P&O 2023 itineraries

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Well we have picked ours out and asked our TA to sort it all out for us.
Some nice itineraries with several stops we have not yet visited
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Thanks for reminding me - I had forgotten about them

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Looks to be the same Old , same as.!
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We'll see how our July 2022 cruise goes first before even thinking cruising 2023/24. At the moment we are certainly not bothered about 'getting in first' with a booking. If at a later date it happens then it does, if not it's not the end of the world.

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There are a couple of cruises that we are interested in as we have a cruise booked in early 2023, which was basically a "holding" cruise for the deposit from a cruise that we cancelled, then we will move the deposit.

Whether we actually go or not will be decided when the balance is due.

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I have to use up a load of FCC before the end of the year. ... so I have to book something.
We have picked a cruise where more than half the stops are places we have yet to visit.
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We are going to do the 2024 Worldie as it goes to the places we missed last time

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Kendhni wrote: 03 Nov 2021, 16:50 I have to use up a load of FCC before the end of the year. ... so I have to book something.
We have picked a cruise where more than half the stops are places we have yet to visit.
P&O have extended the time limit to use existing FCCs until end of Septenber 2022.
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I must have missed that announcement ... not surprising given the number of emails I get from P&O.
We have found a cruise we like so may as well use it.
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For the first time in many years I am not booking as soon as the cruises are released.
I pay single supplement and the best prices was always given by booking early. I have managed to get to Baltic tier so cruised regularly with P and O.

For family reasons I am unable to do cruises of over 19 nights. Looking at yesterday's offerings I didnt really see anything new. It's a lot of the same old .
I am going to look at Fred and will probably book a Titan holiday for 2023, anyway whose knows it's so far ahead.

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