Full Walkthrough tour of the P&O cruise ship Pacific Pearl

a late night walk through of the pacific pearl from all levels (except cabin levels bar 1) give you a idea of the layout of the boat and what to expect


jayda rua says:

i going on this cruise on 7 march 1 sooo exited 1 week away now and is thier a shower limet like how long u can be in the shower for .?

mjsph8 says:

Thanks for the very recent tour of this cruise ship, very overwhelming to say the least but also awe inspiring, I am thinking of booking myself and 3 others on a cruise and you have confirmed for me the luxury of cruising (lol) once again I appreciate your recording of this and hope in the near future that me and my family will enjoy an experience of a lifetime – Cheers

Lois August says:

iv been on the pacific pearl 2

Bruce Willis says:

We have just returned from a cruise to Fiji on this ship.
It was our first cruise experience and I would highly recommend it.
A few things that we thought were!
The ship is impressive in it’s size and amenities. There are several very nice lounges although overall it does need a makeover But, it is BIG. This means a lot of walking and stair climbing involved which is not that easy as the ship is always moving (even in calm seas)…..and faulty lifts
Having a cabin lower is definitely better as it has far less movement.( Everyone told us this)
Ours was Deck 5 inside and quite spacious. But there were a lot of creaks and groans and being lower we could constantly hear load bangs which we were told was the ship hitting things like logs and cargo containers????
The basic food and entertainment options were good although a lot of the day shows were Suzanne Paul type sales presentations and they do tempt you with lots of extra charge options which can add up to a big surprise when settling your bill. With meals we learn’t to go either early or late as the two restaurants do get busy with the Plantation Buffet becoming a bit push and shuff with kids and rough weather. In the main Waterford there is no such thing as a ‘Table for two” as all the tables are so close. There are two other extra charge restaurants.
Deck space is limited and everywhere there is noise, especially loud music in most areas from early morning.
Internet use is very expensive.
It was a great experience which we found interesting, friendly, and great value.
Fiji was interesting and our first taste of the Pacific Islands. Suva was an interesting place but not quite the introduction to the “Beautiful Island Nation of Fiji’ that we expected.
We will definitely do another cruise but would proberly look at a the new Pacific Aria which is being marketed as more adult and upmarket.

jayda rua says:

i mean the 7 on may it was soooo fun i just got back

European Confidence says:

Everyone is sleeping and so should you haha. Anyway thanks for the video, I wouldn’t have known what the inside of Pacific Pearl is like otherwise.

Eric Ferreira says:

Originally built by Sitmar as the Fair Majesty – and acquired by Princess and named Star Princess- this ship was beautifil and sophisticated. Appropriately, her godmother was Audrey Hepburn. Unfortunately not much of that remains as ships positioned in Australia seem to bcome more like booze cruise barges with junk added like ugly metal circus show beams on top and horrible bright green astro turf where teak previously was placed.

john mcnelley says:

Internet access on board cruising at sea is a very iffy thing indeed. Satellite internet is very expensive and very unreliable. Been on the Dawn and the Aria … but no fault of those ships, its just Satellite internet … its hopeless.

All Things Everything says:

Cant wait to go on the cruise im going on the pasific jewel for my 21st this time next year going to be lit!

Kath McKendrick says:

Hi we are booked on Pacific Pearl for Fiji cruise in March….Are you please able to tell me most reliable and cost effective way to get Interne access on board and in ports of call as will need to have family contact. It’s a few years since we’ve been on a cruise so any advice would be appreciated. Cheers.

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