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Polynesian Passage Cruise: 18 - nights


Enjoy your 18-night Polynesian Passage cruise with P&O Cruises' new ship Pacific Aria.

OperatorVesselPorts of CallSailing DatesPolynesian Passage, 18 - nights
P&O Cruises P&O - Pacific Aria
Departs: Mon, Aug 14 2017
Arrives: Fri, Sep 1 2017
Cruise code: A731
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Cruise Itinerary

DayPorts of callArrivalDeparture
1Brisbane Mon, Aug 14 2017 14:00
2At SeaTue, Aug 15 2017 14:00 
3At SeaWed, Aug 16 2017 14:00 
4LuganvilleThu, Aug 17 2017 09:00Thu, Aug 17 2017 18:00
5Port VilaFri, Aug 18 2017 08:00Fri, Aug 18 2017 18:00
6At SeaSat, Aug 19 2017 18:00 
7Port DenarauSun, Aug 20 2017 08:00Sun, Aug 20 2017 18:30
8Savu SavuMon, Aug 21 2017 08:00Mon, Aug 21 2017 17:00
9At SeaTue, Aug 22 2017 17:00 
10VavauWed, Aug 23 2017 08:00Wed, Aug 23 2017 17:00
11Nuku alofaThu, Aug 24 2017 08:00Thu, Aug 24 2017 18:00
12At SeaFri, Aug 25 2017 18:00 
13At SeaSat, Aug 26 2017 18:00 
14Dravuni IslandSun, Aug 27 2017 08:00Sun, Aug 27 2017 17:00
15SuvaMon, Aug 28 2017 08:00Mon, Aug 28 2017 18:00
16At SeaTue, Aug 29 2017 18:00 
17At SeaWed, Aug 30 2017 18:00 
18At SeaThu, Aug 31 2017 18:00 
19BrisbaneFri, Sep 1 2017 08:00 
Total length of cruise: 18 - nights


Brisbane offers a cosmopolitan mix of shopping, dining, history, arts, sightseeing and entertainment. Experience the nearby theme parks or visit Australia Zoo.

Luganville, called Santo by people from Vanuatu's northern islands who use Luganville as their big city, and called Kanal (from the French Segond Canal) by rural residents of the large island of Espiritu Santo, is the second largest city in Vanuatu.

The substantial dock and port area of Port Vila overlooks a natural harbour. There are beautiful coastal views of the city with its clusters of houses and small scale resorts nestled amongst tropical vegetation makes an attractive scene. The harbour is quite active with fishing boats, yachts and speedboats passing between the various nearby islands. The dock bustles with dancers and music and there are lots of friendly locals selling handicrafts. The covered market place is a colourful and interesting place to visit selling handicrafts, fruits and colourful tropical flowers. Port Vila is clearly visible from deck and is around 1.5 kilometres from the port. The capital is really just one long street with a few smaller streets intersecting it. The main street Lini Highway has lots of shops some bars and restaurants. Many of the resort hotels with excellent restaurants and bars are easily accessible.

Port Denarau 
Denarau is known for its hotels and resorts fringing the island with the 18-hole Denarau Golf course as its centrepiece. The resort island includes international chains such as Hilton, Sheraton, Radisson, Westin, Sofitel and Worldmark.
Denarau Marina is located on the island and provides sea transfer services to the island chains of the Mamanucas and the Yasawas.
Port Denarau, as well as containing Denarau Marina, is a shopping precinct with a variety of restaurants, a supermarket, bakery, hairdressers and tour operators.

Vavau is popular for the fabulous beaches, swimming, snorkelling, and reef viewing and is a Mecca for sport fishing and big game fishing.

Nuku Alofa
This is Tonga to a T. If your idea of heaven involves perfect beaches, waving palms, clear blue waters teeming with colourful fish and fabulous coral, then youve arrived!

Apia is the capital and the largest city of Samoa. From 1900 to 1919, it was the capital of the German Samoa. The city is located on the central north coast of Upolu, Samoa's second largest island. Apia is the only "city" in Samoa and falls within the political district of Tuamasaga.

Dravuni is a volcanic island in the Kadavu Group of islands in Fiji. The island is inhabited by approximately 125 people and is the most northern of several inhabited islands within the Great Astrolabe Reef.
Just north of the Astrolabe lies Solo Reef, an atoll where according to local legend there used to be a village that sunk into the sea. Villagers who fish there respect this legendary village by not throwing garbage overboard.

Suva is one of the South Pacifics largest and most sophisticated cities, housing the University of the South Pacific, the fascinating Fiji Museum and many interesting colonial-era buildings.


Enjoy your 18-night Polynesian Passage cruise with P&O Cruises' new ship Pacific Aria.


  • Private ensuite
  • Flat screen TV for in-cabin entertainment
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • In cabin safe
  • Full breakfast
  • Buffet or a la carte lunch menu
  • Buffet or 4 course a la carte dinners
  • Musical stage shows and entertainment
  • Special guest entertainers
  • Latest release movies (in cabin and on big screen)
  • Choice of Bars and Lounges
  • Fully supervised childrens programs for ages 3 to 17 years



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