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P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Adventure has successfully completed its recent dry dock in Singapore, undergoing a comprehensive rejuvenation, including the introduction of the captivating new branding “Brings Us All Together.”

Key updates include:

  • Introduction of the exclusive Byron Beach Club Cabanas, offering a premium experience with amenities such as shaded areas, dedicated beverage service, towel service, complimentary water, and a $100 food credit. Each cabana is equipped with a mini-bar fridge, TV, and fan, ensuring an indulgent retreat for up to four guests.
  • New day beds for enhanced passenger comfort on our poolside decks.
  • Installation of a state-of-the-art sound system to elevate the onboard entertainment experience.
  • Upgraded treatment rooms and the inclusion of a new barber’s chair at Elemis at Sea Spa, providing guests with rejuvenating spa experiences and grooming services.
  • Extensive refurbishments, including the replacement of 15,000sqm of carpet, 3,700sqm of turf, repainting of 3,000sqm of walls and ceilings, and updating of 2,000 pieces of furniture, ensuring a fresh and modern ambiance throughout the ship.

“The crew worked extremely hard in dry dock and the end result is a great upgrade to an already fantastic ship,” said P&O Cruises Australia Vice President of Guest Experience Deborah Cogin.

“These improvements underscore our commitment to maintaining our P&O fleet and providing exceptional experiences for our guests. We can’t wait to have guests come on board to see the enhancements for themselves.”

Pacific Adventure is based in Sydney year-round.

For more information about Pacific Adventure and its upcoming voyages, visit