POPacific Dawnwaterslide

first_imgP&OPacific Dawnwaterslide Guests can slip and slide during their voyage on P&O ship Pacific Dawn, which now features the wildest and longest waterslides on an Australian cruise ship.The two new slides, both around 80 metres long, form the centrepiece of a massive refurbishment of the Brisbane-based superliner, which has taken place over two weeks in Singapore.One slide is transparent so that spectators can watch guests shoot through its twists and turns, while the other slide is multi-coloured, with music pumping through it to give guests a high impact ride to the bottom.Other additions include a waterpark and P&O’s first virtual reality activity at sea from Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia.New look Pacific Dawn sails into BrisbaneAs part of the refurbishment, the 2000-guest Pacific Dawn has also become the first in the fleet to wear the cruise line’s striking new livery featuring the Southern Cross.In the teenage clubs, HQ and HQ+, the entertainment showcases the new virtual reality experience, featuring a range of popular Sony PS4 titles, including Tearaway Unfolded, Gravity Rush 2 and Ratchet & Clank.Pacific Dawn’s guests can now also enjoy a range of other new features on the ship including The Pantry, an international market place of nine fresh food outlets that replaces the traditional ship buffet.The refit comes at the start of P&O’s biggest year of Queensland cruising, with two ships sailing from Brisbane year round. Between them, Pacific Dawn and Pacific Aria will offer a record 108 cruises to holidaymakers this year, up from 98 cruises in 2016.Images: James Morgan Photographylast_img

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