P&O’s newest and largest ship, Pacific Adventure, is set to join the fleet in October 2020 and will be cruising out of Sydney. In true P&O style, Pacific Adventure is ‘like no place on Earth’ and backs that up with a host of new features. Answering the challenge of more bars, pubs and clubs onboard than ever before, P&O will introduce From Vineyard To Ship aboard Pacific Adventure cruises. This is the ultimate drawcard for wine lovers, with a bespoke wine list comprised almost exclusively of Australian and New Zealand wines. While arrival is still a way off (oh the anticipation!) Pacific Adventure 2020 cruise itineraries include a 13-night Kiwi Adventure, 14-night Fiji Explorer and 11-night New Guinea Island Encounter. Pacific Adventure will also offer a 3-night comedy cruise and 4-night voyage to Moreton Island, and the ship’s Christmas and New Year’s Eve cruises will take you to the wonderful South Pacific. Read through our guide to what you can look forward to on Pacific Adventure cruises, below.

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Pacific Adventure Onboard Experiences

Dining and bars

Like P&O’s other popular cruise ships, Pacific Adventure offers dining at included restaurants as well as up-market specialty restaurants, for which there is an extra fee. Included dining favourites such as Angelos, Dragon Lady, Waterfront Restaurant – the main dining room for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and the food-court-style Pantry are featured. Salt Grill by Luke Mangan, a big drawcard on Pacific Dawn and Pacific Aria, will also be offered on Pacific Adventure. A hot tip is to book a table as soon as you board. Other specialty dining on Pacific Adventure includes the a la carte restaurant Shell & Bones, 400 Gradi, A Taste of Salt and the Chef’s Table experience. New bars to enjoy include Adventure Hotel, Blue Room, Ocean Bar, Oasis, Casino and more. Pacific Adventure will take the appreciation of local wines to a new level, offering interactive experiences as part of From Vineyard To Ship.


True to its name, this ship offers plenty of adventure. Onboard there are seven hot tubs, four swimming pools, P&O Edge Adventure Park and sports training courts. Once you’ve had your fill of high-energy outdoor activity: you can try something different. P&O Adventure gives you the opportunity to get involved in dance classes; art and craft classes; cooking demonstrations; cocktail-, martini- and coffee-making classes; spirit and wine tasting; hosted deck games; wellness seminars and more.

Kids and families

Pacific Adventure cruises are family-friendly getaways, with loads of fun activities for all ages such as nightly movies on the huge outdoor movie screen, as well as four age-specific Kids’ Clubs. Turtle Cove is the welcoming kids’ club for 2- to 5-year-olds, while Shark Shack is exclusively for children aged from 6 to 9. HQ is where the tweens aged 10 to 13 can hang out and HQ+ is where teenagers from 14 to 17 years of age can spend time with other teens. Pacific Adventure offers an evening childminding service, has special rooms designed just for families, and also has plenty of child-friendly dining options.

Fitness and wellbeing

You’ll have every opportunity to look after your body, mind and spirit during your cruise aboard Pacific Adventure. Drop into the Fitness Centre, where professional staff will be on hand to help you with anything you need. If you prefer to work out in a class environment, your choices include yoga, pilates, boot camp at sea or indoor cycling. All that exertion needs a little reward, of course, and what better way to treat yourself than with some pampering at Pacific Adventure’s Elemis Spa. Indulge in a massage, beauty treatment, acupuncture, reflexology, body scrub or choose something else from the spa’s long list of luxury services.

Shows and nightlife

Pacific Adventure has a whole lot of entertainment planned for its upcoming cruises. You’ll be treated to live productions in the Marquee show lounge, live music, stand-up comedy, theme nights and parties, big screen cinema on the pool deck and much more.

Services and accessibility

P&O makes every effort to accommodate passengers with impairments and disabilities, and offers wheelchair accessible rooms on all P&O Cruises as well as specialised kits for hearing-impaired guests, subject to availability. Please consult your Flight Centre Cruise Expert for more information regarding accessibility on Pacific Adventure cruises.

Cabin information

On Pacific Adventure there are a good number of room configurations, with something to suit every guest or group. Families of all sizes and styles are catered for, with 2-bedroom suites, suites, mini-suites and interconnecting rooms conveniently located throughout the ship. The full range of rooms includes the Suite with balcony, Mini-suite with balcony, Balcony room, Oceanview room, Interior room, Interconnecting rooms, 5+ berth family rooms and 8-berth family rooms. If you choose a Suite, there are some perks which come with the room, such as a free laundry and ironing service; priority dining, spar and shore tour reservations; priority ship embarkation, tender and debarkation; and a spacious private balcony.

P&O will also be introducing the Byron Beach Club aboard Pacific Adventure, which is a private ‘beach club’ open to guests who’ve booked into the ship’s suites and selected mini-suites. This exclusive-access retreat offers a private outdoor pool, whirlpool spas, expansive sea views and comfy seating situated on the top deck of the ship. You’re sure to feel pampered if you’re relaxing up here.

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