Very soon our spectacular new sunshine ship Arvia will arrive in Southampton, bringing with her a whole host of incredible experiences for our guests to enjoy. 

To celebrate this momentous occasion we’re giving you the chance to WIN a cruise on Arvia, plus 5 runners up will each win a ticket to a special event to celebrate her departure to the Caribbean on 6 January (more news on that coming soon!)

For your chance to win, simply answer the questions below, complete your details and hit submit! Hurry, entries close at 17:00 on Tuesday 20 December. Terms and conditions apply. 

Terms and conditions: Prize draw is open to all UK resident Carnival UK employees and UK shoreside employees of Corporate Shipbuilding, Princess, Seabourn, and Holland America line who are based in Carnival House. Only one entry per person is permitted. The closing date for receipt of entries is 17:00 on Tuesday 20 December 2022. Winners will be selected at random and notified by 23 December 2022. Main prize is 1 x cruise holiday on Arvia for two people sharing a balcony cabin. Winner can choose from either a 7-night cruise including flights from the UK or a 14-night cruise departing from/returning to Southampton in 2023 – subject to availability. Prize includes accommodation, on board main meals (excluding specialty restaurants in which a cover charge will apply), entertainment and most facilities on board. The prize does not include transport to or from the airport/port, travel insurance (adequate insurance is a condition of travel), excursions, luggage fees or other personal expenses incurred or gratuities. 5 x runners up will each win a ticket to a special event in Southampton on Friday 6 January to celebrate Arvia’s departure to the Caribbean. By entering the prize draw you confirm you are able to attend the event. Further details will be supplied to the winners from the P&O Cruises events team. All prizes must be accepted as offered, are non-transferrable and there are no cash alternatives.

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