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P&O Cruises gives passengers a "test-cruise"


News release

Tuesday, 19 July 2005

P&O Cruises gives passengers a "test-cruise"


For those wanting a taste of cruising before they really get their feet wet, P&O Cruises has produced a "test-cruise" experience - in the form of a 13-minute DVD.

The Love to Cruise DVD gives would-be passengers a slice of cruising life aboard P&O Cruises' South Pacific liners without leaving dry land.

Hosted by former Australian Olympic swimming champion Lisa Curry Kenny, the DVD focuses on the experience of six passengers with very different attitudes to cruising - from cruise devotees and their skeptical partners to first-time cruisers.

Prospective passengers can enjoy a sneak peek at some of the idyllic island ports in the South Pacific, as well as facilities aboard Pacific Sky, Pacific Sun and Pacific Star, including the many dining options and nightly entertainment shows.

The DVD showcases P&O Cruises' many on-board sporting facilities and more indulgent activities including spa and beauty salon treatments and duty free shopping.

Overall, Love to Cruise illustrates just how easy it is to do as much or as little as you'd like on a cruise holiday.

If potential cruisers need any more convincing, the DVD includes feedback from previous P&O Cruises passengers who tell why they "love to cruise".

A copy of the Love to Cruise DVD will be distributed to travel agents shortly.

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Issued for P&O Cruises by Pead PR


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