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P&O Cruises Coronavirus update

P&O Cruises' entire fleet (all UK- and Australia-based liners) is with an expanded cancellation policy. All bookings on pre-scheduled itineraries (departures in the period March 14 through August 31, 2020) were given the option to cancel up to 48 hours (prior departure) without penalties. All affected bookings received a 125% refund in FCC (future cruise credit) transferred to a booking made before December 31, 2021. With the FCCs customers can also pay for cabin upgrades or book a second stateroom (on existing bookings). FCCs can be also gifted or transferred (options offered through December 31, 2021).

P&O UK cancelled all voyages departing between March 14, 2020, and late-June 2021. P&O UK planned to resume operations in early-February 2021 (Caribbean fly-cruises from Bridgetown Barbados and Castries St Lucia) and in mid-March 2021 (roundtrips out of Southampton England). P&O UK's World Cruises 2021 (ships Arcadia and Aurora) were both cancelled. Next are listed P&O UK's ships and their first departure dates - Azura (Sept 2), Ventura (Sept 5), Britannia (Sept 25), Aurora (Oct 2), Arcadia (Oct 9), Iona (Sept 25/Maiden Voyage). P&O UK's Caribbean winter 2020-2021 fly-cruise program from Barbados (ships Britannia and Azura) was cancelled. In early-March 2021 P&O UK announced major itinerary changes with only Britain coastal mini-cruises and 7-day roundtrips from Southampton.

P&O Australia cancelled all departures between March 14, 2020, and September 17, 2021. P&O Australia resumes operations in 2021 with the ships Pacific Pacific Explorer (Sept 20), Pacific Encounter (October 2), Adventure (Oct 4).

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Due to the Coronavirus crisis, P&O Cruises' entire fleet (all UK- and Australia-based liners) is with an expanded cancellation policy. All bookings on pre-scheduled itineraries (departures in the period March 14 through August 31, 2020) were given the option to cancel up to 48 hours (prior departure) without penalties. All affected bookings received a 125% refund in FCC (future cruise credit) transferred to a booking made before December 31, 2021, or 100% monetary refund. With the FCCs customers can also pay for cabin upgrades or book a second stateroom (on existing bookings). FCCs can be also gifted or transferred (options offered through December 31, 2021).

P&O UK cancelled all voyages departing between March 14, 2020, and late-June 2021. P&O UK planned to resume operations in early-February 2021 (Caribbean fly-cruises from Bridgetown Barbados and Castries St Lucia) and in mid-March 2021 (roundtrips out of Southampton England). P&O UK's World Cruises 2021 (ships Arcadia and Aurora) were both cancelled. Next are listed P&O UK's ships and their first departure dates - Azura (Sept 2), Ventura (Sept 5), Britannia (Sept 25), Aurora (Oct 2), Arcadia (Oct 9), Iona (Sept 25/Maiden Voyage). P&O UK's Caribbean winter 2020-2021 fly-cruise program from Barbados (ships Britannia and Azura) was cancelled. In early-March 2021 P&O UK announced major itinerary changes with only Britain coastal mini-cruises and 7-day roundtrips from Southampton.

P&O Australia cancelled all departures between March 14, 2020, and September 17, 2021. P&O Australia resumes operations in 2021 with the ships Pacific Pacific Explorer (Sept 20), Pacific Encounter (October 2), Adventure (Oct 4).

Citing the Coronavirus crisis' impact, in early-July 2020, P&O Cruises (Carnival UK) sold the ship Oceana. A total of 190 scheduled itineraries (departures from homeports Southampton UK and Dubai UAE) were cancelled.

This is CruiseMapper's hub for both companies - P&O UK and P&O Australia. Both P and O cruise lines belong to the world's largest cruise shipping company. P&O cruise lines deals are mainly on voyages departing from Southampton UK and Sydney NSW Australia. Both P&O companies are subsidiaries/part of the Carnival Group of companies - all of which are fully owned by Carnival Corporation & PLC. P&O UK is under the management of Carnival UK. And there is a 3rd "PandO" company (not part of Carnival plc) - the UK-based P&O Ferries.

Company history

P&O Cruises UK (website) is a British-American cruise shipping line company headquartered at Carnival House, (Southampton, England) and operated by Carnival UK. P and O was originally constituent of “Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company”- world's oldest cruise line, which in the 19th century operated the world's first-ever passenger ships. The sister-company P&O Australia's current President is Sture Myrmell. P&O UK's (as well as Carnival UK's) current president is Paul Ludlow.

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In 2000 P and O Cruises was excluded from P&O Group, becoming the subsidiary "P&O Princess Cruises". In 2003, P&O Princess merged with Carnival, forming Carnival Corporation & plc. P&O holds as market share 5% of the worldwide cruise industry.

Both companies (P&O Cruises Australia and P&O Cruises UK) were created in 1977, re-branding P and O's passenger division. Arcadia was fleet's first adults-only liner, followed by Adonia (now Azamara Pursuit), Oriana and Aurora (April 2000).

P&O UK ships Arcadia and Aurora are currently marketed as adult-only. In August 2017, Azura became world's first cruise ship performing gay weddings at sea. P&O UK's wedding package prices started from GBP 1200. For comparison, Cunard’s shipboard weddings cost from GBP 2570 (RMS Queen Mary 2) and from GBP 2120 (Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth). On MS Azura, gay wedding ceremonies are carried out by the ship’s Captain, while marriage licenses are issued by Bermuda's Government (as the vessel is registered in Hamilton Bermuda).

In June 2018, P&O UK announced that Oriana leaves the fleet in August 2019. The liner (now named Piano Land) was sold to the Chinese company Well Star Travel Cruise (brand of CTS-China Travel Services International). The Chinese company plans short cruises from Chinese homeports to ports in Japan and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Indonesia).

Since May 1, 2019, P&O Cruises UK's Daily Service Charge per person (GBP 7) is no longer required. Crew tipping remains not expected or required.

New ships

In June 2011 was announced that P&O UK will expand the fleet with a new 141,000-ton unit built by Fincantieri. The new vessel (MV Britannia) entered service in 2015. In January 2014, with Britannia was introduced a new livery based on UK's Union Flag.

P&O Cruises ships livery

On September 6, 2016, P&O UK (via Carnival Corporation) signed an MoA with Meyer Werft (Papenburg Shipyard) for building a new (company's largest) 5200-passenger vessel. In late-October 2016, P&O announced that the new ship (Iona) will have some of the largest at sea outdoor areas, glass-domed top deck, glass-walled atrium (full height) and wider and longer (approx 2600 ft / 800 m) Promenade Deck allowing multiple al-fresco dining (open-air) venues. Iona was delivered in 2020 and inaugurated in 2021. The sistership Arvia is planned for inauguration in December 2022.

P&O Cruises Britannia cruise ship

One of the many ships on order, the new P&O UK vessel has passenger capacity 5200, gross tonnage 180,000 tons and was described as "the most ambitious and largest ship ever build for Britain”. The (still unnamed) vessel has 17 eateries (including 7 specialty restaurants / Britannia has just 3), 12 bars, 13 entertainment venues, 4 swimming pools, 16 whirlpools. The top-deck Dome is an entertainment space, with a swimming pool, large whirlpools, retractable stage. This is an all-weather venue for daily entertainment and dining and nightly shows (aerial performance and light projections onto the covering glass roof).

P&O UK's newest ship is also LNG-powered (by liquefied natural gas), and its name will be chosen via an online held competition. Two similar-design ships (180,000 tons) will be delivered to Carnival Cruise Line's fleet in 2020 and 2022. On January 26, 2018, Carnival Corporation signed a shipbuilding contract with Meyer Werft for building a 2nd (180,000 GT) vessel for the P&O brand. The 2nd ship's delivery was scheduled for 2022. As of 2018, Carnival Corp’s fleet of newbuilds (on order and under construction) was 19 vessels, with scheduled deliveries 2018-2022.

In January 2016, Carnival Corporation signed an MoA (memo of agreement) with Fincantieri to build 4 new units. Contracts were finalized in April 2016. Of these, 2 vessels were for Costa Asia (homeported in China), 1 for Princess and 1 for P&O Australia. With this shipbuilding order, the Corporation had a total of 17 new ships scheduled for deliveries between 2016 and 2020. The four vessels will be built at Fincantieri's shipyards in Monfalcone and Marghera, with scheduled deliveries in 2019-2020.

Three of the vessels are designed with gross tonnage 133,500 tons, LOA length is 323 m (1060 ft) and capacity 4000 passengers plus 1450 crew (2 are for Costa Asia, 1 for P&O AU). One ship with GT 143,700 tons and capacity 3560 passengers is for Princess. Both Costa ships are exclusively for the booming Chinese market. Each vessel is powered by two MAN diesel engines (model 14V48 / 60CR) plus three MAN diesel engines (medium-speed, model 8L48 / 60CR), providing total power output 62,400 kW. The engines are Tier-II compliant.

P and O Cruises Australia

P&O Cruises Australia – British-American line which corporate headquarters are also at Carnival House, Southampton, England. P&O Australia is a sister company of P&O UK. Both are under Carnival UK executive control. Currently, P&O Australia operates 5 ships operating on South Pacific Island itineraries with mainly roundtrip departures from ports in New Zealand and Australia.

After numerous changes in the company’s organization, in 2000 P&O Group de-merged all cruise ship operations. Then, P&O Princess Cruises was created- a new company independent of P&O; consisting of AIDA Cruises, Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises Australia, P&O Cruises, and later Ocean Village and A-Rosa Cruises. In 2003, Carnival Corporation merged with P&O Princess Cruises thus forming Carnival Corporation & plc- the largest cruise company in the world, with eleven cruise lines portfolio, including P&O AU. Official website pocruises.com.aunofollow.

The oldest ship of Princess Cruises- Regal Princess, was translocated to P&O Australia in October 2007. After a month of refurbishment, the vessel entered service as Pacific Dawn.

Carnival Corporation informed about the closure of Ocean Village (UK-based brand) on October 30, 2008. Both Ocean Village ships were transferred to P&O Australia - Ocean Village 2 (as Pacific Jewel, December 2009) and Ocean Village 1 (as Pacific Pearl, December 2010).

P&O ships sail on 270+ itineraries each year (with 120+ of them departing from Southampton), and visiting 90+ countries on 6 continents.

Pacific Pearl was renamed to MV Columbus and started in 2017 operations for CMV (Cruise Maritime Voyages). Pacific Pearl left the fleet in April 2017, after completing 294 cruises for P&O and carrying 1+ million passengers over 5 years. In November 2019, for Pacific Aria (now Aegean Goddess) and Pacific Dawn (now Satoshi) were signed presale agreements with CMV and both ships were planned to start operations for the UK-based company in 2021 as "CMV Amy Johnson" (Pacific Dawn) and "CMV Ida Pfeiffer" (Pacific Aria). In September-October 2020, following CMV's bankruptcy, both vessels were acquired by new shipowners.

P&O Cruises Australia ships

On November 25, 2015: P&O AU's entire fleet (all 5 liners) gathered in Sydney Harbour to celebrate the arrival of the fleetmates Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden.

 

In June 2018, P&O Australia launched with Pacific Explorer "The Big Laugh" onboard show program - advertised as "the biggest comedy festival at sea". The program included all 14 stand-up comedy celebrities performing a total of 36 shipboard live shows (combined over 33 hours live performances). The program started with the 4-day roundtrip Sydney cruise to Moreton Island (departure June 20).

Among the guest comedians were Jimeoin (Irish), Matthew Matt Okine (AU), David Gerard Callan (Australian), Scared Weird Little Guys (Australian comedy music duo - John Fleming and Rusty Berther), David William "Hughesy" Hughes (AU), Harley Breen (AU), Claire Hooper (AU). "The Big Laugh" program comprised of all 72 comedy-themed cruises in 2018-2019. The famous Australian comedians performed during 2-, 3- and 4-night itineraries ("SeaBreaks") leaving roundtrip out of Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Cairns, Auckland NZ.

In 2019, P&O AU scheduled the ever largest "comedy cruise" program in the company's history - 38 itineraries (January through October). On March 7, 2018, was announced that Pacific Eden is sold to the UK-based company CMV, joining CMV's fleet in April 2019.

P&O Cruise Personaliser

PandO Cruise Personaliser is an online service that allows passengers to update their before-sailing information and see in a concise form all their booking details. P&O Personaliser is NOT mandatory to complete but may be of great help in cases of emergency for the company to contact family members, relatives, friends.

To log in, you'll need to input your first and surname, and cruise reference number. It is received as part of your reservation confirmation (up to 120 days prior to departure, not available for 18-yo) or upon booking (up to 1 year). The same number serves all people included in the booking. On the Web page, there's information about cruise itinerary, stateroom (category and number), boarding times, contact info (including emergency contacts), passport data, medical and dietary requirements (if requested).

PO Cruise Insurance is optional. If purchased, the Insurance policy type is also shown (Standard or higher), package deal type, all kinds of pre-made reservations (shore excursions, Air, Spa), credit card number, luggage tags, etc.

  • Dining /medical requests can't be entered online - they must be specified in the manual form.
  • The accessible information about changes and updates pertains ONLY to a phone number, address, passport, emergency contacts.
  • You can't book a cruise through P&O Cruise Personaliser - booking requires full payment and immigration details.
  • Through the Personaliser you can make online reservations (shore excursions, tours, Spa, hairdresser, specialty restaurants), to update special requests and onboard preferences, or to add some additional services (babysitting, amenities, etc).
  • Itinerary changes are also listed in the Cruise Personaliser form, along with other important updates.
  • Immediately call P&O if you have forgotten or lost your booking number. Call between 7 am – 8 pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time - Monday to Friday) and Saturday (8 am - 5 pm) - phone number 1300-159-454.

PO Cruise Personaliser is accessed by both travel agents and passengers. With personal bookings (through a travel agent or P&O Reservations Centre) passengers receive reference numbers (after confirmation). On a particular booking, each passenger can access the Personaliser using the booking reference number and first name-surname. If you're not the booking person, contact the one who did it for obtaining booking reference. After log-in, note that all passengers' names in the booking party are displayed under the same reference number.

IMPORTANT - Each of the same-booking passengers is able to access the info about you and the other, i.e. you can update and provide information of all other passengers in your booking, and they can change your information. If you wish so, you could provide P&O with other passengers' personal information. Another case is when they are minors (younger than 18 years old). Then you must be a parent or legal guardian.

After providing P&O cruise company with the personal data needed on the Personaliser (and also with additional info if asked for more details), this database is used for updating pre-cruise information.

Certain information is sometimes required under maritime-customs-immigration-security laws. Personaliser info may be disclosed to P&O Cruises service providers (ticketing companies, travel, and port agents, authorities, emergency response providers, immigration, airlines, customs, shore tour operators, related entities) for Carnival Corporation's business purposes. Certain information is collected because of customs or immigration laws requirements. If you refuse to provide the information requested in the Personaliser, they may not be able to process the booking or provide certain services during the voyage.

Itinerary of P&O Cruises

P&O Cruises ships sail on mostly round-trip itineraries leaving from UK (Southampton, April through October), Caribbean (from Barbados, during winter) and from Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane - year-round departures). While most PandO UK ships remain in Europe year-round, the line's largest vessels also sail in the Caribbean (out of Barbados) and offer longer world cruise itineraries.

Citing the Coronavirus crisis' impact on the passenger shipping industry, in early-July 2020, P&O UK sold the cruise ship Oceana. A total of 190 scheduled itineraries (departures from homeports Southampton UK and Dubai UAE) were cancelled.

P and O cruise itinerary changes

PO AU's vessels are all UK-flagged. However, all ships are registered in Bermuda (Hamilton) to allow shipboard weddings (at sea). These ceremonies are conducted by the Captains and are pretty popular.

Our P&O cruise schedules include the ships of both brands (Australia and UK).

Ship NameHomeportsItineraries Changes

Arcadia

Southampton

  • World cruise from Southampton
  • roundtrip Transatlantic from the UK to the Caribbean
  • mini cruises from the UK
  • The UK to Iceland
  • Baltic Capitals (Russia and Scandinavia)
  • Norwegian Fjords
  • Arctic Norway
  • Western Mediterranean
  • Adriatic Sea
  • Eastern Med (Holy Land)

(2022) 55-night Grand Tour in Central America, Caribbean and Brazil's Amazon.

Aurora

Southampton

  • mini cruises
  • Norway Fjords
  • Scandinavia Russia
  • Iceland and Norway
  • Baltic (Belgium, Holland, Norway)
  • Adriatic Sea
  • Western Europe (Atlantic Coastal), Morocco
  • The Canary Islands.
  • Transatlantic UK to Canada.
  • Transatlantic UK to the Caribbean

(winter 2022) a world voyage for the first time since 2017, featuring a western circumnavigation in 99 nights

(summer 2022) Arctic Circle voyage including an overnight in Reykjavik and North Cape scenic cruising.

Arvia

Bridgetown Barbados

St Johns Antigua

The newest P&O UK liner is currently under construction (at Meyer Werft's Papenburg Shipyard) and scheduled for inauguration in December 2022.

Arvia ship's inaugural cruise season is in the Caribbean, with P&O fly-cruise deals from the UK (UK-Barbados-UK flights included in the fares) and roundtrips from homeports Bridgetown Barbados and St Johns Antigua.

Two different 7-day Caribbean itineraries are scheduled for the period January-March 2023 and can be combined into 14-day long B2Bs (back-to-back cruises). The Eastern-Southern Caribbean itineraries visit as call ports La Romana Dominicana (maiden for P&O UK port), Willemstad Curacao, Fort-de-France Martinique, Basseterre St Kitts, Castries St Lucia, Philipsburg St Maarten. The 14-day B2Bs include an overnight in Bridgetown (homeport).

Azura

Bridgetown Barbados

Southampton

  • Transatlantic repositioning (UK to Barbados and Barbados to the UK)
  • Caribbean roundtrips from Barbados
  • to Curacao, Aruba, St Vincent, Grenada, St Maarten, BVI Tortola, Guadeloupe, St Lucia
  • to Grenada, St Lucia, Dominica, St Kitts, St Maarten, Tortola, Curacao, Bonaire
Southampton itineraries:
  • Canary Islands
  • Western Mediterranean with French Riviera
  • Adriatic Sea
  • Norwegian Fjords
  • mini cruises

(2021 summer) new Mediterranean season

(2022 summer) fly-cruises from Malta including Trieste, for visits to Venice, as well as Kusadasi for visits to the ruins of Ephesus. The vessel also sails to Taranto, Southern Italy – the first time the cruise company has taken passengers to the historic city.

Britannia

Bridgetown Barbados

Castries St Lucia

Southampton

  • Mediterranean
  • Norway Fjords
  • Baltic Sea
  • British Isles
  • Canary Islands
  • Caribbean (from Barbados)
P&O UK operates MV Britannia with roundtrips out of St Lucia as part of the company's UK to Caribbean fly-cruise program.
  • 7d Caribbean (from St.Lucia to Barbados, visiting Dominica, Antigua, St. Maarten)
  • 14d Caribbean (from St.Lucia to St. Vincent, adding Curacao, Aruba, and Grenada).

(2021-2022) In April 2021, P&O Britannia offers 4 itineraries (Northern European City Escape, Southern Cruise Break, Short Break, Spain and Portugal). The summer 2021 season in in Western Mediterranean (May-October), prior to the Caribbean season (winter 2021-2022).

(summer 2022) The Mediterranean with destinations including La Spezia plus overnights in Barcelona. Britannia also offers Baltic holidays including 2-day calls to Saint Petersburg while also visiting Tallinn and Helsinki.

Iona

Southampton

new ship for P&O UK (enters service in April 2021)

P&O Cruises newbuild Iona sails from Southampton UK to mainland Spain, Portugal, the Canaries and cities in northern Europe during her first winter season.

A series of ‘day into night’ calls enable guests to take in nightlife owing to late departures from destinations like Barcelona, Valencia, Fuerteventura, Tenerife.

Overnight stays are planned for Lisbon, Barcelona, Rotterdam, and Cadiz as part of the range of 7 and 14-night voyages.

The inaugural season includes only no-fly cruise itineraries roundtrip from the UK. 

Iona's itinerary program is also based on 7-day roundtrip Norwegian Fjords cruises from Southampton, visiting in Norway ports Olden, Bergen, Hellesylt, Geiranger, Stavanger, Alesund.

P&O's Norway Fjords cruise excursions include sea kayaking, river rafting, zip-lining, fishing (crayfish), high-speed boat tours (RIB), helicopter and plane tours.

(summer 2021) P&O Iona cruises on 7-night Norwegian Fjords itineraries (April through September) visiting Olden, Stavanger, Geiranger, Haugesund.

(winter 2021-2022) Iona offers a 16-night "Portugal, Spain and Canary Islands" cruise over Christmas-New Year.

(summer 2022) 7-night Norwegian fjords sailings round-trip from Southampton UK with ports of call including Olden, Alesund, Haugesund, and Stavanger. Scenic cruising and calls at the UNESCO World Heritage site Geiranger.

Oriana (Piano Land)

sold

IMPORTANT: Oriana left P&O in August 2019. The ship was sold to the Chinese company Well Star Travel Cruise (brand of CTS-China Travel Services). The Chinese company operates short-breaks from Chinese homeports to ports in Japan and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Indonesia).

Ventura

Bridgetown Barbados

Southampton

Caribbean from Bridgetown to 

  • St Vincent, Dominica, St Lucia, Antigua, St Kitts, Grand Turk, Tortola, St Maarten
  • Grenada, St Lucia, Dominica, St Kitts, St Maarten, Tortola, Curacao, Bonaire.

(summer 2021) replaces Azura on Baltic and Western Mediterranean cruises between May-October.

(summer 2022) Spain, Portugal and the Canaries featuring visits to Lisbon and Bilbao.

Pacific Explorer (ex Dawn Princess)

Sydney NSW Australia

Brisbane QLD Australia

The ship is homeported in Brisbane for roundtrip itineraries 7-day "Pacific Island Hopper", 7-day "Melbourne Cup"-themed cruise. In Brisbane, Pacific Explorer replaces Pacific Dawn (homeported there between December 2009 - October 2020).

Pacific Adventure (ex Golden Princess)

Sydney NSW

IMPORTANT: In 2020, Golden Princess was transferred to P&O Australia and renamed "Pacific Adventure" after a scheduled refurbishment.

  • Pacific Adventure's inaugural itinerary program through spring 2021 features longer voyages (13-nights plus) with total of 132 departures (including 57x Short Breaks of 2-3-4-days) departing from homeports Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney NSW.
  • The ship had to start her inaugural cruise on October 12, 2020, with an 18-day "Southeast Asia and Australia" repositioning from Singapore to Sydney NSW. The maiden voyage visits ports in Malaysia (Penang, Langkawi) and Australia (Cairns, Darwin, Airlie Beach, Brisbane, Sydney).
  • From Sydney are offered cruises to New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, South Pacific Islands (also Fiji). Itineraries are themed "New Guinea Island Encounter" (11-night), "Kiwi Adventure" (13-night) and "Fiji Explorer" (14-night). Short-breaks include 3-night "comedy", 4-night Moreton Island. 6-night (Melbourne Cup, Oct 31).

Pacific Encounter (ex Star Princess)

Brisbane QLD Australia

IMPORTANT: In 2021, Star Princess will be transferred to P&O Australia's fleet and renamed Pacific Encounter after a scheduled refurbishment. The ship starts operations for P&O in November 2021.

Pacific Dawn (Satoshi)

sold in 2020 / left the fleet / to be scrapped

IMPORTANT:  On October 1, 2020, Pacific Dawn left P&O Australia's fleet. The ship's last cruise for P&O was scheduled for February 8, 2021 (departing from Melbourne to Singapore via Brisbane). Pacific Dawn was initially sold to CMV (bankrupted in 2020) and to be renamed "Amy Johnson". In 2021, P&O Australia's fleet also left Pacific Aria.

Pacific Dawn's new shipowner is Ocean Builders.

Pacific Aria (Aegean Goddess)

sold in 2020 / left the fleet

IMPORTANT: In mid-October 2020, Pacific Aria was sold and left P&O Australia. All planned for 2020-2021 voyages were cancelled. Initially, the ship was to be purchased by CMV and renamed "Ida Pfeiffer". In 2020 was sold to Seajets Ferries Greece and renamed "Aegean Goddess".

Pacific Aria's new shipowner is Seajets Ferries Greece.

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