P&O has come to the defence of cruislings after passengers contacted Cruise Passenger to claim poor behaviour aboard the Pacific Pearl 16-day cruise around the South Pacific.
According to the passengers, while most of the guests were well behaved and enjoyed their relaxing holiday aboard the ship that’s “like no place on earth”, others were a little more rowdy.
A Cruise Passenger reader maintained two young boys had streaked on the upper decks.
The source also said a lift had been hit by graffiti and a cabin damaged, and that some passengers had been asked to disembark the vessel.
But P&O later told Cruise Passenger no-one had been asked to leave the ship.
A spokeperson for P&O has said that there was “no significant security issues on the ship”.
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