P&O Dazzles Passengers with ‘White Nights’ Deck Parties

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Passengers sailing with P&O are set to party in style as the line launches its ultra-glamorous White Nights ‘Bianco’ deck parties. The stylish new shade of event is part of the company’s new look entertainment programme designed to target younger ‘millennial’ cruisers in search of luxury, extravagance and all out revelry. Bianco is set to hit the decks of P&O fleet members this month, with organisers pulling out all stops to treat passengers to an unforgettable night.

Brett Annable, P&O Cruises Entertainment Director explains that the event was “Inspired by the world’s superclubs and what’s trending in modern Australian venues.” Without a doubt, “Bianco will be the party to be seen at” this summer.

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Total ‘white out’ on P&O decks

The entire top level will be transformed into a haze of white featuring smoke cannons, faux snow, themed cocktails, live music and of course, party goers dressed in their finest whites from head to toe. An elevated dance floor will be overseen by an in-house DJ while a playful selfie wall will give partygoers the chance to capture and share the celebrations on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The line’s even providing selfie sticks to help snap the perfect shot! Annable is confident that Bianco will be a major highlight and has pegged it as “The next big thing in cruise entertainment.” He adds, “It will be much more than a party – it will be a special event and we think it will fast become the most popular night on board our ships.”

Every P&O cruise lasting three nights or more will feature a Bianco party which means even weekend holidaymakers can hit up this summer’s hottest bash. Just don’t forget to pack a knock-out white themed wardrobe and a killer pair of dancing shoes!

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Images sourced via Flickr Creative Commons and P&O Cruises Press Centre. Credits: Lennart Tange, P&O Cruises.

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Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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