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Published on Thursday, December 6, 2007

Early bookers enticed with 45% off and £125 on board credit

P&O Cruises’ ship Arcadia makes its debut in the line’s 2009 Worldwide Exotic Holidays brochure and accompanying DVD.

Thirty seven individual sectors of three world voyages, to a choice of 34 countries are featured on three ships – Arcada, Aurora and Oriana.

This is the first time that child-free Arcadia has featured, with sectors of its maiden world voyage, departing in January 2009.

P&O Cruises managing director Nigel Esdale said: “Agents should recommend a cruise holiday out of this brochure to any customer wanting an exotic, worldwide holiday.

“The DVD and brochure combined make a comprehensive sales tool, enabling agents to inspire and inform their customers about the destinations and experiences available with these P&O Cruises holidays.“

Holidays in the brochure range from 15 to 45 nights and can be enhanced with pre or post cruise city stays in Auckland, Brisbane, Cape Town, Dubai, Fremantle, Hong Kong, Mumbai, San Francisco, Singapore and Sydney.

Early booking discounts of up to 45% are available, along with on board credit of up to £125 per person for bookings made before the end of February 2008.

Esdale said the itineraries on offer provided an "exciting and eclectic" mix of holidays.

“Seventy one exotic and colourful ports such as Tauranga in New Zealand and Sihanoukville in Cambodia, combined with the luxury of three P&O Cruises superliners; Arcadia, Aurora and Oriana, make this one of our most exciting holiday programmes yet,” he said.

“These are not traditional cruises, these are holidays for modern travellers, creative cruisers and adventure seekers, who want to see more and experience more,” added Esdale. “We offer a greater selection of worldwide voyages than any other cruise line.”

by Phil Davies

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