P&O Cruises is celebrating its return to the Caribbean because it expands worldwide sailings this autumn.
Following its transatlantic crossing, Britannia will start its collection of 14-night Caribbean fly/cruise holidays from dwelling port Barbados on November fifth.
P&O Cruises president, Paul Ludlow, stated: “Our Caribbean holidays construct on our very profitable collection of UK coastal cruises and now, following months of planning and preparation, we’re able to take our visitors additional afield.
“The Caribbean is unrivalled in its reputation, magnificence and variety of islands and after lacking out on worldwide journey for thus lengthy, this 12 months visitors can go for some winter solar or have fun Christmas or New Yr in fashion on one in every of our very particular Caribbean holidays on Britannia and Azura.
“Our Caribbean season, operating from November by means of to March, is an extra optimistic step in the direction of our full fleet returning to service and we’re trying ahead to the chance to as soon as once more take our visitors to this vastly in style and much-loved vacation spot.”
Azura will even start 14-night holidays from December 10th.
Caribbean Tourism Organisation chapter UK & Europe spokesperson, Carol Hay, stated: “We’re so happy that P&O Cruises visitors will likely be again within the Caribbean to expertise all the things that makes the area so very particular – our white seashores, blue seas, magical tradition, scrumptious meals and above all, our heat welcome.
“The financial help that visitors and crew alike present is richly welcomed after the worldwide downturn in guests and we sit up for working collectively to sustainably rebuild tourism within the Caribbean.”
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