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The P&O Cruises Winter 2025/26 Collection is revealed

The new winter 2025–2026 holiday collection from P&O Cruises will go on sale on October 18, 2023. Along with new ports of call and itineraries, it will also feature introductory deals like a 10% savings and 10% deposit incentive.

P&O Cruises will visit 12 ports for the first time in five or more years during the winter of 2025–2026. Cities like Los Angeles, Melbourne, and Bali are among them, as are the breathtaking Bod in Norway and Dunedin in New Zealand. The purpose of vacations is to explore as much of a destination’s culture and activities as possible.

Bookings made by December 4th, 2023, will receive a 10% introductory discount. On qualifying winter 2025–2026 Select Price holidays, guests can save 10%. Available for certain holidays leaving between October 2025 and March 2026 at the corresponding certain Price or Early Saver rate. Members of the P&O Cruises loyalty club are eligible for an additional 5% off of specific vacations.

Additional holiday highlights 

  • In the winter of 2025–2026, Britannia will provide new Caribbean fly-cruise vacations. There are stops in Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, and Grand Turk on the two intriguing new itineraries. Barbados, Grenada, Curaçao, Aruba, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Grand Turk, Tortola, and Dominica are among the ports that are visited.
  • The Aurora will embark on a lengthy 14-night northern lights voyage in December 2025 to look for the natural phenomenon while also making stops at historic cities surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Ports of call on the Southampton-bound voyage include Andalsnes, Bod, Narvik, Troms, and Haugesund.
  • In January 2026, Aurora will set off on a 75-night Grand Tour of South America, which will give her ten extra days to see the continent. She will also make her first trip back to So Paulo (from Santos) in ten years. Ports of call on voyages leaving from and returning to Southampton include Gran Canaria, St. Vincent, Recife, Salvador, Bzios, Rio de Janeiro, So Paulo (from Santos), Montevideo, Port Stanley, Punta Arenas, Santiago (from San Antonio), Coquimbo, Arica, Lima (from Callao), Manta, Fuerte Amador, transit of the Panama Canal, Cartagena, Aruba, Grenada, Barbados, St.
  • In January 2026, Arcadia will set sail on a 100-night Eastern Circumnavigation of the World Cruise for the first time in nine years, stopping at 28 ports along the way, including Dubai, Singapore, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Dunedin, Auckland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Ports of call on the voyage from and to Southampton include Seville (from Cadiz), Valletta, transit the Suez Canal, Sharm el Sheikh, Muscat, Dubai, Colombo, Penang, Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang), Singapore, Bali, Perth (from Fremantle), Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Dunedin, Wellington, Napier, Auckland, Tauranga, Lautoka, Fiji, Suva, Fiji, cross the international date line, Hon
  • The Arcadia will embark on a special Christmas markets cruise in December 2025 that will stop overnight at Hamburg, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Amsterdam. Hamburg, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Amsterdam are among the ports of call on the Southampton-bound ship.
  • Tangier, Morocco will be Azura’s first port of call on its Canary Islands fly-cruise itinerary. Cartagena, Tangier, Lanzarote, and Tenerife are among the ports of call for ships leaving from Valetta, Malta.
  • From Barbados or Antigua, P&O Cruises’ newest ship, Arvia, will continue to provide its well-liked 14-night Caribbean fly-cruise route. Iona will keep providing visitors with a schedule of vacations in Spain, Portugal, and the Canary Islands.

Source- Travel daily

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