Pacific Jewel 

Well earned R & R on Pacific Jewel
Sweat it out in the gym and sauna, relax with a massage or treat yourself to a beauty treatment – it’s all here.
Culinary adventures onboard Pacific Jewel
Whatever your appetite calls for, Pacific Jewel has any number of offerings to suit.
Shopaholic? Buy onboard Pacific Jewel!
From diamonds and watches to souvenirs, swimwear and sweets, Pacific Jewel’s onboard shopping has it all.
Get to know your Pacific Jewel
Get acquainted with your home away from home before you cruise - from the dining and nightlife options, to the kids’ clubs and day spa.
Onboard Pacific Jewel

Well earned R & R on Pacific Jewel

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aqua health spa fitness is the perfect spot to unwind, de-stress and make the most of your holiday onboard Pacific Jewel. Grab a massage or visit the sauna for panoramic sea views. There’s also steam and meditation rooms, as well as a relaxation room.

Culinary adventures onboard Pacific Jewel

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Pacific Jewel’s main dining room, Waterfront Restaurant is open breakfast, lunch and dinner. Try Salt grill by Luke Mangan for a world class dining experience or perhaps an 8-course meal in La Luna. If you’re after something relaxed, head to Plantation buffet.

Shopaholic? Buy onboard Pacific Jewel!

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For shopping onboard you’ll find the basics and so much more. There’s professional jeweller, as well as a perfumist to give you great advice on scents, skincare and beauty. There are also duty free bargains, as well as P&O Cruises’ logo shop for some great souvenirs.

Get to know your Pacific Jewel

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Welcome to Pacific Jewel. Dine at specialty restaurants Salt grill by Luke Mangan and La Luna, and sample cocktails in her bars. Enjoy the outdoor circus and big screen, shop in duty free stores and discover adults-only gems like The Oasis and the Sit Down Comedy Club.

Onboard Pacific Jewel

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Pacific Jewel

Offering cruises from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle and one from Singapore, Pacific Jewel offers guests the perfect combination of entertainment, relaxation and now adrenalin, with the introduction of P&OEdge*, the world's largest adventure park at sea.

Guests can now see Pacific Jewel like they've never seen her before with the range of adventure activities available. Zip line across top deck, climb the aft funnel, fly around the atrium or re-enact the famous Titanic moment at the bow of the ship. But if relaxation is more your thing head Aqua HealthSpaFitness* for a rejuvenating massage in an oceanview treatment room or pull up a deck chair and admire the view in our child-free haven The Oasis.

Pacific Jewel offers entertainment galore including recent release movies and sporting matches on the Big Screen, circus performances in the atrium and on the outdoor circus arena and production shows in the Marquee Theatre. There's also nine bars, pubs and nightclubs to choose from including MIX Cocktail Bar, English-style pub The Orient, Players Bar and Casino and The Dome which is open late for dancing each night.

Once you've worked up an appetite there are seven outstanding restaurants and cafes to dine in. From cutting edge cuisine in Salt grill by Luke Mangan* and Asian-fusion banquets in Luna* to a la carte dining in Waterfront Restaurant and buffet dining in Plantation Restaurant there's truly something for everyone. There's also The Grill offering classic Aussie favourites like bacon and egg brekkie sandwiches, pies and hamburgers.

* Charges apply.

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Contacting the Ship 

Calling from Australia:

Telephone: 0011 1 321 837 6305 or 00 11 1 321 837 6306 

Calling from New Zealand:

Telephone: 00 870 76 48 42 686

Calling Pacific Jewel can be expensive and coverage is subject to satellite signal availability. Please contact your long-distance service provider for rates prior to calling.


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1950 passengers
11 decks
Max Speed:
22.5 knots

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