P&O Cruises has lowered the entry age to its popular kids’ clubs in a move which is sure to please its youngest cruisers – and their parents.
Toddlers who are two years old and toilet trained are now able to join in all the fun in P&O Cruises’ Turtle Cove club, staffed by a team of youth coordinators who keep everyone smiling as they oversee a huge range of games and activities each day.
The entry age for Turtle Cove was previously three years.
Ensuring all the family has a great time at sea, P&O Cruises’ ships each feature four kids clubs – Turtle Cove (2-6 years), Shark Shack (7-10 years), HQ (11-14 years) and HQ+ (15-17 years).
Entry to the kids’ clubs is free and the clubs are open each day until late, including port days. Late night babysitting is also available for a nominal fee.
About P&O Cruises
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. On November 25, 2015, P&O Cruises will welcome two additional ships to its current three-ship fleet becoming the nation’s largest cruise line with five ships cruising from eight home ports in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The addition of Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden has paved the way for exciting new cruise options including deployments from every mainland state in Australia and an extended deployment from Auckland. The pair herald a new era for P&O Cruises, as reflected in its new brand repositioning - P&O Cruises, Like no Place on Earth