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Sydney Finally Greets Pacific Explorer

3 minutes read • June 21st, 2017
Australia, are you ready for a new page in your cruise history? It has just been opened because


finally greeted

Pacific Explorer

that made her debut for P&O Cruises earlier this week!
Photo courtesy of

P&O Cruises Australia

A new member of the P&O Cruises fleet underwent significant renovations during a 12-day dry dock in Singapore. The former Dawn Princess that previously was operated by Princess Cruises was converted into the Pacific Explorer as a result of a multi-million dollar project.

Pacific Explorer got two 80 meters long waterslides (the longest ones on the ships based in Australia), as well as the cruise line’s 1st water park at sea. Lobster & Burger bar, the Waterfront restaurant, Angelo’s, The Pantry, Luke’s, The Bonded Store, P&OEdge Adventure Park, the Big Screen, and many other exciting onboard amenities added a signature P&O’s atmosphere of comfort, relaxation, and uncontainable happiness!
Photo courtesy of P&O Cruises Australia

Photo courtesy of P&O Cruises Australia​

Photo courtesy of P&O Cruises Australia

Pacific Explorer designed specifically for the Australian market is ready to take 1,998 guests on her breathtaking sailings to Noumea, Lifou, Mystery Island, Isle of Pines, Mooloolaba, Moreton Island, Port Douglas, Brisbane, and other welcoming ports.

Pacific Explorer is scheduled to depart on her maiden voyage under the P&O Cruises Australia flag on June 22, 2017! Are you booked on this sailing? Please, share your experience and pictures of this cruise liner in the comments! We can’t wait to see her!

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