P&O Ferries is launching a host of music-themed mini cruises

P&O Ferries is launching a host of music-themed mini cruises


P&O Ferries has added a quirky twist to some of its North Sea sailings in 2019 that's sure to be a hit with music fans.

That's because the ferry line will be offering a host of themed mini cruises, each paying tribute to different music genres and acts.

Highlights include an 80s themed party cruise, a sailing with live DJs, a journey through Hollywood's greatest hits, and even a tribute to Elvis Presley.

The sailings will take place on selected dates in November and December, and with prices starting from £59pp it can make for a budget-friendly and fun way to travel.

You can already book the music themed mini cruises on the P&O Ferries website but it's worth getting in early as places are subject to availability.

So what exactly is on offer? We take a look at the four themed sailings you won't want to miss…

The Great Mini Cruise to Rotterdam

Get ready for an all singing, all dancing extravaganza from the P&O Ferries team which will include hits from heaps of timeless classics. Think Grease, Dirty Dancing, A Star Is Born and Moulin Rouge and a whole host of feel-good hits.

Sails the 15th November 2019. Prices from £95pp.

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80s Party Mini Cruise to Amsterdam

Get ready to sail down memory lane led by True Gold – the world’s premier tribute to Spandau Ballet (endorsed by Tony Hadley himself).

Think throwback tunes from Queen to The Proclaimers, and Soft Cell to Bryan Adams.

Sails the 13th December 2019. Prices from £89pp.

Elvis and Buddy Mini Cruise to Amsterdam

This cruise celebrates music legends Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly, featuring Mark Summers aka 'Young Elvis', the official number one Elvis tribute.

The band behind the UK Buddy Holly Story, Buddy and the Blackjacks, will also be on board, taking to the Sunset Showbar Stage to perform hits such as Peggy Sue, That’ll Be the Day and Maybe Baby.

Sails the 12th November 2019. Prices from £69pp.

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