P&O Cruises (Australia) Pacific Eden

OCG Class
Mainstream
Pacific Eden
Year Built1992
Year Last Refurbished2015
Capacity1,260 passengers
Decks9
Tonnage55,820
RegistryEngland

Overview

Pacific Eden, formerly sailing as the Statendam for Holland America, will be leaving the P&O Cruises (Australia) fleet in March 2019. The ship has been sold to Cruise & Maritime Voyages, and will become the Vasco de Gama in April 2019.

Pacific Eden Ship Profile & Stats

  • Cruise Line: P&O Cruises (Australia)
  • Ship Type: Cruise Ship
  • Line Class: Mainstream
  • Former Name: Statendam
  • Registry: England
  • Year Built: 1992
  • Year Last Refurbished: 2015
  • Capacity: 1,260 passengers
  • Decks: 9
  • Gross Tonnage: 55,820
  • Length: 719 ft
  • Beam: 101 ft
  • Average Speed: 20 knots
  • Inside Cabins: 128
  • Outside Cabins: 501
  • Nationality of Officers: British, Dutch
  • Nationality of Crew: Filipino, Indonesian
  • Number of Crew: 580

Pacific Eden On-Board Recreation

  • Indoor Pools: 1
  • Outdoor Pools: 2
  • Spa: Yes
  • Casino: Yes

Pacific Eden Dining Choices

  • Waterfront Restaurant
  • Chef's Table
  • Salt Grill

Pacific Eden Entertainment

  • Blue Room: Live music
  • The Marquee
  • Half Moon/Hudson Room
  • Lido Bar
  • The Dome