P&O Cruises Announces Summer 2021-Winter 2022 Programme

   October 17, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

P&O Cruises unveiled its biggest launch of itineraries to date via the line's summer 2021 and winter 2021-2022 voyages.

The cruise line has over 400 journeys visiting 186 ports in 68 different countries, including newbuild Iona’s 2nd year of itineraries, featuring the Norway fjords and a winter season of Portugal, Spain, and the Canaries, as well as a new Mediterranean season for P&O Azura summer 2021.

In addition, P&O Oceana will operate summer season 2021 of 12-night Portugal, Spain, and the Canary Islands, 7-night Southern Cruise Breaks and 2-night Short Breaks in 2021. In winter 2022, P&O Aurora will sail on a world voyage for the first time since 2017, featuring a western circumnavigation in 99 nights.

Also new for 2022 is the first-ever transit of P&O Arcadia of the Amazon as part of her 55-night Grand Tour, taking in Central America and the Caribbean.

In summer 2021, P&O Iona will offer a season of 7-night Norwegian fjords cruises from April to September, with visits to Olden, Stavanger, Geiranger, Haugesund, and 7 calls to Alesund at the beginning and end of the season. For the 2021-2022 winter, the vessel will offer a 16-night Portugal, Spain, and the Canary Islands cruise over Christmas & New Year.

P&O Iona cruise ship

In April 2021, P&O Britannia will offer 4 sailings including a Northern European City Escape, a Southern Cruise Break, and a Short Break, as well as a Spain & Portugal itinerary. The cruise ship will then sail a dedicated summer season of Western Mediterranean voyages between May-October 2021, prior to returning to the Caribbean winter 2021-2022.

P&O Azura will take over from the line's Oceana and operate a Mediterranean season in summer 2021. In turn, P&O Ventura will replace Azura in summer 2021 on Baltic and Western Mediterranean cruises between May-October.

The same year P&O Oceana will take over from Ventura on the program of 12-night Portugal, Spain, and Canary Islands voyages. Oceana will sail back to the Arabian Gulf and Dubai for winter 2021-2022.