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Cruise Ships Archive

Harmony of the Seas at night
Launched in 2016, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas is the world’s biggest cruise ship. The vessel was designed with modern cruise trends in mind, showcasing non-stop entertainment and activities along with plenty of cabin and dining options. 2017...
are cruises safe?
The vast oceans and waterways of our planet are mysterious and awe-inspiring, but mother nature is a force more powerful than ourselves, and the oceans deserve respect. It’s human nature to adjust the natural balance for our own purposes,...
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Cruising can be an adventure, an escape, a romantic getaway or a relaxing recharge. A cruise can be whatever you want it to be, with ships designed and built to suit the needs of every type of passenger. Booking...
Pacific Pearl at sea
P&O have a strong presence in Australia, with six ships cruising around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. Of these vessels, Pacific Pearl is the oldest, but in true P&O style, continual upgrades have improved facilities and amenities...
P&O Five Ship Spectacular
The largest Australian based cruise ship fleet is set to make history on Sydney Harbour on Wed 25th November. The TODAY Show will be broadcasting P&O Cruises’ Five Ship Spectacular live to homes all around Australia, as the summer...
The P&O Aurora, launched in 2000, has recently undergone a multi-million dollar transformation. Most notable is the visual appeal of the ship, adorned with a contemporary Union Flag design on the bow. Another feature immediately noticeable is the long...
Norwegian Star at sea
Fresh out of dry-dock in March 2015, Norwegian Star, launched in 2001, is more exciting than ever. Passengers familiar with Norwegian Cruise Line will be familiar with the Freestyle Cruising style that provides flexibility for dining and entertainment options...