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"My husband and I have just returned home from a 5 night cruise to Tasmania on the Pacific Eden. This is my very objective review of our experience. I apologise as it is quite lengthy as I wanted to be thorough!..."Read More
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Jools1969

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

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Some highlights but food and service a let down

Review for Pacific Aria to South Pacific

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Claireoncruise

2-5 Cruises

Age 30s

We went on this cruise as a large family group, 13 people across 4 cabins, as the dates and length of cruise suited everyone. I have been on the P&O Eden once and the Carnival Legend (twice) before. Highlights of the Aria - kids club, both turtle cove and shark shack, the staff were terrific and the events they held across the ship were great fun. The Edge, lasertag and zip line, we had ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: Singapore

Traveled with children

2 Helpful Votes


Great service on an average cruise

Review for Pacific Aria to South Pacific

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Caszie87

First Time Cruiser

Age 30s

We chose this cruise because we were looking for a getaway from the kids for a week, and to see Tasmania. We stayed in Melbourne for 2 days prior to leaving. The weather was nice until it was time for us to sail. It became rough with gale force winds. We left port over 12 hours late. Then the first day at sea was very rough. Almost half the ship out with sea sickness. Embarking was easy, as ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: Singapore

2 Helpful Votes


Great Staff, food very average

Review for Pacific Aria to South Pacific

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Dusty999

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

My daughter had been on Carnival and Princess Cruises. She wanted us all to go on one together. A lovely ship with the majority of staff that were just so friendly. Room decor a bit dated and the windows had obviously seen many days at sea so they looked dirty although they weren't. Very spacious, a/c worked great. It was the last voyage from Brisbane as it will remain in Melbourne for a bit of ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Traveled with children

2 Helpful Votes


Nothing good about tit!

Review for Pacific Jewel to South Pacific

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Mary Faith

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

Full of complaints about the 'Jewel' which appeared to be no more just a Tasman 'shuttle'. Some parts had been 'refurbished' - still smelled of paint and carpet glue - fumes pervaded our cabin and gave us headaches. Unsuitable pattern - black and white. The white will very soon show marks! There was no 'ART" - I missed this - and the art auctions. The unrefurbished parts (most of the ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Departure Port: Singapore

10 Helpful Votes


Ordinary

Review for Pacific Aria to South Pacific

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HollygirlPNG

2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

Chose this ship as going to PNG with friends. Most staff were very friendly and helpful however difficult to understand at times - especially announcements from the bridge. Food was very average - some dishes inedible. Bland. The scrambled eggs were like slop. Fruit had bad spots. If you wanted better quality food you had to pay. Salt Grill restaurant was outstanding but had to pay. Breakfast at ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Departure Port: Port Canaveral (Orlando)

4 Helpful Votes


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