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Best Cruises on Pacific Eden 2016

Pacific Eden has a very busy schedule in 2016. The ship will sail out of Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle, Cairns and Singapore as it travels around Australia.

The refurbished Pacific Eden was launched late last year and with its sister ship, Aria, brings a new standard to Australian cruising. The buffet is gone – replaced by modern food stations offering guests a plethora of choice, including a range of healthy options. For travellers who prefer specialty restaurants, Luke Mangan’s Salt grill offers a modern, fine-dining experience.

1. Depart Melbourne on March 15 for four nights with a stop at Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, Australia’s third-largest island, is seven times bigger than Singapore and four times the size of Hong Kong. Visitors to the island often comment on its rugged isolation and stunning natural beauty. Options for visitors include natural wonders like Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch (for its fur seal colony) or a koala-spotting excursion.


2. Depart Fremantle on April 14 for eight nights with stops in Geraldton, Broome and Exmouth

The West Australian coast is almost without equal in terms of natural beauty. It is rugged, totally isolated and often untouched. On this trip you will visit Geraldton, Exmouth (home of whale sharks) and Broome, which is famous for its brilliant Cable Beach sunsets. When you explore Broome you will learn about Australia’s pearling history – and there are plenty of stores where you can buy beautiful local pearls.


3. Depart Fremantle on June 7 for 12 nights with stops at Komodo Island, Ujung Pandang, Lombok, Probolinggo and Benoa

This trip is perfect for people who want to explore Indonesia but still enjoy all the comforts of a world-class cruise ship. The itinerary has six sea days and five day-trip stops in Indonesian ports. Experience the surprising contrasts between the simple village life on Komodo Island, the epic surf of Lombok and the hustle-and-bustle of Bali.


4. Depart Singapore on August 27 for 13 nights with stops in Benoa, Ujung Pandang, Komodo Island, Dili, Darwin, Cooktown and Cairns

The fun starts in Singapore, a haven for shopaholics and food-lovers alike. Pacific Eden then sails to Bali before stopping in Dili in East Timor. The waterfront area of Dili is where most of the action happens, especially in the Av. de Portugal area. Another highlight of this trip is your stop at Cooktown – one of the few large towns in the Cape York Peninsula.


5. Depart Sydney on December 28 for 12 nights with stops in Luganville, Champagne Bay, Vila, Mystery Island, Lifou and Noumea

Celebrations don’t get any bigger than New Year’s Eve on Pacific Eden. This recently renovated ship is a gourmand’s delight and a music-lover’s dream. The combination of good food and great music should ensure that New Year’s Eve goes off with a blast – and you get to recuperate in the warmth of the South Pacific.

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