The line has unveiled details of its winter 2022/23 season, including a maiden programme for its new ship Arvia
P&O Cruises has revealed more details of its winter 2022/23 season, including a maiden Canary Islands programme for new ship Arvia and a 99-night world cruise on Arcadia.
Arvia’s 14-night Canary Islands voyages will all be Southampton round-trips, followed by a season of seven and 14-night Caribbean fly-cruises out of Antigua and Barbados.
The Caribbean sailings will all include an overnight call in Barbados, as well as stops at La Romana in the Dominican Republic – a maiden port of call for P&O Cruises; Curaçao; Martinique; St Kitts; St Lucia and St Maarten.
P&O will also be offering Canary Islands fly-cruises for the first time on board Azura, with two alternating seven-night cruises that can also be combined. A double onboard spending offer is currently available on 14-night sailings booked before June 1.
Iona will sail a winter 2022 season of Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands holidays, featuring overnight calls in Lisbon or Barcelona as well as European city breaks.
P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: “The first holidays on new ship Arvia, exemplifying design excellence and built for sunshine cruising, and our first-ever Canary Islands fly-cruises are just two of the exciting highlights of our winter 2022 programme.
“We’re all longing to get back to travelling the world so we’re making it as easy as possible to have a P&O Cruises holiday to look forward to. All our winter 2022 holidays are available with flexible booking terms, five per cent low deposit, plus the opportunity to spread the cost monthly at no additional cost.”