Celebrating 85 years of local cruising in 2017, P&O Cruises Australia is the region’s longest-serving and largest cruise operator – and its most loved cruise line.
As Australasia's only 'home brand', P&O Cruises leads the way in local cruising and continues to pioneer new destinations around Australia, the Pacific and Asia including Papua New Guinea.
With five ships sailing from homeports around Australia and in New Zealand, P&O is responsible for the evolution of modern Australian cruising and carries more Australian and New Zealand guests than any other cruise line.
Across its fleet, P&O delivers a contemporary holiday experience to more than 450,000 passengers a year, travelling on cruises ranging from coastal escapes through to longer voyages to Asia.
The décor of P&O’s ships is like no other, offering stylish, urbane and sometimes quirky features in a relaxed setting, which reflects the Australian way of life.
In recent years P&O has led a food revolution at sea, with its food and drink offering reflecting the latest trends on land, from gourmet Asian dining, gin cocktails and small bars, through to fast casual burgers poolside and award-winning Neapolitan pizzas.
P&O Cruises’ latest ship, the exciting Pacific Explorer, debuted in Sydney in June 2017, joining its existing fleet of Pacific Dawn, Pacific Jewel, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden.
As part of the ongoing refreshment of P&O Cruises’ fleet, the cruise line will welcome its first Ocean Medallion-enabled ship, the 2600-guest Golden Princess, in 2020, with the introduction of the cutting-edge wearable technology set to establish a new level of service and personalisation for P&O’s guests.
For more information on P&O Cruises visit www.pocruises.com.au