Holidays as varied as you
Our new ship Arvia arriving December 2022 • Canary Islands fly-cruises new for 2022
to P&O Cruises
Which version of you fancies a holiday? The explorer of ancient temples? The foodie, ready to be gobsmacked by a surf ‘n turf special with lashings of bubbly?! The adventurer, gallivanting along a scenic mountain trail? Or the you that’s lounging by the pool all day, cocktail in hand...or perhaps you want it all? You’re on holiday after all. With P&O Cruises, you’ll find everything you need to plan your unforgettable getaway. We’ve spent many years evolving and perfecting holidays that meet your every whim, want and wish. And with over 180 years of P&O history, you can trust us to get it right, every time. We’ve two sensational new ships for you to explore, as well as brand new Canary Islands fly-cruise holidays for the culture, adventure and sunshine seekers. That’s as well as enhanced well-being measures on board, world-class dining, spectacular entertainment, comfy accommodation, full days to explore ashore, plus plenty of evenings and overnight calls to give you even more time to soak up each city. No matter which you wakes up in the morning, we’ll be proud to give you a holiday that will knock your socks off.
Arvia’s holidays now on sale
Arvia’s holidays are here! Arriving in December 2022, our new addition to the P&O Cruises fleet is heading for the sunshine. And her possibilities are as far-reaching as the crystal-clear sea views. Discover more about Arvia and where in the world she can take you…
Cruise with confidence
With our enhanced well-being measures on board our ships and our flexible booking policy, you can start planning your next adventure with total peace of mind.
We’ve got the world covered
Let’s start at the top: where to go? With over 493 holidays to choose from, it might be hard to pick just one. Whatever you’ve got in mind, we can make it happen. We travel to 79 countries, each offering famous landmarks, hidden gems, unique cultures and some of the best experiences on land and sea. So, where will it be?