YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
P&O’s Oceana is an ideal choice for virtually everyone. The décor throughout the ship is simply stunning not to mention the atrium with its elegant marble staircase and shimmering glass-walled lifts. Younger passengers have their own clubs and activities, along with a nursery and babysitting service which makes this ship the ideal choice for a family cruise. With four pools, a lovely health and fitness centre, sports courts, numerous themed bars and two great show venues, the Oceana has plenty to keep all the family entertained.
12 NIGHT BRITISH ISLES SHORT CRUISE
P&O Oriana 11th June 2022
This 12 night British Isles Short cruise on the P&O Oriana, begins in Southampton and takes you to Greenock – Portree – Kirkwall – Invergordon – Belfast – Dublin -Ringaskiddy and St. Peter Port in the Channel Islands before returning to Southampton on day 13.
||Board your ship between 12 noon – 3 p.m.
|12 Night cruise
|On Board Gratuity
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
The Oriana epitomizes the great traditions of elegant British cruising at its best.. Her sleek, Multi-tiered stern decks to the Tiffany glass ceiling in the beautiful main atrium. An adults-only ship is sure beguile passengers who appreciate the finer things in life. The on-board entertainment ranges from lavish musical productions to magical operettas and classical music recitals, which form part of P&O’s innovative Music Festivals at Sea programm. Oriana also boasts the fine dining experiences of which P&O passengers have become so fond, and she now has the added attraction of Marco-Pierre White’s menu at the Ocean Grill restaurant.
Full Board Cruise.
- Two main formal restaurants, Marco Pierre White speciality restaurant, casual eateries.
- Three pools, paddling pool, several whirlpools.
- Main Theatre Royal, show lounges and live entertainment bars.
- Spa and ocean view gym
- Internet room
- Passenger capacity1,870
- Total Crew794
- Total Cabins914
Day 1 – Southampton (UK) Embark your ship P&O Oriana
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Greenock (Glasgow)
Greenock is just a short drive from Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland and famous for its thriving night life. There are numerous world class of museums and galleries to visit along with the stunning Gothic cathedral. Glasgow also boasts the best shopping in Scotland and offers plenty of pubs and diverse restaurants.
Day 4: Portree
Day 5: Kirkwall
Capital of the Orkney Islands, this ancient Nordic town has many historical sights, including the distinctive red sandstone buildings of St Magnus Cathedral and the Bishop’s and Earl’s Palaces are simply stunning. The town also offers a range of specialist craft shops with goods supplied by local crofters and unique museums and cosy tearooms.
Day 6: Invergordon
The pretty village of Invergordon lies near the head of a Fjord and is surrounded by mountains and gentle rolling farmland of the Scottish Highlands. Visit the one of the numerous castles in the area which provide a good insight into the local history. The world famous Loch Ness is close bye and offers spectacular views over the Loch, home to the famed Loch Ness monster ‘Nessie.’ Cathedrals, forts, battlefields and the Glenmorangie Distillery are all worth a visit.
Day 7: At Sea
Day 8: Belfast
An Industrial giant in the 19th Century and world famous for its linen and its shipyards which built, amongst many others, the fateful Titanic. Belfast is an exuberant city, filled with vividly painted murals on the houses and home to the majestic Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction.
Day 9: Dublin
Dublin overflows with a rich historical past and current, lively cultural scene. Beautiful architecture and stunning scenery and a wealth of charm. Spend a day at one of the several of the city’s large shopping districts, explore the variety of museums, or relax at one of the many thriving pubs and restaurants.
Day 10: Ringaskiddy
Day 12: St. Peter Port
St Peter Port on the Island of Guernsey, with its cobbled streets and picturesque seafront marina and historic gardens make this a pleasant and enjoyable port of call. This charming village is home to many historical buildings and attractions, Fort Grey, Martello tower with views across the stunning bay, the ship wrecked museum, castle Carey or Castle Cornet. Walks through the countryside lead you to sheltered bays and cliff tops overlooking this beautiful island.
Day 13: Southampton (UK)
Disembark your ship – P&O Oriana