P&O introduces their new ship. In May 2011 Adonia will be joining the P&O Cruises fleet. Cruise details are released on the Adonia.
(PRWEB) May 27, 2010 -- In May 2011 Adonia will be joining the P&O Cruises fleet. Adonia, the smallest ship in the P&O Cruises fleet, has been designed to offer an intimate cruise experience with small ship charm. The child-free, 700-passenger ship will be able to visit some of the ports that larger ships are unable to visit.
Adonia will offer ex-Southampton cruises between May and October, from seven to 26 nights in duration to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe featuring some smaller and off the beaten track ports of call as well as the must see destinations. These itineraries will also feature overnight calls in Athens and St. Petersburg, as well as a round Britain cruise.
In October, Adonia will reposition to the Mediterranean and offer six open-jaw Central and Eastern Mediterranean fly-cruises, departing from Savona, Athens, Trieste and Naples. Itinerary highlights include a Christmas and New Year cruise to the Holy Land, prices start from £1,775* for the 14 night cruise departing from Southampton.
Prices for the 16 night Mediterranean maiden voyage start from £2,374* departing from Southampton in May 2011, and £1,424* cruise only, for a 14 night Central Mediterranean holiday from Trieste to Athens in December 2011. A holiday package add-on including flights is available for £99.
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