Cruise for under $300 with P&O’s holiday cruise sale
Choose from 10 hot cruises to Australia and the South Pacific.
Cruising makes travelling super easy. All you have to do is book your cabin, pack your bags and hop on board. The rest takes care of itself.
And with a starting price of under $300 per person, it's a small price to pay for a big adventure.
That's what's on offer with the latest P&O sale. It features 10 cruise routes, all departing from Australia and bound for local destinations or the nearby South Pacific Islands.
Your cheapest is a short 3-night open water comedy cruise that starts from $298.52 per person based on a 4-person room. It's a great introduction to cruising or an ideal long-weekend getaway that won't eat into your annual leave. For longer journeys, try a 10-night sail to Vanuatu. It's an incredible trip that starts from just $1,098.51 per person based on a 2-person room.
Want to celebrate? Christmas and New Year's cruises are also included in this sale. Christmas sailings are extra special as they journey up the coast to Santo, Champagne Bay, Lifou and Noumea where you can bask on the beaches to celebrate the season. These cruises start from $1,199.36 based on a 4-person room, so bring the family (or your mates) to party with you on board.New Year's cruises are a treat, taking in the public holidays and sailing you off from 30 December until 7 January to Noumea, Mystery Island and Port Vila from Brisbane. They start at a more modest $899.14 per person, based on a 4-person room, and include a countdown at midnight. Like you'd expect anything else.
These cruises are only on sale until 5 May 2019. You can check them all out at P&O Cruises now.
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