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WOW! Extras and upgrades on wide variety of cruises

I thought this week I’d skip WOW! cruises and give you a look at some WOW! upgrade packages available. The same rules apply, only this time there are specific booking dates to follow. 196 more words

Ports And Bows

2014 season begins

The 2014 summer cruising season is beginning to get into gear.

For P&O, most ships have now started their summer programs. Aurora and Adonia are still on the final stages of their 2014 World Cruises but they’re on the homeward stretch of those – they will finish them before the end of the month – and Arcadia has already started her main 2014 program. 392 more words


Southampton roadworks, and a '3 Queens' day

Update: I’ve had an email this morning from Southampton City Council’s ‘Actionline’, as follows:

I can confirm work will be ending in Platform Road on the 8th April.

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Peters, Dewdney and Cunard memorabilia displayed in Family Historians interview

by Sam McBride

I was recently interviewed for the Go Kootenays community TV show about family history in general, and the West Kootenay Family Historians Society in particular. 459 more words

Frederic Thornton Peters

Which shuttle buses will Early Saver passengers pay for?

P&O have published a list of ports that their ships will call at during the coming year. The list gives some details as to the arrangements at the port, e.g. 373 more words


Cunard's 175th Anniversary

March 2014: Cunard booking lines are now open for a series of cruises commemorating its 175th anniversary in 2015.

Cunard began in the 1800s operating trans-Atlantic sailings from Liverpool, and the three ships will be close to the historic Cunard Building on the Liverpool Pier Head, Cunard’s headquarters from 1917 to 1967. 183 more words