Italian life. Be sure to visit the beautiful Basilica of Santa...

All your city stay questions answered in Articles

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A City Stay is a great way to acclimatise to your surroundings on arrival, explore further once your cruise has ended or just spend a few days relaxing on the beach. A City Stay will allow you the freedom to discover Dubai at your leisure, while knowing that you are still protected by the usual P&O Cruises safe guards.   Please note: A City Stay package can only be booked by Arabian Gulf fly-cruise guests who have chosen our flights and transfers. Cruise-only guests are not...

Free city stays on selected exotic fly-cruises

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Extend your Arabian Gulf holiday with a City Stay... in Articles

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Sometimes you want a little more time in port to explore your favourite destinations. That’s why we offer City Stays on our fly-cruise holidays, letting you add on a hotel stay before or after your cruise and leaving you free to relax and see the city’s sights at your own pace. All accommodation is in four- or five-star hotels that have been specifically selected with P&O Cruises guests in mind, with factors such as location, facilities and value for money all taken into consideration....

How far is the port from the main town, city or... in Help & advice

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Wherever possible, your ship will dock at a quayside allowing you to come and go as you please via the ship's gangway. Sometimes, in smaller ports, the ship will anchor at sea and tenders will offer a free and frequent service ashore, such ports are represented by anchor symbol. Depending on the number of people wishing to go ashore, you can normally expect to be ashore about an hour after time of arrival. Shuttle buses With our Select Prices, shuttle buses will be offered free of charge in...

Cruises from Southampton

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Step aboard in Southampton and straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moments. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you’ll be watching your first destination come into view. But where will it be?

Family Holidays with P&O Cruises

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Family holidays are a time to share special moments with each other. But going on a family holiday with P&O Cruises doesn’t have to mean making compromises – while on a cruise, every member of the family can enjoy their own time too.

Join us for a short break in Articles

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With a wide range of short break mini cruises to beautiful destinations, ranging from two to five nights, you can relax to the max on ship and enjoy exploring some of Northern Europe’s most beautiful and historic cities.   Take Amsterdam for example, a city brimming with attractions. Culture vultures will be drawn to its wealth of world-famous museums, among them the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum (home of masterpieces by Rembrandt, Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer), while an...

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Holidays with P&O Cruises

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Welcome to the world of P&O Cruises, where the sunsets are unforgettable, the scenery will take your breath away and every day is a new adventure.

Exotic fly-cruise holidays

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Jet into to your dream destination, join your ship and start your exotic adventure. Fly into iconic cities and make the most of the local scene before embarking on an unforgettable cruise experience. Hong Kong, and Sydney… all there for the taking. Sail past world-famous landmarks –- the Golden Gate Bridge and the Panama Canal. Each region promises unforgettable moments. Asia, Australasia, the Middle East or Central America – where will your good times happen?

About Newcastle in Destinations

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Over the past 10 years Newcastle has transformed itself into a first-class European city. As well as excellent shopping, superb restaurants and waterfront bars and galleries, it boasts beautiful historic architecture, museums and some unique pieces of sculpture, including the famous landmark The Angel of the North, created by Antony Gormley - which is situated just south of the city. Originally founded by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 11th century, today sections of his famous...

About Belfast in Destinations

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Belfast enjoys a wonderful setting of high hills, sea lough and river valley. Its name originated from the Gaelic 'Beal Feirste' meaning 'mouth of the sandy fjord'. Founded in the 17th century, the city was one of the world's leading industrial names, home to Harland and Wolff - the shipbuilders who built the ill-fated Titanic.   Despite its more recent political troubles, Belfast is today an alluring destination. Amidst its majestic Victorian buildings, shop in stylish boutiques,...

About Greencastle in Destinations

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There's no denying that Londonderry has seen its fair share of conflict dating back to the 17th century when walls were built to fortify the city. They still stand today having withstood numerous attacks, including the Great Siege of 1689 by King James. The layout of the city remains relatively unchanged since the 17th century. You'll find a historic centre with the gothic St. Columb Cathedral at its heart. The four main streets radiate out from the 'Diamond' and lead to the four gateways;...

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AZURA (A906)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 1 port
  • Southampton
  • Southampton

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07 Feb - 11 Feb 2020

VENTURA (N002)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 1 port
  • Southampton
  • Southampton

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VENTURA (N908)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 2 ports
  • Southampton
  • Bruges
  • St. Peter Port
  • Southampton

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16 Aug - 20 Aug 2019

AURORA (R915)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 2 ports
  • Southampton
  • St. Peter Port
  • Bruges
  • Southampton

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21 Jun - 24 Jun 2019

ARCADIA (J908)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 1 port
  • Southampton
  • St. Peter Port
  • Southampton

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19 Jul - 22 Jul 2019

ORIANA (X912)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 1 port
  • Southampton
  • St. Peter Port
  • Southampton

03 Jan - 10 Jan 2019

OCEANA (E901)
Round-trip cruise from Southampton
Cruise itinerary : 4 ports
  • Southampton
  • Rotterdam
  • Bruges
  • Le Havre
  • Cherbourg
  • Southampton

About Quebec City in Destinations

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Always a highlight of a 'Fall Foliage' cruise along the New England and Canadian coastline, Quebec City is a living testimonial to the grace of Old Europe. Its steep cobbled streets make an atmospheric counterpoint to the trees blazing crimson, yellow and gold and creating one of the most dazzling spectacles on earth. Artists display their wares in its tree-lined squares and Europhiles can shop for fine antiques and savour fine coffee, croissants and La Vie Francais in Parisian-style...

About Newcastle in Destinations

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Over the past 10 years Newcastle has transformed itself into a first-class European city. As well as excellent shopping, superb restaurants and waterfront bars and galleries, it boasts beautiful historic architecture, museums and some unique pieces of sculpture, including the famous landmark The Angel of the North, created by Antony Gormley - which is situated just south of the city. Originally founded by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 11th century, today sections of his famous...

About Belfast in Destinations

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Belfast enjoys a wonderful setting of high hills, sea lough and river valley. Its name originated from the Gaelic 'Beal Feirste' meaning 'mouth of the sandy fjord'. Founded in the 17th century, the city was one of the world's leading industrial names, home to Harland and Wolff - the shipbuilders who built the ill-fated Titanic.   Despite its more recent political troubles, Belfast is today an alluring destination. Amidst its majestic Victorian buildings, shop in stylish boutiques,...

About Greencastle in Destinations

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There's no denying that Londonderry has seen its fair share of conflict dating back to the 17th century when walls were built to fortify the city. They still stand today having withstood numerous attacks, including the Great Siege of 1689 by King James. The layout of the city remains relatively unchanged since the 17th century. You'll find a historic centre with the gothic St. Columb Cathedral at its heart. The four main streets radiate out from the 'Diamond' and lead to the four gateways;...

About Stornoway in Destinations

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Stornoway is the main town on the Isle of Lewis, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides - an area renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and stunning scenery of mountains, moorland and golden beaches. The history of Lewis dates back thousands of years and around the island lie myriad ancient stone circles and standing stones, including the famous Carloway broch - a round Iron Age fortification. Located on the east coast, Stornoway is a phonetic translation of 'Steering Bay' - a name given by Vikings...

Destination RegionInfoBoxes in Destinations

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Cruise Destinations | P&O Cruises in Destinations

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Where in the world would you like to go?

Our ships have gone global, quite literally. Sailing North, South, East and West across the oceans and seas, we present a tempting array of options both close to home and far, far away.

The far reaches of Asia, the Orient, South America and our cousins 'down under' can be discovered with our Exotic fly-cruises. North America, Canada, Russia (and its Baltic neighbours), Scandinavia, Southern Europe and the Canary Islands can be all...

British Isles in Destinations

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With mini cruise holidays starting from just 2 nights, short cruises are an ideal way to take time out from a busy lifestyle. With the same range of entertainment, dining options and leisure facilities that are found on our longer voyages, these mini cruises are designed to help you get the most out of your days and nights on board. Enjoy a weekend with friends on a short cruise to Bruges, or spend a week with loved ones cruising the fjords. Either way, it’s an incredibly hassle free way to...

About Venice in Destinations

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This World Heritage city is just about the perfect cruise call because everything you want to see is so easily accessible whether the ship docks just down from St Marks Square or further up the Grand Canal at the main Venice cruise terminal complex. Cars are banned from the maze of narrow cobbled streets and 500 historic bridges within the city centre so there are just the two choices for getting around: the vaporetto (water-bus) network or just plain walking. A gondola ride is really for...

Baltic cruises - Norway & Russia cruises in Destinations

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As you sail on our Baltic cruises, you’ll find there is something quite enthralling about the scenery in this part of the world. Gilded cities that cut majestic silhouettes across the sky. Forests that give way to cascading waterfalls. The Baltic landscape has been carved by the ocean and there really is no better way to visit this region than on a cruise. The Baltic opens up an ancient world. Harking back to their Viking ancestry, the residents of the Baltic thrive on ocean life. Fresh fish...

Salvador in Destinations

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Salvador is a refreshing blend of past and present. Pelourinho, the oldest part of the city, is reminiscent of New Orleans' French quarter. Stroll along cobbled streets, through wide open squares and past pastel coloured homes. The city has the largest collection of colonial architecture in Latin America and you'll spot wonderfully preserved examples across the city. If you're looking to sink your toes into soft Brazilian sand, you're spoilt for choice in Salvador as the city sprawls along...

About Waterford in Destinations

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Established in 914 AD by the Vikings, Waterford is Ireland's first city. This walled city retains much of its medieval character and the boundaries of the 10th century settlement can be seen in The Viking Triangle. In the city, Reginald's Tower is the most historic urban medieval monument in Ireland and the oldest monument to retain its Viking name. In fact, many believe it was the first building in Ireland to use mortar. Today, Waterford is known for Waterford Crystal, manufactured in the city...

About Rotterdam in Destinations

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The city of Rotterdam is located on the banks of the North Sea by the Nieuwe Waterweg. Recognised as one of the world's leading ports, this ever-evolving city has a wealth of attractions. Rotterdam offers something for everyone - those who love the hustle and bustle of city life and those searching for peace tranquillity. One of Rotterdams main attractions is Diergaarde Blijdorp, a zoo featuring the impressive Oceanium where visitors can walk through an underwater tunnel surrounded by sharks....

Glasgow in Destinations

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Tours from Greenock.  Originally a small salmon-fishing village, the 19th century Industrial Revolution turned Glasgow into a prominent city. In 1990 it was voted European City of Culture and today it's known for its fabulous designer shops and unique culture. Art lovers will certainly enjoy this city. Visit the Glasgow School of Art, a building that's reputed to be the greatest architectural work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Nearby, the 18th century Hunterian Art Gallery houses...

About Kristiansand in Destinations

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Norways most southerly city and cruise port Kristiansand is also its sunniest. Kristiansand cruises offer beaches, superb scenery, fascinating history and range of attractions, all which makes Kristiansand cruises a big hit as well as being the most popular holiday spot for Norwegians. Cruises to Kristiansand bring visitors into a renaissance city founded in 1641, with the history laid out in one of Norways largest open-air museums - Vest Agder. It is also apparent in the 17th century...

About Valparaiso in Destinations

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In the city of Valparaiso, Chile, you'll find rolling hills overlooking the ocean, the slopes of which are covered in colourful houses.

About Seville in Destinations

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The only river port in Spain, embark on a stunningly scenic daytime sail up the River Guadalquivir sail straight into the very heart of this historic city. Undeniably Andalucía's top tourist destination, the city is divided in half by the river into Sevilla and Triana. Seville has had a reputation for its architecture and culture since the 19th century and featured as a stop along the 'Grand Tour' of Europe. In 1992 it played host to the International Exposition which was the catalyst for...

About Cork in Destinations

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Cork  is Irelands second largest city. Here you can visit St Finbarrs Cathedral, Cork City Museum and the 19th Century Cork Jail. Dont miss your opportunity to visit Blarney Castle, a short ride away, to kiss the Blarney Stone!

About Oporto in Destinations

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Oporto is an enchanting, historic city with Roman ramparts and Parisian-style squares. But it's best known for its port wine - to which the city gave its name. The cathedral area is filled with many treasures, like the Renaissance church of Santa Clara and the densely populated quarter of Barredo, which hasn't changed since medieval times. The narrow streets of the riverside quarter of Ribeira are delightful and dotted with fashionable bars and restaurants overflowing with seafood.

About Busan in Destinations

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South Korea's second largest city after Seoul, Busan likes its attractions to be gargantuan! Head to the world's largest department store, Centum City, or spend the day relaxing on Haeundae Beach - Korea's largest. If a more cultural experience beckons, admire the pagodas, gates, temple halls, and shrines of Beomeosa Temple.

Karlskrona in Destinations

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Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands in the eastern part of Blekinge archipelago with the city centre itself situated 6 km out from the mainland proper. You will find exciting places to visit, good shopping and excellent restaurants and cafés to relax in. Everywhere you go here you'll feel close to the sea. The Swedish city also boasts nearby beautiful beaches and cliffs, excellent walking trails, nature reserves and of course the ever-present water.

Destinations Visited By Ventura in Ships

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Ventura visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Ventura.

Destinations Visited By Aurora in Ships

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Aurora visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Aurora

Destinations Visited By Oriana in Ships

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Oriana is our Discovery ship. Her smaller size allows her to fit into ports where bigger ships cannot go. This makes her ideal for the more seasoned cruiser who wants to explore those more exclusive destinations.

Destinations Visited By Arcadia in Ships

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Arcadia visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Arcadia

Destinations Visited By Azura in Ships

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Azura visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Azura.

Britannia - a family friendly ship in Ships

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There has never been a more stylish way to see the world. Find out more about all our cruise ship, Britannia, has to offer including life on board, dining, entertainment, activities and much more.

Destinations Visited By Oceana in Ships

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Oceana visits a great range of destinations from the vibrant Med, where she spends the majority of her time, to the quaint chocolate shops of Bruges and the luscious landscapes of Iberia and the Canary Islands. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on Oceana below.

Destinations visited by Britannia in Ships

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Where will your Britannia adventure take you? Britannia visits a great range of destinations from the blissful beaches of the Caribbean to the stunning scenery of the Norwegian Fjords. View all the exciting destinations you could visit on board Britannia...

City Stays and Land Tours in Life On Board

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How far is the port from the main town, city or... in Help & advice

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Wherever possible, your ship will dock at a quayside allowing you to come and go as you please via the ship's gangway. Sometimes, in smaller ports, the ship will anchor at sea and tenders will offer a free and frequent service ashore, such ports are represented by anchor symbol. Depending on the number of people wishing to go ashore, you can normally expect to be ashore about an hour after time of arrival. Shuttle buses With our Select Prices, shuttle buses will be offered free of charge in...

What facilities are available for children on... in Help & advice

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Our family-friendly cruise ships, * Aurora, Azura, Britannia, Oceana and Ventura, are packed with lots of exciting features that will definitely tick all your boxes. Each family friendly ship offers dedicated clubs for all ages from morning till late evening. In addition to the clubs a night nursery, children’s tea, discos and activities are all included in your fare! The P&O Cruises exciting free on-board programme for 2 – 17 year olds is called The Reef. Split into four...

What facilities are at the cruise terminals in... in Help & advice

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At Ocean Cruise terminal , City Cruise Terminal , Mayflower Cruise Terminal & Queen Elizabeth II Terminal you will find the following facilities: Taxi rank Public toilets Wheelchair access Short stay visitor car park within the dock (paid facility where "Parking Eye" is in use) Long stay valet car parking within the dock (cars may not always be parked at the terminal but taken to a secure location nearby) Lounge area A café where refreshments can be purchased prior to embarkation...

What do I do if I am expecting to arrive late at... in Help & advice

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Should you experience any delay reaching the port of embarkation, please notify the cruise terminal on the appropriate number if you are sailing from Southampton: Mayflower Cruise Terminal - 02380 656429 or 6431 Ocean Cruise Terminal - 02380 717997 City Cruise & QE2 Terminals - 07917 520099 You can find which terminal your cruise departs from on your E-Ticket. If you are sailing from an overseas port please notify our Customer Contact Centre, please visit our website for contact details....

What is the latest time I can check in at the... in Help & advice

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Due to the large number of guests embarking our ships, we operate a staggered check-in and embarkation process. You will be allocated an arrival time which can be found on your e-ticket. To ensure you spend less time in the terminal and more time on board, we kindly ask that you adhere to your allotted arrival time. Priority will be given to those who arrive at their allotted time. You are welcome to arrive earlier of course, but if you do we will ask you to make yourself comfortable in the...

How far is Southampton airport from the cruise... in Help & advice

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The excellent transport links to and from Southampton airport to the port make it easy to fly into Southampton airport to join your cruise and then return home. Southampton International Airport is approximately 5.2 miles from the cruise terminals in Southampton. It is just outside the city centre off junction 5 on the M27. From the airport to the port: There is a taxi desk located within the airport terminal. Taxis are permitted entry to Dock Gates 4, 8 and 10 on cruise days. Pre-booking is...

Which Hotels And Land Tours Are Available For... in Help & advice

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Hotel City Stays (Extend your Holiday) Fly-cruise holidays can be extended with a hotel stay in selected cities before or after your cruise. Cruises can be combined with a hotel package in the start or end city of the cruise to allow time for exploring the destination. Unless early check in has been paid for, we cannot guarantee that your room will be available upon arrival and standard hotel check in times apply. Rooms can be booked as either single or double occupancy, twin rooms can be...

Where are the cruise terminals in Southampton? in Help & advice

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Terminal addresses are: Ocean Cruise Terminal (approximately 1 mile from railway & coach stations, 5 miles from Southampton airport) Berth 46/7 Dock Gate 4, Eastern Docks Cunard Road Southampton Hampshire SO14 3QN Mayflower Cruise Terminal (approximately half a mile from railway & coach stations, 5 miles from Southampton airport) Berth 106 Herbert Walker Avenue, Dock Gate 10, Western Docks Southampton Hampshire SO15 1HJ City Cruise Terminal (approximately half a mile from...

Are there viewing areas at the Southampton cruise... in Help & advice

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There are some excellent vantage points around Southampton which are recommended for witnessing our ships arriving or departing the Port of Southampton. These include: Weston Shore, Hythe Marina (the Itchen bridge) and Calshot Castle (at the mouth of Southampton Water) – For departures from all terminals. Mayflower Park or Town Quay – For departures from Mayflower and City Cruise Terminals. Dock Head or Weston Beach – For departures from Queen Elizabeth II terminal. The...

What Hotels Are Available For Summer 2019? in Help & advice

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Hotel City Stays (Extend your Holiday) Fly-cruise holidays can be extended with a hotel stay in selected cities before or after your cruise. Cruises can be combined with a hotel package in the start or end city of the cruise to allow time for exploring the destination. Unless early check in has been paid for, we cannot guarantee that your room will be available upon arrival and standard hotel check in times apply. Rooms can be booked as either single or double occupancy, twin rooms can be...

What if I can’t arrive at my allotted Arrival... in Help & advice

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We realise that it’s not always possible to arrive at a scheduled time, especially if you’re travelling a long way, or are checking out from a hotel. So if you do arrive early, please rest assured that we will do our best to get you checked in and on board as soon as possible. There are refreshments available at the terminal and plenty of seating to make you comfortable should you have to wait. Alternatively, feel free to drop off your luggage from 12pm and come back to the cruise...

Where can I find information about going ashore... in Help & advice

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When you arrive in port you’ll want to make the most of every minute of your time ashore. We’re here to help you do just that, with a diverse choice of shore excursions on offer in every port. We understand that everyone’s different. One person’s idea of bliss may be lazing on a beach; another’s may be exploring a museum or swimming with turtles. That’s why we offer a whole host of experiences, so there’s something just right for you: Town & City |...

Are flights included in the cost of my cruise? in Help & advice

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If you book a fly-cruise with P&O Cruises economy class flights from/to the UK are included. The inclusive airport varies by cruise and departure date, you can find the latest fares and availability online, via your travel agent or by calling our Customer Contact Centre on 03453 555 111 (local call charges apply). If you are flying on the day of embarkation/disembarkation, transfers to and from the ship will also be provided. Please note that unless otherwise stated infants are required...

Which hotels and land tours are available for 2019... in Help & advice

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Hotel Stays and Land tours (Extend your Holiday) Why not extend your fly-cruise holiday with a hotel stay or land tour before or after your cruise. P&O's Land Packages will enable you to truly explore your chosen destination, whether you prefer a little guidance with a land tour, or the freedom to discover at your leisure with one of our centrally located hotels. Our hotels are hand-picked, with a minimum of four star rating and all tours and hotels include breakfast, transfers between...

Which hotels and land tours are available for 2020... in Help & advice

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Hotel Stays and Land tours (Extend your Holiday) Why not extend your fly-cruise holiday with a hotel stay or land tour before or after your cruise. P&O's Land Packages will enable you to truly explore your chosen destination, whether you prefer a little guidance with a land tour, or the freedom to discover at your leisure with one of our centrally located hotels. Our hotels are hand-picked, with a minimum of four star rating and all tours and hotels include breakfast, transfers between...

What happens if I am unwell? in Help & advice

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Prior to Embarkation If you fall ill prior to embarkation and feel that you will be unable to join your cruise, please call our Customer Contact Centre (please visit our website for contact details) or your travel agent if you have booked via one. You may be able to transfer your cruise to a later date, however please note that there are some stipulations that must be adhered to in order to do so. If you fall ill on the day of your cruise and are unable to join your cruise, please call our...

What assistance is offered to guests with a... in Help & advice

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If you have a disability or reduced mobility which might mean that you require additional assistance in an emergency situation, you must advise us at the time of booking or as soon as the need is known. We will then send you an accessibility and medical questionnaire to complete. Our Disability Team collate this information and ensure that each ship has a list of guests requiring extra assistance, together with their cabin numbers, before the ship sails. We'll do all we can to assist you while...

Why should I book a Round the World Cruise? in Help & advice

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World Cruises 2019 & 2020 This is the journey you’ve always dreamed of. The journey of a lifetime, certain to ink indelible memories into your mind. This is your time to taste the captivating cultures, sample the exotic experiences, and behold the world wonders you’ve always longed to. This is more than a holiday. This is a life-changing adventure. Arcadia’s Western Circumnavigation There comes a time in life when you deserve to make your ultimate dream a reality. You...

How do I upgrade or change my flight? in Help & advice

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Upgrades on charter flights are usually available when you book your cruise. Upgrades on scheduled flights are available once airlines release their flight schedules, which is usually 11 months prior to departure – at which point we’ll be able to provide a quote to suit your requirements. You may find the following question useful: How do I know if I am travelling on a charter or scheduled flight? Caribbean fly-cruises You can upgrade to premium economy with TUI Airways and Thomas...

Where do you fly from? in Help & advice

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Where do you fly from? All fly-cruise holiday prices include economy class flights from/to London and transfers between the overseas airport and your ship on the day of embarkation/disembarkation. Mediterranean and Caribbean fly-cruises: Flights from a range of regional airports are available for an additional supplement: from £50 per person return on our Mediterranean fly-cruises and from £100 per person return on our Caribbean fly-cruises. Mediterranean fly-cruises (Regional...

Will I need a visa? in Help & advice

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Together with our preferred visa provider CIBT we are pleased to provide you a simple online solution to all your World Cruise visa requirements www.cibtvisas.co.uk/pocruises . The online portal will provide you with: Detailed visa information specific to your cruise Details of required documentation needed to support your applications Application forms available for you to print out and send to CIBT Please note the online portal will replace our previous postal information pack and this...

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