The newest addition to the P&O fleet, Pacific Eden, has arrived in Australia and will be sailing out of a variety of ports including Cairns, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle and Singapore. Adopting a more modern approach to cruising, the Pacific Eden boasts a fresh new look as well as stylish décor, more intimate spaces and an incredible new selection of dining options. Measuring 219m in length and with a gross tonnage of 55,820 GT the Pacific Aria can reach a maximum speed of 20 knots, even when at its 1,500 passenger capacity. Offering debut cruises from all around the Australian coast, the Pacific Eden features 14 decks and will visit Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Indonesia, Thailand and Cambodia.
Doing away with traditional cruise dining, gone is the staple of the buffet to be replaced by The Pantry, a new concept in dining. Boasting a fresh food area, the upmarket food court features everything from a delicatessen and elegant Italian options to fish and chips, Pan-Asian cuisine and a variety of Mexican cuisine. There’s also an open kitchen cooking school, cellar door for wine tastings and Luke Mangan’s Salt Grill. Entertainment abounds with The Dome nightclub, live entertainment and comedy shows as well as the Lido deck’s spacious swimming pool. Kids will love the age-appropriate activities of HQ, Shark Shack and Turtle Cove while the adults enjoy a day spa, gym, duty free shopping and adult’s only retreat. The whole family will love the P&OEdge program featuring a zip line across the top deck, laser tag, a climbing course on the funnel, bungee trampolining and more.
|Gross Tonnage||55,820 GT|
|Max Speed||20 knots|
|Crew||580 - 1 crew per 2.5 passengers|
|Passenger Cabins||630 - including 4 wheelchair accessible rooms|