P&O’s Pacific Eden to emerge from dry dock with revamped theatres
The 55,820-tonne vessel has completed a 12-day transformation in Singapore ahead of her highly-anticipated Cairns cruise season.
Pacific Eden’s two-storey Marquee Show Theatre will be given a stylish new look and feel with a black, white and emerald-green colour scheme, custom wallpaper and unique artworks. Alternative venue space The Dome will take on a contemporary nautical theme with dark navy blue and white hues, drapes and soft lighting.
Select suites and balcony cabins will receive new carpets and outdoor furniture whilst the Torquay Theatre, the spa and gym will also be revitalised.
Pacific Eden’s latest updates follow the ship’s extensive three-week refurbishment undertaken alongside sister-ship Pacific Aria in late 2015.
P&O Cruises corporate groups sales manager Rebecca Mutanen said the latest refurbishment provides two modern venues for conference incentive groups based in Queensland.
“The Marquee Show Lounge, The Dome and Torquay Theatre are Pacific Eden’s most popular venues for the MICE market and their new design will provide a welcoming, fresh area for organisations on the North East Coast,” she said.