How many guest can go in a room?
Each room can accommodate between one (1) and four (4) guests, depending on the room configuration. Each room booked will be assigned a unique booking reference.
Who goes on P&O Cruises cruise ships?
The line is aimed squarely at Brits. The demographic differs depending on the type of ship and time of year. The adults-only ships tend to attract couples of 55-years plus; the family-friendly ones will receive families during the holiday periods, and then revert to 55+ couples outside of school holidays. P&O Cruises is also aimed squarely at Middle England. It’s not upmarket and not “bucket and spade”. The line is about as typically British as you can get.
Do I have to dress up on a P&O Cruises cruise?
P&O cruisers veer on the side of smart during the evening, with casual during the day -shorts, T-shirts, baseball caps and flip flops are perfectly acceptable day wear. On Gala nights passengers tend to make an effort and you’ll see a variety of clothing from ball gowns and black tie to and dark suits and long dresses and heels.
Is everything free on P&O Cruises cruises?
No, though tips are included in the price of the cruise and you won’t find the rampant up charging you get on US lines. You’ll pay extra for speciality restaurants, adults-only relaxation areas, the spa, alcoholic and soft drinks.
What are P&O Cruises’s most popular activities?
P&O Cruises does not go in for adrenaline-filled activities like the US ships, which means you won’t even find a climbing wall even on the largest ships, let alone simulated skydiving, dodgems or simulated surfing.
Daytime activities across the fleet consist of Daily activities vary from the old-time favorites such as deck quoits, shuffleboard and table tennis to line dancing and party dance classes plus plenty of quizzes throughout the day including a pub challenge.