The fore-located Navigation Bridge and the adjacent Captain’s Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible for passengers.
Thermal Suites are accessible via Sun Deck 14 only. The facility is part of the ship’s Spa complex.
With starboard location is the “Salt Grill” specialty restaurant by celebrity chef Luke Mangan. Reservations are required, surcharges PP apply, and the venue is closed on port days.
“The Cafe” bar (portside) serves the Lido pools area with light snacks and drinks.
At the “Aqua Hut” (portside) guests can hire snorkeling equipment for the P&O shore tours. The Aqua Hut offers “Tabata” snorkeling gear available for purchasing.
The Pacific Jewel ship’s pool area has 2 rectangular swimming pools with 2 whirlpools and a shaded stage (for live performances) in between. The pools area is served by the Lido Pool Bar (drinks), The Grill (fast food & BBQ fare /complimentary during the day, but charges apply after 5pm) and the Ice Cream Bar (“New Zealand Natural” ice cream, offering also the P&O Cruises Australia line’s “Choc Hokey Pokey” flavour /charges apply). In the evenings, the pool deck hosts open-air deck parties.
The “Luna” restaurant is an Asian-cusine specialty dining venue (cover charges PP aplly). In the Luna’s menu are Japanese and Thai specialties.
The “Plantation Restaurant” is a lido buffet restaurant for casual dining. Dining times vary (sea / port days): breakfast (6:30-11am / 6-11am), lunch (11:30am-2:30pm / 11:30am-3pm), dinner (5-9pm).
In 2015, the Plantation buffet restaurant will be refitted into “The Pantry” – the P&O Australia ships’ new marketplace dining concept. The Pantry complex includes the following food corners and bars: Fish & Chips bar (named Hook’s), Curry House (toppings/salads bar), Mexicana Bar (Latin cuisine), “BBQ carvery (named Fat Cow), deli sandwitches bar (named Kettle & Bun), The Grill (burger bar), Asian stir-fried food station (named Stix), dessert bar (named Sugar Bar). The beverages bar sells wine by the glass, beer and specialty coffees (barista-made).