Pacific Adventure deck 6 plan (Cabins-Dining2-Shops2)

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Adventure deck 6 (Cabins-Dining2-Shops2)

The fore-located Marquee Theatre (lower level 1 of 2) is the ship’s main show lounge presenting in the evenings large scale music, and show productions. During the day, here are hosted trivia games, bingo sessions, game shows, culinary demonstrations, various workshops, seminars, kids' talent shows, and The Edge activities. The main theatre has 2 nightly sessions. The venue has a bar, and a massive LCD screen, adding a lot of high-tech spirit to the stage design.

Luke's Bar & Grill (Luke Mangan Restaurant/fka Salt Grill) is a fast food bar by celebrity chef Luke Mangan (open between 11 am - 11 pm) for burgers, hotdogs, chicken wings, kebabs, fries, prawns. Food is complimentary, drinks cost extra. This outdoor eatery replaces the Salt Grill, found onboard the rest of the P&O fleet. Food is not free, but the prices are reasonable and burgers are from US$5, a hot dog with kimchi, wasabi mustard and cheese is US$4, BBQ soy-glazed chicken wings with fries and pickles is US$4, a large plate of fries is US$3. The popular Salt Grill breakfast burger features Cajun-spiced pork pattie, egg, cheese, bacon, pickle, kimchi aioli, and lettuce. Vegetarians can order buffalo mushroom and mozzarella burger with onion jam, lettuce, tomato, and raita. Wine and beer are also offered. Luke’s Bar also functions as a specialty restaurant for lunch and dinner. Luke’s Restaurant offers signature Luke Mangan dishes, like Kingfish Sashimi and liquorice parfait, Barramundi for two, Kitchen beef slider. The daily burger menu includes dishes like Spiced Sydney sirloin and Cajun-spiced ocean trout (plus takeaway option).

The Atrium (mid-level 2 of 3) houses the Reception/Guest Services Desk (24-hour passenger services and assistance - information, purser, booking, reservations), and two Tax and Duty-Free Shops (part of P&O Retail/shopping complex, mid-level 2 of 3).

Angelo's Restaurant (midship/forward Dining Room) boasts white tablecloths and attentive service. Multiple courses of complimentary Italian cuisine are offered in a fine-dining setting (guests just pay for their drinks). Some menu examples include slow-cooked pork neck, veal shank ragout, fontina, and pumpkin arancini balls, osso bucco, seafood cacciucco, pan-fried gnocchi and sweets like crispy cannoli. Bookings for dinner can be made at the reception desk.

The aft-located Asian Dragon Lady Restaurant features an origami-folded menu and non-alcoholic welcome shooters. Dishes are designed to be shared banquet-style, such as Indian spiced duck samosas, Vietnamese rice paper rolls, Chinese dumplings, Japanese ­­tempura crusted sushi, barramundi green curry, honey prawns, chicken satay sticks. Desserts include mango and coconut sticky rice, a jar of apple caramel milkshake, salted dark chocolate cake with sesame ice cream. Dinner bookings are made at the reception desk outside the Dragon Lady.

Cruise cabins from 6301 to 6315, all of which are 5-berth Family Suites category S5 (starboard location).