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The Bianco Party will be the one to be seen at, according to P&O's entertainment director

P&O Australia ships to be floating superclubs

Brett Annable, P&O Cruises Australia’s entertainment director, has taken inspiration from the world’s superclubs to plan parties with style for the fleet that will grow to five ships in November.

Every cruise of three nights or more will have a dazzling top deck  Bianco Party -- the party to be seen at, according to Annable.

‘It will be much more than a party,’ he said. ‘It will be a special event and we think it will fast become the most popular night onboard our ships.’

Everyone will be asked to wear their whitest whites to the uber-chic White Party where white cocktails will be served, with a background of  smoke cannons and a snow-flake finale.

There will be a selfie wall with selfie sticks for passengers who want to share the evening on social media.

On cruises of four nights or more there will be retro Back to School parties and Gatsby evenings will evoke all the glitz of the 1920s.

Vegas cocktails will be the order of the day at the Las Vegas pool parties and a new stage show, Off the Charts,’ is part of what the company is calling ‘the entertainment revolution.’ 

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