P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Adventure has emerged from dry dock showcasing its new identity, as the cruise line’s fleet transformation continues.
The latest addition to P&O Australia’s three-ship fleet, Adventure’s new personality includes a sweeping Crux bow livery and a host of exciting onboard features.
With a dedicated team of designers carrying out the dry dock project, additions include a host of diverse dining experiences developed by Australian restaurateur Luke Mangan and Melbourne-based chef Johnny Di Francesco.
P&O’s popular restaurant trio - the Italian fan-favourite Angelo’s, sultry Pan-Asian-inspired Dragon Lady and contemporary Australian dining outlet The Waterfront - were also installed, as was international marketplace The Pantry, offering classic, comforting and modern food outlets.
Adventure’s many public spaces now boast the P&O signature look, with the introduction of vibrant night-time venues the Adventure Hotel and the Blue Room, which feature live music from some of Australia’s leading musicians.
When cruising is approved to resume, Adventure is planned to be homeported in Sydney. P&O Australia President Sture Myrmell said Adventure’s addition to the fleet was a landmark event for the cruise line.