Caribbean, Mexico & Panama from So'ton, 3 January 2018 (35 nights)

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Ship:
Oceana
Line:
P&O Cruises
Depart Date:
3rd January 2018
Duration:
35 nights | View itinerary
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Cruise Type:
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Holiday Features

Oceana: Fun-loving, sociable & family-friendly

  • Spacious ensuite cabin accommodation
  • Meals and snacks onboard
  • 24 hour complimentary (standard) room service
  • Continental Breakfast in your cabin
  • Evening Entertainment such as theatre shows, bands, comedy & cabaret
  • Oceanview Gymnasium & Fitness Centre
  • 4 Pools, 6 Whirlpool spas & thermal suite
  • Sports Court and Golf nets
  • Free age specific kids clubs for ages 2-17
  • All port taxes and fees
  • Library & comprehensive shore guides
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Southampton PM
2 At Sea
3 La Coruna
La Coruna
Named the Crystal City, Corunna is a real mixture of old and new, with old town features and many new glass fronted buildings facing the harbour. The city is the site of the Roman Tower of Hercules, which is a lighthouse that has been in continuous operation for nearly 2,000 years. It has been declared by the UNESCO as Human Heritage.
AM PM
4-10 At Sea - 7 days
11 St. John's, Antigua
St. John's, Antigua
You will fall in love with this secluded island…a true paradise with 365 white sandy beaches (one for every day of the year), gingerbread architecture and hummingbirds. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard National Park to explore restores naval buildings, nautical museums and lush tropical vegetation. Then head to Montserrat, from here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the active Soufriere Hills volcano. You will be charmed by the local pottery, the great shops, the delicious Antiguan food and the friendliness of the local people. For those of you that like snorkelling, the sheltered bay on Bird Island is a must. Surrounded by a wall of coral reef, Antigua will inspire and excite you.
AM PM
12 Basseterre, St. Kitts
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Immerse yourself in the wonderful scenery of lush rainforests, eighteen century balconied white houses, unspoilt coastline and secluded cliffs and caves. You can relax on one of the many flawless beaches or explore the countryside. Highlights of the island include the octagonal Circus of the capital Basseterre, Brimstone Hill Fortress with its stunning views, Romney Manor with its fantastic shops, a Roman Catholic cathedral and a colourful fountain. After sightseeing, why not enjoy an exciting horse ride along Frigate Bay Beach?
AM PM
13 At Sea AM PM
14 Falmouth
Falmouth
Tour Nelson's Dockyard, which was originally built as a way station in the 18th century for warships of the British Royal Navy. This historic district has been restored to its former glory and you can sit upon the old fortifications and observation posts that line the harbor. As you evoke the port's nautical past, close your eyes and you can hear the revelry of sailors coming ashore for leave.
AM PM
15 George Town, Grand Cayman
George Town, Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman is home to the island’s capital George Town. The city is famous for Seven Mile Beach, one of the world’s best beaches, and watersports ranging from jet skiing to windsurfing. If you like snorkelling, then take a trip to Stingray City. You won’t be disappointed. Before you leave Grand Cayman, don’t forget to try the delicious local Tortuga Rum Cake and, if you have time, explore the legendary Cayman Wall on board a submarine.
16 At Sea
17 Majahual, Costa Maya
Majahual, Costa Maya
Visit Costa Maya, an ancient Mayan maritime port and gateway to lush rain forests and blue lagoons. You could trek through the jungle to discover the ancient Mayan cities of Chacchoben and Kohunlich, and admire the marvellous temple adorned with magnificent stone masks. Don’t miss stunning La Palapa Beach, where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters or simply relax and soak up the sun. The local cuisine is delicious, so try Ceviche (raw conch with prawns and octopus marinated in lime juice with tomato, onion, cilantro and tostadas chips…
AM PM
18 Roatan Island
Roatan Island
Roatan, Honduras is a small island only two miles wide at its widest and about 35 miles long. It is a tropical island with all the vegetation one would expect. The main town of Coxen Hole is considered to be poor by most visitors, but its population is quite happy and content. One notices that many of its residents are of Caribbean island decent rather than Hispanic. Roatan is blessed with numerous beaches of a fabulous quality, and nowhere on the island are they more beautiful than on the West End.
AM PM
19 At Sea
20 Puerto Limon
Puerto Limon
There are buses from Limon to places like Cahuita ($1 each-way), Moin (50 cents) and even to the capital San Jose, more than 100 miles away. These leave from the bus terminal, which is a five-minute walk further down Avenida 2 from the museum.
AM PM
21 Panama Canal Transit
22 At Sea
23 Aruba
Aruba
Aruba is a 33 km-long island of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, located 27 km north of the coast of Venezuela. Together with Bonaire and Curaçao, it forms a group referred to as the ABC islands of the Leeward Antilles, the southern island chain of the Lesser Antilles.
AM PM
24 At Sea
25 Castries, St. Lucia
Castries, St. Lucia
This picturesque island is an enchanting blend of lush rainforests, banana plantations, green mountains, sandy beaches and amazing wildlife.
AM PM
26 Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Barbados will delight you with its fine beaches, body-heat waters, calypso rhythms and perfect climate. You will love the friendliness of the welcoming, easygoing and laid back local people.
AM PM
27-31 At Sea - 5 days
32 Ponta Delgada, Azores
Ponta Delgada, Azores
With amazing two-tone lakes and a stunning lush landscape, the Azores are somewhere you will need plenty of camera film.
AM PM
33-35 At Sea - 3 days
36 Southampton AM

Cabins on the Oceana

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Customer reviews for Oceana

  • Oceana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 13 Sep 2019

The cruise was very good, the places we visited, the sights we saw etc. were first class, however, the ship was in need of a little TLC in places. It appeared that there was a shortage of staff in the restaurants, there was often a long wait to get a table, I and other passengers noticed that the staff moral seemed to be very low. In the bars and on deck the waiters didn't go out of their way to serve drinks and there were often glasses and pots left about on the deck that passengers were too lazy to return!! When I travelled previously with P&O on Azura, all the staff went above and beyond to make you feel special. The Captain announced, several times, how he valued each and every member of staff, as Captain he needs to take responsibility for the low moral and take this up if required with P&O and if he doesn't know he needs to find out. I will travel again with P&O but will not repeat this if these issues are still the same.

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  • Oceana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 08 Sep 2019

Excellent ship; not as big as Azura or Ventura but very nice just the same. Brilliant staff and lovely decor. Cabin A215 is a good sea view cabin that is near to the buffet restaurant. I'm writing this review to warn people not to choose family cabin F346, or cabins close by. It is above the area where they prepare the suitcases overnight for disembarkation the next day. My son and his family were kept awake all night on the 7-day switchover day and the night before we left for home.

  • Oceana
  • P&O Cruises
  • 30 Aug 2019

A truly fabulous experience! Will book again!

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All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.

Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.

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