The cruise line will have its largest presence yet in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Fremantle, Adelaide and Auckland.
With 250 cruises in the 2015-16 programme, P&O Cruises will be offering maiden itineraries and inaugural port visits to destinations such as Honiara in the Solomon Islands, Jakarta in Indonesia, and Ko Chang in Thailand.
Queensland’s Hamilton Island and Gladstone, Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and Esperance in Western Australia will also welcome P&O ships.
In 2015 the cruise line’s latest ships – Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria – will join the existing fleet of Pacific Dawn, Pacific Jewel and Pacific Pearl in Sydney Harbour for an unprecedented five-ship display on November 25.
P&O Cruises’ longest ever Auckland season with 18 roundtrip cruises from February to June 2016. Options include four-night cruises spending a day in Napier or Bay of Islands, a new 15-night cruise to Fiji, Tonga and the Cook Islands and a new 10-night roundtrip itinerary circumnavigating New Zealand with a maiden call to Stewart Island
Pacific Eden will offer a Singapore season from July 2016 featuring five cruises to Indonesia, Thailand and Cambodia, with maiden calls to Krabi, Sabang (Palau Weh), Ko Chang, and Sihanoukville
A record Fremantle season with Pacific Eden sailing from the West Australian port between April to July 2016 on 13 cruises. Options include a new cruise to Indonesia with maiden calls to Jakarta, Probolinggo and Makassar as well as four P&OSeaBreak cruises and a new four-night cruise visiting Esperance
A maiden season of eight roundtrip cruises from Cairns by Pacific Eden from September to November 2016 including four seven-night cruises to Papua New Guinea as well as two 10-night cruises to Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands