CMV Vasco da Gama deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
CMV Vasco da Gama deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Cruise and Maritime Voyages deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the CMV Vasco da Gama cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on CMV Vasco da Gama staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
MS Vasco da Gama (built 1993 as Statendam, acquired in 2015 November, last refurbished in 2017) in 2015-2019 was named "Pacific Eden". The liner was one of the three PandO Australia ships – together with the sisterships Pacific Aria (former MS Ryndam) and Pacific Explorer (former Dawn Princess). Pacific Eden cruise ship was launched and operated as ms Statendam (1993-2015) as part of Holland America Line fleet. In May 2014, Carnival Corporation (owner of both brands HAL and P&O) announced that Statendam will be transferred in 2015 to P&O Australia. On March 7, 2018, the UK company Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) announced the purchase of Pacific Eden. The refurbished in Singapore vessel joins CMV fleet in April 2019, being renamed "MS Vasco da Gama".
CMV Vasco da Gama cruise ship deck plan has a total of 630 staterooms for 1260 passengers (max capacity is 1512 guests), served by 560 crew/staff, 9 passenger decks, 15 food and drink venues (restaurants, lounges, bars), 2 swimming pools (one covered with sliding glass roof, one for adults), 2 jacuzzies, 8 elevators. The interior design (transforming ms Ryndam into Pacific Eden) was done by the “Tillberg Design” company (Sweden).
Note: On CMV Vasco da Gama, self-service launderettes (passenger use laundry/ironing facilities) are located on decks: 5 and 9. Laundry services on board are not complimentary /included in the fares. Smoking on the ship is permitted only at designated outdoor public areas.
Pacific Eden 2017 refurbishment review
During the ship's 12-day drydock refurbishment (July 22 - August 9) done in Singapore, were made numerous general maintenance works, as well as renovations to the Conference Rooms (deck 7), Theater (Marquee Show Lounge on 2 levels, decks 7-8), The Dome Bar (deck 12), Kids Zone (deck 12), Photo Gallery (deck 7), Spa and Gym facilities (deck 11). All crew cabin bathrooms were also renovated.
- The 2-story Marquee Lounge wes re-decorated and its color scheme was changed (to the new black-white-emerald green). Also custom-made wallpaper and artworks were added.
- The Dome Lounge was updated with a new nautical theme (dark navy blue and white hues), drapes were changed and soft lighting was installed.
- Mini Suites and some veranda cabins received new carpets and balcony furniture.
- The ship's cinema, wellness centre (spa and gym) and kids and teen clubs (HQ and HQ+) were also renovated.
- Most public areas were updated with new carpeting (a total of 11,000 m2 / 118,400 ft2 of new carpets).
- The cruise ship also received the new P&O Australia trademarked hull livery (Southern Cross-themed).
The "Statendam to Eden" cruise ship transformation was done by the Swedish company "Tillberg Design" during a scheduled drydock refurbishment in Sydney NSW. Unique features of the new ship are the 3 dining rooms with different cuisine choices (Italian, Asian and the traditional for P&O Australia "Waterfront Restaurant"), boutique winery with premium Australian wines, indoor cinema, cookery school, new Salt Grill Bar (for Luke Mangan cocktails), large indoor-outdoor seating buffet restaurant, large main pool area (covered with sliding roof) and the new P&OEdge facility (active sport activities program).
CMV Vasco da Gama deck plans are property of Cruise and Maritime Voyages. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.