P&O Cruises will open up new worlds for its guests onboard and on land next year, with the launch of Australia's first virtual reality experience at sea as well as the cruise line's first port in the remote Kimberley region.
As part of an exclusive partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia, P&O will unveil a PlayStation®VR experience which will take guests to extraordinary new worlds at sea. The technology will roll out across the fleet over the next 12 months, starting with Pacific Jewel later this year.
P&O has also announced it will make its first call to the Kimberley, adding Kuri Bay - a remote coastal bay north of Broome boasting magnificent red rock escarpments and a turquoise bay - to its cruise offerings from Fremantle.
During calls to Kuri Bay, guests will have the chance to explore the spectacular wilderness of the Kimberley through walking tours and scenic flights or visit a Paspaley pearl farm. Fares start from $1099* per person quad share for a nine-night cruise to Kuri Bay departing May 16, 2017, and also featuring a call to Exmouth and an overnight stay in Broome.