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Pacific Aria ~ Cruise Review
Pacific Aria is seen at anchor of Kiriwina Island PNG on Monday November 20, 2017
Earlier this year, my friend and I did a 14-Day
This is a new and updated cruise review, covering the ship; it services all the venues, entertainment and so much more. You will find that I have rated the ship as I have done with most ships for countless years. However I am happy to say that the Pacific Aria certainly rates very highly, that I will be happy to sail on her again and again!
Young villagers seen at the Special “Madang Festival”
This the Cruise Review it self contains Two
Pages and it will cover the ships interiors and exteriors, as well as her
accommodations, a Deck Plan, however there is a great deal regarding services
on board, as well as the excellent dinning facilities, etc! This is followed by
three pages entitled “The
The popular Blue Room the perfect venue for great Music, and entertainment!
Thankfully I was able to obtain the same
suite (#10058) as I need a “Special Needs” Bathroom. It has a large
shower complete with a fold down seat, and there is a fold down armrest beside
the WC, ideal for those who have mobility problems, such as myself
being confined to a scooter. All other suites and balcony cabins have a
Spa-bath, having rather high sides.
Thankfully I was able to obtain the same suite (#10058) as I need a “Special Needs” Bathroom. It has a large shower complete with a fold down seat, and there is a fold down armrest beside the WC, ideal for those who have mobility problems, such as myself being confined to a scooter. All other suites and balcony cabins have a Spa-bath, having rather high sides.
The Pacific Aria and her identical sister the Pacific Eden are without a doubt P&O’s finest and most intimate ships, and I know for a fact, that the has the highest satisfaction rating in the entire P&O fleet when I sailed on her last February! And remember that, I would not be sailing on her if she was not up to my high standards, considering we had been sailing mostly with Holland America Line and Princess Cruises etc!
Two Pages covering our 10-Day Cruise & Ship Review
Links are on each page to the Three Page PNG Feature
Please Note: All exterior photographs of the ship and ports visited are by Hun-Eng Tan, my friend and carer. These days, I no longer leave the ship in any port, and thus I enjoy shipboard life on all cruises, regardless the length of the voyage! Interiors are mostly by the author, whilst some photographs may be by P&O or persons noted.
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