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P&O Cruises Aurora
Date 13th Sep 22
Nights 24 Nights
1
Southampton, UK
Arrive at Southampton and board P&O's Aurora for your twenty four night cruise.
2-5
At Sea
6
St. John's, Canada
St. John's is the capital city of the Newfoundland and Labrador province and sits off Canada's Atlantic coastline. Explore local culture and history at The Rooms - the Provincial Museum, Provincial Archives, and the Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador. Discover Earth's geological makeup using interactive exhibits at Johnson GEO Centre or stroll along Water Street — one of the oldest streets in North America. Admire panoramic views from Signal Hill National Historic Site or visit old Cape Spear Lighthouse at Cape Spear. Explore the unique fishing village of Quidi Vidi Village, home to the Mallard Cottage national historic site and Quidi Vidi Inn of Olde. Journey by boat past Bay Bulls to view the puffins and seabirds on Puffin Island.
7-8
At Sea
9
Gaspe, Canada
The Canadian city of Gaspe sits on the Gaspe Peninsula in Eastern Quebec. One of the area's most famous sights is the Perce Rock which stands off the coast and there is also the famed fossil site at the UNESCO-listed Parc National de Miguasha. Explore the fascinating exhibits and displays at Musee de la Gaspesie and Musee Acadien du Quebec or step back in time at Berceau de Canada (Birthplace of Canada). Pay a visit to the 18th-century Church of Bonaventure and the 150-year-old Cap-des-Rosiers lighthouse. Get up close to nature and the local wildlife at Parc National de Forillon. Take a boat trip out to Ile Bonaventure to view North America's largest colony of gannets.
10
At Sea
11-12
Quebec, Canada
Quebec City sits proudly on the Saint Lawrence River at the heart of Canada's French-speaking Quebec province. Explore the Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage site - with its narrow, cobblestone streets, 17th and 18th-century buildings and churches, and the impressive Chateau Frontenac. Travel back in time at Musee de la Civilisation and La Citadelle de Quebec or gaze in awe at Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica. Step outside the city walls and discover the vibrant St Baptiste, Montcalm, St-Roch and Colline Parlementaire neighbourhoods. Take a walk on the battlefields of the Plains of Abraham or venture further afield to the idyllic Montmorency Falls Park.
13
Saguenay, Canada
Nestled in the stunning province of Quebec, Saguenay boasts breathtaking nature and bustling city life. Get immersed in the fascinating history at La Pulperie de Chicoutimi and discover the city's milestones at Musée de la Petite Maison Blanche. Gaze in awe at the panoramic views from highest point in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region, Monts-Valin National Park. Discover endless activities within spectacular surroundings at Parc National du Fjord-du-Saguenay. Indulge in retail therapy at one the five downtown centres: Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jonquière, Kénogami and La Baie. Savour local flavours at the terrace cafes and lively bars.
14
At Sea
15
Charlottetown, Canada
Charlottetown is the capital of Canada's smallest province - Prince Edward Island. This place means a lot to Canadians being the Birthplace of Confederation - where the 1864 conference at Province House led to the creation of the Dominion of Canada. The 13km Confederation Bridge that spans the Northumberland Strait links Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick on the Canadian mainland. Discover Victoria Row, the Anne of Green Gables store, the Founder's Hall and the stately Lieutenant Governor's mansion on a horse-drawn carriage ride through Charlottetown's downtown area. Take an island tour and view the Point Prim Lighthouse and Wood Islands Lighthouse, the artist’s haven at Victoria-by-the-Sea, Anne of Green Cables Museum at Silver Bush, and the dramatic redstone cliffs at Cavendish Beach.
16
Iles de la Madeleine, Canada
The archipelago of Iles de la Madeleine is in the middle of Gulf of St Lawrence in the Canadian province of Quebec. These remote islands are like 'land that time forgot'; red sandstone cliffs jut out of the sea, sand dunes create lagoons next to wetlands, and miles of windswept beaches link the islands together. The main island trade is fishing with the seas rich in lobster, scallops, rock crab, and ground fish. Admire the iconic 18th-century lighthouses at Anse-a-la-Cabane, Bird Rock, Entry Island, and Borgot; the two on Brion Island and Cape Alright were built in the early 1900s. Discover the exhibits at Musee de la Mer and tour CAMI Historical Heritage Site - home to The Little Red School House Museum, Veteran's Museum, and a Memorial Park.
17
At Sea
18
Halifax, Canada
Found on the Atlantic Ocean coast, Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia and is home to one of the world's largest natural harbours. The heart of Canada's east coast arts scene, you can explore a variety of galleries and museums to find everything from folk art to relics of the Mi'kmaq people! Visit Fisherman's Cove — a 200-year-old restored village — and stroll around a traditional farmers' market to find tasty, local food and drink. Learn about the city's heritage at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic or stroll the pretty displays at Halifax Public Gardens.
19
Sydney, Canada
Sydney, in Canada's Nova Scotia, is situated on the east coast of Cape Breton Island. When you step off your ship, you are greeted by the world's largest fiddle outside the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion! The port is also the gateway to the island's many attractions — including the world-famous Cabot Trail, Fortress of Louisbourg, and Alexander Graham Bell Museum at Baddeck Village. Take a tour through the historic streets of Old Sydney, stopping by St Patrick's Museum, the Jost House and the old stone St Alphonsus Church en-route. You can also live the life of a coal miner when you visit Cape Breton Miners’ Museum, Ocean Deeps Colliery Coal Mine, Miner's Village, and the Glace Bay Heritage Museum!
20-24
At Sea
25
Southampton, UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and make your way home.
Hays Extras
Hays Extras
  • No Fly - Sailing from Southampton
  • 24 Nights full board cruise on board Aurora
  • WAS £2,899pp NOW £2,699pp
Why Book
Why Book
  • Admire panoramic views from Signal Hill National Historic Site or visit old Cape Spear Lighthouse at Cape Spear
  • Travel back in time at Musee de la Civilisation and La Citadelle de Quebec or gaze in awe at Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica
  • Learn about the city's heritage at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic or stroll the pretty displays at Halifax Public Gardens

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Background
Aurora
Overview
Aurora is a mid-sized cruise ship, instantly recognisable thanks to her elegant tiered stern. Like Oriana, Aurora is designed as a classic ocean going vessel and is therefore ideally suited to world cruising. At her heart is a Lalique-inspired waterfall which forms the centrepiece of her atrium – one of her signature features. When it comes to bars she offers a variety to suit every mood including her Crow’s Nest bar, which offers a great view of every port along the way (and the oceans in between), Champions sports bar and adjacent casino, and Anderson’s with its rather sophisticated wood panelled walls. Entertainment wise there’s the Playhouse cinema which shows recently released films, a show lounge and theatre. Her dining options include her two main restaurants, as well as a bistro by Marco Pierre White and an al fresco grill restaurant. P&O Cruises Aurora is designed for walking or jogging with the opportunity to do just that around her circumference thanks to the broad teak promenade deck
Aurora
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Food & Drink

Guests are spoilt for choice on Aurora with two main restaurants, as well as three Select Dining venues: Sindhu, The Glass House, a wine bar and restaurant created in partnership with award-winning wine guru Olly Smith; and The Beach House, which offers fun and informal dining alongside ocean views.

Entertainment

There's never a dull moment...

P&O Cruises offers the very best in cruise entertainment. Days can be filled with as much or as little as you want, whilst evenings are no doubt the social highlight. When the sun goes down your ship begins to come alive with the hum of conversation and music, and you can be sure of a memorable night.

Aurora - The Playhouse Cinema Aurora - The Crow's Nest Aurora - The Crow's Nest Aurora - Champions Aurora - The Curzon Theatre Aurora - Anderson's Aurora - Monte Carlo Casino Aurora - Raffles Bar Aurora - Raffles Bar Aurora - Pool Bars
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Health & Fitness

From the revitalising hydrotherapy pool, to the state of the art gymnasium, there's plenty of facilities onboard to refresh your mind, body and soul. Passengers can enjoy luxury massages and treatments in the Oasis Spa, or head out to the top deck sports court for a spot of tennis.

Kids & Teens

Aurora is exclusively for adults.

Terms & Conditions
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Exclusively for adults Canada
Aurora
13th Sep 22
24 Nights
£2,699
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