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Passengers
2,636

Crew
1,100

Passenger to Crew
2.40:1

Launched
2020

Shore Excursions
198
Sails To
South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand
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Pacific Adventure Overview

When Princess Cruises' Golden Princess is relaunched as Pacific Adventure in October 2020, it will have undergone a major overhaul to ensure it caters to P&O Cruises' Australian clientele.

P&O's biggest-ever Australian ship will feature family-friendly five-berth cabins -- a first for the cruise line -- with other family-friendly features including 135m-long dual racing waterslides and a P&O Edge Adventure Park including a flying fox, 'Walk the Plank' and rock-climbing wall.

Adults-only fun is also on offer for guests staying in the vessel's suites and selected mini-suites, who will have exclusive access to the exclusive Byron Beach Club private 'beach club'. The top-deck retreat features a private outdoor pool, whirlpool spas and sun loungers, all with sea views.

Dining

On the food front, a range of dining experiences will be available from award-winning chefs as well as the P&O signature restaurants including Waterfront, Dragon Lady, The Pantry and Angelo's.

Speciality restaurants will include Luke Mangan's Salt Grill and 400 Gradi, overseen by award-winning Melbourne-based pizza chef Johnny Di Francesco, who won the Best Pizza in the World Award at the Pizza World Championship in 2014.

If you get peckish beside the pool, you can use the Big Red Phone pizza delivery hotline to order pizza straight to your poolside lounge.

Cabins

Pacific Adventure offers an expanded range of cabin options including 560 balcony rooms, 230 suites and mini-suites and the fleet's first five-berth family cabins.

Top-Deck Attractions

The top deck will feature 135m-long dual racing waterslides and a P&O Edge Adventure Park including a flying fox, 'Walk the Plank' and rock-climbing wall.

Entertainment

There will be plenty of entertainment to keep you occupied, with a Blue Room live music venue playing blues, soul and R&B.

Itineraries

The grand class ship's first voyages include a 13-night Kiwi Adventure, 14-night Fiji Explorer and 11-night New Guinea Island Encounter itinerary. Pacific Adventure will also offer a three-night comedy cruise and four-night voyage to Moreton Island. The ship's Christmas and New Year's Eve cruises will visit the South Pacific.

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Sydney (Australia), Moreton Island, Sydney (Australia)

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Pacific Adventure departs from Sydney, Singapore and Brisbane

How much does it cost to go on Pacific Adventure?

Cruises on Pacific Adventure start from A$247 per person.

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Pacific Dawn
4.0 / 5.0
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Brisbane-based ship, refurbished in March 2017, has a new kids' waterplay area, two water slides, P&O Edge Adventure Park, The Pantry food court and The Dome nightclub.

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3.5 / 5.0
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Pacific Aria
4.0 / 5.0
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P&O set out to reinvent Australian cruising with Pacific Aria; it's got a swishy pool deck, 15 dining options and a multitude of bars.

Pacific Explorer
4.0 / 5.0
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P&O Australia's Pacific Explorer carries 2,000 passengers and sports a contemporary design, a cabaret-style supper club and a water park with waterslides.

Pacific Eden
4.0 / 5.0
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Refurbished with contemporary décor, this 1,260-passenger ship has the child-free Oasis, complimentary specialty restaurants, nine bars, theme parties and adventure park.

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