P&O’s newest ship, the Pacific Encounter has officially joined the fleet.
The ship is currently in Singapore undergoing refurbishment and will have the capacity for 2,600 passengers across 12 decks.
Pacific Encounter is currently in ‘wet dock’ where she has already taken on her new P&O persona. She’s now sporting her P&O Cruises branding on her funnels as well as the line’s signature southern cross and name on her bow.
Over the coming weeks, her interiors will be refreshed to P&O’s all-Australian theme.
Pacific Encounter and Pacific Adventure join Pacific Explorer to comprise the P&O fleet offering Australian and New Zealand guests the best in contemporary cruising with features that make P&O such a distinctive brand.
“Pacific Encounter’s official entry to the fleet is a very exciting moment for P&O Cruises Australia and reflects our growing optimism and confidence in a bright future for Australia’s homegrown cruise line,” said Sture Myrmell, President of P&O Cruises Australia.
“This is also an opportunity for us to again thank the many P&O guests who have remained so loyal to the brand during such a challenging period.”
For more updates on her refurbishment, click here.