Here’s a recent press release from P&O about the historic ‘keepsakes’ they are looking for, to have onboard the Azura:
“Find those old photos, track down those trophies, rummage for those relics and collect up those keepsakes – P&O Cruises is searching for memorabilia to showcase on its newest ship Azura.
Britain’s oldest cruise line is asking the country’s collectors to find historical items relating to the company. All items chosen will be displayed on Azura during her maiden season and will then be part of a travelling heritage display across its fleet of seven ships.
P&O Cruises managing director, Carol Marlow said:
“P&O Cruises began in 1837 and is proud of its long and illustrious history as Britain’s oldest cruise line. The launch of Azura seemed a fitting time to celebrate this heritage by exhibiting memorabilia and works of art associated with our fleet. I am sure that many people have items of historical importance and sentimental relevance which we would love to share with all our passengers and have on loan for Azura’s maiden season.
You can find more details here. Should make for quite a display!