P&O’s stamp on history

P&O Cruises' 1,998 passenger Pacific Explorer has been featured on a new commemorative Australia Post stamp that recognises Norfolk Island as an important Aussie cruise destination.

P&O Cruises’ 1,998 passenger Pacific Explorer has been featured on a new commemorative Australia Post stamp that recognises Norfolk Island as an important Aussie cruise destination.

The issuing of the stamp that depicts Explorer anchored off Norfolk Island, coincides with the cruise line’s 85th anniversary.

“It is a perfect combination, a ship that Australian cruise passengers have taken to their hearts, and Norfolk Island, a destination that is so welcoming to visitors,” said P&O Cruises president Sture Myrmell.

Pictured: The new stamp.

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