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18 Night South Pacific Cruise from Adelaide

18 Night South Pacific Cruise from Adelaide

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Adelaide
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Albany (Australia)
  • Day 5
    Busselton
  • Day 6
    Perth (Fremantle)
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Bali
  • Day 11
    Bali
  • Day 12
    Cruising
  • Day 13
    Cruising
  • Day 14
    Kelang (Kuala Lumpur)
  • Day 15
    Penang
  • Day 16
    Langkawi
  • Day 17
    Phuket
  • Day 18
    Cruising
  • Day 19
    Singapore

Pacific Eden

Pacific Eden - P&O Cruises Australia

Pros

Excellent fee-free specialty dining and upmarket bars with great live entertainment

Cons

The ship is more than two decades old, so you might experience hardware issues

Bottom Line

A fun, affordable and enjoyable ship in stylish surrounds


Cruise Reviews

7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
Having travelled on Norwegian, RCL and Holland America in the past 4 years, we did a trip within a trip and went on the Melbourne Cup cruise - a 6 day cruise from Sydney to Melbourne, 3 days in port there, and back. Having read some ... Read More
Having travelled on Norwegian, RCL and Holland America in the past 4 years, we did a trip within a trip and went on the Melbourne Cup cruise - a 6 day cruise from Sydney to Melbourne, 3 days in port there, and back. Having read some horrible reviews, I have to tell you first off that our toilets did not clog, the AC/heat (we needed both) worked, and basic needs were met. The restaurants were fine, not as many lux ingredients, ie no smoked salmon, but good on the whole. We ate at both Angelos and Dragon Lady as well as Waterfront and the Pantry. The oceanview cabin had a comfortable bed but a very distressing bathtub, the highest I have encountered in a long time, making getting in and out of the shower dangerous and difficult, especially with a little ocean movement. Who needs it? The security getting on in Melbourne was ridiculous. Knee replacements set off the machine each time, and I was thoroughly wanded as well as everything put through xray each and every time. No other line has been so anal. And what is with the boarded up gates at the Melbourne dock making it necessary to walk from the bow of the ship all the way to the back to go through a gate, then back the full length of the ship to get to the port opening? Then on the third day, the boarded up gates are opened, so you can get right on and off without walking 2 ship lengths. Take pity on us who have difficulty and pain walking, when there is a shortcut. There was never anyone in charge in this area, just people doing what they were told to do and nothing more. I was not disappointed in the cruise; the views of Sydney Harbor coming and going was worth a lot. But a little more attention to detail and someone in charge with common sense would have helped. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
We flew from Brisbane to Sydney to take this cruise. We wanted to see the Isle of Pines in particular. The first day out of Sydney the captain announced engine trouble - one propellor shaft was not working. He further announced that the ... Read More
We flew from Brisbane to Sydney to take this cruise. We wanted to see the Isle of Pines in particular. The first day out of Sydney the captain announced engine trouble - one propellor shaft was not working. He further announced that the ship would miss two of its four ports - and that meant no Isle of Pines. The shipped limped along at half speed or less until we got to Noumea. The ship was due into Sydney at 0700 on Friday 19th Oct. We had a flight booked to leave at 3pm - plenty of time one would think. The first day out of Noumea the captain advised everyone with onward journeys to change their plans to flight leaving no earlier than 7 pm. We were compensated by reimbursing us 2 days of the cost of the cruise. That was the bad part. The good part was the entertainment - those guys and gals are brilliant - starting with Spencer Chester the piano man. He is the best entertainer and gets the crowd singing and rocking. See more at: https://www.facebook.com/officialspencerchester/ An unexpected delight was The Highly Strung Rock and Roll Orchestra. This talented quartet features two classically trained violinists, a rock guitarist and a young singer and flute player. They are high energy, fun and engaging. We loved them. See more at: https://www.facebook.com/highlystrungrockandrollorchestra/ Congratulations t0 Pablo, the cruise director and the whole team for keeping us busy and happy for so many slow cruising days. We found the food good. Here are some tips. Order two entrees or two mains as the portion sizes in the restaurants are small. We liked Angelo's - Italian and Dragon Lady - Modern Asian. We highly recommended eating breakfast in the dining room. The Greek poached eggs with smashed avocado and feta yoghurt dressing was superb. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
We had chosen to sail on the Eden for the sheer reason it fell within Children school holidays and general work commitments...you could almost say the stars aligned. So the anticipation of the trip was electric and traveling to Isles of ... Read More
We had chosen to sail on the Eden for the sheer reason it fell within Children school holidays and general work commitments...you could almost say the stars aligned. So the anticipation of the trip was electric and traveling to Isles of Pine and other islands was going to be the highlight for the family. We were told early on that the there was mechanical problems which was going to cut 2 islands out of our trip the 2 better islands which absolutely ruined the entire holiday along with terrible air conditioning through out various parts of the ship as well as our cabin. Further more due to the mechanical issue we were on the water for almost 5 days, which meant 2 days more than expected on the ship that we did not expect and stuck doing the same over and over, but what is disappointing the most is that I and many other passengers believed that the problem was apparent prior to our embarkation which is down right deceitful. I will be investigating. Who knows when we will get an opportunity to travel again to those islands. Read Less
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