Secure a Cruise with Small Change in the P&O $1 Deposit Sale

Wednesday, July 6, 2016


A gold coin is all it takes to secure a holiday at sea with P&O Cruises’ latest offer.

Until August 31, the cruise line is accepting a $1 deposit on selected cruises departing after December 5, 2016.

Also included are free upgrades to an oceanview room and onboard credit ranging from $100* to $600* per room.

Past guests receive a variety of bonuses including a complimentary meal in P&O’s specialty restaurant Salt grill by Luke Mangan during P&O Explorer itineraries.

For P&O Sea Australia Itineraries, there is a free mystery shore excursion available, while for P&O Sea Asia itineraries, the cruise line is offering past guests  $200* credit towards a flight.  

Any past guest who books a P&O Islands or Sea Break will also be entitled to 50 per cent more onboard credit per room.

If December is too far on the horizon, P&O Cruises has a separate deal offering onboard credit of up to $150* per room for cruises departing before December 4, 2016.

 

For more information visit pocruises.com.au, call 13 24 94 or see a licensed travel agent.

*subject to availability, conditions apply

Note to editors: The region’s largest and longest-serving cruise operator, P&O Cruises Australia leads the way in cruising as Australasia's only 'home brand' and its favourite cruise line. P&O Cruises has been sailing the region for more than 80 years, and has pioneered new destinations around Australia, the Pacific and Asia including Papua New Guinea, as reported in the New York Times’ 52 top destinations for 2015.  P&O Cruises is the nation’s largest cruise line with five ships cruising from eight home ports in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. In November 2015 Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden were added to the cruise line’s existing three-ship fleet and in 2017 P&O Cruises will welcome its latest ship – Pacific Explorer. In another milestone, P&O will become the first cruise line to build a ship specifically for the local market, launching a brand new 135,500-tonne ship in 2019 - the biggest cruise ship ever to be based fulltime in Australia.