Pacific Jewel

A pioneer in the P&O cruising fleet, the Pacific Jewel was introduced in late 2009 and offered some unbelievable firsts at sea including the southern hemisphere’s largest spa afloat and a topdeck trapeze area and high-wire circus. Measuring 245m in length and with a gross tonnage of 70, 310 GT the Pacific Jewel can reach a maximum speed of 22.5 knots, even when at its 1,950 passenger capacity. Offering cruises from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle and even one from Singapore, the Pacific Jewel features 11 decks and boasts the world’s largest adventure park at sea.

Offering the perfect combination of relaxation, entertainment and excitement, the Pacific Jewel is home to a huge range of bars, cafes and restaurants including Luke Mangan’s Salt grill, the first ever at sea celebrity chef restaurant. The southern hemisphere’s largest at-sea spa, the Aqua Health Spa & Fitness Centre offers the ultimate in pampering with a number of treatment rooms with ocean views while The Oasis, offers a peaceful haven for adults only. Enjoy more than 200 comfortable balcony cabins and an exciting program of entertainment year round on Pacific Jewel cruises to New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and around Australia.

For this ship's full list of cruises visit Pacific Jewel Cruises.

Pacific Jewel - Ship Facilities

Food & Drink

  • Balcony Bar
  • Marquee Bar
  • Casbah Bar
  • Connexions Bar
  • Players Bar & Casino
  • Coffee & Chocolate Bar
  • Cafe
  • Grill
  • The Atrium
  • Plantation Restaurant
  • La Lunas Restaurant
  • Waterfront Restaurant

Relaxation

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Hot Tubs
  • Charlies
  • The Oasis
  • Aqua Spa

Fitness

  • Gym
  • Fitness Centre

Other

  • Reception
  • Medical Centre
  • Photo Gallery
  • Shore Excursion Office
  • Art Gallery

Pacific Jewel - Ship Specifications

Built1989
Gross Tonnage70,310 GT
Length245 m
Width32.5 m
Draft8 m
Decks11
Max Speed22.5 knots
Passengers1950
Crew712 - +1 crew per 3 passengers
Passenger Cabins834