P&O Cruises returns to 12 additional ports for winter 2025/26

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By Linsey McNeill
10/10/2023
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Line P&O Cruises will put its winter 2025/26 programme on general sale on 18 October, returning to 12 ports for the first time in at least five years.

Caribbean, Baltic and Ligurian tier members of the Peninsular Club can book from 8:30 to 18:00 on 17 October, while cruises departing from September to December 2025 will go on general sale at 8.30am on 18 October, and holidays departing from January to March 2026 will go on general sale at 8.30am on 19 October.

New ports include Los Angeles, Melbourne, Bali, Bodø in Norway and Dunedin in New Zealand, and cruises also include more extended stays in port.

Holidays booked by 4 December 4 include:

  • 10% introductory saving on applicable winter 2025/26 Select Price holidays.
  • 10% deposit offer on applicable Select Price or Early Saver holidays departing between October 2025 and March 2026.
  • 5% additional Peninsular Club saving

Highlights of the new programme include a new Caribbean fly-cruise on Britannia, including calls in Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Grand Turk. 

In December 2025, Aurora will go on an extended 14-night Northern Lights round-trip cruise from Southampton, including stops in Åndalsnes, Bodø, Narvik, Tromsø and Haugesund.

In January 2026, Aurora will embark on a 75-night Grand Tour around South America from Southampton, adding 10 additional days compared to previous years, including returning to São Paulo (from Santos) for the first time in 10 years. 

Also in January 2026, for the first time in nine years Arcadia will embark on an ex-Southampton 100-night Eastern Circumnavigation World Cruise, calling at 28 destinations including Dubai, Singapore, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Dunedin, Auckland, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Another highlight of the new programme is a Canary Islands fly-cruise for Azura, calling at Tangier, Morocco for the first time. 

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