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P&O World Cruises

What vacation could compare with one that shows you the world? With a P&O Cruises world voyage, you can experience more destinations and cultures in one holiday than most see in a lifetime. Cross oceans from continent to continent. Visit some of the world's most desirable cities and explore their landmarks. A P&O world cruise is the way to have it all.

Experience the world in a way that is only possible on a world cruise. This is what makes a World Voyage with P&O Cruises so remarkable. They are the largest cruise operator in the UK and its best-known cruise brand.

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P&O World Cruise 2016

115-night South America & Japan Adventure cruise on the Arcadia. Visit 40 ports in 23 countries on a voyage that goes to South America, around Cape Horn, to the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia and Asia, then return through the Panama Canal. Round-trip from Southampton (England) to Tenerife (Canary Islands), St Vincent (Cape Verde Islands), Salvador (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Montevideo (Uruguay), Port Stanley (Falkland Islands), Magellan Straits (Chile), Punta Arenas (Chile), Amalia Glacier (Chile), Valparaiso (Chile), Easter Island, Papeete (Tahiti), Bora Bora, Tauranga (New Zealand), Auckland (New Zealand), Bay of Islands (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia), Brisbane (Australia), Yorkey Knob (Australia), Alotau (Papua New Guinea), Manila (Philippines), Hong Kong (China), Xingang (China), Jeju-do (South Korea), Busan (South Korea), Nagasaki (Japan), Osaka (Japan), Honolulu (Hawaii), Hilo (Hawaii), San Francisco (California), San Diego (California), Huatulco (Mexico), the Panama Canal, Aruba, St Maarten, and Ponta Delgada (Azores). Departs January 11, 2016.

114-night World Circumnavigation on the Aurora. Visit 43 ports in 28 countries, following a westward route through the Panama Canal and around the tip of Africa. Round-trip from Southampton (England) to Ponta Delgada (Azores), Barbados, Aruba, the Panama Canal, Huatulco (Mexico), San Francisco (California), Honolulu (Hawaii), American Samoa, Western Samoa, Auckland (New Zealand), Bay of Islands (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Akaroa (New Zealand), Dunedin (New Zealand), Doubtful Sound (New Zealand), Milford Sound (New Zealand), Dusky Sound (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia), Brisbane (Australia), Great Barrier Reef (Australia), Darwin (Australia), Okinawa (Japan), Shanghai (China), Keelung (Taiwan), Hong Kong (China), Nha Trang (Vietnam), Phu My (Vietnam), Singapore, Malacca (Malaysia), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Seychelles, Mauritius, Reunion (Madagascar), Port Elizabeth (South Africa), Cape Town (South Africa), Walvis Bay (Namibia), Banjul (Gambia), St Vincent (Cape Verde Islands), Tenerife (Canary Islands), and Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). Departs January 2, 2016.

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P&O World Cruise 2017

106-night World Circumnavigation on the Aurora is a special heritage-themed intinerary to ports that played a part in P&O history. Featured stops include the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal, the view of Wellington harbour from Mount Victoria, and the temple complex at Borobudur Indonesia. Depart January 9, 2017.

The cruise departs from Southampton (UK). The first destination is the Mediterranean Sea and Malta. Then the Suez Canal and Egypt. Jordan and the fortress city of Petra. Salalah and Muscat in Oman. Overnight stay in Dubai (UAE). Mumbai and Cochin in India. Sri Lanka. Malaysia. Overnight in Singapore. Indonesia. Perth, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Melbourne, and Sydney in Australia. Then it's on to a few days in New Zealand.

The world cruise continues to the Pacific islands Fiji, Samoa, and Hawaii. Overnight in San Francisco. San Diego. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala. Through the magnificent Panama Canal. Cartagena, Colombia. In the Caribbean you'll visit St Lucia and Barbados. The last stop is the Azores in the Atlantic.

114-night Polynesian & Asian Adventure cruise on the Arcadia. This is a full circumnavigation of the globe that passes through the Panama Canal and Suez Canal. Depart from Southampton (UK) on January 2, 2017.

The world cruise stats with a stop at the Atlantic island of Madeira. On to Barbados and Curacao in the Caribbean. Through the Panama Canal. Huatulco, San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco on the Pacific coast. Hawaii, Bora Bora, and Tahiti in the Pacific. Auckland, Napier, Wellington, Sydney, Brisbane, and Yorkeys Knob in New Zealand and Australia. Papua New Guinea. Okinawa, Osaka and Nagasaki in Japan. South Korea.

The next port of call is Shanghai, China. Hong Kong. Nha Trang and Phu My in Vietnam. Overnight stay in Singapore. Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka. Dubai, Abu Dhabi. Jordan. Egypt. Turkey. Malta. The final stop is at Lisbon, Portugal.

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