Last Minute P&O Cruises
From a young age, we’re taught not to put things off until the last minute. But when planning a cruise this could be exactly the right thing to do. No cruise line wants to sail with empty cabins, so as the departure date gets closer, they offer increasingly great discounts to fill the spaces that nobody else wants.
If you take advantage of these deals, you can get a great holiday for a fraction of the normal price.
You probably won’t get to choose your stateroom or table in the dining room and you probably won’t have much choice of destination or get your preferred ship. It’s also unlikely that you’ll be able to sail during peak times – as these voyages tend to sell out quickly.
The great thing about a last minute cruise is that you get to sail on the same ship as people who’ve paid full price. You’ll eat the same food and have access to all the same facilities and shore excursions. In fact, the deals that you can find can be so great that it’s considered bad cruise etiquette to tell your fellow passengers just how little you paid for your voyage.
Just make sure that you don’t leave it too late. Cruise lines are required by law to submit a passenger manifest a couple of days before departure, so make sure that you book your space more than 48 hours before departure.
A last minute cruise is a great way to holiday on a budget – so why not get in touch today to discuss our current last minute P&O Cruise offers.