Tagged: P&O Cruises

P&O Cruises Australia Adds Comedy to its Event Activities at Sea

P&O Cruises Australia (logo)P&O Cruises is giving event organisers and delegates the opportunity to share a few laughs together with a record number of three-and-four-night comedy cruises in 2018 and 2019. Well-known names Jimeoin, Harley Breen, Claire Hooper and Matt Okine are just some of the 70 comedians who will headline a total of 72 dedicated comedy cruises between now and December next year.




Tags:

Posted in: News

P&O Cruises’ Aurora becomes exclusively for adults

Aurora in SouthamptonFrom April 8, 2019, Aurora will join Arcadia and Oriana as a ship exclusively for adults, offering a relaxed way of life, stylish surroundings and a variety of bars and lounges for socialising.




Tags:

Posted in: News

Cruise line cancels gay wedding on ship

The reversal of marriage equality in Bermuda continues to make international headlines, with a British newspaper reporting this week on the “devastation” of a couple whose cruise ship wedding has been cancelled. (royalgazette.com)




Tags: ,

Posted in: News

Oceana and Arcadia Slated for Big Refits

Oceana - P&O CruisesP&O Cruises has announced details of multi-million dollar refits for two of its ships, Arcadia and Oceana, which will result in a fresher and more contemporary feel and improve the onboard guest experience, the company said in a statement. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




Tags:

Posted in: News

Azamara to Expand to 3 Ships, Buys Adonia

The AdoniaAzamara Club Cruises announced today that it has entered into an agreement to purchase a sister ship (the current Adonia from P&O Cruises) to Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, with delivery taking place in March 2018. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




Tags: ,

Posted in: News

Cruise ship AURORA blackout, drift after engine room fire, Atlantic

Fire reported in engine room of cruise ship AURORA in the Atlantic during her trip from Bermuda to the Azores. According to AIS track, fire started at around 1300 UTC Sep 20, the ship was disabled and suffered a blackout. (maritimebulletin.net)




Tags:

Posted in: News