Pacific Eden deck 7 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Eden deck 7

  • Promenade Deck layout starts with “The Marquee” theater – 2-decks high, big-capacity lounge with stage for large-scale show productions in the evenings. Entertaunment options here include music & dance shows by the theater’s staff, and magic and comedy acts by guest entertainers. During the day, the Marquee theatre hosts Jackpot bingo games and trivia quizzes.
  • The Atrium’s Lobby level has the Eden ship’s Reception Desk (guest services, assistance, information), Shore Tours Desk (P&O Australia shore excursions booking and cruise tours information) and the “Onboard Cruise Sales” Office (discount booking of P&O Pacific Eden cruise deals while on the ship).
  • With portside location is the “Photo Gallery” displaying photos made by the ship’s photographers and selling duty-free equipment and accessories.
  • “Cellar Door” is a boutique winery with a large selection of Australian wines. Cellar Door offers daily wine tastings and classes, and premium wines available for purchasing and pre-ordering for dinner.
  • “Cinema & Open Kitchen” is a big-capacity indoor cinema combined with a culinary school – demonstration kitchens for daily cookery shows and culinary classes.
  • There are 2 Meeting Rooms used for conferences, lectures and presentations, and also as cards playing rooms.
  • 12 service boats (4 tenders, 6 lifeboats, and 2 rescue boats)
  • Located aft is the “Waterfront Restaurant” – a stylishly furnitured open-seating dining room. “Waterfront” is one of all three dining rooms on the Pacific Eden ship. Each dining room is operated with a la carte (“Your Choice Dining”) menus for breakfast and lunch, and a 4-course dinner menu. Tables seat from 2 to 10 guests. Dining times vary (sea / port days): Breakfast (7:30-9:30am / 7-9am), Lunch (12-2pm), and Dinner (5:30-9:30pm). The Waterfront Restaurant is connected via t sets of stairs with the Asian and Italian themed dining rooms aft on the above Deck 8.