Thursday, July 23, 2009

P&O Release New Magazine Type Brochure for 2010 Cruises

29 June 2009 -P&O Cruises releases new magazine style brochure for 2010

In addition to a new superliner for the British market, free child places
and two round Britain cruises, P&O Cruises has added eight cruises to its
‘new magazine style’ 2010 first edition brochure.

The brochure which features a total of 156 cruise holidays between March
2010 and March 2011, visiting 210 destinations is on sale now.

P&O Cruises, managing director Nigel Esdale said, “The new P&O Cruises 2010
brochure has merged the boundaries between brochure and magazine to give
our passengers an inspirational insight into the ships and destinations
included in a P&O Cruises holiday - which you could not find in a
traditional style brochure. The new brochure will complement our website
which gives passengers much more factual information about destinations and
cruising with P&O Cruises.

The new brochure features travel articles on destinations visited in the
programme along with an insight into life on board the ships in the fleet.

“As market leaders we are offering the widest choice of departures from
Southampton during the summer season, with six ships sailing we have a
cruise to suit everyone from first-timers to the more experienced cruiser.
Passengers sailing from Southampton can start their holiday within 30
minutes of arrival at the terminal to stepping foot on board the ship of
their choice.

Highlights of the programme include:
Cruise holidays on Azura – the newest superliner addition to the
Two round Britain cruises
Six new ports of call
a Ventura 28-night Caribbean fly cruise
Expanded Caribbean and Panama Canal season with six ships sailing to
these destinations and three ships offering a fly cruise programme
Increase in Canada and New England voyages with two September
sailings and the inaugural visit for Arcadia
Enhanced value for money– Early Bird savings, and free adult and
child places throughout the season
Choice of holiday experience – ships catering for everyone from
newcomers, families, empty-nesters, baby-boomers and experienced
Lead in prices from £569 for a seven night cruise* or just £72 per
person per day for a 14 night cruise**
Exclusive flights from 13 regional airports

Early Bird savings of up to £625 per person are available, subject to

“Our Early Bird offers mean our passenger can stretch their holiday pounds
a little further with savings off cruise fares and on board spend offers.
Plus booking early will give passengers more chance of getting their first
choice cruise and cabin.

“Travelling to Europe is currently seen as an expensive holiday option due
to the weak Sterling against the Euro, but P&O Cruises passengers do not
need to miss out.

“Cruise holidays have always offered excellent value for money but with the
current exchange rate relationships cruises are now one of the most cost
effective ways to visit Europe as all on board spend is paid for in

“Real savings can be made by families as all the little extras which turn
out to be not so little, in hotels and resorts, like supervised children's
clubs, night nursery and children's entertainment are all included in the
cost of a cruise.”

The brochure includes cruises on board Azura, the newest P&O Cruises ship,
which will join the fleet in April 2010. Azura’s maiden season will
feature cruises to the Mediterranean, the Baltic, the Norwegian Fjords, the
Canary Islands and the Caribbean.

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