is looking ahead to next year's winter cruise season already, with the launch of its winter cruises line up for the 2007-08 season.
The company is offering a substantial range of cruises, ranging from 16 days to 59 days in duration and taking in locations around the world, such as Central America, the Mediterranean and the Far East.
"These are not traditional cruises, these are holidays for modern travellers who want to see more and experience more," said P&O Cruises commercial director Nigel Esdale.
"Half Moon Island and Hope Bay in Antarctica are only accessible by ship, so our passengers can experience everything from sheer glaciers and shifting ice plates to Chinstrap Penguins and whales."
Mr Esdale highlighted some of the other fantastic benefits about selecting a P&O Cruises
holiday for your winter break, including the Panama Canal, Beagle Channel and the Straits of Magellan.
The company recently announced that its new Ventura ship, which will enter service in the spring of 2008, will have a strong British theme running throughout.
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