P&O’s Adventure emerges from dry dock

The major addition to the ship is her new Byron Beach Club Cabana.

P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Adventure has unveiled new dry dock upgrades, with key improvements including the introduction of the exclusive Byron Beach Club Cabanas.

Adventure’s comprehensive Singapore renewal sees it now offer a premium experience with amenities such as shaded areas, dedicated beverage service, towel service, complimentary water, and a $100 food credit.

Each Byron Beach Club Cabana is equipped with a mini-bar fridge, TV, and fan, ensuring an indulgent retreat for up to four guests.

Adventure also has new day beds for enhanced passenger comfort on her poolside decks, while a state-of-the-art sound system has been installed to elevate the onboard entertainment experience.

There are also upgraded treatment rooms, and the inclusion of a new barber’s chair at Elemis at Sea Spa, providing guests with rejuvenating spa and grooming services.

“The crew worked extremely hard in dry dock and the end result is a great upgrade to an already fantastic ship,” Vice President Guest Experience Deborah Cogin said.

“These improvements underscore our commitment to maintaining our P&O fleet and providing exceptional experiences for our guests.

“We can’t wait to have guests come on board to see the enhancements for themselves.”

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