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P&O CRUISES AUSTRALIA

        P&O Cruises Australia is a division of the British P&O Cruises. Launched in 2000, the fleet consists of ships transferred from Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises and Carnival Cruise Lines. As the Australian cruise market is growing rapidly, bigger ships such as Pacific Dawn and Pacific Jewel were introduced. Changes were made to the ships so that they become more Aussie-friendly.

        The ships sail on cruises featuring various ports in the South Pacific. The most common departure ports are Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Fremantle. Longer voyages, such as round-Australian cruises and cruises to Asia, are also organized regularly.


Ship(s) in Operation

 

Ship

Pacific Jewel

Pacific Dawn

Entered Service

1990 July

1991 August

Builder

Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A., Monfalcone, Gorizia (Italy)

Original Cost

US$276.8 million

Registry

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Gross Tonnage

70285 tons

70310 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

245.6 x 32.3 x 8.2 (m), 805.6 x 105.8 x 26.9 (ft)

Speed

20 knots, 22.5 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

11

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

834 (206, 430, 198)

798 (178, 436, 184)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1668 / 1915

1596 / 2020

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

42.14 / 36.70

44.05 / 34.81

Total Crew

730, International

730, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.28 / 2.62

2.19 / 2.77

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

8521220, MPRZ

8521232, 2AGH7

Sister Ships

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History

1990-1990: unnamed (Sitmar Cruises)
     [planned but never operated]
1990-2002: Crown Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
2002-2004: A'Rosa Blu (A'Rosa Cruises)
2004-2007: AIDAblu <I> (AIDA Kreuzfahrten)
2007-2009: Ocean Village Two (Ocean Village)
2009- : Pacific Jewel (P&O Cruises Australia)

1991-1991: unnamed (Sitmar Cruises)
     [planned but never operated]
1991-2007: Regal Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
2007- : Pacific Dawn (P&O Cruises Australia)

 

Ship

Pacific Pearl

Entered Service

1989 March

Builder

Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire (France)

Original Cost

US$200 million

Registry

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Gross Tonnage

63786 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

247.0 x 32.2 x 8.2 (m), 810.2 x 105.6 x 26.9 (ft)

Speed

21.5 knots

Passenger Decks

11

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

770 (173, 533, 64)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1540 / 1817

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

41.42 / 35.11

Total Crew

712, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.16 / 2.55

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

8611398, GRFP

Sister Ships

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History

1989-1989: Sitmar FairMajesty (Sitmar Cruises) [planned but never operated]
1989-1997: Star Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
1997-2003: Arcadia <III> (P&O Cruises)
2003-2010: Ocean Village (Ocean Village)
2010- : Pacific Pearl (P&O Cruises Australia)

 

Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

Pacific Sun

Entered Service

1986 July

Builder

Kockums Varv, Malmö (Sweden)

Original Cost

US$134 million

Registry

Valletta, Malta

Gross Tonnage

47678 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

223.4 x 28.2 x 7.5 (m), 732.8 x 92.4 x 24.6 (ft)

Speed

21 knots

Passenger Decks

9

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

740 (296, 434, 10)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1480 / 1960

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

32.21 / 24.33

Total Crew

680, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.18 / 2.88

Navigation Officers

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

8314122, 9HA2479

Sister Ships

Grand Celebration (Ibero Cruceros)

History

1986-2004: Jubilee (Carnival Cruise Lines)
2004-2012: Pacific Sun (P&O Cruises Australia)
2012- : Henna (HNA Tourism)

 

Ship

Pacific Star

Pacific Sky

Entered Service

1982 January

1984 May

Builder

Aalborg Vaerft, Aalborg (Denmark)

Constructions Industrielles de la Méditerranée,
La Seyne-sur-Mer (France)

Original Cost

US$100 million

US$156 million

Registry

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Gross Tonnage

35190 tons

46392 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

204.8 x 26.5 x 7.1 (m), 671.7 x 86.8 x 23.3 (ft)

240.4 x 27.8 x 8.2 (m), 788.5 x 91.3 x 26.7 (ft)

Speed

21 knots

18 knots

Passenger Decks

8

10

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

498 (172, 314, 12)

600 (215, 375, 10)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

996 / 1350

1200 / 1550

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

35.33 / 26.07

38.66 / 29.93

Total Crew

550, International

600, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.81 / 2.45

2.00 / 2.58

Navigation Officers

British

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

7915096, MKRB6

8024026, GYYP

Sister Ships

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History

1981-2000: Tropicale (Carnival Cruise Lines)
2000-2005: Costa Tropicale (Costa Cruises)
2005-2008: Pacific Star (P&O Cruises Australia)
2008-2012: Ocean Dream (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2012- : Ocean Dream (Peace Boat)

1984-1988: Fairsky (Sitmar Cruises)
1988-2000: Sky Princess (Princess Cruises)
2000-2006: Pacific Sky (P&O Cruises Australia)
2006-2009: Sky Wonder (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2009-2010: Atlantic Star (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2010-2013: [laid up]
2013: sold for scrap in Aliağa, Turkey

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