This P&O Short Break sale will give you that “holiday” feeling with sailings from $249.50
Plus, pay just a $49 deposit to lock it in.
New to cruising? Or maybe you’re just looking for a quick getaway to unwind without all the stress of planning one.
P&O Cruises have come to the rescue for all those who just need a short break with their latest sale for sailings between two and four nights.
As an added bonus, if you book before the sale ends on 25 April then you just need to put down a $49 deposit per adult or $24.50 for kids to lock in your cruise.
Here's some of what's on offer:
- 2-night Comedy cruise : The very cheapest cruise on offer will take you from Melbourne to Adelaide along with some of Australia’s best comedians. Hone your skills at the comedy workshop or see the pros in the Comedy Cruise Gala. Prices start from $249.50 per person quad share.
- 4-night Southern Getaway cruise: Head south and explore some of Australia’s little known wonders. This action-packed itinerary fits in both Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island from Adelaide and starts at $448.90 per person quad share.
- 4-night Whitsundays cruise: Keen to explore the Great Barrier Reef? Sail from Brisbane to Airlie Beach and back from $398.56 per person quad share.
- 4-night Tribute to the King cruise: If you’re a big fan of the king or just looking for a good time at sea, then this could be just the ticket. Sail to Moreton Island from Sydney with an itinerary filled with themed parties, karaoke and trivia, along with a huge line-up of tribute artists and performers to keep you entertained. Prices start from $499.50 quad share.
Sailings are for cruises as soon as next week and all the way to May 2020 so you've got lots of dates to play with here. You just don't have a lot of time to decide.
This P&O sale ends on Thursday 25 April 2019 so if you’re itching to get on the water then head to P&O Cruises now to book your spot.
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