P&O drought relief

P&O Cruises Australia has partnered with charity Rural Aid to offer drought-affected farmers and their families free cruise trips.

P&O Cruises Australia has partnered with charity Rural Aid to offer drought-affected farmers and their families free cruise trips.

The cruise line has set aside 85 cabins across two separate four-night sailings for select NSW & Qld farmers who P&O Cruises Australia president Sture Myrmell said “have not had a break in years”.

The nomination process is currently being worked on, with the cruises to take place on board Pacific Explorer and Pacific Dawn in Dec.

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