P&O Cruises Boasts Longest-Ever Itinerary from Adelaide

   February 13, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

P&O Cruises kicked off South Australia cruise season with line's longest itinerary out of Adelaide to date – an 8-night roundtrip cruise to Tasmania onboard Pacific Eden.

The new ‘Taste of Tasmania’ trip has twice the number of nights of company’s previous Adelaide voyages and visits to Hobart, Port Arthur and Melbourne, with scenic pass through Wineglass & Great Oyster Bay.

Pacific Eden cruise ship

The latest season of P&O also includes 3-night comedy and food & wine-themed cruises along with popular short SeaBreaks to Melbourne and Port Lincoln.

Passengers can choose from 56 shore trips such as sampling some of the finest oysters in the world at Coffin Bay and exploring the first lighthouse in South Australia at Cape Willoughby Conservation Park.

Port Adelaide (South Australia) cruise port

Photo: Port Adelaide SA

During 2018 season, P&O Cruises will undertake 5 cruises from Adelaide, carrying about 7,000 holidaymakers and injecting US$5 million into local economy.

The 55,820 GT Pacific Eden made her maiden 2018 cruiseon February 9, departing on a 3-night comedy cruise.

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