Pacific Dawn Cruises Review

Pacific Dawn Cruises Review

The P&O Pacific Dawn cruise ship was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano. Everything about the Pacific Dawn is a dreamy example of elegance and tasteful design. With a capacity of over 2500, the Pacific Dawn offers a great range of accommodations such as balcony cabins and state rooms.



The Pacific Dawn offers a magnificent range of recreational and entertainment options. With a minimum of 60 activities available daily, the Pacific Dawn really does offer a diverse range of fun opportunities. A ‘Pacific Daily’ newsletter is delivered to your room daily and features the itinerary planned for the next day, giving you great opportunity to pick and plan the best activity options for your trip.

P&O Cruises offer a minimum of 9 bars on board and the Pacific Dawn features a fantastic emphasis on nightly entertainment. With live music, productions, a casino and art gallery; you are sure to enjoy a fun filled voyage on board the beautiful Pacific Dawn.


The most celebrated dining institution on board the Pacific Dawn has got to be the Salt Grill that is ran by celebrity chef Luke Mangan. Often described and reviewed as an unforgettable experience by customers and critics. Luke is demonstrates his knowledge, flair and creativity and has even been invited to cook for Tom Jones and Bill Clinton. Lunch is available for $39 and dinner costs just $49.

Other dining options include a steak and seafood grill, an Asian banquet and a buffet restaurant.

Other facilities on board P&O Pacific Dawn Cruises:

  • Kids – Children’s clubs, activities and events are available daily.
  • Leisure & Recreation – Shops, art gallery, bars, show lounges, big screen, deck games, excursion office
  • Health & Fitness – Aerobics, medical centre, spa, gym, jogging track, massage spa, deck sports, swimming pool, lido pool, sauna.

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