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Summer 2026 Cruises

Summer 2026 Voyages

Sail away for an unforgettable summer where the world’s most dreamy places are waiting for you. From the minute you step on board, you can enjoy a holiday where relaxation and exploration can be had in equal measure.

Perhaps you’ll savour delicious local delicacies under the Mediterranean sunshine? Or maybe you’ll experience that ‘wow’ moment marvelling at the incredible glaciers in the Norwegian Fjords? You could sit back on soft sands in the Canary Islands and slip even further into holiday mode or sip the day away with a sangria or two in Spain. With so much to see, do and explore, this season is sure to be filled with lots of special moments.

We also have brand-new holidays included in this collection, so you can experience summer in a whole different way. Whether you join Aurora on her 21-night Mediterranean adventure, sail on Arvia when she makes her first ever call to Civitavecchia (and maybe take a trip to Rome whilst she’s there!) or witness one of the most stunning natural phenomena as Arcadia and Ventura go in search of the total solar eclipse, you can sail to your dream destination.

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P&O Cruises Summer 2026 Collection

Aurora & Arcadia Summer 2026 Cruises

The mid-size ships will continue to deliver a diverse mix of trades and durations designed to appeal to our most loyal guests and experienced cruisers. Destinations range from the northern most point of Norway, to New York and Cyprus. Aurora will operate two longer duration Mediterranean cruises which both offer something different to recent seasons. The first departs in August for 21-nights, and features a call to La Goulette, Tunisia as well as two full days in Istanbul. The second is a brand new Eastern Mediterranean cruise of 24-nights departing in September. The itinerary stretches across to Piraeus (for tours to Athens), Kusadasi (for tours to Ephesus), Bodrum, Limassol (Cyprus) and Alexandria (Egypt). Arcadia’s Iceland cruise in August provides the opportunity to witness a total solar eclipse from Isafjordur (weather permitting!), and on the same cruise, the two day call to Greenock (tours to Glasgow) offers Guests the chance to experience the Edinburgh Tattoo.

Arvia Summer 2026 Cruises

Arvia will continue to operate a 14 Night Western Mediterranean programme and sees the introduction of four 7-night Southern Cruise breaks to France and Spain over May half-term and the start of the school summer holidays.  There are two different Western Mediterranean itineraries, all of which have six ports in 14 nights. For the first time Arvia will call to Civitavecchia for tours to Rome.

Azura Summer 2026 Cruises

Azura will continue to operate Mediterranean Fly Cruise in 2026, with a mixture of Western, Central and Eastern Mediterranean itineraries from Malta every Thursday. As per previous seasons, Guests can choose from both 7 and 14 night holidays.  Western Med itineraries continue to offer headline calls to the Italian ports of Naples, Civitavecchia for Rome and Livorno for Florence & Pisa, plus the port of Toulon is new to the fly-cruise programme. The Eastern Med includes an increased number of calls to Kusadasi (for tours to Ephesus) as well as picturesque Greek Islands of Mykonos and Santorini.  Central Med itineraries include selected calls to Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar in Croatia, as well as Taranto in Italy and Cephalonia in Greece.  Six of the 7-night cruises (three at the start of the season, and three at the end) feature two full days in Valletta to give Guests more time to experience Malta’s diverse mix of history and culture.

Britannia Summer 2026 Cruises

Britannia’s summer season has been diversified to include a 14-night Iceland cruise and a 21-night Central Mediterranean cruise, as well as her core programme of 7-night Norway Fjords, 14-night Scandinavia and Northern Europe cruises, and three 14-night Mediterranean Island cruises in the peak summer season. New for 2026 is Britannia’s first cruise to Iceland, with two full days in Reykjavik and calls to Akureyri and Isafjordur. (Please note that the minimum infant age is 12 months on this cruise)

Iona Summer 2026 Cruises

Iona will continue to deliver her Norwegian Fjords deployment between April and September, including spectacular scenic cruising.  The Norwegian Fjords itineraries include calls to Hellesylt and Flaam, which are both within a UNESCO World Heritage area, as well as Olden and Alesund, and the Norwegian towns Stavanger and Haugesund. New for 2026 is the addition of four 7-night Southern Cruise breaks to France and Spain, giving fans of Iona the opportunity to sail to a different region during the summer months.

Ventura Summer 2026 Cruises

Ventura will continue to deliver a blend of trades focusing primarily on the Canary Islands, Portugal and Spain, with 14-night Atlantic Island cruises, 7 and 10 night Southern Cruise Breaks, as well as 4 night Short Breaks to the Netherlands.  The programme is designed with an extended target audience in mind, with extended calls in both Lisbon and the Netherlands. There is one unique cruise during August which has been designed to capture the Solar Eclipse (weather permitting) while in the Spanish port of El Ferrol. The itinerary also features an overnight stay in Lisbon and a headline call to Madeira.

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