P&O are the world's oldest cruise line, and they haven't lasted this long without good reason.
P&O has been in existence since the year that Queen Victoria took the British throne in 1837. With such a long history, entwined with the story of the 19th and early 20th century British Empire, colonial influence is plain to see across the fleet.
Aboard each ship, P&O provide guests with multiple dining venues to suit an extensive range of tastes and appetites. In fact, P&O's passion for food has brought about the opportunity to learn to cook with the best during your cruise, with celebrity chef Marco Pierre White even offering cooking masterclasses onboard.
P&O are known for their popularity with all generations. Tots, teens, parents and grandparents can cruise together in harmony. Kids clubs onboard are free, meaning that, for most of the day, grown-ups are free to be kids again too.