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5 Night South Pacific
Pacific Eden
P&O Cruises Australia
Pacific Eden
P&O Cruises Australia
5 Night South Pacific
Departing from Melbourne, Australia on Monday, 12 March 2018

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Cruise Line: P&O Cruises Australia
Ship: Pacific Eden
Departure Port: Melbourne, Australia
Sailing Date: Monday, 12 March 2018
Ports of Call: Melbourne, Australia | Hobart, Tasmania, Australia | Port Arthur, Australia | Burnie, Tasmania

*Ports of call visited are dependent on the selected itinerary and may NOT include all ports listed.

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The Pacific Ocean has more than eleven million square miles of ocean dotted with islands, some no larger than a suburban back yard.

The names themselves conjure up images of times past, great voyages of discovery and pitched battles, now etched in history - Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, New Caledonia, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Samoa - they all have a charm and allure which has attracted explorers, adventurers and fortune seekers since the dawn of time.

Thirteen island nations, with a total population of just over 6 million people offer so much to see and do. Going on a cruise to the rich and diverse South Pacific will let you experience the enchanting islands and beautiful people that for hundreds of years stirred the mind and excited the imagination.

Date Location Arrival Departure
Monday, 12 March 2018 MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA CHECK IN STARTS AT 1200P Guests are required to register check in times online via cruisecontrol -- 04:00 PM
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 AT SEA -- --
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 HOBART, TASMANIA 08:00 AM 11:00 PM
Thursday, 15 March 2018 PORT ARTHUR, AUSTRALIA Tender Required W / C Access May Be Limited 08:00 AM 05:00 PM
Friday, 16 March 2018 BURNIE, TASMANIA 10:00 AM 05:30 PM
Saturday, 17 March 2018 MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA 08:00 AM --

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Melbourne, Australia
Australia's "Garden City" rejoices in its greenery, from the Fitzroy Gardens to the magnificent Royal Botanical Gardens. Hiding behind the sky-scrapers along the Yarra River are the graceful 19th-century mansions of the city's Gold Rush years. Sample one of the sixty different international cuisines, which make Melbourne the food capital of Australia.
Day Date Arrival Departure Next Port
1 Mon, 12 Mar 2018 -- 04:00 PM Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
6 Sat, 17 Mar 2018 08:00 AM -- --
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Located on the island of Tasmania and Australia's second-oldest city, Hobart is famous for its Georgian buildings, picturesque harbor, and fine galleries and gardens. Nearby are the ghostly ruins of Port Arthur, the infamous penal colony, with its Isle of the Dead cemetery. Or, visit one of the perfectly preserved colonial villages nearby.
Day Date Arrival Departure Next Port
3 Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:00 AM 11:59 PM Port Arthur, Australia
Port Arthur, Australia
Day Date Arrival Departure Next Port
4 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:00 AM 05:00 PM Burnie, Tasmania
Burnie, Tasmania
Declared a city in 1988, this major deepwater port has an interesting past of ups and downs. Originally established in 1827 as a town to provide service to local farm areas, it remained small until tin was discovered in the 1880s. This lead up to the laying of the Emu Bay Railway which linked Burnie to the west coast mining towns of Zeehan and Rosebery. The mining eventually slowed down, but the town of Burnie continued on with the building of a major paper mil in 1938, which has scaled back its operations since then.
Day Date Arrival Departure Next Port
5 Fri, 16 Mar 2018 10:00 AM 05:30 PM Melbourne, Australia

Note: Cruise itineraries are subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruise line directly.

Ship Facts
  • Passengers: 1,500
  • Length: 219 m/719 ft
  • Tonnage: 55, 820
  • Guest decks: 9
  • Maximum speed: 20 knots
  • UK Registration

Overview

Escape to Pacific Eden. Live large in a luxury penthouse suite, dig in with sixteen dining experiences or take a dip in the top deck pool - it's open no matter the weather thanks to a climate controlled retractable roof. Pacific Eden is our floating oasis.

BLUE ROOM
Head to the Blue Room for live music all day (and all night) long. With everything from Blues to RnB, jazz and funk, this isn't your typical cruise music. It's the perfect venue for a nightcap after one of our brand new production shows or themed parties.

OASIS
Arguably P&O's best idea yet, we've revamped the adults-only Oasis with hanging chairs, cushioned cabanas and of course, the stunning ship's wake.

CHEF'S TABLE
The best seat in the house has had an upgrade. With plush, luxurious furnishings and an exclusive, private setting, this is the Chef's Table experience guests know and love, only better.

TOP DECK POOLS
Enjoy the climate controlled haven of the top deck pool. With understated decor and high end furnishings in a relaxed setting, the design brings the indoors, outdoors. And the retractable roof lets you relax during the day or enjoy live music and cocktails in the evening, no matter the weather.

SPA
At our onboard day spa you can relax your muscles, relieve your tension and clear your mind. And we're not just talking facials and massages. Reflexology, acupuncture, men's treatments, even teeth whitening are all on the menu.

SALT GRILL BY LUKE MANGAN
Sure to be a highlight of your holiday and Australia's first celebrity chef restaurant at sea, Salt grill by Luke Mangan is a truly unforgettable dining experience, and on Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, it's even better.

THE DOME
Let our resident DJs help you dance the night away. They know just how to get the party started so make sure you wear the right shoes to burn a hole in the dance floor.

Please note that the staterooms shown below are samples only. Actual cabin decor, details and layout may vary by stateroom category and type.

Balcony (Railing Balcony) Balcony (Railing Balcony)
Category code(s): 
BB
BC
BD
BE
Description: Private balcony with outdoor furniture. Private ensuite, shower only. Flat screen TV, Telephone. Wardrobe, desk with chair. Safety deposit box. Air-conditioning with personal controls.


Interior Interior
Category code(s): 
IA
IB
IC
ID
IE
IF
Description: Private ensuite, shower only, Flat screen TV, Telephone, Wardrobe, desk with chair, Safety deposit box, Air-conditioning with personal controls


Oceanview Oceanview
Category code(s): 
OA
OB
OC
OD
OE
OF
OG
OI
Description: A window or porthole. Private ensuite, shower only. Flat screen TV, Telephon. Wardrobe, desk with chair. Safety deposit box. Air-conditioning with personal controls.


Oceanview (Some Accessible) Oceanview (Some Accessible)
Category code(s): 
OH
Description: Accessible rooms include wider doorways (to accommodate a wheelchair), no thresholds into the bathroom and more handrails around the bathroom. Wheelchair accessible rooms are twin only.


Oceanview w/ Porthole. (Some Accessible) Oceanview w/ Porthole. (Some Accessible)
Category code(s): 
OP
Description: Porthole. Accessible rooms include wider doorways (to accommodate a wheelchair), no thresholds into the bathroom and more handrails around the bathroom. Wheelchair accessible rooms are twin only.


Oceanview (Obstructed View) Oceanview (Obstructed View)
Category code(s): 
OV
Description: Obstructed View, Private ensuite, shower only, Flat screen TV, Telephone, Wardrobe, desk with chair, Safety deposit box, Air-conditioning with personal controls.


Penthouse Suite Penthouse Suite
Category code(s): 
PS
Description: Description: Features a large spa bath, spacious sitting area, separate dining area, private balcony with outdoor furniture, floor to ceiling windows, hairdryer, fluffy white towels, fridge, wardrobe, personally controlled air conditioning, phone and flat screen TV.


Suite Suite
Category code(s): 
SA
Description: Offering the high life on the high seas with a balcony, separate sitting area, priority embarkation, complimentary laundry service, a Nespresso coffee machine, and iPod music system.


Deck Twelve

Deck Twelve

Stateroom Symbol Legend


Cabin with porthole
Cabins smaller than approximate size noted
Third berth available
Fixed queen-bed, cannot be converted to twin beds.
Two berth (T-grade: one lower, one upper berth)
Cabin does not have a bathtub
Third or fourth berth available (limited in AA and AB grades)
 

P&O Cruises Australia

P&O Cruises Australia


P&O Cruises Australia is the region''s largest and longest-serving cruise operator, and leads the way in cruising as Australasia''s only ''home brand'' and its favourite cruise line.

We have been sailing the region for more than 80 years, and have pioneered new destinations around Australia, the Pacific and Asia including Papua New Guinea, as reported in the New York'' 52 top destinations for 2015.

P&O Cruises is the nation''s largest cruise line with five ships cruising from eight home ports in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. In November 2015 Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden were added to the three-ship fleet and in 2017 P&O Cruises will welcome its latest ship - the Pacific Explorer. A new ship, the first purpose built ship for the Australian and New Zealand market, will be launched in 2019 and will be the biggest cruise ship ever to be based fulltime in Australia.

The continued evolution of P&O Cruises heralds a new era, as reflected in its new brand repositioning - P&O Cruises, Like no Place on Earth.


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