Britain’s favourite cruise line has today unveiled a fabulous competition to name its newest ship!
With the largest ship in the fleet due to launch in 2020, who better to name this beauty than those who will be sailing on her? Be a part of history – the chosen name will be proudly emblazoned for everyone to see for years to come as she sails around the world. This is a prize that money simply cannot buy!
Get your thinking caps on
If your name is chosen, you’ll also win two VIP places at the ship’s naming ceremony in Spring 2020. Entries must be submitted by 31st July 2017, with the winner being announced next year.
P&O Cruises senior vice president, Paul Ludlow said –
“This new ship will be the first new launch for P&O Cruises in five years and will play a pivotal role in redefining the brand and broadening our appeal.
It is therefore incredibly important that we have a name that reflects the ship’s heritage as well as highlighting the array of new cruising experiences it will offer – something memorable and dignified that reflects its position as the new star in our fleet.
I encourage the general public to get their thinking caps on but also to remember that naming a ship is akin to naming a child. The name is an inherent part of its personality and is something that will sail with it for life.”
How to enter
Think you have the perfect name for this exciting new ship? You can submit your suggestion here. Good luck!
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