P&O Drops Discretionary Daily Service Charge

Britannia

P&O Cruises has announced that on cruises departing from May 2019, the daily onboard discretionary Service Charge will be removed.  

This will apply across the P&O Cruises fleet, the company said.

P&O Cruises senior vice president Paul Ludlow said: “We take huge pride in giving guests a holiday experience that’s truly memorable and special.  By removing the daily discretionary Service Charge, P&O Cruises will make enjoying a cruise holiday an effortless experience, knowing that great service comes as standard.”

One set price includes accommodation, dining in a range of restaurants, complimentary children's clubs and a wide choice of entertainment options including theatre shows, comedy and headline performers, the cruise line announced.  

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