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Pacific Pearl Shines in Auckland

Pacific Pearl Shines in Auckland During P&O Cruises' 2016-17 Season

The first short break to Napier’s Art Deco Weekend, a rare cruise call to Stewart Island and an Easter food and wine voyage are among the highlights of P&O Cruises’ 2016-17 program which offers New Zealand holidaymakers the largest range of cruise itineraries and destinations in the region.

As part of the exciting new program, Pacific Pearl will be based in Auckland from February to June 2017 offering 18 roundtrip departures including eight-night Fiji cruises, a 15-night Pacific voyage visiting Fiji, Tonga and Rarotonga as well as a 10-night round New Zealand cruise. P&O Cruises is the only cruise line to visit the county’s southernmost island, Stewart Island, during dedicated New Zealand itineraries.

With short breaks in hot demand, P&O Cruises is offering six Sea Breaks during Pacific Pearl’s seventh Auckland season including the first cruise to Napier for the internationally-renowned Art Deco Weekend, four-night cruises to the Bay of Islands and a food and wine themed Easter itinerary.


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