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Pacific Eden cruises for 2018-2019


Ships based in Australia:
Pacific Adventure | Pacific Aria | Pacific Dawn | Pacific Explorer | Pacific Eden | Pacific Jewel

Pacific Eden leaves the P&O fleet after its last sailing 16 March 2019. Eden will sail under the name Vasco da Gama for Cruise and Maritime Voyages. She will be replaced by the larger 2624-guest Golden Princess in 2020, under her new name Pacific Adventure...read more

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Pacific Eden Cruise Calendar

Sold out Available OBC = onboard Credit
Date Route Cruise From $/Day
2018 CRUISES

14

DEC

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Comedy Cruise

Currently sailing

N/A

17

DEC

Pacific Eden cruises

10

NIGHTS

Christmas Cruise E865
Departs: Sydney
UP TO
$200
OBC

$1,549

$155

27

DEC

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Classic Cruise E866
Departs: Sydney
UP TO
$50
OBC

Sold out

N/A

30

DEC

Pacific Eden cruises

9

NIGHTS

New Years Cruise E901
Departs: Sydney
UP TO
$300
OBC

$2,447

$272

2019 CRUISES

8

JAN

Pacific Eden cruises

7

NIGHTS

UP TO
$250
OBC

$1,521

$217

15

JAN

Pacific Eden cruises

4

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$1,149

$287

19

JAN

Pacific Eden cruises

5

NIGHTS

UP TO
$50
OBC

$1,816

$363

24

JAN

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$764

$255

27

JAN

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Classic Cruise E906
Departs: Sydney | Arrives: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$460

$153

2

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Comedy Cruise E908
Departs: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$449

$150

5

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

4

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$607

$152

9

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

7

NIGHTS

UP TO
$250
OBC

$949

$136

16

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Comedy Cruise E911
Departs: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$504

$168

19

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

4

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$804

$201

23

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Food and Wine Cruise E913
Departs: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$529

$176

26

FEB

Pacific Eden cruises

4

NIGHTS

Melbourne Cruise E914
Departs: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$599

$150

2

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

7

NIGHTS

UP TO
$50
OBC

$1,449

$207

9

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

3

NIGHTS

Food and Wine Cruise E916
Departs: Adelaide
UP TO
$100
OBC

$504

$168

12

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

4

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$724

$181

16

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

5

NIGHTS

Cruise E918A Cruise E918A
Departs: Adelaide | Arrives: Fremantle
UP TO
$100
OBC

$684

$137

16

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

18

NIGHTS

Cruise E918N Cruise E918N
Departs: Adelaide | Arrives: Singapore
Popular Cruise!
UP TO
$300
OBC

$2,874

$160

21

MAR

Pacific Eden cruises

13

NIGHTS

Cruise E918B Cruise E918B
Departs: Fremantle | Arrives: Singapore
UP TO
$300
OBC

$2,268

$174

This month's most popular Pacific Eden cruises


1. 18 night Cruise E918N Cruise E918N ex Adelaide on 16 Mar 2019, from $2,874
2. 13 night Cruise E918B Cruise E918B ex Fremantle on 21 Mar 2019, from $2,268
3. 7 night A Taste of Tasmania Cruise E910 ex Adelaide on 9 Feb 2019, from $949
4. 4 night Southern Getaway Cruise E912 ex Adelaide on 19 Feb 2019, from $804
5. 7 night A Taste of Tasmania Cruise E915 ex Adelaide on 2 Mar 2019, from $1,449

Pacific Eden — Ship Review Rating: 3.9 out of 5 based on 432 ratings.

Life aboard Pacific Eden
Pacific Eden leaves the P&O fleet after its last sailing 16 March 2019. Eden will sail under the name Vasco da Gama for Cruise and Maritime Voyages. She will be replaced by the larger 2624-guest Golden Princess in 2020, under her new name Pacific Adventure. Until January 2019 Pacific Eden sails out of Sydney. In February and March the last cruises offered by Pacific Eden depart from Adelaide – short 3 and 4 night cruises, and a few 7-night excursions to Tasmania. Join Eden’s final cruise with P&O in March 2019 will depart from Adelaide and Fremantle to Bali, Malaysia, and finally Singapore. Pacific Eden has been sold to Cruise and Maritime Voyages, for cruising around the UK and the Continent.

In the growing Australian market P&O’s standard of cuisine, restaurants, public spaces and leisure activities maintains its excellence. This is reflected in the latest Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships, which raised the Line’s ratings significantly. On board, P&O offers 60 activities. You’ll appreciate the traditional inside cinema, and the closed roof over the top deck pool. P&O crew, service, food and entertainment receive strong reviews from guests. P&O cruises offer relaxation with a touch of luxury, aimed at middle Australia. Gratuities are included in the fare.

Accommodation
Staterooms come in five categories – Penthouse, Suite with balcony, Balcony, Oceanview and Inside – and 23 price levels (higher decks costing more). Many cabins have a third or even a fourth bed available. All cabins are spacious, with wardrobes, ensuites, and twin beds mostly convertible to queen size. Oceanview rooms have a bathtub and shower; higher categories have a whirlpool bath and shower. Facilities include flat screen TV, fridge, personal safe, AC, telephone, and an interactive video system. The décor is neat and attractive. Outside cabins having a large window (or porthole in the case of a few). Forty interconnecting cabins for families and groups allow quad-quad, twin-quad, triple-triple, and twin-twin bedding.

The Penthouse Suite is lavish with spa baths, separate living and dining areas, large balcony, a powder room (featuring a second toilet), a king bed and floor to ceiling windows. Also receiving the spa bath treatment are the Suite with balcony category. Suites accommodate three or four, and include a range of extras such as Nespresso machine, priority embarking and disembarking, bathrobes and slippers, and a lot of little extras. Note that room-service meals come at extra charge. Many staterooms are modified accessible and wheelchair accessible (6). (Check out whether the deck 10 Suites allow for night-time quietness.) There are no single cabins. Cots are available for children under three years.

Food and Dining
Dining-wise, there are four eateries onboard Pacific Eden dining is where and when you like: “Your Choice Dining” at the main The Waterfront Restaurant or the pool-deck Pantry, a multi-station food court offering a variety of cuisines. Expect big ship banquet catering. The décor is bright and very colourful. Dress up for the formal dinner/s. There are four alternative options. The line has recruited celebrity chef Luke Mangan who has added his touches to the menu in the Salt Grill restaurant, a steak and seafood venue. The other two specialty restaurants serve Italian at Angelo’s and pan-Asian at Dragon Lady. For an exceptional evening make a reservation at Chef’s Table, for a tour of the galley and commentary by the Executive Chef.

Four other dining options start with the al fresco Grill next to the pool for breakfast, lunch and through the evening. Also on the pool deck is The Café, for coffee and muffins and the like. Socialise in the atrium at Charlie’s Bar, along with coffee, cakes and other treats. In addition are daily wine tastings, master classes, and vintage seminars at the Cellar Door. In all, Pacific Eden features 15 bars, restaurants and cafés. Reserve your place for High Tea in the afternoon. Families are well catered for: Children have their own menu changed daily in the Waterfront restaurant, and they can dine early at the Pantry. The crew have a name for friendliness and the food selection is plentiful and varied.

Entertainment
The main attractions are the well-selected (and many new) ports of call. On sea days there will be plenty of activity day and night to keep you entertained. The forward two-deck theatre The Marquee is the venue for production shows and major cabaret acts. There’s an indoor cinema, and a dedicated cooking demonstration room that, in the evening, offers dining along with your own cooking supervised by the ship’s chefs. During the day there are game shows, Bingo, karaoke, and many other activities. In the evening, perhaps after cocktails, there’s the adults-only Sit Down Comedy Club, casino, much live music, and forward on the top deck a lounge with dance floor. The shopping arcade offers fine jewellery, crystal, perfumes and fashion apparel.

P&OEdge is an adventure playground for children to adults, offering up to 19 activities that include high rope swings, laser tag, slack lines, Segway obstacle courses, flying fox lines, funnel climbs and many more designed around the ship’s existing architecture. The lido deck main pool and two hot tubs have a retractable cover, with day beds and abundant flora to provide a luxury residential feel and a great setting for entertainment. The second pool is in the adults-only Oasis retreat. The giant spa complex includes a range of thermal suites, and gymnasium with circuit-training and fitness classes. On the lower promenade deck is a 360 degree jogger track. P&O’s children’s programs cater for ages 3 to 10 years, and late-night child minding (pay extra). HQ and HQ+ are hangouts for 11 to 17 year olds.





































Explore the decks

Pacific Eden deckplans

Pacific Eden deckplan

Cabins on Deck 11 (Aloha Deck)

AA
Suite with balcony
AB
Mini-suite with balcony
BB
Outside with balcony
CC
Outside
J
Inside
  • Sofa bed
  • Two pullman beds
  • Handicapped facilities
  • Four pullman beds
  • One pullman bed
  • Connecting staterooms
  • Sofa and pullman bed

Cabins

Staterooms come in five categories – Penthouse, Suite with balcony, Balcony, Oceanview and Inside – and 23 price levels (higher decks costing more). Many cabins have a third or even a fourth bed available. All cabins are spacious, with wardrobes, ensuites, and twin beds mostly convertible to queen size. Oceanview rooms have a bathtub and shower; higher categories have a whirlpool bath and shower. Facilities include flat screen TV, fridge, personal safe, AC, telephone, and an interactive video system. The décor is neat and attractive. Outside cabins having a large window (or porthole in the case of a few). Forty interconnecting cabins for families and groups allow quad-quad, twin-quad, triple-triple, and twin-twin bedding.

The Penthouse Suite is lavish with spa baths, separate living and dining areas, large balcony, a powder room (featuring a second toilet), a king bed and floor to ceiling windows. Also receiving the spa bath treatment are the Suite with balcony category. Suites accommodate three or four, and include a range of extras such as Nespresso machine, priority embarking and disembarking, bathrobes and slippers, and a lot of little extras. Note that room-service meals come at extra charge. Many staterooms are modified accessible and wheelchair accessible (6). (Check out whether the deck 10 Suites allow for night-time quietness.) There are no single cabins. Cots are available for children under three years.

Decks
Pacific Eden

P&O Cruises Australia

Ship facts

Star rating: Pacific Eden star rating
Maiden voyage: 1993
Number of decks: 9
Tonnage: 55820
Cabins: 630
Passenger capacity: 1260
Number of crew: 580

What's onboard? ▼

  • Atrium social centre
  • Shops duty-free (outside Australia limits)
  • Shore Tours
  • No tipping, AUD on board
  • ANZ Defence Force onboard credit
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • Waterfront Restaurant (with kid’s menus)
  • Dragon Lady (Asian)
  • Angelo’s (Italian)
  • The Pantry (9 choices)
  • Dietary requests (pre-book 60 days)
  • COVER CHARGE DINING
  • Salt Grill by Luke Mangan
  • Chef’s Table
  • Room service menu 24h
  • OTHER DINING
  • The Café
  • The Grill (pay)
  • Cellar Door (wines)
  • Bars & night clubs (7)
  • Bar snacks, drinks
  • New Zealand Natural (pay)
  • Beverage package
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • The Marquee production shows
  • Comedy Club (adults)
  • Live music, nightclub, parties
  • Theme & Cocktail nights
  • Casino, trivia & game shows
  • Indoor Cinema
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pools (2), retractable roof
  • Hot tubs (2)
  • The Oasis adult retreat
  • Wellness seminars
  • Spa
  • Fitness Centre
  • Fitness classes, Bootcamp at Sea
  • Sports training courts
  • P&O Edge 19 activities (pay) (climbing, zipline, Plank)
  • Hosted deck games
  • Deck, board games
  • Jogging track
  • Classes for dance, art & craft, drinks, cooking, wine tasting (some pay)
  • Cooking demonstrations
  • Whisky & wine tasting
  • Bingo, karaoke
  • Ceremonies, weddings, group events organised
  • Photo, video gallery
  • Library
  • UNDER 18
  • Group centres for 2-6, 7-10, 11-14, 15-17 y
  • Group child minding (late night, pay)
  • OTHER
  • Internet, Wi-Fi areas (pay)
  • Mobile (Int’l roaming; pay provider)
  • ATM on board
  • Laundry (self-service & pay)
  • Wheelchair accessible cabins
  • Elevators
  • Medical centre
  • Smoking outdoor areas
  • Power 3-pin 220/240V
  • Daily newsletter
  • Advise dietary, medical, mobility needs at booking

What's included? ▼

  • Gratuities & Service charges for Australia-based ships
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea, milk & hot snacks
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Most activities onboard, gym, some fitness classes
  • Kids clubs & teen programs (2-17 y)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Weddings, ceremonies, group events options
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Pre-arranged dietary requests (60 days notice)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Specialty restaurants & The Grill
  • Room service menu items
  • Some activities and entertainment: P&O Edge, arcade games
  • Casino, bar expenses
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry services
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Childcare night services (3-12 y 10:30pm-1am)
  • Passport, travel documentations, vaccination & visas``
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in taxes, fees, port expenses
  • Itineraries may change due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Cabins may change for operational reasons
  • Credit card 1.5% service fee
  • REMINDERS
  • Check stateroom ‘responsible adult’ requirements when booking
  • Confirm with bank and ship ahead of cruise your credit/debit card intentions
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