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A round the world cruise will call at the port of Cadiz

17 January, 2024

The shipping company P&O Cruises has decided to use the port of Cadiz as a stopover on its 99-day round the world cruise which started on the 6th of January and which will visit a total of 29 destinations spread over several continents.

Thus, the Arcadia embarks on P&O Cruises’ 2024 world cruise. Sailing roundtrip from Southampton, the ship now offers a voyage that will circumnavigate the world. It will then visit Florida and Aruba before transiting the Panama Canal and reaching the Pacific Ocean for calls in Guatemala and Costa Rica.

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The final leg of the 2024 World Cruise includes a transit of this 2005-built ship through the Suez Canal, as well as ports of call in the Mediterranean and Atlantic, such as Valletta in Malta and Cadiz in Spain.