P&O Cruises Ventura is resuming operations on Sunday because it units sail for the Canary Islands because the demand for worldwide cruise holidays grows.
Half of the P&O Cruises fleet is now in service as Ventura joins Iona and Britannia, each of which sailed a collection of summer time UK coastal cruises and have been crusing internationally since September 25th.
Azura will even resume crusing in December, becoming a member of Britannia for the Caribbean season.
P&O Cruises president, Paul Ludlow, stated: “Ventura’s worldwide restart is the results of visitor confidence in cruising and is the very newest stage of P&O Cruises crusing resumption as we work in direction of the return of our full fleet in spring 2022.
“Attributable to demand and the resounding endorsement of the primary worldwide holidays on Iona and Britannia we’ve opened up elevated capability to vacation with us.
“We’re proud to have 4 ships crusing internationally this 12 months giving our company a better alternative of the place and after they journey with P&O Cruises for winter solar.”