Ireland Scotland and Wales Cruise
8 nights on Pacific Princess
Ports of Call
Dover | St Helier | Milford Haven (For Wales) | Dublin | Edinburgh | Dover.
- TV for in-cabin entertainment
- Complimentary toiletries
- In cabin safe
- Full breakfast
- Buffet or a la carte lunch menu
- Buffet or 4 course a la carte dinners
- Musical stage shows and entertainment
- Special guest entertainers
- Latest release movies (in cabin and on big screen)
- Choice of Bars and Lounges
- Fully supervised children's programs for ages 3 to 17 years
Amy - Cruise Specialist
"If you plan on spending any down time in your room away from the cruising social scene, book a balcony cabin and take in the ocean views!"
Terms and conditions for this cruise
Please note: All prices featured are AUD per person (unless otherwise stated), and include non commission fares (taxes, fees and port expenses). Prices and availability are subject to change due to changes made by the Cruise Companies. Prices quoted are based on payments made via BPAY or bank transfer. Visa and Mastercard payments incur a 1.5% transaction fee.
Pacific Princess Deck Plans
Ports of Call
Day 1Dover Depart: Sat, Aug 18, 2018 @ 17:00
Day 2St Helier
Arrive: Sun, Aug 19, 2018 @ 08:00
Depart: Sun, Aug 19, 2018 @ 15:00
Day 3Milford Haven (For Wales)
Arrive: Mon, Aug 20, 2018 @ 09:00
Depart: Mon, Aug 20, 2018 @ 18:00
Arrive: Tue, Aug 21, 2018 @ 07:00
Depart: Tue, Aug 21, 2018 @ 18:00
Day 5At Sea
Wed, Aug 22, 2018
Arrive: Thu, Aug 23, 2018 @ 09:00
Depart: Fri, Aug 24, 2018 @ 18:00
Day 8At Sea
Sat, Aug 25, 2018
Day 9Dover Arrive: Sun, Aug 26, 2018 @ 06:00
Pacific Princess Restaurants, Bars & Eateries
Pacific Princess Onboard Entertainment
Pacific Princess is downright intimate in size - accommodating just 670 guests - for an uncommon sense of space onboard. It's an incredible way to enjoy the scenery as well as all the ship's venues. Choose from a variety of elegant dining rooms and specialty restaurants, followed by live entertainment rivaling anything on shore. And you need not miss a single sunset with more than 200 balcony staterooms onboard.
- Vessel: Pacific Princess
- Year: 1999
- Beam: 28.00ft
- Gross Tonnage: 30200
- Onboard Currency: USD
- Refurbished: Jan. 2010
- All Main Meals Included
- Guest Entertainers
- Jogging Track
- Quiet Library
2 passengers have reviewed this ship
Generally it was a fantastic trip in Au. We had a great time. We traveled with our friends and their children. Every body was happy. Although some people were old they enjoyed the trip. Children had a good time enjoying the pools and having fun with other friends. We knew that we would know at least 1 couple on this cruise because we told them about it and they booked too. But then we met so many wonderful. our cruise was very enjoyable and very memorable, the food was fantastic the entertainment was great and the crew were very helpful. I had lots of different trips before. A clean ship built for 700 pax. max. and because of the low number of passengers on board a friendly atmosphere develops and one gets to know the different nationalities and passengers meet on the same tables in the restaurants and get to know one another. The itinerary mentions equator and dateline crossings, which hides the fact of many days at sea and which are not really destinations but at least the King Neptune party breaks up the days at sea. Pitcairn was not a destination but was truthfully advertised as a cruise past and islanders came on board to sell honey, souvenirs and stamps and one could meet relatives of the mutineer Fletcher Christian. But what nearly led to mutiny amongst the passengers was the disaster of not getting off the ship at the mysterious Easter Islands. This led to far too many days at sea between Lima and Papeete (Tahiti). One must assume many bookings on this Pacific Princess world cruise were due to the magic that Easter Island evokes. But it is a fact that only one in four ships can berth due to swell (Source: National Geographic) and had that fact been made available in the Princess literature, then passengers would have been more understanding of the possibility of disappointment. A suggestion would be to nominate an alternative, like Bora Bora to break the many sea days. Those of us craning our necks to see the Moais (stone statues) of Easter Island at the railings on deck 9 also missed the commentary from the bridge, which apparently pointed out the locations and names of the various platforms (Ahus). As compensation the ship steamed around the island. There must have been communication problems with the outside speakers close to the railings. And to add salt to the wounds we all missed out on the Tapati Rapa Nui festival, which lasts for 14 days on the island at the beginning of February when we were there. If one does not mind non-working air-conditioning and older busses, then independent travel can make the excursion costs drop by half compared to what Princess charges and shuttle busses from Princess from the ship sometimes drop passengers off nowhere near tourist bureaus, where further excursions can be booked. The entertainment on Pacific Princess was commendable, the library well-stocked, the staff courteous and helpful, cooking and dancing classes, trivia challenges, films, lectures by experts, like the talk about the Concorde by a retired Concorde pilot Captain Les Evans filled the sea days. Every interest is catered for and Christian and Jewish mass is conducted. The food was simply overwhelming in its variety, especially during Sunday brunch at sea. Prepared by internationally well-known chefs the food included all known sea foods plus escargot, pheasant, etc. and international themes ensured every nationality did not have to miss out on their favourite foods. The patisserie section with its specialities like Sacher Torte and Linzer Torte was just too tempting.Read more
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