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ABOVE: The Oriana in Venice. INSET BELOW: The Aurora cruises past Elba.

photoP&O Cruises is the British half of P&O Princess Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation. It serves upmarket travelers from the UK, with cruises that range from a few days to two weeks or more in length.

Most P&O cruises are roundtrip voyages from Southampton. However, for 2014, P&O is introducing "fly-cruise holidays," which let passengers enjoy seven- or 14-night cruises from Mediterranean departure ports.

A number of P&O cruises are billed as "exclusively for adults" (a more elegant replacement of P&O's earlier term, "child-free.") If you believe that children should be unseen and unheard, P&O may be just your cup of English breakfast tea.

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Oriana in Venice, Italy


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