Pacific Adventure, currently cruising for Princess Cruises under the name Golden Princess will be put through an extensive refurbishment to cater to the needs and wants of the Australian cruiser before arriving in Sydney.
She will boast 5 berth cabins, a first for the brand and great news for larger families which make up a significant portion of the cruisers P&O expect to see onboard. Although their will no doubt be families onboard there will also be a child-free Oasis retreat” spanning multiple decks, offering sun lounges, spa tubs, a swimming pool and dedicated bar.
Foodies are not forgotten with an array of dining experiences featuring exciting concepts from award-winning Melbourne pizza chef Johnny Di Francesco and celebrity chef Luke Mangan. Entertainment wise, the cruise line has confirmed its Blue Room live music venue, featuring blues, soul and R&B, will feature on board.
Pacific Adventure’s interior and deck designs are yet to be finalised, but she is tipped to follow the sleek Scandi-inspired style of the more recent makeovers on P&O’s other ships. We are very excited to meet her.
|Gross Tonnage||108,865 GT|
|Max Speed||22.5 knots|