P&O Oceana 30 Night Southampton Dubai Cruise 10th January 2019

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30 NIGHT SOUTHAMPTON – DUBAI CRUISE

P&O Oceana 10th January 2019

Join the Oceana in Southampton on this 30 night Magical Mid Eastern Cruise to Dubai with ports of call at: Southampton, Cadiz – Valletta – Suez Canal (Full Transit) – Salalah – Muscat and Dubai where you  disembark for your flight home.

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Southampton
DEPARTURE TIME Board your ship between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
INCLUDED
All Flights Transfers
30 Night Cruise Full Board
NOT INCLUDED
Shore Excursions
On Board Gratuity

YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA

P&O Oceana

P&O’s Oceana is an ideal choice for virtually everyone. The décor throughout the ship is simply stunning not to mention the atrium with its elegant marble staircase and shimmering glass-walled lifts. Younger passengers have their own clubs and activities, along with a nursery and babysitting service which makes this ship the ideal choice for a family cruise. With four pools, a lovely health and fitness centre, sports courts, numerous themed bars and two great show venues, the Oceana has plenty to keep all the family entertained.

What’s Included:

All Flights – Transfers – Full Board Cruise.

Facilities on board:
  • Two main formal restaurants, Marco Pierre White bistro, casual eateries.
  • Four pools and six whirlpools.
  • Main Footlights theatre, live entertainment lounges and bars.
  • Ocean view gym
  • Oasis Spa and salon
  • Sports court
Ship Info:
  • Tonnage 77,000
  • Passenger capacity 1,950
  • Total Crew 875
  • Total Cabins 1,008
  • Decks 10

 

Day 1: Southampton
Embark your ship – P&O Oceana
Day 2 – 4: At Sea
Day 5: Cadiz

Cadiz. Positioned on a narrow spit of land jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean, Cadiz has been the home of the Spanish navy since the 18th century. Founded 3000 years ago by the Phoenicians, Cadiz is the oldest city in Western Europe. The beautiful Gothic Cathedral of La Giralda can be found in the Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz which is renowned for its array of whitewashed house and scented Bougainvillea which seems to grow everywhere. In the new town can be found the ultra-modern “City of Arts and Sciences” which is certainly worth a visit.

Day 6 – 7: At Sea
Day 8: Valletta (Malta)

Malta. is a Mediterranean island of huge historical importance, influenced by many great empires. The capital fortress city of Valletta, described as an open-air museum, is mainly Baroque in character having been built in the 16th century by the Order of St John of Jerusalem. It offers some of Europe’s finest palaces, churches, and works of art. Valletta harbour is surrounded by cream coloured buildings and twisting streets.

Day 9 – 10: At Sea
Day 11: Suez Canal (Full Transit)
Day 12 – 15: At sea
Day 16: Salalah (Oman)

Situated at the base of the Al Qara Mountains, Salahah is a city filled with charm and charisma. The City offers beautiful beaches, traditional Islamic architecture, mountains covered in frankincense trees, historical trips to the Marneef Caves and lots more. A trip to the tomb of Hiob with a stop off at the unforgettable blow holes will leave you amazed at this City’s beauty.

Day 17: At Sea
Day 18: Muscat

Muscat is one of the Middle East’s oldest cities and is filled with fascinating history, charm and natural beauty. Wandering through Muscat you can enjoy rare glimpses of the rich and opulent cultural heritage of the land. Tourists who come from all over the world, Muscat holds a special charm with its grand forts, parks and museums all of which help one to understand the history of Oman.

Day 19: At Sea
Day 19: Dubai (On Board)
Day 20 – 21: Dubai (On Board)

For all Dubai’s futuristic appeal and abundance of western entertainments – a sleek metro that zips through the sky like something out of Blade Runner, sumptuous shopping malls, an indoor ski park, and countless bars – there is just as much fun to be had in the simple pleasures of “the Orient”: haggling for gold and frankincense in the bustling souqs, savouring the sunset from the back of a camel, inhaling from a fragrant sheesha pipe on the fairly-lit deck of an old wooden dhow.

Day 22: Sir Bani Yas
Day 23 – 24: Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is simply a stunning mixture of historical culture, tradition and modern developments. The second most populated cities of the United Arab Emirates. Visit the Sheikh Zayed Mosque with its 82 white domes or the Qasr al-Hosn and 18th century Palace and Fort. Hard to believe that the country was founded only in 1971. The Louvre Abu Dhabi opened in November 2017 and is the first branch of the Louvre to open outside France.

Day 25: Bahrain
Day 26: At Sea
Day 27: Muscat

Muscat is one of the Middle East’s oldest cities and is filled with fascinating history, charm and natural beauty. Wandering through Muscat you can enjoy rare glimpses of the rich and opulent cultural heritage of the land. Tourists who come from all over the world, Muscat holds a special charm with its grand forts, parks and museums all of which help one to understand the history of Oman

Day 28: Khasab

Khasab is a port city in the northwest Omani exclave of Musandam. It is the state capital of the Musandam peninsula on the coast of the Hormuz Strait between Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Oman. Surrounded by white sandy beaches and towering mountains and peaks, the beaches are certainly worth a visit as there is an abundance of marine life. Dhows sail twice a day from Khasab to Telegraph Island and charge around RO 30 if you choose not to share

Day 29 – 30: Dubai

For all Dubai’s futuristic appeal and abundance of western entertainments – a sleek metro that zips through the sky like something out of Blade Runner, sumptuous shopping malls, an indoor ski park, and countless bars – there is just as much fun to be had in the simple pleasures of “the Orient”: haggling for gold and frankincense in the bustling souqs, savouring the sunset from the back of a camel, inhaling from a fragrant sheesha pipe on the fairly-lit deck of an old wooden dhow.

 Disembark your ship – P&O Oceana

 

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