Welsh Operatic Star to Perform on P&O Cruises Short Breaks
SOUTHAMPTON, England, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Katherine Jenkins, classical crossover artist, will be performing on Oriana for two short cruises later this year, prices start from £399 per person for four nights.
The following cruises go on sale from the May 1, 2013:
- Departing Oct 31, 2013, a four night cruise on Oriana (X323) calling at Zeebrugge (for Bruges) and Amsterdam starts from £399 per person for a Vantage Fare.
- Departing Nov 27, 2013, a four night cruise on Oriana (X326) calling at Zeebrugge (for Bruges) and Amsterdam starts from £399 per person for a Vantage Fare.
Oriana, which is exclusively for adults, has three pools, Oasis Spa, gym, theatre, cinema, sports court, traditional deck games plus numerous restaurants and bars including Ocean Grill by celebrity chef Marco Pierre White.
Carol Marlow said: "These short breaks provide the opportunity for an indulgent weekend of fine dining, pampering in the spa, time to explore the ports, rounding it all off with a very special performance from the world's most prolific classical crossover artist Katherine Jenkins."
Since launching her career in 2003, the Welsh star has sold in excess of seven million albums, which has made her the fastest selling soprano ever. Katherine has become a premier ambassador of bringing classical music to a mainstream audience.
Vantage Fares benefits include a choice of cabin, the flexibility to make amendments to, or even change, the choice of cruise or cabin up to 90 days prior to departure, plus one of the following; on board spending money, car parking in Southampton or return coach travel to Southampton. It also features P&O Cruises Price Promise protection, which ensures that should the price of the Vantage Fare reduce; the difference will be awarded in on board spending or a cabin upgrade.
For more information or to book call P&O Cruises on 0843 373 0111 or visit http://www.pocruises.co.uk.
About P&O Cruises
P&O Cruises can trace its roots back to 1837 and 2012 marks the 175th anniversary of when the Peninsular Steam Navigation Company was awarded the lucrative Admiralty contract to carry mail to the Iberian Peninsula and beyond. Not long afterwards the concept of cruising was born and since then has evolved into a popular holiday choice. Today, as trusted cruise experts, P&O Cruises has a fleet of seven ships offering holidays tailored to British tastes combining genuine service, a sense of occasion and attention to detail, ensuring passengers have the holiday of a lifetime, every time. Azura was launched in April 2010 - officially named by Godmother Darcey Bussell CBE. Small ship Adonia was added to the fleet in May 2011, named by Dame Shirley Bassey, DBE, and a new 141,000 ton as yet unnamed ship will be added to the fleet in spring 2015.
SOURCE P&O Cruises