Where is the P&O Pacific Jewel now?

New Zealand
As the Pacific Jewel is currently based in New Zealand, the majority of the passengers were from New Zealand.

Has the Pacific Jewel been sold?

P&O Australia announced today it had sold the Pacific Jewel; a buyer was not named and the 70,285-ton ship will leave the fleet in early 2019. “A jewel by name and nature,” said President Sture Myrmell.

Which cruises have P&O Cancelled?

We are sorry to announce that cruises on Arcadia, Aurora, Azura and Ventura have been cancelled until the end of August 2021 and on Britannia and Iona until late September 2021. We have extended our pause in response to the current restrictions on international travel.

How many passengers are on the Pacific Jewel?

Specifications of Pacific Jewel

Passengers 1674 – 2009
Crew 621
Passengers-to-space ratio 35
Decks 12
Cabins 837

Is food free in Jalesh cruise?

Answer: No, as it has been already mentioned that only accommodation and basic food is included with the package. Anything extra like spa, drinks or any other activities will be charged extra.

Where are P and O ships?

Dover: Three P&O Cruises ships, Aurora, Arcadia and Oceana, are currently docked in Dover. Greenock, Glasgow: This small port is currently home to Scottish line Hebridean Islands Cruises’ Hebridean Princess.

Is Jalesh sold?

As it began its final voyage to a scrapyard in Gujarat’s Alang in November 2020, the Zee Group sold the brand name under which the ship was operated – Jalesh Cruises – to Cordelia Cruises, the company newly set up by Chatwal.

What is the cost of Jalesh cruise?

Price. Jalesh Cruise costs Rs. 40,000 onwards for two people to cruise between Mumbai to Goa and not the return journey.

Are 2021 cruises being Cancelled?

On December 9, Cunard pushed those dates to and including May 28, 2021 for Queen Mary 2; and June 4, 2021 for Queen Elizabeth. On December 2, the three brands within Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings — Norwegian, Oceania and Regent Seven Seas — released new cancellations.

What size was the Titanic?

882.75 feet
Length overall: 882.75 feet. Breadth: 92.5 feet. Depth: 59.6 feet. Tonnage: Gross 46,329, Net 21,831.

Can I go to India by ship?

Major cruise lines offering cruises to India include Crystal, Costa, Cunard, P&O Cruises, Celebrity and Holland America. Cruises calling at Indian ports are also available through several luxury, boutique and small-ship lines, including Silversea, Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas and Windstar.

When does Pacific Jewel sail for the last time?

Those wanting to say goodbye can sail on her final P&O cruise on February 24th 2019, but for now let’s have a look at her colourful past. Pacific Jewel was originally built for Sitmar Cruises by the Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri. Sitmar was the former owner of the popular Fairstar sailing out of Sydney.

When did the Pacific Jewel cruise ship leave Melbourne?

Launched in 1990 as Crown Princess, MS Karnika cruise ship was part of P&O Australia’s fleet (as “Pacific Jewel”) between 2009-2019. In 2019, the liner left the PandO fleet, with its final cruise departing from Melbourne on February 24.

How many cabins are on the Pacific Jewel?

Pacific Jewel deck plan view at Cruisedeckplans showing the newest deck plan layouts, public venues and stateroom pictures and our own deck plan pdf (printable version). Pacific Jewel cruise ship deck plan has 837 staterooms for 2009 passengers served by 621 crew. There are 12 passenger decks, 6 with cabins.

Which is the sister ship of Pacific Jewel?

The 1950-passenger ship Pacific Jewel used to be part of the German-based AIDA Cruises and the now-defunct Ocean Village Holidays company, before joining P&O Australia fleet in 2009. The “dolphin-like” ship was designed by Italian Renzo Piano. Jewel’s sister ship is Pacific Dawn.