P&O UK cancels Aurora ship's World Cruise 2022

   July 2, 2021 ,   Accidents

P&O Cruises UK replaced its 2022 world voyage with a 40-night journey to the Caribbean and a 12-night sailing to  Portugal and the Canary Islands.

The voyages onboard Aurora go on sale on July 6 and will depart roundtrip from Southampton (England UK) on February 22 and April 1, 2022.

According to P&O's president Paul Ludlow, it was “not possible” to operate the scheduled 2022 world voyage because of the “complex logistics” involved with a global itinerary.

Fares for the 40-night Caribbean cruise on February 22 start from GBP 2,149. Ports of call feature La Coruna GaliciaFunchal MadeiraBasseterre St KittsPointe-a-Pitre GuadeloupeOranjestad Aruba, Castries St LuciaSt Georges GrenadaKingstown St Vincent GrenadinesBridgetown BarbadosKralendijk Bonaire.

Aurora is scheduled to return to Roseau Dominica, for the first time in nearly a decade and will call at Guadeloupe and Aruba for the first time in 4 years.

P&O Aurora cruise ship

Prices for the 12-night Portugal and the Canaries itinerary, departing on April 1, start from GBP 600 pp.

Ports of call for the round-trip itinerary include Santa Cruz de la Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Arrecife (Lanzarote), Lisbon Portugal.

A 3rd passenger in the same cabin can sail from GBP 200 on both cruises aboard P&O Aurora. Guests can also spread the cost monthly with no additional cost.

Aurora is due to resume her already scheduled itinerary on April 13, when she sails to the Mediterranean.

P&O UK confirmed it will operate a world voyage in 2023.

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