The first three England games in the 2014 FIFA World Cup can be watched on the big screen with many P&O cruise ships, and with the second taking place tonight we’ve seen P&O Cruises remind cruise goers of this fact. The first game has already been played, although England vs Uruguay will be streamed live on their cruise ships as a “key fixture”.
All the 64 games will be featured around different ships, although those that prefer to watch the action within their cabins can do so thanks to matches streaming direct to TVs in cabins. Again, this will also mean a live England vs Uruguay steam will be available today in cruise ship cabins as well.
While many cruise lines are making sure people keep connected to the World Cup when cruising, P&O is a very British brand and will of course make sure every England game is shown in the best possible way with complete coverage all around cruise ships. This means dedicated bars with big TV action, and themed events/drinks especially on England game days.
Have you been watching the 2014 FIFA World Cup live onboard a cruise ship this week? If so, I bet there’s many Cruise Ship News readers that would love to join you.
The next England game after today is England vs Costa Rica on 24 June. This is another key game listed by P&O Cruises, although they will feature every game right up to the final on 13 July.