P&O Cruises’ ships are like no place on Earth; board a true crowd-favourite for the cruise holiday of a life time! P&O Cruises offer award-winning, activity-packed cruises with something the whole family can enjoy. Do as much or as little as you like and let P&O Cruises make your cruise dreams come true!
About P&O Cruises
P&O Cruises is part of the Carnival Cruise Line Corporation. They first set sail in 1932 and have since secured themselves as one of Australia’s favourite cruise lines (and the nation’s largest!). This award-winning cruise line boasts 7 home ports in Australia and New Zealand and their fleet travel all across the Pacific Ocean. Cruises tend to be shorter and more affordable, but always value-packed! P&O Cruises attract a younger audience. Over 80% of passengers are under 60 years old, making this cruise line ideal for like-minded couples, families and groups of friends.
On a P&O Cruises cruise, guests can sail around Australasia, Asia and the South Pacific. Key destinations include the Whitsundays, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Singapore, East Timor, Norfolk Island, Kangaroo Island, New Zealand and more! From adventurous, multi-country explorations to quick, refreshing Sea Breaks, P&O Cruises offer the fastest way to slow down. Escape the bustle of the land-based world and board a place like no other—with P&O Cruises you will be entertained, fed and transported to a place that’s completely stress-free!
Why Choose P&O Cruises?
P&O Cruises are perfect for modern Australians—cruisers who love to feast, play, party and explore. Each of the 5 ships in the P&O Cruises fleet boast incredible activities, a range of dining venues, exceptional entertainment and fresh, spacious interiors. The ships include the Pacific Explorer, Pacific Aria, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Jewel and Pacific Eden, although Pacific Eden is set to sail her last voyage with the fleet in 2019, with the Golden Princess to stand in her place. On board each of these stunning vessels, guests will find up to 11 decks, including 2 pool decks and features that cover everything from cinemas, to casinos, P&O Edge Adventure Parks, The Dome night club, the Aqua Spa, barefoot bowling, ziplining, rock climbing, a huge range of bars, live music and comedy, stage shows and a mix of contemporary and traditional restaurants over-seen by award-winning, world-renowned chefs!
If this sounds like the cruise line for you, take a look below at all of our P&O Cruises packages or contact our Cruise Holiday Experts to find out more!
- Affordable excellence
- Up to 17 restaurants, cafés & bars
- Celebrity chef experiences
- Cooking demonstrations
- Multiple pools
- Organised pool games
- Swim-up bar
- Fitness centre
- Jogging track
- Dance classes
- Trivia/game shows
- Crew vs. guest games
- Deck games (table tennis, deck chess, golf putting)
- Board games
- Kids clubs (age-specific)
- Teen discos
- Themed parties
- Kid’s arts & crafts
- Family shows
- Playstation & WII competitions
- Adults-only zones
- Live productions
- Guest entertainment/live music
- Sit Down Comedy Club (adults-only)
- Luxury hotel-style accommodation
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Individually controlled air-conditioning (in-cabin)
- Private en-suites
Please note: features may vary slightly depending on the vessel. Confirm features with your Cruise Holiday Expert at time of booking.
- Pacific Explorer
- Pacific Aria
- Pacific Eden
- Pacific Dawn
- Pacific Jewel
P&O Cruises is Australia’s largest cruise line and Australasia’s only ‘home brand’ cruise line. The five ships in the P&O fleet cruise from eight home ports—these are spread between Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The South Pacific and Southern Asia is where you’ll find the travelling P&O ships. Key destinations include the home bases, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Indonesia and more!
- Part of the Carnival Corporation
- Over 85 years’ experience
- Australasia’s only ‘home brand’ cruise line
- Largest in Australia
- 8 home ports (AU, NZ, Singapore)
- 5 ships