P&O Cruises 2010 Worldwide Adventures brochure will be on sale from today (Monday 1st December 2008) with cruise only and holiday package add-on options giving passengers more flexibility and empowerment when booking their cruise holiday.

With two ships, Arcadia and Aurora, sailing round trip from Southampton the 2010 programme will visit 73 destinations in 33 countries and offer a total of 38 holidays ranging from 14 to 53 night cruises.

P&O Cruises managing director, Nigel Esdale, said “As well as having an enticing choice of far-flung destinations for passengers to explore, this brochure also gives today’s savvy traveller more flexibility by offering cruise only and holiday package options.”

The prices for all featured holidays will be cruise only, and ‘build your own’ holiday package add-on prices will be available for flights, coach transfers and any hotel accommodation.

“With ports of call including Xingang in China and Port Victoria in Seychelles, holidays on offer will combine both the luxury of a cruise with a tailor-made holiday experience.”

Operating as sectors of Arcadia and Aurora’s world voyages passengers can embark, and disembark, in a number of cities and holidays can be enhanced with a pre or post city stay when starting or ending in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Cape Town, Dubai, Mumbai, San Francisco or Singapore.

Pricebreaker early booking discounts of up to 45% are available, along with on board credit of up to £125 per person for bookings made before the end of February 2008.

Highlights of the brochure are:

Southampton to San Francisco on Arcadia, 10 January to 1 February

2010, from £1,599*. Calling at Madeira, Barbados, Aruba, transit

Panama Canal, Acapulco and Zihuatanejo.

Mumbai to Hong Kong on Aurora, 26 January to 9 February 2010, from

£1,199*. Calling at Kuala Lumpar, Singapore, Kuantan, Phu My and

Halong Island.

Sydney to Bangkok on Arcadia, 24 February to 17 March 2010, from

£1,699*. Calling at Brisbane, Whitsunday Islands, Cairns (from

Corkey’s Knob), Kota Kinabalu, Hong Kong, Nha Trang, and