P&O Oriana – 7 Night British Isles Short Cruise 13th July 2022

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fr £639
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fr £759
fr £1449
fr £2099
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P&O Oriana 13th July 2022

This 7 night British Isles Short cruise begins in Southampton and takes you to Cobh – Dublin – Killybegs  and Galway  before returning to Southampton on day 13.

DEPARTURE TIME Board your ship between 12 noon – 3 p.m.
7 Night cruise Full Board
Shore Excursions
On Board Gratuity


P&O Oriana

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.

What’s Included.

 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.
  • Cinema
  • Spa and ocean view gym
  • Internet room
  • Tonnage69,153
  • Passenger capacity1,870
  • Total Crew794
  • Total Cabins914
  • Decks10




Day 1  – Southampton (UK) Embark your ship P&O Oriana
Day 2:  At Sea
Day 3: Cobh

Was previously known as Queenstown until 1922. This was the main embarkation point for America and the last port of call of the Titanic. Cobh is a pleasant waterside town filled with brightly coloured house and steep climbing streets leading up to the imposing Cobh Cathedral with its 47 bells. There plenty of pleasant walks, restaurants and waterside cafes to make this a really enjoyable port of call.

Day 4: 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 5: Killybegs

Killybegs in County Donegal is a port rich in culture and history, surrounded by wonderful historic castles and stunning national parks. Close bye are many picturesque villages, bustling modern towns and scenic coastal walks. Donegal Town is home to Donegal Castle, museums, galleries and local shops for a day of relaxing and soaking up the Irish culture. Local trails include the Killybegs looped walks or the Hidden Delights Bus tour. A visit to Cyndi Graham Hand weaving Center is also worth the time.

Day 6: Galway

Galway has a bohemian flavor that is typical of the West of Ireland’s laid back attitude to life and always ready for a party attitude. The city has a reputation artistic creativity, music, horse-racing and literature. Not to forget its oysters. Brightly painted pubs are to be seen virtually everywhere with street side cafes offering the perfect spot to watch the multitudes of street performers.

Day 7: At Sea


Day 8: Southampton (UK)
 Disembark your ship – P&O Oriana


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